Hiroshi Abe (Actor)
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Hiroshi Abe (born June 22, 1964) is a Japanese model and actor. He began his career as a model, but he successfully made the transition to acting, becoming one of the most regularly visible presences in Japanese media. He is a 1988 graduate of Chuo University. In 1988, during his last year of college, he made his first foray into acting with the movie Haikara-san Ga Touru. In 2009, he won the award for Best Actor in the 63rd Mainichi Film Award for his performances in Still Walking and Aoitori. His first Japanese television drama was "Let's have Romance" (Koi wo simash Yumin wo kikinagara) (1988. As of 2003, he has starred or co-starred in an astonishing 84 shows, appearing in at least one per three-month cycle since 1996.