Chintara Sukapatana

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Chintara Sukapatana
Born
Chittima Sukapatana

(1965-01-22) January 22, 1965 (age 53)
Other namesMam
EducationBachelor in Business Administration, Krirk University, Master in Public Administration student, Krirk University
Occupationactress
Years active1984 - Present
Height1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)

Chintara Sukapatana (Thai: จินตหรา สุขพัฒน์; RTGSChintara Sukkhaphat), born Chittima Sukapatana (Thai: จิตติมาฆ์ สุขพัฒน์; RTGSChittima Sukkhaphat, on January 22, 1965 in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand), nickname Mam (Thai: แหม่ม; RTGSMaem), is a successful multi-award Thai film actress.[1] Her best-known role was as Trinh in the 1987 Hollywood film, Good Morning, Vietnam, in which she co-starred opposite Robin Williams.[1][2][3] At the time, she had a Bachelor in Business Administration and was a Master in Public Administration student at Krirk University.[4]

Filmography[edit]

  • Lee (1985)
  • Song Phi Nong (1985)
  • Kaew Krang Dong (1985)
  • The Couple (1986)
  • Legal Wife (1986)
  • Trouble Makers (1986)
  • One Heart (1986)
  • Jealousy (Raeng Hueang) (1986)
  • Duang Jai Krazip Rak (1986)
  • Scholar Maid (1986)
  • Love Letter (1986)
  • Phai Sanae Ha (1987)
  • Promise (1987)
  • Lang Kha Daeng (1987)
  • Relatives (1987)
  • U & Me 1 (1987)
  • Duay Klaw (1987)
  • Love (1987)
  • Victim (1987)
  • With Love (1987)
  • Sarasin Bridge (1987)
  • Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)
  • Something About “Art” 1 (1988)
  • Karn (1988)
  • Accidental Love (1988)
  • Khu Kam (1988)
  • Virgin Market (1988)
  • Boonchu 1 (1988)
  • Senior (1988)
  • U & Me 2 (1988)
  • Something About “Art” 2 (1989)
  • Silhouette Of God (1989)
  • Mean Teacher (1989)
  • Chai Laew Lud Lei (1989)
  • Fallen Angel (1989)
  • Boonchu 2 (1989)
  • Yim Nid Kid Thoa Rai (1989)
  • New Rich (1989)
  • Suthee (1989)
  • The Musicians (1989)
  • Southern Sea (1990)
  • Nang-Eye (1990)
  • Boonchu 5 (1990)
  • Class 44 (1990)
  • Boonchu 6 (1991)
  • Dog (1991)
  • Sir Ghost (1991)
  • Nothing Can Stop (1992)
  • Phiang Rao Mi Rao (1992)
  • Teacher “Chan Ram” (1992)
  • Cha Ku Rak Kot Nong Hai Kong Lok (1992)
  • Cha Yai Cha Yo Ko Pho Rao (1992)
  • I Miss You (1992)
  • Somsri #422 R. (1992)
  • Hor Hue Hue (1992)
  • Kot Kho Kan Waeo
  • Boonchu 7 (1992)
  • Somsri Ii (1992)
  • Muen And Rid (1993)
  • High School Life 1 (1993)
  • Once Upon a Time (1994)
  • Boonchu 8 (1994)
  • Somsri Iii (1994)
  • High School Life 2 (1995)
  • Satang (1995)
  • Feng Shui (2003)
  • Chue Chop Chuan Harueang (2003)
  • Dek hor (2006)
  • Boonchu 7 (2008)
  • Bittersweet BoydPod The Short Film (2008)
  • Love, Not Yet (2011)

Television[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Legend of จินตหรา" (in Thai).
  2. ^ Vincent Canby (December 23, 1987), "Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)", The New York Times
  3. ^ "Robin Williams' Thai co-star recalls happy moments on 'Vietnam' set". coconuts.co. Aug 13, 2014.
  4. ^ Biography Archived 2012-03-30 at the Wayback Machine. (in Thai)

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