Taksaorn Paksukcharern

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Taksaorn Paksukcharern
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Born (1980-10-27) October 27, 1980 (age 37)
Bangkok, Thailand
Other names Aff
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997 - present
Spouse(s) Songkran Tejanarong (m. 2012; div. 2017)

Taksaorn Paksukcharern (Thai: ทักษอร ภักดิ์สุขเจริญ; RTGS: Thaksa-on Phaksukcharoen) is a Thai actress and model who has starred in several lakorns. She is known for her roles in the 2008 version of Jam Loey Rak as well as the title character in Wanida (2010), which won best Foreign Series at the International Drama Festival in Tokyo. She graduate BA from CU [1]

Education[edit]

  • Elementary: Patai Udom Suksa School
  • Secondary: Rajinibon School
  • Bachelor's degree in communication of art at Chulalongkorn University

Credits[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Mit Chaibancha MayaCheevit (with Akara Amarttayakul)
  • Risaya (with Job Nithi) (2003)
  • Phoo Chai Mue Song (with Chai Chattayodom Hiranyatthiti) (2004)
  • Puen Rak (with Karunpon Tieansuwan) (2005)
  • Mon Rak Lottery (with Worrawech Danuwong) (2006)
  • Tee Takul Song (with Gig Danai) (2006)
  • Jom Jai (with Dom Hetrakul) (2007)
  • Meuh Dok Rak Ban (with Mart Krissada) (2007)
  • Jam Leoy Rak (with Aum Atichart) (2008)
  • Botan Gleep Sudtai (with Aum Atichart) (2008)
  • Jai Rao (with Ken Theeradej Wongpuapan) (2008)
  • Prajan See Roong (with Bie Sukrit Wisetkaew) (2009)
  • Namtan Mai (with Aum Atichart) (2009)
  • Wanida (with Tik Jesdaporn Pholdee) (2010)
  • Roy Mai (with Aum Atichart) (2011)
  • Rak Prakasit (with Natthawut Skidjai) (2012)

Film[edit]

  • King Naresuan Part I: Hongsawadee's Hostage (January 18, 2007)
  • King Naresuan Part II: Reclamation of Sovereignty (February 15, 2007)
  • Bangkok Traffic Love Story (2009)
  • King Naresuan Part III: Naval Battle (2011)
  • King Naresuan Part IV: The Nanda Bayin War (2011)
  • King Naresuan Part V: Elephant Battle (2014)
  • King Naresuan Part VI: The end of Hong Sa (2015)

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Personal life[edit]

In 2012, she married a police officer, Songkran Taechanarong but in 2017 she divorce with him.

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