A presence as a secret agent in the popular drama “VIVANT”.
A busy and successful actor is supported by his family.
A handsome man with a handsome face that can be seen through his mask, carrying a large amount of luggage, and a beautiful woman walking beside him with a baby in her arms, looking as if she loves him. The couple, who exude an outstanding style and presence that cannot be concealed, are actor Momori Matsuzaka (34) and his wife, actress Erika Toda (35).
On a late August evening, we spotted Matsusaka with his family shopping at an organic supermarket in Tokyo. She was dressed simply in a black shirt and jeans, and the geta (Japanese clogs) on her feet were summery.
Speaking of Matsuzaka, “VIVANT” (TBS), in which she is currently starring, is a big hit with a viewer rating of over 14%. Her reputation in the industry is also on the rise,” said a source at a commercial TV station.
He has been able to take on roles in every genre since his debut as an actor in Sentai, from the sensational role in the R-18 movie “Whore Year” to the villainous role in “Impossible Crime. In “VIVANT,” he personally asked to be cast in the film, and he shows superb acting ability in the role of a secret agent. It won’t be long before he becomes the first actor who comes to mind as a talented actor.
He won the Japan Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 2008, and married Toda in the same year. In May of this year, their first child was born, and Matsuzaka is enjoying smooth sailing in both his personal and professional life. On the day of the event, she was seen chatting with Toda and shopping with her family in a friendly atmosphere.
She seems to be enjoying married life and is a loving wife and family man, sharing the responsibility of childcare and housework. He is a loving wife and family man who shares the responsibility for childcare and housework. You can sometimes see him exchanging information about child rearing with his co-stars on the show.
I hope he continues to demonstrate his true potential as a top actor with the support of his family.
From the September 15-22, 2023 issue of “FRIDAY