Katsuhisa Namase (Actor)
Katsuhisa Namase is a Japanese actor from Hyogo Prefecture.
- Native name
- 生瀬勝久 (NAMASE Katsuhisa)
- Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture
- October 16, 1960 (age 55)
- 5' 10" (178 cm)
- Blood type
- Yoko Horimoto (model)
- cube inc.
- Namase's mother is Etsuko Namase, former Nishinomiya Diet representative and member of the Social Democratic Party.
Filmography as actor
A new 90-second trailer has been released for Kazunari Hoshino's Team Batista FINAL - Kerberos no Shozo, Toho's third film based on Takeru Kaido's series of medical mystery novels...2 years ago
The official website for the third Team Batista film, Team Batista FINAL - Kerberos no Shozo, has been updated with a new 30-second teaser trailer.3 years ago
On Wednesday it was announced that the Team Batista medical drama and film franchise based on the novels of Takeru Kaido will conclude with a movie titled Team Batista FINAL - Kerberos no...3 years ago
On Wednesday it was announced that director Yukihiko Tsutsumi is making a fourth and final “Trick” movie starring Yukie Nakama and Hiroshi Abe. The film is titled Trick the Movie: Last Stage...3 years ago
On Monday it was announced that Sho Sakurai and Keiko Kitagawa will be starring in a movie version of Fuji TV’s Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de (The After-Dinner Mysteries), a 10-episode TV drama...4 years ago
On Tuesday, further cast members were announced for the upcoming Strawberry Night movie, including Takao Osawa and Tomokazu Miura as brand new characters.It was previously known that Yuko Takeuchi...4 years ago
Koki Mitani’s already-big upcoming comedy Once in a Blue Moon (Suteki na Kanashibari) just got a little bigger.It was previously announced that the film would star Eri Fukatsu as a third-rate...5 years ago
Teppei Koike and Katsuhisa Namase are set to star in a film adaptation of the NHK comedy show Salaryman NEO. The NHK series, which depicts a loose office atmosphere, has been a surprise hit with...5 years ago
Growing up in the 80s, there were a few Americanized imports of Japanese cartoons that captured my imagination as a kid; Voltron (1984-1985), Robotech (1985), G-Force: Guardians of Space (1986), and...7 years ago