Satoshi Tsumabuki is a popular Japanese actor born December 13, 1980 in Mitsuhashi (now Yanagawa), Fukuoka, Japan. His career in the entertainment world began when Satoshi modeled for teen magazine “Street News”. In 1998, Satoshi competed alongside 3 million other contestants in “Star Audition” co-produced by talent agencies Amuse, Horipro, and television network NTV. Satoshi won the competition and soon afterwards signed with Horipro. Later that year Satoshi made his acting debut in the 1998 Fuji TV drama “Subarashii Hibi”.
Satoshi’s career would then reach new heights with his role in the 2001 film “Waterboys”. Satoshi portrayed main character Suzuki – the lone member of a high school swimming team who finds himself on a hastily formed male synchronized swimming team. His performance would garner Satoshi the “Newcomer of the Year” award at the 2002 Japan Academy Awards. Since that time Satoshi’s career has blossomed with Satoshi performing in critically acclaimed film’s like… read more