Kazuya Kojima

Kazuya Kojima (児嶋 一哉, Kojima Kazuya, born 16 July 1972, in Hachiōji, Tokyo)[2] is a Japanese comedian and actor. He performs boke (he can also perform Kire Gei or tsukkomi) in the comedy duo Unjash with his partner Ken Watabe[2]. He is represented by Production Jinrikisha.

Kazuya Kojima
児嶋 一哉
Born (1972-07-16) 16 July 1972 (age 47)
Other names
  • Koji (コジ)
  • Koji no Ran (コジの乱)
Education
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Hino High School
  • School JCA
Occupation
  • Comedian
  • actor
Years active1993–
AgentProduction Jinrikisha
Style
  • Conte (boke)
  • Kire Gei
Height177 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Television
  • Variety
    • Chō Ponkatsu Summers
    • Kore tte Aridesu ka?
    • Shirushirumishiru-san Day
    • Lincoln
    • AKB48 Conte "Nani mo soko made..."
    • Girls TV! feat Super Girls
    • Kore Kangaeta Hito, Tensai ja ne!? –Ima sugu Yakudatsu Seikatsu no Chie, Atsumemashita– Drama Furītā, Ka o Kau.
  • Drama
Partner(s)Ken Watabe[1]

Kojima's most well known gag is the mispronunciation or mistake of his last name "Kojima", as he is frequently called other names on purpose such as "Ooshima" for comedic effects. He would then loudly respond to the mistake with "I'm Kojima!" as a part of the gag[3].

DiscographyEdit

SinglesEdit

Year Title Notes Ref.
2016 "Narou yo" Duet with Misako Uno (AAA) [4]

FilmographyEdit

VarietyEdit

Current appearances

Year Title Network Notes
2014 Chō Ponkatsu Summers TV Tokyo Regular

One-off/irregular appearances

Year Title Network Notes
Ameagari Ketsushitai no Talk bangumi Ame-talk! TV Asahi
London Hearts
2007 Uchimura Summers Tokyo MX Irregular appearances
2011 Ogi Yahagi Ogi no Natsuhachi Tō! 80's no Aishi-kata Family Gekijo
2012 run for money Tōsō-chū Fuji TV
battle for money Sentō-chū
2016 VS Arashi Appeared fourteen times, but Yūki Himura boasted the sequence in his second appearance

Former appearances

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2009 The! Sekai Gyōten News NTV As Osugi of Osugi to Peeco (Peeco was played by Take 2 Fukasawa)
2011 Kore tte Aridesu ka? Subordinate
2012 Goddotan TV Tokyo
SMAP×SMAP Fuji TV
Honoo-no Taiiku-kai TV TBS
Nogizakatte, doko? TV Tokyo
Quiz! Ichigan TBS
Tokyo Hit Girl NTV
Sekai itte mitara Honto wa konna Tokodatta!? Fuji TV
Non Stop! Quasi-regular
Strike TV TV Asahi
Banana Honō Tokyo MX
Daisuke Miyagawa to Junichi Kawamoto no suberanai Hanashi Fuji TV [a]
Shirushirumishiru-san Day TV Asahi "Zenkoku Nippon 1 Shisatsu"
Sunday Japon TBS
Numer0n Fuji TV
Daisuke Miyagawa to Koyabu Chitoyo no suberanai Hanashi
Lincoln TBS
2013 Bakushō sokkuri monomane Kōhaku Uta Gassen Special Fuji TV Appeared with Anti-age Tokuizumi as Kojima
SKE48 no Magical Radio NTV
Girls TV! feat Super Girls NKT MC [5]
2014 AKB48 Conte "Nani mo soko made..." Hikari TV
Shumi Baka Sun TV
Sando no bonyarinu TV TBC
2015 Kore Kangaeta Hito, Tensai ja ne!? –Ima sugu Yakudatsu Seikatsu no Chie, Atsumemashita– Drama Furītā, Ka o Kau. TV Tokyo MC
2016 Buckingcam Kyūden SDT [6]

