Hiroshi Kume Biography
Hiroshi Kume, a Japanese television and radio presenter was born on July 14, 1944, in Saitama located in Japan. Hiroshi is also a well-known actor as he has worked in several Japanese movies like "Kume Shoten: Yoku Wakaru! Wadai no Issatsu" (2014), "Kume pipo: Zettai aitai 1001 nin" (2009) and "Quiz Derby" (1976). Hiroshi spent his early life in Saitama.
Hiroshi Kume started his career at the age of 23, working for TBS in 1967, after giving his 8 years to the company, he left the company in 1979. Kume was the first host of popular music show "The Best Ten" from 1978 to 1985. Moreover, Kume was the news anchor on TV Asahi's national evening news program News Station from its starting days. The show revolutionized news reporting in Japan and was averaged to have about 20 million viewers each night.
Again, Hiroshi returned to radio and started hosting two-hour Saturday show on TBS Radio in September 2006 till today's date. Hiroshi also presents the weekly TV show Hiroshi Kume's Terebitte Yatsu wa? alongside Akiko Yagi, broadcast on the Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) network in June 2011.
Hiroshi married his wife Reiko Kume who is a Japanese woman. They have a happy married life. Hiroshi belongs to Asian ethnicity and holds a Japanese nationality. Hiroshi's net worth is not outed to the media by the journalist till today's date.Edit
Born in Saitama, Japan
A Japanese television and radio presenter, also known for his performance in "Kume Shoten: Yoku Wakaru! Wadai no Issatsu", "Kume pipo: Zettai aitai 1001 nin" and "Quiz Derby", was born on July 14, 1944 in Saitama located in Japan.Edit
Hiroshi Kume in TBS Company
Hiroshi Kume started his career as the host of TBS's program from October 1967. He was a TBS show host for about eight long years. Hiroshi left that company in the year 1979. To be a part of TV news network.Edit
Hiroshi Kume Films
Hiroshi Kume is a well-known character in 1976. He was first seen in his film "Quiz Derby" in 1976. Then he also worked in the movies like "Kume Shoten: Yoku Wakaru! Wadai no Issatsu" (2014) and "Kume pipo: Zettai aitai 1001 nin" (2009) in which he gave an impressive performance to the audience.Edit
Hiroshi Kume in "The Best Ten"
After working for TBS for 8 years, Kume moved to pursue his career in popular music show of Japan "The Best Ten" in 1978. He was the first host of that show and he hosted it for 7 years, after that he left the show in 1985.Edit
News anchor on TV Asahi's
Hiroshi Kume was also an anchor on TV Asahi's national evening news program. He was linked with the news station from its start on 7 October 1985. He worked there for 19 years until the station stopped its broadcasting services on 26th March 2004.Edit
Returned to TBS Radio
Hiroshi Kume returned to the TBS show in September 2006 where he hosts a two-hour show every Saturdays. Kume is still presenting that show along with the weekly TV show "Hiroshi Kume's Terebitte Yatsu wa?", broadcast on the Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) network since June 2011.Edit