Thanapob Leeratanakachorn

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Thanapob Leeratanakachorn (Thai: ธนภพ ลีรัตนขจร) also known by his nickname Tor, is a Thai actor, model and singer. His most notable dramas and films are May Who? (2015), Hormones: The Series (2013/2014), Stupid Cupid The Series (2015), Leh Lub Salub Rarng (2017), In Family We Trust (2018) and Hua Jai Sila (2019). In 2018, he became a member of the Thailand boy group "9x9" (Nine by Nine or 9by9).

Thanapob Leeratanakachorn
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Nutthanun Leeluttanakachorn

(1994-02-14) February 14, 1994 (age 26)
Other names
  • Phongsakorn
  • Tor
EducationKasetsart University (BS)
  • Actor
  • Model
  • Singer
Years active2011–present
AgentNadao Bangkok (2011–present)
Height1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)

Early life and educationEdit

Thanapop was born on February 14, 1994, and is the youngest child of three in a Thai Chinese family. His Chinese surname is Li(李).[1] He is the son of Chatchawan and Areeya Leeratanakajorn and has two brothers. He studied at Adventist Ekkamai School, then joined Kasetsart University, where he studied his undergraduate at the Department of Packaging and Materials Technology, Faculty of Agro-Industry.[2] Thanapop graduated with Bachelor of Science in Packaging Technology from Kasetsart University on November 20, 2017.

Thanapop started his career in entertainment by performing in music videos like, It's time to listen by Da-Endorphine. His debut as an actor was in the Club Friday: the Series episode "Once in memory." In 2013, Thanapob was then cast in the popular Thai TV show, Hormones: The Series directed by Songyos Sugmakanan, playing the role of Phai.[3] His role as Phai became his first notable role, growing his popularity.[4]


In 2014 addition to his role as Phai in Hormones: the Series 2, he took on the role of Tan in the mystery thriller film The Swimmers. The film is about two best friends who are in the high school swim team. The Swimmers was directed by Sopon Sukdapisitn.

In 2015 Thanapob appeared in season 5 of Club Friday: The Series, Kwam Rub 6/3, Love o-net, Hormones 3 as a guest, and then he joined the Stupid Cupid The Series. In the same year, he starred in his third film May Who?, where he played the main role with Sutatta Udomsilp and Thiti Mahayotaruk, which premiered on October 1, 2015.[5]

In 2016, Thanapob starred in I See You: the Series as Dr. Mean, and in O-Negative as Puen, both shows ran on the GMM25 network.

In 2017, Thanapob played Denchong in The Cupid's Series: Kamathep Parbman. He also took on the role of Gym in the Project S: The Series. He joined the cast of Leh Lub Salub Rarng playing a supporting role as Arkom. The series also aired in the Philippines. It is a drama about a high-profile Special Ops Officer, Ramin, who looks down on women and a popular superstar actress who is arrogant and ungrateful.

Nine by Nine

In 2018, Thanapob joined the Thai boy group Nine by Nine.[6] A project developed to create an idol group that would act in a TV series and produce a studio album under 4nologue. Thanapob is one of nine members in the group. In September 2018, he joined his fellow members in the Thai TV series, In Family We Trust, where he took on the role of Yi.[7][8]

In 2019 saw Thanapob take on the lead role in the Thai TV Series, Hua Jai Sila on One31.


Thanapob is a member of Nine by Nine. He completed an intensive dance performance training along his fellow Nine by Nine members.[9] In November 2018, Nine by Nine dropped their mini-album En-Route. Thanapob then joined his fellow members on three tours, performing concerts across Thailand.[10] As a member of Nine by Nine, Thanapob has sang 'Night Light', 'Hypnotize', 'Shouldn't, 'The Lucky One' and 'Eternity'.

