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His portrayal of the troubled but highly intelligent student, Shin Sawada, drew acclaim and won him Best Supporting Actor at the 33rd Television Drama Academy Awards.. In the same year, Matsumoto took another high-profile role in the live-action adaptation of manga series Kimi wa Pet as Takeshi "Momo" Goda, starring opposite Koyuki. Matsumoto began his career in the entertainment industry when he joined the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates in 1996 at the age of 12. Prior to his debut as a singer with Arashi in 1999, Matsumoto started an acting career when he was cast as Teddy Duchamp for the stage play Stand by Me, which was based on the film of the same name. It’s a pity that, after establishing the transfixing premise, the film ends up merely going through the motions, waiting on nothing other than Kie’s change of heart.In a film that ponders the boundaries of mental intimacy like few others have, it’s a cop-out to simply assert that love conquers all.In 20, Matsumoto was given his first lead stage play roles in Eden no Higashi . Matsumoto gained further popularity as an actor in 2002 when he starred in the first season of Gokusen with Yukie Nakama, Shun Oguri, Tomohiro Waki, Hiroki Narimiya and Yuma Ishigaki.
In 2007, due to the success of Hana Yori Dango, it spawned a second season, which was an even bigger hit with television audiences as it had a peak rating of 27.6% on the final episode and an overall rating of 21.57%., which aired as part of the 24-hour Television telethon in 2008. He did not return to do any major stage productions for nearly seven years after Stand by Me, instead focusing on dramas and movies. However, in 2004, Matsumoto appeared in the stage play West Side Story with bandmates Satoshi Ohno and Sho Sakurai. When the socially awkward office worker Kie (Ayase) first comes across Mitsumasa (Takumi Saito) – heir to the company she works at and the aristocratic Kodai family’s eldest son, who has secretly inherited the mind-reading power of his British grandmother (Charlotte Kate Fox) – she develops all types of wacky fantasies, without realising that those very silly thoughts have already won over the telepathic Mitsumasa.After the pair start dating, the inarticulate Kie is shocked that Mitsumasa understands her every move, and her whimsical mind also becomes a source of amusement for Mitsumasa’s younger sister (Kiko Mizuhara) and brother (Shotaro Mamiya).