About Jun Matsumoto
August 30, 1983
|Place of Birth||:||Toshima, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan|
|Also Known As||:||松本 潤, まつもと じゅん, MatsuJun|
|Imdb Profile||:||IMDB Profile|
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jun Matsumoto (born August 30, 1983), better known as Jun Matsumoto, is a Japanese actor and singer. Jun Matsumoto was born in Toshima, Tokyo, is known for his acting achievements in many Japanese dramas. Also widely known as "MatsuJun", is a Japanese actor, singer and TV host. He rose to fame in the drama Kimi wa petto (2003) with Koyuki and gained huge popularity in South Korea. Koyuki, the heroine of "Kimi wa petto (2003)," appeared in Blood: The Last Vampire (2009) live-action film starring Jun Ji-hyun, where she plays Onigen, the arch-villain. Koyuki second child was born in January 2013 in South Korea. He gained popularity in Asia through his leading roles in television dramas Kimi wa petto (2003) , Boys Over Flowers series (2005-2007), Bambino! (2007) , Natsu no koi wa nijiiro ni kagayaku (2010) , Shitsuren Chocolatier (2014) and 99.9: Criminal Lawyer (2016). His film work includes Tokyo Tower (2005), Boku wa imôto ni koi wo suru (2007), The Girl in the Sun (2013) and 99.9: Criminal Lawyer (2016) THE MOVIE (2021). Starring in 2018, "99.9: Criminal Lawyer (2016)" topped the ratings of Japanese television drama, and most of his dramas so far had high ratings. The final episode reached 21.0 percent, the only drama this year to exceed 20 percent. 99.9: Criminal Lawyer (2016) will be made into a movie in 2021. Matsumoto is very famous in Japan, and almost everyone knows him. Was best known until recently for his commercial work on Japanese television. Also Japan's talent ranking has always been at the top. Jun Matsumoto is indubitably Japan's greatest A-list star. Over the years since the early 1990s, the actor has had roles in drama serials, movies, TV shows and even hosted red carpet events in his country like Minnano Televi and Utawara. Let's also not forget the innumerable CF (commercial film) advertisements that he's done, for brands like KFC in Japan, Kosé and Pepsi. He wore multiple hats as an actor, host and variety show personality. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jun Matsumoto, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.