Katreeya English

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Katreeya English
แคทรียา อิงลิช
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Background information
Born (1976-09-04) September 4, 1976 (age 38)
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Genres Pop, Thai pop
Occupation(s) singer, actress, model
Labels GMM Grammy (1999-2009)

Katreeya "Kat" English (Thai: แคทรียา อิงลิช) is a British-Thai Singer,[1] actress, model. She is a Eurasian or Luk kreung, with British father and Thai mother, and is also fluent in both Thai and English.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Other Albums[edit]

  • 2007 – Show Girls (group)
  • 2007 - Lei Rai Ubai Ruk (soundtrack)
  • 2006 - Perd Floor (collaboration with Bird Thongchai McIntyre)
  • 2005 – Tiwa Hula Hula (group)
  • 2005 – Ruk Bussaba (soundtrack)
  • 2003 – Fan Jaa Sanit Gun Laow Jaa (collaboration with Bird Thongchai McIntyre)
  • 2002 – Choot Rub Kak (collaboration with Bird Thongchai McIntyre)
  • 2002 – 2002 Ratree (group composed of China Dolls, YaYa Ying and Jennifer Politanon)
  • 2001 – Cheer (group)
  • 2001 – Mos Kat (duet)
  • 2000 - Sao Noi (soundtrack)

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Films
Year Title Role Studio
1992 A-nueng Kit-teung por Sang-keb Five Stars Production
Chem laew kor Cham

Television Series[edit]

Television Series
Year Title Role Network
1993 Khun Ying Jom Kaen Lady Kantima Channel 3
1994 Nam Sai Jai Jing Cream Channel 7
Kaw Pluek Kasatha Channel 7
1995 Sakawduen Sakawduen Channel 3
1997 Kemarin Intira Intira Channel 5
Salakjid Salakjid Channel 3
Sao Sai Hi-tech Reung-Rin Channel 3
My Love, Katreeya Charlette Channel 3
1998 Ruam Ngan Rak Channel 3
Nang Bap Lai Thong Channel 7
1999 Wimarn Mekkala (Paradise Land) Mekkala Channel 7
Pungnee Chan Ja Rak Khun (Tomorrow, I'll Love You) Ni-aorn Channel 7
2001 Kon Song Kom Nattamon Channel 5
2002 Sao Noy Nai Takeangkeaw (Genie in a Bottle) Genie / Jintana Channel 7
2005 Budtsaba Krab Phom (Lady's Boy) Budtsaba Channel 3
Lei Rai Ubai Ruk (Tricks of Love) Parissa Channel 7
2010 Fad Na Ya (Twins) Pang / Prang Channel 3
2011 Duang-Ta Sawarn (Heaven's Eyes) Pan Dunna Channel 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ground control to J Jetrin". The Nation. Retrieved 16 August 2012. 

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