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24 September 1980 |
|Other names||Woranuch Wongsawan|
|Occupation||Film and television actress, model|
Woranuch Bhirombhakdi (Thai: วรนุช ภิรมย์ภักดี; rtgs: Woranut Phiromphakdi), née Wongsawan (Thai: วรนุช วงษ์สวรรค์), or usually known by her nickname Nune (Thai: นุ่น; rtgs: Nun) is a Thai actress in Thai soap operas (lakorn) and films. Her first lakorn role is Pob Pee Fa which is the scariest role of all her lakorn.
She made her feature film debut in the 2005 Thai Choem (Thai: เฉิ่ม), or Midnight My Love, directed by Kongdej Jaturanrasamee. She portrayed Nual a "masseuse" working in a Bangkok massage parlour who forms a relationship with downtrodden cab driver, Bati, played by Petchtai Wongkamlao. Nune has received many awards for her roles in her lakorns, including the "Top Awards 2004, Best Leading Actress award" for the lakorn Mae Ai Sa-uen. Nune also co-hosts the show Thi Ni Mo Chit.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Suandusit University.
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