Satoshi Tsumabuki

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Satoshi Tsumabuki
Satoshi Tsumabuki Cannes 2015.jpg
Tsumabuki at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival
Native name 妻夫木聡
Born (1980-12-13) December 13, 1980 (age 36)
Yanagawa, Fukuoka, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Actor, singer, bassist
Years active 1998-present
Known for Waterboys
Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Spouse(s) Maiko (actress) (August 4, 2016) [1][2]

Satoshi Tsumabuki (妻夫木聡, Tsumabuki Satoshi, born December 13, 1980) is a Japanese actor. His breakthrough film was Waterboys for which he was nominated for the 'Best Actor' award at the Japanese Academy Awards, and won the 'Newcomer of the Year' prize. He is also the bassist and lead singer of the Japanese band Basking Lite.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1998 Nazo no Tenkousei Koichi Iwata
1999 Great Teacher Onizuka
2001 Tomie: Re-birth Takumi Aoyama
Waterboys Suzuki Lead role
2002 Sabu Sabu Lead role
Jam Films - Justice Tōjō Lead role
2003 Sayonara Kuro Ryosuke Kimura Lead role
Dragon Head Teru Aoki Lead role
Josee, the Tiger and the Fish Tsuneo Lead role
2004 A Day on the Planet Nakazawa Lead role
69 sixty nine Kenichi Yazaki Lead role
Thirty Lies or So Sasaki
2005 Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean Yukito Origasa Lead role
Yaji and Kita: The Midnight Pilgrims The Phantom Yaijrobei
Spring Snow Kiyoaki Matsugae Lead role
It's Only Talk Noboru
Tetsujin 28: The Movie
2006 The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift Exceedingly Handsome Guy American film, cameo
Tears for you Yotaro Aragaki Lead role
2007 Dororo Hyakkimaru Lead role
Kayōkyoku dayo jinsei wa Lead role
Welcome to the Quiet Room Komono
2008 Tokyo! Takeshi
The Magic Hour Bingo
Children in the Dark Hiroaki Yoda
Paco and the Magical Book Muromachi
School Days with a Pig Mr. Hoshi Lead role
2009 Pandemic Tsuyoshi Matsuoka Lead role
Boat Toru
Villon's Wife Okada
2010 Surely Someday
Villain Shimizu Lead role
2011 My Back Page Lead role
Smuggler Ryōsuke Kinuta Lead role
2012 Fly with the gold Lead role
For Love's Sake Makoto Taiga Lead role
2013 Tokyo Family Masatsugu Hirayama
The Kiyosu Conference Oda Nobukatsu
2014 Judge! Ōta Lead role
Our Family Kōsuke Wakana Lead role
The World of Kanako[3] Asai
The Little House Arai
Stand by Me Doraemon Adult Nobita Voice role
The Vancouver Asahi Reggie Kasahara Lead role
Lady Maiko Yuichiro Akagi
2015 The Assassin The mirror polisher Chinese film
2016 What a Wonderful Family! Shōta Hirata
The Magnificent Nine Jin'nai Asanoya
Rage Yūma Fujita
Museum Kaeru Otoko
2017 Traces of Sin Tanaka Lead role
A Boy Who Wished to be Okuda Tamio And A Girl Who Drove All Men Crazy Yūji Kōroki Lead role
What a Wonderful Family! 2 Shōta Hirata
2018 What a Wonderful Family! 3 Shōta Hirata

TV dramas[edit]

Puppetry[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2002 26th Elan d'or Awards Newcomer Award Won
25th Japan Academy Prize Newcomer of the Year Waterboys Won
Best Actor Nominated
39th Golden Arrow Award Newcomer Award Won
11th Japanese Professional Movie Awards Special Award Won
34th Television Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Lunch no Joou Won
2003 37th Television Academy Awards Best Actor Say Hello to Black Jack Won
2004 18th Takasaki Film Festival Best Actor Josee, the Tiger and the Fish Won
2nd Vladivostok Film Festival Best Actor Won
77th Kinema Junpo Awards Best Actor Josee, the Tiger and the Fish, Sayonara Kuro and Dragonhead Won
29th Hochi Film Awards Best Actor Josee, the Tiger and the Fish, 69 sixty nine and A Day on the Planet Won
46th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actor Josee, the Tiger and the Fish, Sayonara Kuro and Dragonhead Nominated
25th Yokohama Film Festival Best Actor Sayonara Kuro and Dragonhead Won
12th Hashida Awards Newcomer Award Say Hello to Black Jack Won
41st Television Academy Awards Best Actor Orange Days Won
2005 47th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actor 69 sixty nine and A Day on the Planet Nominated
2006 29th Japan Academy Prize Best Actor Spring Snow Nominated
2007 30th Japan Academy Prize Best Actor Nada Sōsō Nominated
2010 23rd Nikkan Sports Film Award Best Actor Villain Won
2011 53rd Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actor Won
34th Japan Academy Prize Best Actor Won
2014 37th Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actor Tokyo Family Nominated
2016 29th Tokyo International Film Festival Arigato Award Won
29th Nikkan Sports Film Award Best Supporting Actor Rage and Museum Won
41st Hochi Film Award Best Supporting Actor Rage Nominated
2017 71st Mainichi Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
40th Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting Actor Won

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