Masaki Suda

Taishō Sugō (菅生 大将, Sugō Taishō, born February 21, 1993), known professionally as Masaki Suda (菅田 将暉, Suda Masaki), is a Japanese actor and singer. He played Philip in Kamen Rider W. He won the Japan Academy Film Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. His debut song is "Mita Koto mo Nai Keshiki."[1][2]

Masaki Suda
菅田 将暉
Born
Taishō Sugō (菅生 大将)

(1993-02-21) February 21, 1993 (age 27)
Occupation
  • Actor
  • singer
  • songwriter
Years active2009–present
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Websitesudamasaki-music.com

Personal lifeEdit

Suda was born in Osaka. While in school, he joined an American football club. He plays guitar and piano. In the industry, he is a close junior to Oguri Shun and Takayuki Yamada. His friends are Kento Yamazaki,Taiga Nakano and Fumi Nikaido.[3][4] In the music industry, he is close with Kenshi Yonezu, Huwie Ishizaki and Aimyon.[5][6]

CareerEdit

ActingEdit

Suda met talent agents while in middle school. He had several auditions and was a finalist at Amuse, Inc. and Junon Superboy Contest. He signed with the Topcoat agency under the stage name. He played Philip in the tokusatsu series, Kamen Rider, starring in six films. His performance was well received, and he was cast on several television series. His film debut role after Kamen Rider was in The Backwater. Suda starred in the live-action version of Daily Lives of High School Boys. The following year, he had a supporting role in The Light Shines Only There. Suda won the Best New Actor award from Tama Cinema Forum. He played Akuma in the television drama Shinigami-kun and Karma Akabane in the second live-action manga version, Assassination Classroom. Suda starred in the web miniseries Death Note: New Generation and its subsequent film, and in Setoutsumi. Suda won the Japan Academy Film Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in Wilderness.[7] He starred in the 2018 live-action film My Little Monster and voiced Shazam in the Japanese-dubbed version of the 2019 film.[8][9]

MusicEdit

Suda appeared in the biopic film about Hide of the group Greeeen. They released an EP, Green Boys, in 2017.[10][11] Suda released his first album, Play, in March 2018. His second album, Love, was released in July 2019.

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker Kamen Rider Double Cameo, voice role (with Renn Kiriyama)
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010 Philip / Kamen Rider Double Lead role
2010 Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate Philip / Kamen Rider Double, Katsumi Daido (boyhood) Dual role
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core Philip / Kamen Rider Double
2011 OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders Philip / Kamen Rider Double Cameo
Kamen Rider W Returns Philip / Kamen Rider Double, Katsumi Daido (boyhood) Cameo, dual role
High School Debut Fumiya Tamura
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max Philip / Kamen Rider Double Cameo
2012 The Wings of the Kirin Tomoyuki Yoshinaga
The Boy Inside Morio
2013 The Backwater Toma Shinogaki Lead role
Girl in the Sunny Place Shota Okuda
Daily Lives of High School Boys Tadakuni Lead role
2014 The Light Shines Only There Takuji Oshiro
Ushijima the Loan Shark Part 2 Masaru Kaga
Princess Jellyfish Kuranosuke Koibuchi
2015 Assassination Classroom Karma Akabane
Piece of Cake Kawatani[12]
2016 Destruction Babies Yuya Kitahara
Lost and Found Yuya Kiyokawa
Pink and Gray Daiki Kawata
Double Life Takuya Suzuki
Assassination Classroom: Graduation Karma Akabane
Seto & Utsumi Seto Lead role
Death Note: Light Up the New World Yūki Shien[13] Lead role
Oboreru Knife Kōichirō Hasegawa Lead role
Somebody Kōtarō Kamiya Lead role
2017 Kiseki: Sobito of That Day Hide Lead role
Wilderness Shinji Sawamura Lead role
Gintama Shinpachi Shimura
Teiichi: Battle of Supreme High Teiichi Akaba Lead role
Fireworks Norimichi Shimada (voice) Lead role
Hibana: Spark Tokunaga Lead role
2018 My Little Monster[14] Haru Yoshida Lead role
Love At Least Tsunagi
Gintama 2 Shinpachi Shimura
2019 The Great War of Archimedes Major Tadashi Kai Lead role
Taro the Fool Eiji
2020 Threads: Our Tapestry of Love Ren Takahashi Lead role
The Asadas!
2021 God of Kinema Young Gō Lead role
Hanataba mitaina Koi wo shita[15] Mugi Yamane Lead role

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Kamen Rider W Philip / Kamen Rider Double Lead role
2010 Hammer Session! Yōhei Sakamoto
Veterinarian Dolittle Junpei Domon
2011 You Taught Me All the Precious Things Naoki Hiraoka
Don Quixote Kazuya Akashi
Runaway: Aisuru Kimi no Tame ni Shun Kagami Lead role
2012 Rich Man, Poor Woman Takahiro Sakai
Blackboard ~ Jidai to Tatakatta Kyoushitachi~ Hideo Matsumura
Summer Rescue Kino Kentaro
Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi 2012 Aru Natsu no Dekigoto
Resident - 5-nin no Kenshūi Ryōji Hashimoto
Akutou
2013 Nakuna, Hara-chan Hiroshi
No Dropping Out: Back to School at 35 Masamitsu Tsuchiya
2014 Gochisōsan Taisuke Nishikado Asadora
Shinigami-kun Akuma
2015 Mondai no Aru Restaurant Daichi Hoshino
Kageriyuku Natsu Shunji Mutō
Chanpon Tabetaka Masashi Sano Lead role
Tamiō Shō Mutō Lead role
2016 Edogawa Ranpo Short Stories Special; The Early Cases of Akechi Kogoro, 1925: The Psychological Test the suspect Lead role
Love Song Soraichi Amano Getsuku
Death Note: New Generation Yūki Shien Lead role
Pretty Proofreader Yukito Orihara[16]
Uchuu no Shigoto Mishima Lead role
2017 Super salaryman Saenai-shi Bus Jacker Cameo (episode 10)
Yonimo kimyo na monogatari spring 2017 - The story of a Chameleon Actor Chameleon Actor Lead role
Naotora: The Lady Warlord Ii Naomasa Taiga drama
2018 Kiss that Kills Kazunori Harumi Special appearance
Dele Yūtarō Mashiba Lead role
Manpuku Taichi Azuma Asadora
2019 Mr. Hiiragi's Homeroom Ibuki Hiiragi Lead role
Perfect World Cameo
2020 MIU404 Kuzumi

