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Shin Nagahama est un Acteur né le 6 septembre 1985

Shin Nagahama

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Naissance 6 septembre 1985 (37 ans)

Shin Nagahama (長濱 慎, Nagahama Shin, born September 6, 1985, in Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese actor and model who is affiliated with Oscar Promotion. He played the role of Akira Nijino (ToQ 6gou) in the 2014 Super Sentai TV series Ressha Sentai ToQger.

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Nagahama was originally affiliated with Beside, which belonged to the office Jinggis, he worked as a model and tarento. In October 2011, he made regular appearances in the television drama Watashi no Host-chan 〜shi chi nin no host〜. In February 2013, Nagahama won the First Kai-bi Businessman & Businesswoman Contest Grand Prix, which belonged to Oscar Promotion. His special skills were street dancing and basketball, and his hobbies were surfing and golf

Le plus souvent avec

Jin Hiramaki
Jin Hiramaki
(2 films)
Riria Kojima
Riria Kojima
(2 films)
Ai Moritaka
Ai Moritaka
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Shin Nagahama (2 films)

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Ressha Sentai ToQger the Movie: Galaxy Line S.O.S., 29minutes
Thèmes Sport, Arts martiaux, Super-héros
Acteurs Jin Hiramaki, Ai Moritaka, Riria Kojima, Ryusei Yokohama, Shin Nagahama

The Galaxy Line is about to return to Earth after 25 years running in space when it is attacked by a Cryner piloted by Count Nair. Lady, the Galaxy Line conductor, falls on Earth only with the Lion Ressha, while the other Safari Ressha that compose the Galaxy Line go missing, but she is rescued by the ToQgers. While Count Nair pays a visit to Emperor Z at the Castle Terminal, Right makes a plan to impulse the Lion Ressha back into space by using a local tower as part of a bridge, but Lady points out that there is not enough Imagination on Earth to power it up, claiming that with the decline of space exploration, people stopped aiming at the stars like they used to 50 years ago when the Galaxy Line was established.