Sota Fukushi (福士蒼汰), who portrayed the hero Gentaro Kisaragi in Kamen Rider Fourze, recently took part of a special project. He, along with other actors, recalled their roles when they were 18. Fukushi was born in 1993 and is currenly 24-years-old.
Fukushi considered Kamen Rider to be his “foundation.”
When Fukushi was 18-years-old, he was an actor on TV Asahi’s Kamen Rider Fourze (2011-2012). “Uchu Kitaaaa!”
Fukushi had just started work. When he looked back on his role, he believed that this generation may have thought he appeared reckless. He performed the role diligently for one year, including voice-overs during action scenes and CG photography.
Fukushi still enjoys an active career. His most recent role is in the upcoming film Laplace’s Witch as Kento Amakasu, which will be released on Friday, May 4, 2018.
Jun Shison (志尊淳) was determined to star in Ressha Sentai ToQger (2014-2015) and decided to “responsibly be a hero for a year”. He portrayed Right (Suzuki Raito)/ ToQ 1gou.
Shison also took up an interest in photography when he was 18-years-old.
In the past, he had performed in stage plays, so he was used to acting with others around ages 18-19.
Shison worked hard on every role with others during that generation. His most recent role is in Hanbun, Aoi on NHK.
Article Sources: Nico Nico