Takashi Tsukamoto

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Takashi Tsukamoto (塚本高史 Tsukamoto Takashi?, born October 27, 1982) is a Japanese actor, singer, and model.

He has released three single CDs: "Itsudemo Boku wa" (いつでも僕は, Anytime I am...), "Hitorigoto" (ヒ・ト・リ・ゴ・ト, Soliloquy), "New Morning".

He also portrayed the character Shinji Mimura in the controversial film Battle Royale, along with this he has also portrayed the character Gion Toji in the videogame Ryū ga Gotoku Kenzan! in both voice and likeness that was captured using facial scanning technology.

Filmography[edit]

Dramas[edit]

  • Magerarenai Onna (NTV, 2010) - Sakamoto Masato
  • Tokyo Dogs (Fuji TV, 2009, ep7) - Yano Ryosuke
  • Teioh (2009) - Sakaki Ryo
  • Samayoi Zakura (2009) - Kanogawa Yukihiko
  • Shoni Kyumei (2008) - Kariya Shunsuke
  • 6-jikan go ni Kimi wa Shinu (2008) - Yamaha Keishi
  • Kansahojin (2008) - Miyazaki Kenji
  • Mirai Koshi Meguru (2008) - Akira (ep. 4)
  • Miracle Voice (2008) - Toriyama Takashi
  • Koi no Kara Sawagi Drama Special Love Stories IV (2007)
  • Hatachi no Koibito (2007) - Kawamura Yukio
  • Ganges Gawa de Butterfly (2007) - Shingo
  • Kikujiro to Saki 3 (2007) - Kitano Takeshi
  • Tokkyū Tanaka 3 Go (2007) - Kei Hanagata
  • Teppan Shoujo Akane!! (2006) - Ichijo Shinta
  • Kekkon Dekinai Otoko (2006) - Murakami Eiji
  • Meitantei Akafuji Takashi (2005)
  • Kikujiro to Saki 2 (2005) - Kitano Takeshi
  • Tiger & Dragon (2005) - Nakatani Ginjiro
  • Hontou ni Atta Kowai Hanashi (2004) - Tsuneichi Yuya
  • Fuufu (2004) - Yamaguchi Ren
  • Wakaba (2004) - Tani Jyunichi
  • Ichiban Taisetsu na Date (2004) - Oota Kenji (ep. 1,3, & 4)
  • Division 1 Runner's High (2004) - Komine Ryugo
  • Fire Boys (2004) - Amakazu Shiro
  • Chotto Matte Kami-sama (2004)
  • Manhattan Love Story (2003) - Gunma Shinobu
  • Stand Up!! (2003)
  • Shin Yonigeya Honpo (2003) (ep. 9)
  • Densetsu no Madam (2003)
  • Ikebukuro West Gate Park Special (2003) - cameo
  • Otousan as Hide-chan (2002)
  • Tokyo Niwatsuki Ikkodate (2002)
  • Koi Seyo Otome (2002)
  • Gokusen (2002) - Kurosaki (ep. 9)
  • Kisarazu Cat's Eye (2002) - Kizashi Sasaki, nicknamed Ani
  • Kizudarake no Love Song (2001)
  • Fighting Girl (2001) (ep. 1)
  • Cherry (2001)
  • Onmyouji (2001)
  • Rookie (2001) (ep. 6)
  • Jidan Kosho Jinnai Tamako Ura File (2001) (SP1)
  • Tengoku ni Ichiban Chikai Otoko (2001) (ep. 1)
  • Kasouken no Onna 2 (2000) - guest
  • Summer Snow (2000) - gang member (ep. 2,3,6,& 7)
  • Cinderella wa Nemuranai (2000)
  • Psychometrer Eiji 2 (1999)
  • A Season of Sentiment (1999)
  • Futago Tantei (1999)
  • Change (1998)
  • Shounen Suspense "Scary E-mail" (1998)
  • Kurenai (1998)
  • Osorubeshi! Otonashi Karensan (1998) - guest
  • Shokuinshitsu (1997)

Films[edit]

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