Actress, TV Host, Model
Dao from Hormones: The Series
Movies and TV shows
Hormones, ATM: Er Rak Error
Kemisara Paladesh, Sutatta Udomsilp, Ungsumalynn Sirapatsakmetha, Gunn Junhavat, Pachara Chirathivat
live fon sananthachat thanapatpisal 16 7 30
Sananthachat Thanapatpisal (ศนันธฉัตร ธนพัฒน์พิศาล), previously named Chamaiphon Thirasak (ชไมพร ธีระศักดิ์) or known as Fon (ฝน), is a Thai actress who is notably known for her role as Dao in Hormones: The Series.
- live fon sananthachat thanapatpisal 16 7 30
- Personal Life
- Hormones The Series and Popularity
In August 2016, Fon Sananthachat graduated from the Faculty of Liberal Arts of Mahidol University with a Bachelor of Arts in English degree.
In February 2017, she recently launched her first brand called "FOND" (FOND.bkk), which primarily markets ladies footwear.
Fon Sananthachat debuted in the entertainment industry in 2012 where she took part in the drama Muad Ohpas 2 and See Sahai Sabai Dee. She also played cameo roles in two movies ATM: Er Rak Error and Seven Something respectively. In 2013, she was casted in the mega hit drama Hormones: The Series where she was given the role of Dao, one of the lead characters in the series.
In 2014, Fon was casted in the school-horror drama, ThirTEEN Terrors alongside with some of the Hormones Series ensemble, in which she played as "Vee" for the first episode entitled "Wanida". She also reprised her role as Dao for the second installment of Hormones: The Series where she developed a love line with co-actress Belle Kemisara Paladesh depicting the homosexuality and same-sex relationship issues among teenagers.
In 2015, she played for the third and final installment of the Hormones franchise. The characters of Fon and Belle were the only ones maintained from the original cast to depict the "graduation" of the previous characters from the series set and to give way to a new set of characters who will take new lead roles (some of which were introduced in Season 2 and 3 respectively). The original casts made their cameos towards the last episode of the final season. In the same year, she portrayed the character of Pear for Torfun Kub Mawin.
In 2016, Fon, together with Hormones co-actress PunPun Suttata Udomsilp, starred in a 20-episode drama Hate Love Series (I Hate You, I Love You) which aired on LINE TV from September 24, 2016 and recently concluded last January 14, 2017. In the same year, Fon was paired with actor Phumphothingam Nawat for the in U-Prince The Series: "The Playful Comm-Arts" which aired from December 4, 2016 to December 25, 2016 on GMM One.
In 2017, she is set to star in the upcoming drama Waterboyy The Series, the TV-adaptation of the 2015 LGBT-themed movie "Waterboyy", with actors Thitipoom Techaapaikhun and Victor Zheng among others. The drama is said to air sometime in Summer/Spring on GMMTV.
Hormones: The Series and Popularity
Fon gained much popularity following the success of the mega hit series Hormones with her character Dao, marking her career breakthrough and rise to stardom as an actress. Many fans were impressed by the transition of her character who started off as the young, sheltered and naive girl, and gradually developed into a more aggresive and more vocal character towards the second season of the series. In Hormones 3, her character depicted great maturity in terms of attitude and mindset as compared from the first two seasons. The character continued to attract more attention when the relationship with her best friend Koi (played by Belle Kemisara) was taken into a new level. With well-written storylines and impressive acting, Fon and Belle have become one of the most popular couples from the series. Fanbases in and out of Thailand have also began to appear.
A number projects, endorsements and acting opportunities have unlocked up to this date, following the success of Hormones.
Music Video Appearances