Thanakrit Panichwid

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Thanakrit Panichwid
Wan AF2.jpg
Background information
Also known as Wan Thanakrit
Born (1985-08-12) 12 August 1985 (age 32)
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Genres Pop, Easy listening
Occupation(s) Singer, actor, songwriter
Years active 2005–present
Labels True Fantasia (2005–2010)
GMM Grammy (2010–present)

Thanakrit "Wan" Panichwid (Thai: ธนกฤต พานิชวิทย์, RTGSThanakrit Phanitchawit; commonly referred to by nickname and first name as Wan Thanakrit) is a Thai singer and actor. Born on August 12, 1985 in Nonthaburi, Thailand, he is best known as one of the 12 contestants of Academy Fantasia Season 2[1] and sung the official soundtrack of the Asian sleeper hit movie First Love (A Little Thing Called Love). Wan is currently a DJ at two radio stations. He's a DJ as 89Banana on Monday through Friday from 4-6PM, and at 94EFM on Saturday and Sunday at 2-5PM with Phanupol Ekpetch (Jo AF2). Aside from being a singer, actor, and a DJ, he's also a song writer. He graduate Bachelor Degree from Jankasem Rajabhat University (Faculty of Humanities and Social Science) he attending University of Bangkok for Master's Degree


Studio albums[edit]

  • Baby Hip-Pro (only sang one song, titled "Waak!!")
  • Patibatkarn Ray Kai Fun (with AF2)
  • Dream Team (with AF1 and AF2)
  • Plam Plam (with Jo AF2 and My AF2)
  • Soul Much In Love (with AF1, AF2, and AF3)
  • AF The Musical "Ngern Ngern Ngern" Soundtrack
  • Wan Soloist (Wan's first solo album/2007)
  • AF The Musical "Jojo-san" Soundtrack
  • Asoke (3rd Album/2011)



  • Peun Ruk Nak Lah Fun with AF2 (Ch.7)
  • Tang Fah Tawan Diew with Rotmay Kaneungnij Jaksamittanon (Ch.3 2006)
  • Kom Ruk Kom Sanae Ha with Rotmay Kaneungnij Jaksamittanon (Ch.ITV 2006)
  • Pok Pah Peur Mae (Ch.9 2007)
  • Fai Deurn Hah Gub Fon Deurn Hok (Ch.9 2007)
  • Ruk Nee Kiang Tawan (Ch.7 2009)
  • Tat Dao Bussaya (2009) with Rotmay Kaneungnij Jaksamittanon (Ch.3 2010)
  • Ruk Lon Lon 9 Kon 4 Ku (Modern 9 TV 2010)
  • Pla Lhai Paai Daeng with Jaja Primrata Dejudom (Ch.3 2011)
  • Mia Taeng (Ch.3 2011)


  • Yern Pay Lay Say Ma Gu Teh (2007) as Sahat
  • Before Valentine Gon Ruk...Moon Rob Tua Rao (2009) as Suthee
  • Sweety Movie (2011)


  • Honda Click
  • Phillip Light Bulb
  • 7-11


  1. ^ "The Journey of the Dream Chasers". Bangkok Post. 28 August 2010. Retrieved 27 January 2012. 

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