Jennie Panhan (1986)

Jennie Panhan (1986)

Other Name: วัชระ สุขชุม เจนนี่ ปาหนัน เจนนี่ เทยเที่ยวไทย Watchara Sukchum Khun Jennie

Age: 38

Birthday: October, 30, 1986

Nationality: Songkhla, Thailand

Height: 0 CM

Jennie Panhan, is an actress, comedian and TV hostess raised in Songkhla. Jennie is the child of Police Lieutenant Colonel Satcha Sukchum and Mrs. Manchusuk Sukchum.

Jennie got her nickname from the 1996 Thai film 'Jenny' and later "Panhan" while working for Channel V Thailand, which she said sounded like a beautiful southern girl.

Jennie received her primary education from Saeng Thong Witthaya School and secondary education from Hat Yai College. While she originally wanted to take up communication arts, she went on to graduate with a bachelor's degree in French from the Faculty of Archeology at Silpakorn University.

She started in the entertainment industry with Trasher Bangkok, a Bangkok-based theme party organizer, where she was part of their parody videos. One of which was her parody of Katy Perry's The One That Got Away music video which caught Perry's attention. As her parody videos went viral, this opened several opportunities for her among which was being an assistant producer for Channel V Thailand and later on, as part of GMM Grammy's Bang channel (defunct).

In 2016, she became one of the main hosts of GMMTV's 'Thoei Thiao Thai' alongside "Golf" Kittipat Chalaruk, "Godji" Tatchakorn Boonlapayanan, and "Pompam" Niti Chaichitathorn (who later changed from a main host to an occasional special host). As an artist under GMMTV, she's had acting roles in several series such as 3 Will Be Free (2019) in which she plays a waitress looking to avenge the death of her gangster boyfriend.

Panhan was also one of the main hosts of the shows "Let's Play Challenge" (2016), "#TEAMGIRL" (2017). She's currently a co-host on the talk show "Talk with ToeyS."

(Source: Wikipedia)

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