With about 10 projects to his credit, Ohm Pawat Chittsawangdee, is a definite rising star. He scored big in the Make It Right series as Frame, the boyfriend of a […]
With about 10 projects to his credit, Ohm Pawat Chittsawangdee, is a definite rising star. He scored big in the Make It Right series as Frame, the boyfriend of a sex video scandal victim (Book, played by Toey Sittiwat Imerbpathom.) His character is said to be the complete opposite of the real Ohm.
While many have admired the lead stars, Pawat manages to steal scenes by his mischievous (yet endearing) smiles. His onscreen presence is simply over-the-top, giving the audience enough ‘chill-thrill’ factor.
He got into acting by invitation.
Ohm takes on new drama assignment as the new friend of a ghost who became the object of his affection. The series (8 episodes) is entitled He’s Coming To Me, opposite Singto (who plays the lonely ghost). Episode 1 review of the series is up and I only have raves for both the leads.
Here is a highlight of the drama. Just watch it! 😜
He is also one of the main cast of Blacklist, a much-touted youth drama thriller series, with some of Thailand’s rising young stars.
In Thailand, most of the young cast who got involved in doing drama may take a semi-hiatus due to school. In the case of Ohm, he’s reported to be attending University so there may be little to none casting news in the near future.
But he got it covered – Blacklist and He’s Coming To Me is like saying he’s already fully booked.
Looking Back – The Making It Right behind-the-scene video: The video above shows how young Ohm and his costar Toey Sittiwat Imerbpathom prepared when they shoot Make It Right. Playing a sort of sex god, Ohm’s character Frame is said to be a capable and experienced type of guy. It’s funny how the casting people bullseye into Ohm’s Instagram account and invited him for an audition!
To those in doubt of his appeal, the June 2017 Attitude Thailand magazine cover and photoshoot will do the talking.