Article: Famous Stars From Thai Entertainment Industry

Japanese, Cantonese, and Mandarin pop artists dominated the Asian cultural landscape in the 1980s and 1990s. The Hallyu wave swept the globe in the last ten years. It appears that Thailand is ready to take center stage after numerous Thai blockbusters, such as Pee Mak and Bad Genius, achieved enormous popularity on the international scene.

1. Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying

The actress, known affectionately as "Aokbab," began her modeling career at the tender age of 15. In 2013, she made history by being the first Thai model featured in Harper's Bazaar UK. Aokbab successfully moved to act, receiving critical acclaim for her performance as Lynn in the high school thriller "Bad Genius." Aokbab, 21, had her acting debut with this role, yet she was still able to wow the critics with it, earning her the Screen International Rising Star Asia award at the 16th New York Asian Film Festival.

2. Davika Hoorne

Davika Hoorne is the Instagram queen in Thai showbiz, with over 6 million followers. The 25-year-old actress shot to popularity after appearing in the box office hits "Pee Mak" and "Heart Attack," two romantic comedies. The fashion icon may be spotted in the front row of events like Victoria's Secret fashion show when she is not busy performing.

3. Naphat Siangsomboon

Naphat, a Thai actress and the son of Pimpaka Siangsomboon, who finished second in the 1988 Miss Thailand World competition, is a talented actor. The stylish 21-year-old appeared in his first television advertisement for Nivea for Men. After appearing in a commercial for Thai travel retailer King Power, he quickly gained notoriety. Since then, the endearing actor has secured prominent parts in drama serials like "Rak Kan Panlawan" and films like "A Gift." Naphat manages to squeeze time for his love of the arts despite his busy schedule, enrolling in the Communication Design degree at Mahidol University International College.

4. Chanathip Songkrasin

One of Thai football's best hopes is Chanatip. His offensive style and dribbling have earned him the nickname "Messi J." He currently plays on loan for Consadole Sapporo in the higher Japanese J-League while representing the well-liked Muangthong United. Followers may look inside a Thai football star's life in Thailand and Japan and his interactions with his famous partner May Pitchanart.

5. Sutatta Udomsilp

In the adolescent drama Hormones, which focused on the struggles of high school students navigating the dangerous road to maturity, PunPun, a star since her teenage years, gained support from older generations and younger students who could identify with her character. She has since made numerous further TV appearances and has continued her studies.

6. Patchrapa Chaichua

Aum Patchrapa is one of Thailand's most popular stars, having 8.3 million followers. She won the best actress in 2003 and 2006 for her performance in So Sanae Ha. She has won the title of the sexiest lady in Thailand three times. She is a multi-talented woman who owns a restaurant and an accessories store. She was the first Thai celebrity to introduce a French-made perfume.

7. Pakorn Chatborirak

Boy Pakorn, a strikingly gorgeous guy, rose to fame in the public's eyes after playing the lead characters in the plays Wayupak Montra and Roy-Marn. Since being associated with Thai Channel 3, he has acted in various TV series, films, and commercials. He has also offered his significant abilities to voice acting.

8. Mario Maurer

Thai-German Mario was approached on the street and urged to try modeling, and he hasn't looked back since. Following modeling, he transitioned into acting, and due to his quick ascent, he became the lead in Pee Mak, the highest-grossing Thai movie ever. He is a devotee of skateboarding and hip hop and has since become the Thai face of various businesses.

9. Nittha Jirayungyurn

Before making her big screen debut in the film "One Day," in which she co-stars with Ter Chantavit, the statuesque actress had starred in several Thai television dramas. Mew has been seen everywhere in Thailand, from fronting shampoo advertisements to appearing on the covers of fashion magazines, long before she won over regional audiences with the blockbuster single "One Day."

10. Teeradon Supapunpinyo

This 20-year-old actor doesn't have much clout with over a million Instagram followers. The Thammasat University student who studies journalism and mass communication started his acting career after participating in "Hormones: The Next Gen," a contest to find new talent organized by Nadao Bangkok. James has since made several TV appearances. He appeared in "Bad Genius" as a pampered kid who participates in a test-cheating scam, marking his first appearance on a significant film screen.