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Akara at the closing night of the 2007 Bangkok International Film Festival.
April 19, 1974 |
|Other names||Puthichai Amatayakul, Putthichai AmartTayakul|
Akara was schooled in the United States from age 11. He graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology. While back in Thailand during a holiday, he was cast by director Euthana Mukdasanit in Vithi Khonkla in 1991.
He made his debut feature film leading role in Mae bia (Snake lady), opposite Napakpapha Nakprasitte. Next was Saving Private Tootsie, portraying the young captain of a Royal Thai Army unit assigned to rescue some transvestite entertainers from a plane crash on the Myanmar border.
- Mae bia, or Snake Lady (2001)
- Saving Private Tootsie (2002)
- The King Maker (2005)
- Jom kha mung wej or Necromancer (2005)
- Loveaholic (2006)
- Muay Thai Chaiya (2007)
- The Intruder (2010)
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