Ter Chuntawit Thanasewee

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Ter Chuntawit
Ter Chuntawit


  • Name: Chuntawit Thanasewee (ฉันทวิชช์ ธนะเสวี)
  • Nickname: Ter (เต๋อ)
  • Profession: Actor/Director/Screenwriter
  • Date of birth: September 18, 1983
  • Birthplace: Thailand
  • Height: 183cm
  • Weight: 67kg
  • Blood type:
  • Marital Status: Dating actress Mai Davika Hoorne
  • Hobbies: Basketball, Ping Pong, Games, Guitar, Watch Movies
  • Education: Bachelor degree from Chulalongkorn University (Department of Communication Arts: Film and Photography Major)

About Ter Chuntawit

  • After graduation, Chantavit began his work as a freelancer doing screen-writing, assistant directing, off-shot cinematographing and acting coach jobs for GTH. He had done several small roles in a lot of GTH films until 2008 when he started to get one of the main roles in "Hormones". Then he did another lead role in a horror title, "Coming Soon". He also got credited for screen-writing of 4Bia and Phobia 2 during 2008-2009.
  • In 2010, Chantavit became a famous film actor after doing a blockbuster romantic comedy "Hello Stranger" with Neungthida Sopon, in which he also got credited as a co-screenwriter. His role in "Hello Stranger" earned him a Star Hunter award, as one of the 10 most promising young actors in Asia at Shanghai International Film Festival 2011.
  • In 2012, he came back with another blockbuster "ATM: Er Rak Error" along with a new talented actress, Preechaya Pongthananikorn. "ATM" became GTH's highest-grossing film ever at that time (later surpassed by Pee Mak in 2013).
  • In 2013, Chantavit co-screenwrote the phenomenal record-breaking blockbuster "Pee Mak". By this time, his screen-writing became a hot need for several film producers.




  • The Possible (2006)
  • Phobia (2008)
  • Phobia 2 (2009)
  • Hello Stranger (2010)
  • ATM: Er Rak Error (2012)
  • Pee Mak (2013)
  • One Day (2016)
  • The Medium (2021)


  • ThirTEEN Terrors (2014)


  • One-2-Call
  • Vaseline for Men

Music Videos

  • "Mai Mee Krai Roo" by Peck Palitchoke
  • "Mai Ruk" by Inca
  • "Keun Karm Pee" by Da Endorphine
  • "Kon Mun Mai Chai" by Parng Nakarint
  • "Mai Chai Peurn Ter" by Bua Buachompoo Ford
  • "Ok Huk Parg Kaeng" by Panadda Reurngwoot
  • "Kon Mai Chalard" by Peaw
  • "Yarg Rong Hai Tae Sia Dai" by Earn Kallayakorn




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