Pongpat Wachirabunjong

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Pongpat Wachirabunjong
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Born (1961-09-02) September 2, 1961 (age 55)
Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand
Occupation Actor, singer, film director
Spouse(s) Tanya Sophon

Pongpat Wachirabunjong (Thai: พงษ์พัฒน์ วชิรบรรจง; rtgsPhongphat Wachirabanchong) is a Thai singer, actor and film director.

He is well known in Thailand for his role in the action films Heaven's Seven and Seven Street Fighters, as the red-shorts-clad Sergeant Dab Jampoh.

In addition to his film roles, he has acted in many lakorns (Thai soap operas), and is a popular singer.

Pongpat made his debut as a director in 2007 with the critically acclaimed drama film, Me ... Myself.


As actor[edit]

Year Title Role
1998 Anda kub Fahsai Anda's father
2001 The Legend of Suriyothai Somdet Phra Chairachathirat
2002 7 pra-jan-barn (Heaven's Seven) Sergeant Dab Jampoh
2003 One Night Husband Chat
2003 Belly of the Beast Mongkol
2004 Sagai United Coach
2004 The Overture Lieutenant Colonel Veera
2005 7 pra-jan barn phaak 2 (Seven Street Fighters Sergeant Dab Jampoh
2005 Seua khaap daap (The Tiger Blade) Kaoyot
2007 Opapatika Thuwachit
2008 Chocolate No.8
2008 Ong Bak 2 N/A
2012 Nuer Mek 2 Sergeant Saming
2013 Khun Chai Rachanon TBA

As director[edit]

Year Title Notes
2007 Me ... Myself Directorial debut
2008 Happy Birthday In development


Pongpat released several albums during the late 1980s and early 1990s with the now-defunct label Kita Records. His first album was pop rock, while his later records were more rock-oriented. Some of his better-known songs include Tua Samrong (ตัวสำรอง), Ik Nan (อีกนาน), Fun Fuen (ฟั่นเฟือน), Chai Naklaeng (ใจนักเลง), and Mai Ru Ni Wa (ไม่รู้นี่หว่า).

After a long time away from the music scene, on 22 January 2007, he rejoined fellow artists from the same label for a concert called the "Kita Back To The Future Concert".[1]


Below is a list of Pongpat's studio releases. It does not include various collection albums.[2]

  • Pongpat (พงษ์พัฒน์) (1988)
  • Pongpat Phak 2 (พงษ์พัฒน์ ภาค 2) (1989)
  • Pongpat Phak Phitsadan (พงษ์พัฒน์ ภาคพิสดาร) (1990)
  • Pongpat Phak 3 (พงษ์พัฒน์ ภาค 3) (1991)
  • Rock Ni Wa (ร็อคนี่หว่า) (1992)
  • Nakak Rock (หน้ากากร็อค) (1994)
  • 101-7-Yan Rock (101-7-ย่านร็อค) (1995)


  1. ^ Kita Back To The Future Concert reported by Siam Zone (Thai)
  2. ^ Pongpat Biography (Mthai Club) (Thai)

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