Nao Omori (Actor)

Nao Omori

Nao Omori is a Japanese actor from Tokyo.

Native name
大森南朋 (ŌMORI Nao)
February 19, 1972 (age 42)
5' 10" (178 cm)
Apache Inc.
Yuriko Ono (married 2012)

Filmography as actor

Latest news

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    Nao Omori stars in live-action "Sutegataki Hitobito" (Disregarded People)

    Today it was officially announced that Nao Omori is starring in a live-action adaptation of George Akiyama’s manga Sutegataki Hitobito (English title: Disregarded People). It was also revealed that...

    7 months ago
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    New trailer released for Hitoshi Matsumoto’s latest movie, R100

    A new, longer trailer has been released for comedian Hitoshi Matsumoto’s fourth film as a director, R100, expanding on the relatively mysterious teaser that was released along with the project’s...

    9 months ago
  • The cast of R100

    Hitoshi Matsumoto reveals his fourth feature film: R100

    On Monday, comedian, television personality, and filmmaker Hitoshi Matsumoto held a press event at a Tokyo hotel to reveal production of his next film, R100.Matsumoto was joined on stage by the...

    12 months ago
  • Sayonara Keikoku cast

    Supporting cast and release date revealed for Tatsushi Omori’s “Sayonara Keikoku”

    Today more cast information was revealed for Tatsushi Omori’s Sayonara Keikoku (The Ravine of Goodbye).Yoko Maki, who will get her first starring film role in 7 years, will be joined by Anne...

    1 year ago
  • Nao Omori and Asami Usuda

    Asami Usuda and Nao Omori to star in Yosuke Okuda’s “Tokyo Playboy Club”

    24-year-old Yosuke Okuda is set to make his commercial film debut with Tokyo Playboy Club, starring Asami Usuda and Nao Omori.Okuda won the Grand Prix of last year’s Yubari International Fantastic...

    3 years ago
  • Maki Horikita on the set of Always: Sunset on Third Street 3

    Nao Omori and Mirai Moriyama join cast of third ALWAYS film

    Today it was announced that Mirai Moriyama (26) and Nao Omori (39) have been added to the cast of the third installment of the blockbuster Always film series, Always: Sunset on Third Street...

    3 years ago
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    Sequel to “All About My Dog” in the works

    A sequel has been announced for “All About My Dog” (Inu no Eiga), a 2005 compilation of short films about people’s relationships with dogs. It was first released in mini theaters and grew to...

    4 years ago
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    Miki Nakatani and Nao Omori to star in movie adaptation of Kaori Ekuni’s “Sweet Little Lies”

    Hitoshi Yazaki (Strawberry Shortcakes) is set to direct Nao Omori and Miki Nakatani in a movie adaptation of Kaori Ekuni’s 2004 novel, Sweet Little Lies.In the movie, Nakatani will play a teddy...

    5 years ago
  • Fish Story Japanese movie poster

    Review: Fish Story

    When one first hears the plot summary of Yoshihiro Nakamura’s Fish Story, which basically boils down to a certain song by a failed mid-70s punk rock band eventually saving the human race from...

    5 years ago
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    Behind the scenes preview for “The Laughing Policeman”

    A new behind the scenes preview clip was added to the official website for Haruki Kadokawa’s “The Laughing Policeman” (Warau Keikan) earlier today; you’ll find it embedded below. The film is...

    5 years ago
  • hagetaka cast

    Financial drama “Hagetaka” coming to the big screen

    Japanese TV dramas don’t get that much (okay, any) attention in the western mainstream market, especially TV dramas about the cutthroat world of corporate acquisitions. Typically, offerings like...

    5 years ago
  • Ichi 1: Origin Japanese movie poster

    Review: Ichi 1: Origin

    For being a prequel to such a popular movie like Ichi the Killer, it’s kind of surprising how far Ichi 1: Origin flew under the radar. It could be the lack of Takashi Miike’s involvement in the...

    8 years ago
  • Vibrator Japanese movie poster

    Review: Vibrator

    I’m glad I never happened to read any synopses of Vibrator beforehand and based my decision to watch it solely on the fact that it was sitting on my shelf for 6 months. Had I known this was a movie...

    8 years ago
  • Ichi the Killer Japanese movie poster

    Review: Ichi the Killer

    Chances are if you’re a fan of the “new wave” of Japanese cinema you’ve at least heard of Ichi the Killer. Riding on the heels of the relative successes of Ring and Audition in the west,...

    8 years ago
  • Rampo Noir Japanese movie poster

    Review: Rampo Noir

    Rampo Noir is compilation of four short films by four up-and-coming Japanese directors. Each of the segments are adaptations of stories written in the early twentieth century by Taro Hirai—better...

    8 years ago


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Last Updated Feb 13, 2014 at 19:01:29 EST