|Born||December 13, 1980|
Yanagawa, Fukuoka, Japan
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor, singer, bassist|
|Height||1.72 m (5 ft 7+1⁄2 in)|
Satoshi Tsumabuki (妻夫木聡, Tsumabuki Satoshi, born December 13, 1980) is a Japanese actor and voice 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.
|1998||Nazo no Tenkousei||Koichi Iwata||Kazuya Konaka|
|1999||Great Teacher Onizuka||Ichirōta||Masayuki Suzuki|
|2001||Tomie: Re-birth||Takumi Aoyama||Takashi Shimizu|
|Waterboys||Suzuki||Shinobu Yaguchi||Lead role|
|2002||Sabu||Sabu||Takashi Miike||Lead role|
|Jam Films||Tōjō||Isao Yukisada||Lead role, segment "Justice"|
|2003||Sayonara Kuro||Ryosuke Kimura||Joji Matsuoka||Lead role|
|Dragon Head||Teru Aoki||George Iida||Lead role|
|Josee, the Tiger and the Fish||Tsuneo||Isshin Inudo||Lead role|
|2004||A Day on the Planet||Nakazawa||Isao Yukisada||Lead role|
|69 sixty nine||Kenichi Yazaki||Lee Sang-il||Lead role|
|Thirty Lies or So||Sasaki||Kentarō Ōtani|
|2005||Lorelei: The Witch of the Pacific Ocean||Yukito Origasa||Shinji Higuchi||Lead role|
|Yaji and Kita: The Midnight Pilgrims||The Phantom Yaijrobei||Kankurō Kudō|
|Spring Snow||Kiyoaki Matsugae||Isao Yukisada||Lead role|
|It's Only Talk||Noboru||Ryūichi Hiroki|
|Tetsujin 28: The Movie||Windchime Seller||Shin Togashi|
|2006||The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift||Exceedingly Handsome Guy||Justin Lin||Cameo, American film|
|Tears for you||Yotaro Aragaki||Nobuhiro Doi||Lead role|
|2007||Dororo||Hyakkimaru||Akihiko Shiota||Lead role|
|Kayōkyoku dayo jinsei wa||Takashi Suzuki||Shinobu Yaguchi||Lead role, episode 9|
|Welcome to the Quiet Room||Komono||Suzuki Matsuo|
|2008||Tokyo!||Takeshi||Michel Gondry||segment "Interior Design"|
|The Magic Hour||Bingo||Kōki Mitani|
|Children of the Dark||Hiroaki Yoda||Junji Sakamoto|
|Paco and the Magical Book||Muromachi||Tetsuya Nakashima|
|School Days with a Pig||Mr. Hoshi||Tetsu Maeda||Lead role|
|2009||Pandemic||Tsuyoshi Matsuoka||Takahisa Zeze||Lead role|
|Boat||Toru||Kim Young-nam||Lead role, South Korean-Japanese film|
|Villon's Wife||Okada||Kichitaro Negishi|
|2010||Surely Someday||Policeman||Shun Oguri|
|Villain||Shimizu||Lee Sang-il||Lead role|
|2011||My Back Page||Masami Sawada||Nobuhiro Yamashita||Lead role|
|Smuggler||Ryōsuke Kinuta||Katsuhito Ishii||Lead role|
|2012||Fly with the Gold||Hiroyuki Kōda||Kazuyuki Izutsu||Lead role|
|For Love's Sake||Makoto Taiga||Takashi Miike||Lead role|
|2013||Tokyo Family||Masatsugu Hirayama||Yoji Yamada|
|The Kiyosu Conference||Oda Nobukatsu||Kōki Mitani|
|2014||Judge!||Kiichirō Ōta||Akira Nagai||Lead role|
|Our Family||Kōsuke Wakana||Yuya Ishii||Lead role|
|The World of Kanako||Asai||Tetsuya Nakashima|
|The Little House||Arai||Yoji Yamada|
|Stand by Me Doraemon||Adult Nobita (voice)||Takashi Yamazaki|
|The Vancouver Asahi||Reggie Kasahara||Yuya Ishii||Lead role|
|Lady Maiko||Yuichiro Akagi||Masayuki Suo|
|2015||The Assassin||The mirror polisher||Hou Hsiao-hsien||Chinese film|
|2016||What a Wonderful Family!||Shōta Hirata||Yoji Yamada|
|The Magnificent Nine||Jin'nai Asanoya||Yoshihiro Nakamura|
|Rage||Yūma Fujita||Lee Sang-il|
|Museum||Sanae Kirishima||Keishi Ōtomo|
|2017||Traces of Sin||Tanaka||Kei Ishikawa||Lead role|
|Tornado Girl||Yūji Kōroki||Hitoshi Ōne||Lead role|
|What a Wonderful Family! 2||Shōta Hirata||Yoji Yamada|
|2018||What a Wonderful Family! 3: My Wife, My Life||Shōta Hirata||Yoji Yamada|
|Detective Chinatown 2||Noda||Chen Sicheng||Chinese film|
|The Miracle of Crybaby Shottan||Fuyuno||Toshiaki Toyoda|
|It Comes||Hideki Tahara||Tetsuya Nakashima|
