Hiroki Hasegawa is a Actor Japonais born on 7 march 1977 at Tokyo (Japon)
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Nationality JaponBirth 7 march 1977
(43 years) at Tokyo (Japon
Hiroki Hasegawa (長谷川博己, Hasegawa Hiroki), nicknamed Hasehiro-sama (ハセヒロ様), (born March 7, 1977 in Tokyo) is a Japanese stage, film, and television actor. He is a versatile actor, who can play a romantic heartthrob (Second Virgin), a disillusioned young man full of ennui who awakens to the meaning of life through his medical practices in a depopulated island (Kumo no Kaidan), and a tragic samurai whose integrity and sincerity work against him (Yae no Sakura). Trained as a stage actor at the Bungaku-za after graduating from Chuo University, he first began to appear on Japanese TV in small roles in 2008, and then in films in 2011. His most recent film performance can be seen in Sion Sono’s Why Don’t You Play in Hell? as the young, passionate, and slightly deranged film-director wannabe, Don Hirata. The film won the People’s Choice Midnight Madness Award at the Toronto International Film Festival 2013.