Yuichi Nakamura, Kamen Rider Zeronos, Comes Out of Retirement
Yuichi Nakamura, best known for his role as Kamen Rider Zeronos from Kamen Rider Den-O, announces via his blog he will start acting again.
The actor, who was under Watanabe Entertainment when he retired in 2012, will now be signed with G-Star.pro.
Nakamura took to his blog for the announcement stating “This time I can begin fresh as an actor.”
Nakamura also had a message for his fans and sets a goal for himself:
To every fan left behind with worry, and to other persons concerned that I may have been possibly hurt, I will continue to go on as best I can.
I will devote my days keeping in mind that I will be starting from zero. I aspire to become an actor that fans will send their warm thoughts, so please watch over me.
I look forward to working with all of you.
Nakamura’s notable roles include Kyosuke Kiriya in Kamen Rider Hibiki, Otoya Hanazono in Princess Princess D, which also starred Kamen Rider Den-O, Takeru Sato. He was also part of Watanabe Entertainment’s acting group, D-Boys.
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Source: Yuichi Nakamura’s Official Blog
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