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|This article is about a/an actress in multiple J-Dramas.|
|Born:||April 1, 1989|
|Born in:||Naniwaku, Osaka, Japan|
|Agency:||Tambourine (formerly), Fauvism entertainment (currently)|
|Role(s):|| Shizuka Koiwai,|
Coin Locker Monogatari,
Engine Sentai Go-Onger,
Yumi began her career in modeling during elementary school, when she was chosen in a Grand-Prix semi-audition for the girls manga magazine Ribon.
In July 2007 she received her first lead role in TV Tokyo's late TV drama series Boys Esté as Shizuka Koiwai. Her next role was Miu Sutōu/Go-On Silver in the 2008 TV Asahi tokusatsu series Engine Sentai Go-Onger. She starred also in "Mutant Girls Squad" under the direction from Tak Sakaguchi, Noburu Iguchi and Yoshihiro Nishimura.
- Keiji Yoshinaga Seiichi Namida no Jikenbo (TV Tokyo, 2013, ep6)
- Cleopatra na Onnatachi (NTV, 2012)
- Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger as Miu Sutou/Go-On Silver (TV Asahi, 2012, Ep 51)
- Don Quixote (NTV, 2011, ep4)
- Shaken BABY! (Fuji TV, 2010)
- Buzzer Beat (Fuji TV, 2009)
- Engine Sentai Go-Onger as Miu Sutou/Go-On Silver (TV Asahi, 2008)
- Coin Locker Monogatari as Asami Kiwa (TV Asahi, 2008, ep2)
- Boys Esté as Shizuka Koiwai (TV Tokyo, 2007)
- Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: GinmakuBang!! (2010 Toei) as Miu Sutōu/Go-On Silver
- Engine Sentai Go-Onger vs. Gekiranger (2009 Toei) as Miu Sutōu/Go-On Silver
- Mutant Girls Squad (2010 Nikkatsu)
- Spring and Fall Frog Prince [春と秋のカエルの王子] (June 2008 Web Drama)
- Engine Sentai Go-Onger: Boom Boom! Bang Bang! GekijōBang!! (2008 Toei) as Miu Sutōu/Go-On Silver
- 100 Scene no Koi (100 Love Scenes) [100シーンの恋] (2007 Mobile Drama)
Aside from singing character portrayal songs in Engine Sentai Go-Onger, Sugimoto has expressed an interest in producing music. She released her debut single, "Harukoi", composed by Tomosuke Funaki, on February 17, 2010.
- Harukoi Hana Taipu (ハルコイ 花タイプ?) (released February 17, 2010)
- She grew up in Tennoji, Osaka.