Synonyms for krissada or Related words with krissada


Examples of "krissada"
Krissada Sukosol Clapp (born December 26, 1970, also known as Krissada Terrence, Noi S. Clapp or Noi Pru) is a Thai-American pop singer and actor. He is member of the Thai pop band Pru. His film roles include "Bangkok Loco", "The Adventure of Iron Pussy" and "13 Beloved".
Likit Gammatep (; ) is a 2007 Thai drama/comedy/romance TV series. It stars Ann Thongprasom and Krissada Pornweroj in Channel 3.
Ruk Pathiharn (; ) is a 2011 romance, comedy, and drama lakorn aired on Channel 3 starring Krissada Pornweroj, Kimberly Ann Voltemas, Chalida Vijitvongthong, and Alex Rendell.
Qi Pao (; ) is a Thai lakorn that aired on Channel 3. It features Ann Thongprasom as Paeka and Krissada Pornveroj as Jao Ming Tian.
Wan Jai Gub Nai Jom Ying (; ) is a 2010 drama/comedy/romance Thai lakorn that is aired on Channel 3. It starred Krissada Pornveroj, Louis Scott, Ekkaphong Jongkesakorn, Peeranee Kongthai, Rasri Balenciaga, and Chalida Vijitvongthong.
Pru was formed in 2001 by brothers Kamol and Krissada Sukosol Clapp, the sons of a Thai mother, Kamala Sukosol, a jazz singer and heiress of the Siam City Hotels and Resorts chain, and an American father, Terrence H. Clapp.
Krissada Sukosol Clapp (aka Noi S. Clapp; Noi Pru) is the son of a Thai mother, Kamala Sukosol, a jazz singer and heiress of the Siam City Hotels and Resorts chain, and an American father, Terrence H. Clapp. He studied anthropology at Boston University and waited tables in New York City while auditioning for theater roles. Noi was married in 2003, to Melanie Giles.
Sapai Look Tung (; ; "Country Daughter-in-law") is a Thai Romance Comedy Lakorn, produced by Channel 3, a famous Thai television channel. The lakorn starring by Mart Krissada and Janie Tienposuwan as the leading roles as well as Notable supporting cast includes: Ace Worrarit Waijeiranai, Vicky Sunisa Jett, and “Job” Nithi Samutkojorn.
Now a housekeeper in the Nareusorn Farm, here she discovers the feud between the two neighboring farms rooted in Chaiburathut (Krissada Pornweroj) because Thut saw a signed document between his father and the neighboring Sonalai farm owner, here he believes that the Sonalais are responsible for swindling money from his dad and this driving his father to his death.
Siam Hotels & Resorts is wholly owned and operated by the Sukosol family: Kamala Sukosol is president, her eldest daughter, Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi, is executive vice president; her youngest daughter, Daranee Sukosol Clapp, is vice president of finance, her youngest son, Krissada Sukosol Clapp, is a consulting designer and her eldest son, Kamol Sukosol Clapp, is director of projects. The hotel is managed by a team of Thai and multi-national hotel professionals. Siam Hotels & Resorts currently has 1,100 employees.
With its lanky, active frontman, Krissada, better known as Noi, the band quickly built a reputation on its live shows. In concerts, he would dance around the stage while singing. In one incident, he jumped up to a giant speaker, fell, and broke his leg in the process. The band still performed in some concerts while Noi's leg was still in a cast however, with him sitting on a chair and his upper body danced in the same routine.
The scene then shifts to protagonist Phuchit Puengnathong (ภูชิต พึ่งนาทอง) (Krissada Sukosol Clapp), a struggling Yamaha Corporation salesman. He arrives at a potential client's school to find that a co-worker from his firm has already made the sale. His girlfriend, Maew, has recently dumped him to become a pop star. He lives alone in a small apartment. The next morning, he finds that his car has been repossessed. He arrives at work and is called into his boss's office, and is forced to resign due to his lack of sales.
