In 2009, he was a finalist for the 22nd Junon Superboy Contest. In April 2010, he joined Watanabe Entertainment and its male actor group D2, which became a part of D-BOYS, another male actor group owned by Watanabe Entertainment, in October 2013. On December 3, 2018, he announced that his contract with Watanabe Entertainment had been terminated, and he had graduated from D-Boys and has since been active as a freelancer.
- New Ultraman Retsuden - Hikaru Raido
- Ultraman Ginga - Hikaru Raido
- Ultraman Ginga Theater Special - Hikaru Raido
- Ultraman Ginga Theater Special: Ultra Monster ☆ Hero Battle Royale! - Hikaru Raido
- Ultraman Ginga S - Hikaru Raido
- Ultraman Ginga S The Movie: Showdown! The 10 Ultra Warriors! - Hikaru Raido
- Ultra Fight Victory - Ultraman Ginga (voice)
- Ultraman X - Hikaru Raido
- Ultraman X The Movie: Here He Comes! Our Ultraman - Ultraman Ginga (voice)
- Ultraman Orb The Movie: Let Me Borrow the Power of Bonds! - Ultraman Ginga (voice)
- Ultraman New Generation Chronicle - Hikaru Raido
- Ultra Galaxy Fight: New Generation Heroes - Ultraman Ginga (voice)
- Ultraman Taiga - Ultraman Ginga (voice)
- Ultraman Taiga The Movie: New Generation Climax - Hikaru Raido
- Shunji Igarashi, the actor who portrayed Mirai Hibino/Ultraman Mebius, is also a former member of D-Boys.
- Takuya Negishi shares his first name with actor Takuya Kusakawa, who potrayed Tomoya Ichijouji in Ultraman Ginga and Ultraman Ginga S.
- Kensuke Takahashi, the actor who portrayed Daichi Oozora in Ultraman X, views him as a senior despite the latter being younger. However, Kensuke doesn't view Hideo Ishiguro, who is more experienced than the two, much of a senior due to the latter starring in Ultraman Orb, which aired after Ultraman X.