Sornram Teppitak

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Sornram Teppitak
Sornram in 90s.jpg
Sornram in 90s
Born (1973-08-22) 22 August 1973 (age 45)
Bangkok, Thailand
Occupation Actor
Screenwriter
Film Director
Years active 1993–present
Sornram Teppitak
Military service
Allegiance  Thailand
Service/branch Royal Thai Army
Years of service 2000-2002
Rank RTA OR-3 (Lance Corporal).svg Private 1st Class[1]

Sornram Teppitak (Thai: ศรราม เทพพิทักษ์, RTGSSon-ram Thepphi-thak; also spelled as "Sornram Theppitak"; born August 22, 1973 in Thonburi side,[2] Bangkok, Thailand or nickname Num or Noom (Thai: หนุ่ม; RTGSNum) is a Thai actor and Thai pop singer. He has appeared in several notable lakorns, including: Dao pra sook with Suvanant Kongying which he played the role of Phak. He began acting at an adolescent age. His films include Garuda (Paksa wayu) and First Flight. He got Bachelor in Social Science from Ramkhamhaeng University. He was the highest paid Thai actor. Khun Poh Rub-Jang (Daddy for Hire) and Duang Jai Patiharn (Miracle of the Heart) are some of his notable lakorns.

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