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Masaki Suda, also known as Taisho Sugo, is a well-known Japanese actor and musician from Osaka who is most recognized for his work in the Kamen Rider series and other successful motion pictures. He earned a name for himself early in his career by participating in numerous TV dramas and advertisements. He also dabbled in singing, making his debut in the genre in 2017, and later releasing his own album in 2018. Additionally, his song made it to the Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart. The Backwater, Assassination Classroom, and The Light Shines Only There are some of his best-known films. Both critically and monetarily, these films were a hit. He is hailed as Japan’s up-and-coming star actor, and his talent is well-known throughout the world. Additionally, he has won other national honors, such as the Hochi Film Award and Japan Academy Prize. The TOP COAT talent agency is his current employer.

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Career of Masaki Suda

Masaki Suda made his acting debut in the well-known Kamen Rider series. He played Philip in the 2009–2010 television series Kamen Rider W. In 2017, the manga serial “Futo Detective,” the follow-up to “Kamen Rider W,” was published. Up until 2012, Suda continued to play a part in the well-known franchise. He was hired in 2013 to play the major role in “The Backwater.” The award-winning novel by Shinya Tanaka, which served as the basis for this drama film’s plot, was directed by Shinji Aoyama. At the 2013 Locarno International Film Festival, the movie went on to win the Best Film prize. ‘Girl in the Sunny Place’ and ‘Daily Lives of High School Boys’ are a couple of his other films from the same year.

He appeared in the live-action film version of Akiko Higashimura’s manga “Princess Jellyfish” in 2014. Masaki Suda had to dress as a guy for this part, which required him to lose almost 10 kg and frequently visit salons to pick up and adapt female mannerisms. Additionally, he appeared in the Japanese drama “The Light Shines Only There,” which was Mipo O’s official submission for the 87th Academy Awards’ Best Foreign Language Film category. His performances earned him the Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix’s Best Supporting Actor prize as well as the Japan Academy Prize for Newcomer of the Year.

He played the student Karma Akabane in the comedy live-action film “Assassination Classroom” in 2015. In 2016, the film “Assassination Classroom: Graduation,” the sequel to this one, was made available. Commercial success was achieved by both of these films.

As a result of his appearances in eight films and four TV series in 2016, 2016 turned out to be a significant year for Suda. His most well-known films from the year were “Setoutsumi” by Tatsushi Mori, “Death Note: Light Up the New World” by Shinsuke Sato, and “Oboreru Knife” by Yuki Yamato. In 2016, he received the coveted Elan d’or Award.

The films Gintama, Teiichi: Battle of Supreme High, Fireworks: Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?, and Hibana: Spark all featured him in 2017. He also appeared in Kenshi Yonezu’s music video for the 2017 song “Haiiro to Ao,” which was released digitally and had 1 million views in its first day. As soon as his debut single, “Mita koto mo nai keshiki,” was published in 2017, Suda began to pursue a career in music. He then released his next single, “When the Rain Stops,” in the same year, and it peaked at number 13 on the Japanese Hot 100 list. The song went on to chart at number three.

In March 2018, he released his first album, titled “Play.” His 2018 releases include “My Little Monster” by Haru Yoshida and “Gintama 2,” the follow-up to “Gintama.” He appears in the Hulu-exclusive Japanese drama “Todome no Kiss” as well. Numerous honors, including the Japan Academy Prize twice, the Kinema Junpo Award, the Nikkan Sports Film Award, and the Tokyo Sports Film Award, have been given in recognition of his perseverance and brilliance.

Individual Life of Masaki Suda

In Minoh, Japan, on February 21, 1993, Masaki Suda was given the name Taisho Sugo. Kento, a younger sibling, is also his. He enjoys dancing, playing football, and picking up the piano. Additionally, he has a keen interest in photography and favors taking images with a Polaroid camera. He can play the violin as well. However, he was said to be dating model and co-star Fumi Nikaido. This rumor has been refuted by Suda.

Masaki Suda Net Worth

Masaki Suda is one of the wealthiest and most well-known TV actors. Masaki Suda’s net worth is $5 Million, per our analysis of data from sources like Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.