Udom Taepanich

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Udom Taepanich
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Born (1968-09-01) September 1, 1968 (age 51)
Chonburi, Thailand
ResidenceBangkok
OccupationComedian, Writer, Artist
Height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)

Udom Taepanich (Thai: อุดม แต้พานิช; RTGSUdom Taepanich), also known by the nickname Note (Thai: โน้ต), is a stand-up comedian, artist and writer. He was named as One of the best Persons of the Century in Performing Arts by Nation Publishing Group in 2000. He is well known as Diew 1-12 (Stand Up Comedy).

Biography[edit]

Udom Taepanich was born on September 1, 1968, in Chonburi, Thailand. He is the son of Tongsuk Arilon and Somjit Taepanich and the second of three children. Since being a member of the Yutthakarn Kayubnguek Team in 1993, Udom Taepanich has been a success in the entertainment field. He later decided to exit the team and his television show. In 1995, he started a live stand-up comedy series called "Diew", and as of August 2017, there are eleven shows in the Diew series. He then made a one off show called "Moo" which was him and other Thai celebrities doing stand-up and also performing their arts. He is one of the most famous comedians in Thailand and his shows are always best sellers.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stand-up Comedian "Nose" Udom Taepanich, BKNews".

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