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Napakpapha Nakprasitte is a Actor Thailandaise born on 19 april 1981 at Bangkok (Thailande)

Napakpapha Nakprasitte

Napakpapha Nakprasitte
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Birth name Napakpapha Nakprasitte
Nationality Thailande
Birth 19 april 1981 (39 years) at Bangkok (Thailande)

Napakpapha Nakprasitte (Thai: นภคปภา นาคประสิทธิ์; RTGS: Naphakpapha Nakprasit, and better known as Mamee, born April 19, 1981) is a Thai film actress. She is sometimes credited as Napakapa Nakprasit.

Mamee's first film role was as the star of the 2001 horror film, Mae bia (Snake Lady), in which she portrayed a woman who has a symbiotic relationship with a cobra. She then starred in Butterfly Man, an Anglo-Thai production directed by Kaprice Kea. She portrayed a traditional Thai massuese who becomes the love object for a young British backpacker, portrayed by Stuart Laing. It was her first English-speaking role.

In 2005, Mamee starred in Art of the Devil 2, a thriller in which she portrayed a teacher at a rural school who has a cruel prank played on her by some students. She then gets her revenge by learning black magic and using it on her former students. For her role in Art of the Devil 2, she was nominated for best actress by the Bangkok Critics Assembly. She was also nominated for best supporting actress for the Thailand National Film Awards, but asked that the nomination be withdrawn out of protest.

Mamee was featured in an experimental Thai film titled Ma-Mee (Three Friends), a partly fictional docu-drama in which she and two of her bikini-clad girlfriends (Jitraporn Panit and Penporn Poonsaem) go to an island for a video shoot, with the camera following their activities both on the set and off.

She was listed among the cast for the 2006 Canadian horror-comedy, First Bite, by Malaysian-Canadian director Hunt Hoe.

She starred in Art of the Devil 3 in 2008.



^ Critics Club's Award-winners Announced, ThaiCinema.org, February 15, 2006

^ Breaking News: Five Star - National Film Association Federation Dispute, ThaiCinema.org, December 29, 2005

Best films

Largo Winch II (2011)
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Filmography of Napakpapha Nakprasitte (7 films)

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Actress

Largo Winch II, 1h59
Directed by Jérôme Salle
Origin France
Genres Thriller, Action, Adventure
Actors Tomer Sisley, Olivier Barthélémy, Sharon Stone, Ulrich Tukur, Laurent Terzieff, Napakpapha Nakprasitte
Roles Malunaï
Rating61% 3.095643.095643.095643.095643.09564
3 years before his death, Nerio Winch, while driving from a business meeting in Hong Kong, informs Freddy, his bodyguard, that he found his son, Largo, in a village in Burma, and orders Freddy to tail him. Meanwhile, Largo has just saved a group of villagers from a massacre caused by a local militia, led by General Min. While healing the locals on a secluded spot with his lover, Malunai, a French man named Simon Ovronnaz arrives in the village along with several survivors he picked up with his pick-up. However, when he informs them that he was employed by a man who worked for Min, the locals, led by Kadjang, severely beat him up. However, Largo steps by his side and accidentally wounds Kadjang with his own blade, and he is banished from the village, and Malunai denounces him. Largo leaves with Simon and they leave Burma, Largo going elsewhere, while Simon heads for Bangkok.
Bitter / Sweet
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Kip Pardue, Napakpapha Nakprasitte, James Brolin, Spencer Garrett, Akara Amarttayakul, Tata Young
Roles Ticha
Rating57% 2.8608052.8608052.8608052.8608052.860805
Brian Chandler (Kip Pardue), an American businessman, is sent to Thailand by his boss, coffee mogul Calvert Jenkins (James Brolin) in search of local coffee beans to purchase. Upon arrival to Thailand, Brian is met by Ticha (Napakpapha Nakprasitte) who becomes his guide, as he finds more than just coffee, and finds out what the original purpose of his trip is.
Art of the Devil 3, 1h40
Directed by Kongkiat Khomsiri
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Ghost films
Actors Napakpapha Nakprasitte, Suppakorn Kitsuwan
Roles Aajaan Panor
Rating55% 2.7614952.7614952.7614952.7614952.761495
The film opens with a magician, Dit, torturing his former master and demanding the '3rd Eye', which will make him a full disciple of the Three-Eyed God. The master warns that Dit cannot handle all the black magic he's absorbed. Dit stabs his former master in the forehead and tries to dig out the 3rd Eye, but the old man does not seem to have it, leaving Dit to kill him. Later, Dit is in his hotel room, bathing in reeds and herbs, trying to heal a rotting wound on his stomach, caused by too much black magic devouring him from the inside out. Despite this, the wound festers and grows larger.
The Coffin
The Coffin (2008)
, 1h30
Genres Horror
Actors Ananda Everingham, Napakpapha Nakprasitte, Karen Mok, Florence Faivre, Andrew Lin Hoi
Roles May
Rating43% 2.177282.177282.177282.177282.17728
A young man, and several years later, a woman, undergo a Thai ritual of lying in a coffin, which is supposed to ensure long life and banish bad luck. The ritual is also seen as a solution to fatal genetic diseases and diseases like cancer. The man, Chris, wakes and is brought to the hospital where doctors say he suffers from hallucinations. It turns out that the hallucinations are paranormal visits by his ex-girlfriend and trying to kill him, who dies, along with her child, just when his wife is cured. The woman on the other hand is rid of her lung cancer, however is haunted by her boyfriend, Jack, whom she was supposed to marry. The woman consults an expert in the paranormal, and later Chris, to try to solve her supernatural difficulties.
Art of the Devil 2, 1h40
Directed by Kongkiat Khomsiri
Genres Fantasy, Horror
Themes Ghost films
Actors Napakpapha Nakprasitte
Roles Aajaan Panor (as Napakapa Nakprasit)
Rating58% 2.9470652.9470652.9470652.9470652.947065
Two years ago, six school chums - Ta, Kim, Por, Tair, Noot, and Ko - are faced with a grudge. Ta's mother died when he was young, and his father remarried Ta's teacher, Miss Panor. Kim was his girlfriend (but is now dating Por). The boyish Tair and stylish Noot might be lovers (though this is never made clear), and Ko is their fun-loving friend.
Butterfly Man, 1h35
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Stuart Laing, Napakpapha Nakprasitte, Francis Magee, Gavan O'Herlihy
Roles Em (as Napakpapha 'Mamee' Nakprasitte)
Rating51% 2.573772.573772.573772.573772.57377
Adam, an English backpacker, breaks up with his girlfriend immediately after arriving with her in Thailand. He then strikes out on his own, leaving Bangkok for Ko Samui. There, he meets Em, a young masseuse. At first, their relationship is innocent, but Adam soon grows frustrated and starts hitting the bars and becoming a sex tourist, or "butterfly man", flirting from woman to woman. Meanwhile, the ugly side of Samui starts to reveal itself, with a white slavery and prostitution ring, run by British mafia exposed.
Mae Bia
Mae Bia (2001)

Origin Thailande
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror, Romance
Themes Films about animals, Natural horror films, Films about snakes, Reptile
Actors Napakpapha Nakprasitte, Akara Amarttayakul
Roles Mekahala
Rating52% 2.616852.616852.616852.616852.61685
Chanachol, recently returned to Thailand after living overseas, signs up for a tour to get back in touch with Thai culture, and finds himself attracted to the tour guide, Mekhala.