Personal lifeEdit

Thanapob is in a relationship with Khaenapha Larpveroj (Meen). She works outside the entertainment industry as a flight attendant. They have been together for nearly 10 years.[11]



Year Title Role Notes
2013 Mary is happy, Mary is happy Pakorn
2014 The Swimmers Tan
2015 May Who? Fame
2020 One For The Road
2021 Ghost Lab [12]

Television seriesEdit

Year Title Role Network Notes
2012 Club Friday The Series 1 Tor (Num Nam Dang) Green Channel
2013 Hormones Phai GMM ONE
2014 Hormones 2 GMM 25
2015 Club Friday The Series Season 5: Kwam Rub 6/3 Tee GMM 25
Hormones 3 Phai (Ep. 13) ONE 31 Cameo
Stupid Cupid The Series Takeshi (Young) GMM 25 Cameo
2016–2017 O-Negative Yuttakarn Kanchanavipu (Puen)
2016 I See You: The Series Pramate Phattharaphongsa (Dr.Mean)
2017 Kammathep Papmarn DanChon Channel 3
Project S The Series Sakiya Piriroj (Yim) GMM 25 Side by Side
Leh Lub Salub Rarng Arkom Channel 3
Project S The Series Sakiya Piriroj (Yim) (Cameo) GMM 25 Shoot! I Love You
2018 In Family We Trust Asawa Suriyapirot (Yi) ONE 31
2019 Hua Jai Sila Sila Wisetworawet / Aran Ritthinatkosol (Tor/Si)
Project 17: Side By Side Sakiya Piriroj (Yim) Youku Cameo
The Stranded Northern group Netflix Cameo
2020 Kor Kerd Mai Klai Klai Ter Thing / Thichink ONE 31 [13]

Web seriesEdit

Year Title Role Network Notes
2014 Beloved soup Tor Thanapob YouTube
2017 My secret friend OPPO R9s / Ai Na YouTube


  • Hormones Day Hormones Night Distracted by the evening (2013)
  • Green Concert # 17 Love Scenes Love Songs (2014)
  • Very handsome. Concert (2015)
  • Magic James The Concert (Invited) (2015)
  • Star Theque GTH 11-year light concert (2015)


  • Good Luck Friends (โชคดีนะเพื่อน) (Cover Version) (2014)[14]
  • Just this man (Not a magician) เพียงชายคนนี้ (ไม่ใช่ผู้วิเศษ) – lol mak mak artists (2015)[15]
  • NIGHT LIGHT – Nine By Nine (2018)[16]
  • Hypnotize – Nine By Nine (2018)[17]
  • ผู้โชคดี (The Lucky One) (Ost.Great Men Academy) – Nine By Nine (2019)[18]
  • Shouldn't be found (Shouldn't) ไม่น่าเจอเลย (Shouldn't) – Nine By Nine (2019)[19]
  • Eternity – Nine By Nine (2019)[20]
  • Her Heart (หัวใจของเธอ) (Cover Version) (2019) (Original Sukrit Wisetkaew), Ost. Hua Jai Sila (2019)[21]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2013 OK Awards The man that women want to be with Won
2nd Kerd Award Born scorching Hormones Won
2014 Bang Music Awards Favorite MV star If nostalgia can kill people Nominated
Zen Stylish Awards A man with outstanding style of the year Won
Siam Star Stars Awards 2014 Male rising star Hormones Won
Kazz Awards 2014 Hot new male stars Won
2015 OK Awards Favorite Media Nominated
Maya Awards 2015 Best Couple Award with Supassara Thanachart Hormones Nominated
Royal Award Phra Suraswadi Outstanding male rising star silver doll The Swimmers Won
Children with High Gratitude to Mother for 2015 Won
2016 25th Bangkok Critics Assembly Best Supporting Actor May Who? Nominated
6th Thai Film Director Award Won
Kazz Awards 2016 Popular Teen Celebrities (Male) Nominated
26th Suphannahong National Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Siam Dara Star Stars Awards 2016 Siam Dara Stars, Popular Stars (Male) Nominated
2017 Kazz Awards 2017 Popular teen stars (male) Nominated
Popular Vote (Male) Nominated
Rising star (male) Nominated
2018 9th Nataraj Awards Best Actor Project S The Series Won
Dara Daily Awards 2017 Best Male Actor of 2017 Nominated
2019 10th Nataraj Awards Best Supporting Actor In Family We Trust Won
Prototype Youth Awards 2019 Inspirational category Won
Star Daily Awards 2018 Best Male Actor of 2018 in a Television Series In Family We Trust Nominated
2020 16th Kom Chad Luek Award Best Actor (TV series) Hua Jai Sila Won
11th Nataraj Awards Best Actor Nominated
2nd Asia Contents Awards Best Actor In Family We Trust Nominated [22]


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