Tsumabuki Satoshi 妻夫木聡 (つまぶき さとし)

Tsumabuki Satoshi

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Last Name:
Tsumabuki
First Name:
Satoshi
English Name:
Ethnic Name:
妻夫木聡 (つまぶき さとし)
Ethnicity:
Japanese
Date of Birth:
December 13, 1980
Place of Birth:
Japan
Height:
171cm
Weight:
55kg
Blood Type:
O
Profession:
Actor, singer
Hobbies:

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Filmography

School Days With A Pig 2008 (Movies)

Orange Days 2004 as Yuuki Kai (Japanese Dramas)

Kisarazu Cat's Eye 2002 (Japanese Dramas)


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VIFF 2014: Japanese star Satoshi Tsumabuki grew from Vancouver Asahi experiences
Straight.com - Sep 30, 2014

Tsumabuki Satoshi not only has an extensive list of film and TV credits (not to mention awards), he's also singer and bassist for the band Basking Life. In The Vancouver Asahi, Tsumabuki plays the central role of Reji "Reggie" Kasahara, a low-key son ...


Kamenashi Kazuya, Tsumabuki Satoshi Heat Up Vancouver Red Carpet (PHOTOS)
Huffington Post Canada - Sep 30, 2014

Actors Kamenashi Kazuya and Tsumabuki Satoshi walked the red carpet Monday in front of hundreds of screaming fans at the Centre for Performing Arts. So many people were trying to get photos of the stars that video interviews were cancelled, according ...


The Assassin Is a Film of Rare Beauty
Miami New Times - Oct 27, 2015

Starring Shu Qi, Chang Chen, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Zhou Yun, and Juan Ching-tian. Directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien. Written by Chu Tien-wen and Hou Hsiao-hsien. 107 minutes. Not rated. Opens Friday, October 30, at Tower Theater, 1508 SW Eighth St., Miami; ...


Asian filmmakers and stars set to visit Vancouver International Film Festival
Straight.com - Sep 22, 2015

... but unless Kwok unexpectedly turns up in person, we're unlikely to see a fan frenzy reaching the levels of insanity witnessed at last year's festival for the Vancouver Asahi world premiere with its J-Pop stars Kamenashi Kazuya and Tsumabuki Satoshi .


'The Assassin': Cannes Review
Hollywood Reporter - May 20, 2015

Cast:Shu Qi, Chang Chen, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Zhou Yun, Juan Ching-tian,Hsieh Hsin-ying, Sheu Fang-yi. Director: Hou Hsiao-Hsien Screenwriters: Chu Tien-wen, Hou Hsiao-Hsien Producers: Wen-Ying Huang, Chen Yiqi, Stephen Lam, Stephen Shin


Hou Hsiao-hsien and The Assassin
Beijing Today - Oct 6, 2015

The Assassin, the film that made director Hou Hsiao-hsien the darling of the 68th Cannes International Film Festival, landed in Chinese theaters on August 27. Starring Shu Qi, Chang Chen, Ethan Juan and Japanese actor Tsumabuki Satoshi, The Assassin is ...


Cannes 2015: Women Resist Their Masters in 'Sicario' and 'The Assassin'
PopMatters - May 22, 2015

Cast: Shu Qi, Chang Chen, Zhou Yun, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Juan Ching-Tian, Hsieh Hsin-Ying, Sheu Fang-Yi. (Well Go USA) 2015. Trailer · Official Site. Nie Yin niang's journey strings together graceful sword-fighting sequences, filmed as panoramas, in long ...


Hou Hsiao-hsien's 'The Assassin' Dated for Blu-ray
High-Def Digest - Dec 15, 2015

With a Certified Fresh rating of 83% on Rotten Tomatoes, THE ASSASSIN also stars Zhou Yun (Let the Bullets Fly) and Tsumabuki Satoshi (The Vancouver Asahi). In addition to winning Best Director at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, THE ASSASSIN also won ...


The World of Kanako
Film Business Asia - Apr 23, 2015

A heavy drinker and prone to outbursts of anger and violence, Akikazu is questioned by younger former colleague Asai (Tsumabuki Satoshi) but has nothing to add to the mystery. Akikazu is then called by his ex-wife Kiriko (Kurosawa Asuka), who says ...


