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Suthep Po-ngam

Suthep Po-ngam at MTV Thailand's 6th anniversary party.

Suthep Po-ngam (Thai: สุเทพ โพธิ์งาม; rtgsSuthep Pho-ngam), also known by his stage name Thep Po-ngam, is a Thai comedian, actor, film director and screenwriter. He played the leader of a gang of inept hitmen in Killer Tattoo. A popular comedian in Thailand, Thep at one time led a comedy troupe that included Petchtai Wongkamlao, whom he co-starred with in Killer Tattoo.

Other roles have included the slayer of zombies in SARS Wars, an aged heavy metal rock star in Rock Not Die and an imposter doctor in Dumber Heroes. He performed the voice for the elderly mahout in the 2006 Thai animated feature, Khan Kluay.

On 3 November 2009, the Supreme Court of Justice of Thailand affirmed the judgments of the lower courts—the Central Bankruptcy Court and the Central Appeal Court—adjudging Suthep bankrupt and ordered his property to be under an absolute receivership. The judgment came after Suthep failed, for years, to pay in instalment for the 3,000,000-baht costs of five townhouses he purchased in Phatthaya. In its judgment, the Supreme Court remarked: "The property being owned by the defendant (Suthep) costs only 800,00 baht and, hence, cannot cover the debts claimed by the plaintiff (KT Bank). Citing to have 300,000-baht monthly income, the defendant refused to prove how much his monthly expenses are. Deeming the allegation of the defendant is indistinct, the Supreme Court of Justice, hereby, adjudges the defendant bankrupt and orders an absolute receivership as requested by the plaintiff."[1]


Talk Show

"Show Pa Pud Ja Pasa Thep" 18 October 2009 with major assist from Ton Enterprises pty ltd Australia to make the show possible. Suthep give Ton Triphet Rookachat a special thank on stage.


  1. ^ Asian Thai News Network. (2009, 3 November). "Thep Pho-ngam adjudged bankrupt." [Online]. Available: . (Accessed: 24 January 2010).

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