|Native name||大竹 都々美
February 21, 1976
|Notable work||Noriko's Dinner Table (2006)|
Life and career
Born in Tokyo, after graduating from high school she started working as race queen. Tsugumi made her film debut in Time Leap (1997), a film adaptation of the manga with the same name, then started widely appearing in films, V-Cinema releases, stage plays and TV-dramas. For her role in Moonlight Whispers (1999) she was awarded as Best Newcomer Actress at the 9th Japanese Professional Movie Awards and as Best New Talent at the 21st Yokohama Film Festival.
In 2007, she left her agency and took a break from show business, taking up a job as a company employee.
- Time Leap (1997), by Imazeki Akemi
- Be-Bop High School (TV, 1997-1998), by Yusuke Narita
- Moonlight Whispers (1999), by Akihiko Shiota
- Hush! (2001), by Ryōsuke Hashiguchi
- Luxurious Bone (2001), by Isao Yukisada
- New Shadow Warriors (2003), by Sonny Chiba
- Norio's room (2004), by Yoshihiro Fukagawa
- Kono Yo no Sotoe - Club Shinchugun (2004), by Junji Sakamoto
- AKA-SEN (2004), by Junji Sakamoto
- Noriko's Dinner Table (2006), by Sion Sono
- Freesia (2007), by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
- Sleeping Beauty (2007), by Naoki Yamamoto
- Exte (2007), by Sion Sono
- Actress (2010, AV, MUTEKI, Dir.Ryota Nakanishi)
- Clandestine (2011, AV, MUTEKI, Dir.Ryota Nakanishi)
- TSUGUMI (1997, III, Tokyo Sensei Inc.) ISBN 481260205X
- Girl (1997, Bunkasha) ISBN 4821121654
- Gekisha in Hawaii (1998, Shogakukan) ISBN 4093945853
- Bone (2001, Asahi Press) ISBN 4255001081
- Monthly shooting Tsugumi (2004, Shinchosha) ISBN 4107901238
- Menzusaizō Yori (1 Nov 2010). "Eiga-shō o sōname ni shita ano joyū ga muteki debyū kettei! Dokusen saisoku intabyū! !". Cyzo (in Japanese). Retrieved 6 July 2012.
- "Jitsuryoku-ha joyū tsugumi, masakano AV debyū! Jishin no ketsudan de `muteki' shutsuen kettei!". Cinema Today (in Japanese). 4 Nov 2010. Retrieved 6 July 2012.