Here are 1 famous actors from Thailand died in 2001:
Jaran Manopet (January 1, 1955 Chiang Mai Province-September 3, 2001 Lamphun Province) a.k.a. Jaran Manopetch was a Thai actor and singer-songwriter.
Jaran started his career as a singer in the 1970s and became a popular performer known for his melodious tunes and charismatic personality. He released many hit songs, including "Mae Kha Som Tam" and "Doo Nee Tee Tur Mai Roo Wie Ter" which topped the charts in Thailand.
Apart from singing, Jaran also ventured into acting and starred in several movies and TV dramas. He showcased his versatility as an actor and received critical acclaim for his performances. Some of his notable works include "Pasa Chaowarat" and "Yang Sip-Ek".
Jaran was a beloved icon in Thailand's entertainment industry and was deeply missed by his fans when he passed away in 2001 at the age of 46 due to lung cancer. He was a true legend in Thai music and his contributions to the art will always be remembered.
Jaran Manopet was born on January 1, 1955, in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand, and grew up in Lamphun Province. He discovered his love for music at a young age and started performing in his hometown before moving to Bangkok to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Jaran's talent as both a singer and actor made him a household name in Thailand. He won several awards over the course of his career, including Best National Male Vocalist and Best Actor.
Aside from his work in the entertainment industry, Jaran was also known for his humanitarian efforts. He established a foundation to help children with disabilities and regularly participated in charity events to raise funds for various causes. In 2000, he was honored with the "Star with a Heart" award for his contributions to society.
Jaran's legacy continues to live on through his music and films. His songs are still frequently played on the radio, and his performances are still remembered by his fans. He is regarded as one of the most influential artists in the history of Thai music and his impact on the industry is still felt today.