Museum: 20 FACTS about Shun Oguri
Shun Oguri gave a great performance in Museum as Detective Hisashi Sawamura; a cool and dedicated detective but it also made him as a bad father figure as he would miss his son's birthdays because of work. The character is built deeper throughout the film with the background history of Sawamura's past that actually made him as a complicated man. He will face the Frogman alone, between life or death, and the choice will be on his hands.
Here are 20 facts about Shun Oguri:
Born in Tokyo, 26 December 1982
Shun’s parents picked the name “Oguri Shun” after a fortuneteller predicted a lifetime of good fortune for the child if the parents chose that name
Ryo Oguri, Shun’s brother is also an actor
Shun started his acting in a children’s theater at the age of 11
“Hachidai Shogun Yoshimune” is an NHK drama where he made his TV debut
He became famous in 1998 through his performance in a drama “GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka”
He stopped his acting career for one year to concentrate on high school and playing baseball
His extraordinary performance in “Summer Snow” as a deaf person made him acknowledged in the industry
He started starring in a movie at age 20.
Shun received stardom through the very famous drama “Boys Over Flowers”
Shun received 2008 Elan D’or Award as “Rookie of the Year”
He starred as Kudo Shinichi in Detective Conan TV live action
Crow Zero named as one of the most successful and memorable Shun Oguri’s role
He also took part as a voice cast in Doraemon: Nobita and the Island of Miracle- Animal Adventure in 2012
Shun made his debut as a director in “Surely Someday”
His blood type is O
Only being a voice actor in TV and movie animation, Shun was also involved being the voice in video games; Professor Layton and the Unwound Future as Future Luke.
Shun Oguri started dating his wife, Yu Yamada while working together on a drama series “Binbo Danshi”
Shun Oguri and Yu Yamada got married on 14 March 2012
Shun Oguri will star in Gintama live action that is planned to release summer 17
"I decided to become a police officer. By becoming a cop, I could talk to Dad. That's how I felt", Detective Hisashi Sawamura played by Shun Oguri in Museum, 2016.
Catch his act in Museum starting March 1, 2017 in cinemas! #MUSEUMMOVIE