VIFF 2014: Vancouver Asahi is the people's choice
Straight.com - Oct 11, 2014

The Ishii Yuya-directed movie received its world premiere at the festival, and generated a mob scene when stars Tsumabuki Satoshi and Kamenashi Kazuya strolled the red carpet. The award was announced on Friday (October 10) prior to the gala closing ...


The Vancouver Asahi: Was Japanese Canadian authenticity lost in translation?
Straight.com (blog) - Jan 10, 2015

In spite of these points, the film screening not only became a mob scene when fans turned out in droves to see stars Tsumabuki Satoshi and Kamenashi Kazuya striding upon VIFF's red carpet, but it won over audiences here when it made its world premiere ...


Asian Film Awards: Wong Kar Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Leads With 11 Nominations
Hollywood Reporter - Feb 11, 2014

Tsumabuki Satoshi, Tokyo Family, Japan. BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS. Aoi Yu, Tokyo Family, Japan. Mavis Fan, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?, Taiwan. Kim Young-ae, The Attorney, South Korea. Nikaido Fumi, Why Don't You Play In Hell?, Japan.


Judge!
Film Business Asia - Jul 1, 2014

Japan, the present day. Otaki Ichiro (Toyokawa Etsushi), commercials director at agency Gentsu, orders one of his employees, Ota Kiichiro (Tsumabuki Satoshi), to fix a noodle commercial that's been rejected by the client, Acecook. With no time to re ...


Should the Vancouver International Film Festival bring more Asian stars to ...
Straight.com - Oct 6, 2014

Japanese stars Tsumabuki Satoshi and Kamenashi Kazuya (who are actors as well as J-Pop stars) aren't just big in Japan, but across Asia. And, as evidenced by the screaming throngs of fans at the Centre for Performing Arts, also around the world ...


Friday Flicks: Lady Maiko (2014)
Green Tea Graffiti - Nov 17, 2014

Lady Maiko is a Japanese remake of My Fair Lady, starring Audrey Hepburn. The three basic phrases that all aspiring maiko must master are ōkini (thank you), sunmahen (sorry) and otanomoshimasu (please). Tsumabuki Satoshi makes a colorful cameo as a ...


The Little House
Film Business Asia - Feb 19, 2014

After the funeral of his great-aunt Nunomiya Taki (Baisho Chieko), Arai Takeshi (Tsumabuki Satoshi) discovers the handwritten autobiography she was working on during the last years of her life. In 1936, at the age of 18, she left her hometown in ...


Yo-kai Watch breaks Toho record in Japan
Film Business Asia - Dec 24, 2014

The opening film of this year's Hawaii International Film Festival, the film stars TSUMABUKI Satoshi 妻夫木聡 and pop idol KAMENASHI Kazuya 亀梨和也 as members of a Vancouver-based baseball team comprised of second-generation Japanese ...


Lady Maiko
Film Business Asia - Jun 22, 2014

... Watanabe Eri (Mameharu), Takenaka Naoto (Tomi), Takashima Masahiro (Takai Yoshio), Hamada Gaku (Nishino Shuhei), Kohinata Fumiyo (Ichikawa Kanpachiro), Kishibe Ittoku (Kitano Orikichi), Tsumabuki Satoshi (Akaki Yuichiro), Matsui Jurina (Fukuna) ...


TVXQ Changmin Wins Rookie Award at 'Japan Movie Critics Awards'
KpopStarz - Apr 12, 2013

The movie features other famous Japan movie stars such as Tsumabuki Satoshi and more. The movie released last year in November. Changmin also won the rookie award at the Japanese Academy Awards this past March for the same movie as well.


TVXQ Max Changmin's Popularity in Japan
KpopStarz - Feb 8, 2012

Tsumabuki Satoshi posted on his Twitter the status of the production on February 2nd, “In the middle of filming. Schedule is quite difficult, budget is tight and staff members and actors are getting very little sleep to film this move, please give us ...


PiFan 2012 Review: FOR LOVE'S SAKE (AI TO MAKOTO) Is A Toe-Tapping Delight
Twitch - Aug 1, 2012

Takei Emi could not be more innocent, pure and adorable as the stubbornly devoted Ai, who will literally take herself to Hell and back if only Makoto will acknowledge her existence. Meanwhile, Tsumabuki Satoshi's teen hoodlum recoils at the very notion ...


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