|2019||Paradise Next||Makino||Yoshihiro Hanno||Lead role, Taiwanese-Japanese film|
|The 47 Ronin in Debt||Sugaya Han'nojō||Yoshihiro Nakamura|
|2020||Not Quite Dead Yet||The manager of the Crown Hotel||Shinji Hamasaki|
|Shape of Red||Kurata||Yukiko Mishima|
|The Asadas||Yukihiro Asada||Ryōta Nakano|
|I Never Shot Anyone||Tomoya Imanishi||Junji Sakamoto|
|Stand by Me Doraemon 2||Adult Nobita (voice)||Takashi Yamazaki|
|2021||Detective Chinatown 3||Hiroshi Noda||Chen Sicheng||Chinese film|
|1998||Subarashii Hibi||Fuji TV|
|Over Time||Fuji TV||Episode 2|
|1999||Omizu no hanamichi||Nakata||Fuji TV|
|Koi no Kiseki||Taeko's manager||EX|
|2000||Ikebukuro West Gate Park||Fujio Saitō||TBS|
|Limit: Moshimo wagako ga||Atsushi Shioya||NTV|
|2001||Kabachitare||Kazuya Machida||Fuji TV||Episodes 5, 10 and 11|
|Heaven Cannot Wait 2: The Teacher||Tadashi Okinoshima||TBS|
|Shotgun Wedding||Takumi Shinjō||Fuji TV|
|Platonic Sex||Takashi Tsujimoto||Fuji TV|
|Chūshingura 1/47||Gunbei Takata||Fuji TV||TV movie|
|2002||The Long Love Letter||Ryūta Fujisawa||Fuji TV|
|Kisarazu Cat's Eye||Little Yamada||TBS||Episode 9|
|Wedding Planner||Shuhei Narumi||Fuji TV|
|Tokyo Muke Michi Girl||Akira||NTV|
|The Queen of Lunchtime Cuisine||Junzaburō Nabeshima||Fuji TV|
|2003||Say Hello to Black Jack||Dr. Eijirō Saitō||TBS||Lead role|
|Ikebukuro West Gate Park Special||Fujio Saitō||TBS|
|2004||Say Hello to Black Jack Special||Dr. Eijirō Saitō||TBS||Lead role|
|Toride Naki Mono||Kiichirō Yahiro||EX||TV movie|
|Orange Days||Kai Yūki||TBS||Lead role|
|2005||Slow Dance||Riichi Serizawa||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|2007||High and Low||Ginjiro Takeuchi||EX||TV movie|
|2009||Tenchijin||Naoe Kanetsugu||NHK||Lead role; Taiga drama|
|2014||All About My Siblings||Asahi Satō||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|2016||Kidnap Tour||Takashi||NHK||Lead role; TV movie|
|2018||Innocent Days||Shin'ichi Sasaki||Wowow||Lead role; also producer|
|When a Tree Falls||Satoshi Kayama||EX||Lead role; TV movie|
|2020||The Dangerous Venus||Hakurō Teshima||TBS||Lead role|
|2021||Shikatanakatta to Iute wa Ikan no desu||Taichi Torii||NHK||Lead role; TV movie|
|2002||26th Elan d'or Awards||Newcomer Award||Himself||Won|
|25th Japan Academy Film Prize||Newcomer of the Year||Waterboys||Won|
|39th Golden Arrow Awards||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 Film Prize||Best Actor||Spring Snow||Nominated|
|2007||30th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Actor||Nada Sōsō||Nominated|
|2010||23rd Nikkan Sports Film Awards||Best Actor||Villain||Won|
|2011||53rd Blue Ribbon Awards||Best Actor||Won|
|34th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Actor||Won|
|2014||37th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Tokyo Family||Nominated|
|2016||29th Tokyo International Film Festival||Arigato Award||Himself||Won|
|29th Nikkan Sports Film Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Rage and Museum||Won|
|41st Hochi Film Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Rage||Nominated|
|2017||71st Mainichi Film Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|
|40th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Won|
|2018||60th Blue Ribbon Awards||Best Actor||Tornado Girl||Nominated|
|2020||45th Hochi Film Awards||Best Supporting Actor||The Asadas||Nominated|
|33rd Nikkan Sports Film Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Won|
|2021||63rd Blue Ribbon Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|
|44th Japan Academy Film Prize||Best Supporting Actor||Nominated|
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