TV dramasEdit

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2010 Ryōmaden Kondō Renpei NHK Episode 1
Midorikawa Keibu Series Takayuki Hisamoto TBS
Freeter, Ie wo Kau Masahiko Kitayama Fuji TV
2011 Akai Yubi "Shinsanmono" Kyoichiro Kaga Futatabi! Sato TBS
Marumo no Okite Ryoichi Chiba Fuji TV Episodes 2, 7, 9
Umareru. Tamaki TBS Episodes 6 to Final Episode
Karyū no Utage Tatsuhiko Mizutani NHK
2012 Dirty Mama! Seiichi Miyake NTV Episodes 1 and 2
Meitantei Conan Drama Special Shinichi Kudo: Kyoto Shinsengumi Satsujin Jiken Noboru Saginuma YTV
Umechan Sensei Police officer NHK Episode 27
Hana no Zubora-Meshi Hayai MBS
Tōkyō Zenryoku Shōjo Hotel Front NTV Episode 4
Kuroi Jū-ri no Hitomi Kuroki 2 NHK BS Premium
2013 Kyūmei Byōtō 24-ji Dai 5 Series Naotoshi Ando Fuji TV
Special Drama: Chibi Maruko-chan Hiroshi Sakura
2014 Roosevelt Game Taichi Toyoka TBS
Tokkō Jimuin Minowa Sawada YTV Episode 1
Hanasaki Mai ga Damattenai: Dai 2 Series Kenji Tsujimoto NTV
2015 Hatsumori Bemars Kojima-sensei TV Tokyo Episodes 1, 8, 9, 11, 12
5-Ri no Junko Kota Fukudome WOWOW
2016 Funassyi Tantei Heisuke Hiratsuka Fuji TV [7]
Rinshō Hanzai Gakusha: Hideo Himura no Suiri Homare Kido NTV Episode 3
Conte Rail: Tsumi to Koi Nakata NHK Episode 6
Juken no Cinderella Koichi Usami NHK BS Premium
Yassan: Tsukiji-hatsu! Oishī Jiken-bo Shoku saijin TV Tokyo Episode 2
Sanada Maru Muroga Kyūdayū NHK Episode 49 [8]
2019 - 2020 Kamen Rider Zero-One Jun Fukuzoe TV Asahi Main Role

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Tokyo Sonata Kobayashi-sensei
2009 Kuhio Taisa Koichi Takahashi
2011 Guilty of Romance Shoji
Me o Tojite Giragira Odashima [b]
2013 Eiga: Nazotoki wa Dinner no ato de Palladium Iswaran
2014 Bannō Kantei-shi Q: Mona Lisa no Hitomi Yuzen Kyan
2015 Tobenai Kotori to Merry Go Round Masao Haneda
Hero Shigeyuki Yaguchi
2016 Ushijima the Loan Shark Part 3
Night's Tightrope Kazuki Ogura
2017 Before We Vanish Detective Kurumada

Animated filmsEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2016 Storks Todi Japanese dub [9]

Internet dramaEdit

Year Title Role Website Ref.
2011 Me o Tojite Giragira Odashima Bee TV
2012 Re: Dream [10]

RadioEdit

Year Title Network
2008 Platon J-Wave
Bananaman no Banana Moon TBS Radio
2010 Untouchable no Chicago Mango
2012 Hiroiki Ariyoshi no Sunday Night Dreamer JFN

InternetEdit

Year Title Website
2012 Unjash Kojima no Konya wa Iji-ranaide!! Niconico

AdvertisementsEdit

Year Title
2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Flet's Hikari
2013 Toyota Ractis
Recruit Zexy

Music videosEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Gummy "Shinji teru..." Takeshi [c]
Misia "Shiawase o Forever" Mori

LiveEdit

Year Title
2008 Unjash Kazuya Kojima Solo Conte Live Vol. 1 Tampin

ReferencesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Slipping story (Lincoln planning) who also had a leading experience (even with Yūki Himura and Tetsurō Degawa).
  2. ^ Limited release in Human Trust Cinema Shibuya from 22 October to 11 November 2011.
  3. ^ Recording work from the album Fate(s).

SourcesEdit

  1. ^ "TVでた蔵「2014年2月16日放送 9:55 - 10:55 日本テレビ 誰だって波瀾爆笑」" (in Japanese). Wire Action. 16 Feb 2014. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Unjash Official Profile". Production Jinrikisha (in Japanese). Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  3. ^ "アンジャッシュ児嶋『HERO』であの人の結婚相手に!?". MovieWalker. 2015-07-16. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  4. ^ "アンジャッシュ児嶋&AAA宇野が恋に落ちるMV、結末を決めるのは視聴者". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 8 Mar 2016. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.
  5. ^ "スパガ、アンジャッシュ児嶋に抱腹絶倒! 新レギュラー番組の初回収録が終了". MyNavi News (in Japanese). 5 Mar 2013. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.
  6. ^ "アンジャ児嶋&菊地亜美の新ローカル番組始動、テーマはディープな裏情報". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 22 Sep 2016. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.
  7. ^ "アンジャッシュ児嶋、刑事役でふなっしー探偵の相棒務める「コレやばいな」". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 10 Dec 2015. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.
  8. ^ "アンジャ児嶋「真田丸」で室賀の息子役!初共演・大泉洋と同じ悩み". Sponichi Annex (in Japanese). Sports Nippon. 9 Sep 2016. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.
  9. ^ "アンジャッシュ児嶋がアニメでも名前間違えられる、コンビで映画声優". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 2 Sep 2016. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.
  10. ^ "Acid Black Cherry「イエス」を元にした染谷将太主演ドラマ". Music Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 18 Apr 2012. Retrieved 8 Jan 2017.

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