Sukosol Clapp Krissada

Krissada Sukosol Clapp

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  • First Name: Krissada
  • Family Name: Sukosol Clapp
  • Native name: กฤษดา สุโกศล แคลปป์
  • Also Known as: Krissada Terrence; Noi S. Clapp; Noi Pru; Noi Wongpru; Noi; น้อย;
  • Nationality: Thai
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: December 26, 1970
  • Age: 49

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Krissada Sukosol Clapp

Sukosol Clapp Krissada

  • Name: Sukosol Clapp Krissada
  • Native name: กฤษดา สุโกศล แคลปป์
  • Also Known as: Krissada Terrence; Noi S. Clapp; Noi Pru; Noi Wongpru; Noi; น้อย;
  • Nationality: Thai
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: December 26, 1970
  • Age: 49
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. n 2001, he formed the band Pru with his older brother, guitarist-producer Kamol Sukosol. The band releases records on BEC-TERO's Bakery Music label, distributed through BMG Sony Music Entertainment (Thailand). Pru received the favorite band (Thailand) award at the 2002 MTV Asia Awards. The band built its reputation on its live shows, which feature the lanky, active Noi as lead singer. He dances athletically around the stage, and in one incident, he jumped up to a giant speaker, fell, and broke his leg. The band still performed while Noi's leg was in a cast, however. Noi still danced, sitting on a chair and using just his upper body to dance the same routines. Noi was among the Thai artists performing in The Ramakien: A Rak Opera on July 28–30, 2006 at the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, a rock opera adaptation of the Ramakien national epic. He broke into film acting in 2003, playing a leading role in The Adventure of Iron Pussy, co-directed by Michael Shaowanasai and Apichatpong Weerasethakul. The film was a parody and an homage to the Thai action films and musicals of the 1970s that starred Mitr Chaibancha and Petchara Chaowarat. In 2004, he starred in the musical-comedy, Bangkok Loco, playing a musician endowed with mystical rock-drumming powers.
In 2006, he portrayed salesman who must undertake a series of 13 degrading and dangerous stunts to win 100 million baht in 13 Beloved (13 เกมสยอง). He won best actor awards for the role, at the Thailand National Film Association Awards, the Starpics Awards and from the Bangkok Critics Assembly.
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2016 Khun Phan
Thai Movie, 2016,
(Main Role)
Main Role
6.7
2013 Pawn Shop
Thai Movie, 2013,
Neung (Main Role)
Neung
Main Role
0.0
2012 Gangster
Thai Movie, 2012,
Jod Haodi (Main Role)
Main Role
8.0
2010 The Holy Man 3
Thai Movie, 2010,
Luang Phii Noi (Main Role)
Main Role
6.8
2009 Happiness of Kati
Thai Movie, 2009,
Uncle Kant (Support Role)
Uncle Kant
Support Role
0.0
2008 A Moment In June
Thai Movie, 2008,
[The Best Man] (Main Role)
[The Best Man]
Main Role
0.0
2006 13 Beloved
Thai Movie, 2006,
Phuchit Puengnathong (Main Role)
Main Role
7.1
2004 Bangkok Loco
Thai Movie, 2004,
Bay (Main Role)
Bay
Main Role
7.4
2003 The Adventure of Iron Pussy
Thai Movie, 2003,
Tang (Support Role)
Tang
Support Role
8.2
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