Bass Suradej Pinnirat (1999)

Bass Suradej Pinnirat (1999)

Other Name: บาส สุรเดช พินิวัตร์ สุรเดช พินิวัตร์ 苏拉德·皮凌瓦 Pinnirat Suradej Suradet Piniwat

Age: 25

Birthday: March, 04, 1999

Nationality: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Height: 178 CM

Suradej Pinnirat, nicknamed Bas, is a singer and actor born in Bangkok, but raised in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He has a Thai-American-Chinese ancestry, the actor Chaiyapol Julien Poupart is his cousin.

He studied at Montfort College until junior high school and moved to the Chongfaxin Shengvanichbamrung School, a bilingual private school (Thai-Chinese), but when Bas decided to quit as a table tennis player and become an actor, he switched to GED (General Educational Development). He is currently studying at the Faculty of Communication Arts, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.

He is very good at playing guitar and learned to play piano. He was a youth tennis player at District 5 Representative (Northern Region). At that time, Bas was participating in table tennis at 'Thailand National Youth Games', where was runner-up 2. But was replaced later So he decided to change the path from sports career to becoming a singer-actor.

When he was disappointed by the national team's absence, Bas chose to leave school and come to Bangkok to become an actor. In the first place, Bas was often given a main extra role, so it wasn't very well known. He lived in Bangkok alone so hard. He was eventually selected as one of the lead actors in the Thai BL drama '2Moons: The Series' (2017), getting popular.

After, he appeared as the main character of the Thai short film 'The Right One' (2018), where he gave life to Bas, a young man who after being rejected by the love of his life, Maple, for looking very 'gay', tries to hide it. That same year he joined the recurring cast of the Chinese series 'Cinderella Chef' where he played Prince Ming Ja.

He debuted in February 2018 as a vocalist in thai boy group SBFIVE along Tae Darvid, Kimmon Varodom, Tee Tanapol and Copter Panuwat.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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