DubbingEdit

Year Title Role Dub for Notes
2019 Shazam! Shazam Zachary Levi [17]

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

Title Details Peak chart positions Certification
Oricon[18] Billboard Japan
Play 2 3[19]
Love
  • Released: July 10, 2019
  • Label: Epic Japan
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3 3[20]

Extended playEdit

Title Details Peak chart position
Oricon[18] Billboard Japan
Green Boys
  • Released: January 24, 2017
  • Label: Epic Japan
  • Formats: CD, digital download
4

SinglesEdit

As lead artist
Title Year Peak chart position Certifications Album
Oricon[22] Billboard Japan Hot 100
"Kiseki" (with Green Boys) 2016 7 Green Boys (EP)
"Mita Koto mo Nai Keshiki" 2017 5 3[23]
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold
Play
"Kokyu" 10 13[24]
"Sayonara Elegy" 2018 12 3[25]
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum
"Long Hope Phillia" 12 11[26]
Digital single
Release date Title Peak chart position Album
May 14, 2019 "Machigai Sagashi" 1[27] Love
As featured artist
Title Year Peak chart position Certification Album
"Haiiro to Ao" (with Kenshi Yonezu) 2017 3[28]
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum
Play (bootleg)
Other charted songs
Title Year Peak chart position Album
"Koe" (with Green Boys) 2017 4 Green Boys (EP)
"Michi" (with Green Boys) 34
"Asakusa Kid" (with Kenta Kiritani) 94[29] Play

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result
2014 37th Japan Academy Prize Newcomer of the Year The Backwater Won
6th TAMA Film Awards Best New Actor Award The Light Shines Only There, Ushijima the Loan Shark Part 2 Won
29th Takasaki Film Festival Best Supporting Actor The Light Shines Only There Won
10th Osaka Cinema Festival Best Supporting Actor The Light Shines Only There, Ushijima the Loan Shark Part 2, Princess Jellyfish Won
19th Japan Internet Movie Grand Prix Best Supporting Actor The Light Shines Only There, Ushijima the Loan Shark Part 2, The Backwater, Princess Jellyfish Won
National Cinema Award 2014 Actor The Light Shines Only There Won
18th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix Best Supporting Actor Shinigami-kun Nominated
81st Television Drama Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Won
24th Japanese Movie Critics Awards Best Supporting Actor The Light Shines Only There, Princess Jellyfish Won
2015 1st Confidence Award Drama Prize Best Actor Tamiō Won
2016 40th Elan d'or Award Newcomer of the Year N/A Won
Oricon Style Next Break Actor 2016[30] N/A Won
GQ Men of the Year[31] N/A N/A Won
41st Hochi Film Award Best Supporting Actor Pink and Gray Nominated
29th Nikkan Sports Film Award Best Supporting Actor Assassination Classroom Nominated
26th Japan Film Professional Award Best Leading Actor Award Oboreru Knife, Setoutsumi Won
2017 38th Yokohama Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Destruction Babies Won
59th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Supporting Actor Pink and Gray, Oboreru Knife, Assassination Classroom, Lost and Found Nominated
26th Tokyo Sports Film Award Best Supporting Actor Destruction Babies Won
42nd Hochi Film Award Best Actor Wilderness, Kiseki: Sobito of That Day,
Teiichi: Battle of Supreme High, Hibana: Spark
Won
30th Nikkan Sports Film Award Best Actor Won
2018 91st Kinema Junpo Award Best Actor Won
72nd Mainichi Film Awards Best Actor Wilderness Won
60th Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actor Nominated
27th Tokyo Sports Film Award Best Actor Nominated
13th Osaka Cinema Festival Best Actor Won
41st Japan Academy Prize Best Actor Won
Most Popular Actor Teiichi: Battle of Supreme High Won
Space Shower Music Awards 2018 Best Collaboration (with Kenshi Yonezu) Haiiro to Ao Won
13th Confidence Award Drama Prize (Summer 2018) Best Actor (with Takayuki Yamada) Dele Won
2019 Annual Confidence Award Drama Prize 2018 Won
22nd Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix Winter 2019[32] Best Actor 3 Nen A Gumi (Mr. Hiiragi's Homeroom) Won
27th Hashida Prize[33] Actor Todome no Kiss, Dele Won
56th Galaxy Award[34] Television Personality Dele, Suda Masaki TV (菅田将暉TV), 3 Nen A Gumi Won
100th Television Drama Academy Awards[35] Best Actor 3 Nen A Gumi Won
12th Tokyo Drama Award Best Actor Won
61st Japan Record Awards Special Award N/A Won
44th Hochi Film Award Best Actor The Great War of Archimedes Nominated
2020 62nd Blue Ribbon Awards Best Actor Nominated
43rd Japan Academy Film Prize Best Actor Nominated

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