Paeka (Ann Thongprasom) a tall hardworking woman is working at the Asian Institute of Textile and Apparel in Thailand. One day she met Jao Ming Tian (Krissada Pornweroj) a handsome Chinese man and the son of Jao Wern Yeuy (Nirut Sirijanya) the owner of the 30 Qi Pao dresses that were presented for an exhibition. One of the Qi Pao dresses in the exhibition belonged to Jao Ming Tian's recently deceased wife, of whom Paeka bears an uncanny resemblance. Paeka is invited to Hong Kong by the family to investigate Wang Lee's murder.
13 Beloved ( or "13 Game Sayong", also 13: Game of Death) is a 2006 Thai horror comedy film written and directed by Chukiat Sakveerakul and starring Krissada Sukosol Clapp. The story, about a man who is led through progressively challenging, degrading, and dangerous stunts by mysterious callers from an underground reality game show, is adapted from the "13th Quiz Show" episode in the "My Mania" comic-book series by Eakasit Thairaat. It was the second feature-length film for Chukiat, who previously directed the horror film, "Pisaj".
Between "Blissfully Yours" and "Tropical Malady", Apichatpong co-directed "The Adventure of Iron Pussy" with artist Michael Shaowanasai, who starred as the main character, a transvestite secret agent, while pop singer Krissada Terrence, better known as Noi from the Thai band Pru, portrayed the male lead. The low-budget, digital movie was a spoof of Thai films of the 1960s and 1970s, particularly the musicals and action films of Mitr Chaibancha and Petchara Chaowarat. "The Adventure of Iron Pussy" was screened at the Berlin Film Festival in 2004. When asked about the film in May 2013, Apichatpong said: "I have had enough of Iron Pussy for now. I was having a good time making it but I was not inspired."
Bangkok Loco (, ) is a 2004 Thai comedy-musical-fantasy film directed by Pornchai Hongrattanaporn, written by Sompope Vejchapipat and starring Krissada Terrence. The story involves a gifted young rock drummer named Bay who commits a grisly murder and becomes a fugitive from the law. Trained by a monk in a style of drumming called the Drums of the Gods, which treats drumming as a martial art for the forces of good, he must face his opposite drummer from the dark side. The story is set in the 1970s and in a "Forrest Gump" fashion, the protagonist Bay is seen having an influence on present-day Thai popular culture. Internationally, the movie has gained a cult following because of its fantastically stylized and colorful production design and pop-culture references. The film was chosen for the "Midnight Madness" program at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival.
The story revolves around three cousins Thotsawin (Krissada Pornweroj), Chatsawin (Louis Scott), and Atsawin (Ekkaphong Jongkesakorn) who are heirs of the 5 star hotel called Siamtara. Atsawin is a well-mannered businessman who manages the marketing department for the hotel restaurant, he is also calm, sincere, and a good guy, but he has one problem - love, because he can't admit his feelings for the girl he likes. On the other hand Chatsawin is the playboy of the family who cares little of work, and is more interested in women and parties. Chatsawin's mother pushes him to work in the family business so that he can inherit the hotel from his grandmother, who is the current president of the business, but Chatvin wants to work in human resources or public relations department but his ambitious mother is against it, though she wanted Chatwin to work on their family business or something higher to get credit to his grandma. Lastly, Totsawin the eldest of the three, his father committed suicide and he feels that he is a black sheep of the family, he wants to be a cook and prove himself worthy for the family, he appears to be cold, serious, and a stern man. The leading ladies are Jomjai (Peeranee Kongthai), Kaewsai (Rasri Balenciaga), and Kun (Chalida Vijitvongthong) are three best friends who also are classmates in a local university. Jomjai's specialty is cooking, Kun is decorating and being a florist, while Kaewsai is the dessert cook. For their final semester Jomjai, Kaew, and Kun are sent to Siamtara hotel where they met the three heirs of the hotel.