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Hiromi Gô

Hiromi Gô was born on October 18, 1955 in Fukuoka, Japan as Hiromi Haratake. He is an actor, known for Yari no Gonza (1986), Saraba natsuno hikariyo (1976) and Totsuzen arashi no youni (1977). He has been married to Rina Tokutake since March 31, 2012. He was previously married to Nami and Yurie Nitani. See full bio »

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Known For

Yari no Gonza
Yari no Gonza Gonza Sasano
Saraba natsuno hikariyo
Saraba natsuno hikariyo Hiroshi Nanjo
Totsuzen arashi no youni
Seijo densetsu
Seijo densetsu Toshio Hayase


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 2015 Ten'nô no Ryôriban (TV Mini-Series)
Japanese Ambassador to France Shin'ichiro Awano
- Episode #1.12 (2015)
- Episode #1.11 (2015)
- Episode #1.10 (2015)
- Episode #1.9 (2015)
- Episode #1.8 (2015)
 1994 Samurai Cowboy
Yutaka Sato
 1989 Maihime
Oota Toyotaro
 1987 Saraba itoshiki hito yo
Shuji Hayasaka
 1986 Comic Magazine
 1986 Yari no Gonza
Gonza Sasano
 1985 Seijo densetsu
Toshio Hayase
 1984 Setouchi shonen yakyu dan
Masao Nakai
 1982 Wagahai wa neko de aru (TV Movie)
Mori (voice)
 1982 Tôge no gunzô (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1982)
 1979 Zatôichi monogatari (TV Series)
 1978 Mû ichizoku (TV Series)
Takuro uzaki
 1977 Tobe! Songokû (TV Series)
 1977 Totsuzen arashi no youni
Hideo Ishida
 1976 Saraba natsuno hikariyo
Hiroshi Nanjo
 1971 Keiji kun (TV Series)
Show Show Self (21 credits)

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Alternate Names:

Hiromi 'Go' Haratake


5' 10" (1.78 m)

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A popular pop idol in Japan for 20 years, he sang the hit Japanese version of Ricky Martin's "La Vida Loca" in 1999.

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