Wych Kaosayananda

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Wych Kaosayananda
Born 1974 (age 42–43)
Occupation Director, producer, writer, cinematographer
Years active 1998–present

Wych Kaosayananda, also known as Wych Kaos or Kaos, is a Thai film director.

The son of Thai diplomat Kaosayananda, he lived and studied in Pakistan, where his father was posted in Islamabad as an ambassador. His directorial debut was Fah, released in 1998, which at the time was the highest-budgeted film in the history of the Thai film industry, but failed in the Thai box office.

His second film and American debut (which he directed under the shortened name "Kaos") was the 2002 thriller Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever, which upon release was widely panned by both critics and moviegoers as one of the worst films ever made. In March 2007, Rotten Tomatoes ranked the film #1 among "The Worst of the Worst" movie list.[1]

Kaosayananda's post Ballistic films include Angels, Zero Tolerance, The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone, and Tekken 2: Kazuya's Revenge.[2]


  • Fah (1998)
  • Angels (2012)
  • Zero Tolerance (2015)


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