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James Jirayu Tangsrisuk: Biography, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Wife, Education, Family and House

Jirayu Tangsrisuk is a Thai actor, singer, and model, also known as James Jirayu. He is best known for his roles in television dramas such as Suphapburut Juthathep (2013), Timeline (2014), The One in My Heart (2015), The Loyal Wife (2016), Fallen Angel (2017), Underneath the Same Sky (2018), Game of Affection (2018), Repercussion (2019), Mist of Love (2020), and Prophecy of Love (2020). In this article, we will learn about Jirayu Tangsrisuk’s age, height, girlfriend, wife, education, family, and house.

James Jirayu Tangsrisuk Biography

Bio, Education and Family

Jirayu Tangsrisuk was born on September 19, 1993, in Phichit, Thailand. He is more commonly known by his nickname “James OR JJ”. His English name is James Jirayu. His zodiac sign is Virgo. Jirayu is 73 inches tall and weighs approximately 70 kilograms. His physical features include a pale complexion, black hair, and black eyes. He has a nice appearance and a dynamic demeanor.

In addition to school, he finished Grade 3. After graduating from high school, he continued his education in radio and television broadcasting at Rangsit University’s Faculty of Communication Arts. Later that year, he received a scholarship (The Artist) and transferred to the Faculty of Business Administration, where he majored in Retail Business Management before graduating in 2017.

Jirayu Tangsrisuk is the son of Sermchai and Chotika Tangsrisuk. Similarly, he has an older sister, Chularat Tangsrisuk, a female doctor. Jirayu has a straight relationship status and is in a relationship. Furthermore, on November 14, 2018, he disclosed his relationship status at an ICON SIAM event. Similarly, when asked about his relationship status, he revealed that his partner is not a celebrity. Furthermore, he dislikes showing off their love in public since he values his girlfriend’s privacy.


James Jirayu began dancing and singing at a young age, and in high school, he formed his band, playing bass guitar. In 2011, he won a model contest sponsored by the cosmetics brand Mistine, which launched his modeling career. In multiple interviews, he indicated that he had no desire to be an actor or movie star because he was a shy youngster, but his mother did. He was also very interested in computers, particularly computer games, and wanted to study and work in a discipline such as Computer Science or Information Technology (IT) for his future career.

Charnchalard Dhaweesap, the owner of the entertainment company “Meta Talent Management,” noticed James’ photographs on Facebook and approached him in April 2012. Despite seven other agencies contacting him, he began his career in the entertainment world under Charnchalard’s management. Furthermore, during the interview, he highlighted how PIK’s aide, Kul Siri Vorabutra, helped him even after his contract was terminated. Similarly, Kul assisted him with scheduling dramas, advertising, endorsements, and events. Similarly, he periodically offers him advice and maintains friendly contact with him. Jirayu made his acting debut in May 2013 with the film “Lakorn Supraburoot Jutathep: Khun Chai Puttipat.” He made his cinematic debut in September with First Love, followed by two more dramas, Thong Neu Gao (Angel Heart) and Ruk Sudrit (Race). In just a year, James climbed to become one of Thailand’s most in-demand presenters/actors. His presenter fees were most likely higher than those of the well-known actor Nadech Kugimiya.

James held his first concert, the James Ji Monkey King Fan Meeting, in January 2014. His second feature, Timeline, with Jarinporn Joonkiat, was released in February (Okinawa International Movie Festival 2015 Special Screening Movie). He flew to Vietnam with 365 Daband, a Vietnamese boy band at the end of the year to treat youngsters with cardiac conditions at Tam Duc Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City. He also made his Japanese debut with “Ruk Sudrit (Race)” on TBS Channel. Michael Chevas released his first photo book, “James ji up close and Personal in Japan”, in 2015. His drama, Neung Nai Suang (The One in My Heart), starring Urassaya Sperbund, aired in May of the same year. “Padiwaradda (The Loyal Wife),” his second drama with Ranee Campen, debuted in 2016. Natapohn Tameeruks started filming for Nueng Dao Fa Diao (Under the Same Sky) and Game Sanaeha (Game of Affection/Game of Love). Kimi Dake I Love You, James’ debut CD record and first photo album (all taken by himself), was released in Japan in June 2016.

In 2017, James was ranked third among Thailand’s top ten highest-paid actors. Buang Hong, his debut drama with Kimberley Anne Woltemas, aired in March. In April, he appeared as “Demon King” in the Tokusatsu series Idol x Warrior Miracle Tunes!, which aired on TV Tokyo. On May 19, 2017, he was named the goodwill ambassador for Thailand and Japan’s 130th anniversary of diplomatic relations. His Japanese short film Home Away From Home premiered on YouTube in June. James4D: Concert took place on September 19, 2017. In April 2018, he was named second among Thailand’s top seven highest-paid actors. In June 2018, James and Preechaya Pongthananikorn were cast in Yuttana Lorpanpaiboon’s lakorn Prayakorn Sorn Ruk. He began filming his next drama, Leh Banpakarn (Mist of Love), with Natapohn Tameeruks in early 2019. His portrayal of “Ah-Sa” in Krong Kam (Repercussion), which ran from February 26 to April 30, 2019, drew significant praise. He also won “Best Actor in a Leading Role” at the 11th Nataraja Awards in 2020 for his performance as Ah-Sa.

On October 29, 2020, the lakorn Krong Kam (Repercussion) received the “Special Awards for Foreign Dramas” award at The Tokyo Drama Awards, The International Drama Festival in Tokyo. On March 26, 2021, he launched his debut mini album Missing You. The album features five songs: Always, Step by Step, Hold On, Till I Found You, and Cause of You. “OM! Cruch On Me!” is an action drama, rom-com, and fantasy film starring Maylada Susri that will be released in theatres on December 2, 2021. James Jirayu and Ranee Campen are among Channel 3’s most popular “Koojin (Imaginary Couple)” or on-screen couples. “Jiranee” is how their admirers refer to them. He is also well-known throughout Southeast Asia, China, and Japan.

Jirayu Tangsrisuk’s net worth is predicted to reach between $1 million and $5 million by January 2024.

List of TV Dramas James Jirayu Tangsrisuk has done:

  1. Khun Chai Taratorn (2013)
  2. Khun Chai Pawornruj (2013)
  3. Khun Chai Puttipat (2013)
  4. Khun Chai Khun Chai Rachanon (2013)
  5. Khun Chai Ronapee (2013)
  6. Tong Neu Gao (2013)
  7. Ruk Sutrit (2013)
  8. Neung Nai Suang (2015)
  9. Padiwarada (2016)
  10. Idol X Warrior Miracle Tunes! (2017)
  11. Buang Hong (2017)
  12. Nueng Dao Fah Deaw (2017)
  13. Game Sanehha (2017)
  14. Krong Kam (In 2019)
  15. Payakorn Sorn Ruk (In 2020)
  16. Leh Bunpakarn (In 2020)
  17. Karat Ruk (2021)
  18. Suptar 2550
  19. The Deadly Affair
  20. Khwanruethai
  21. Never Enough
  22. To the Moon and Back

List Movies By James Jirayu Tangsrisuk

  1. The Way (2012)
  2. First Love (2013)
  3. Timeline (2014)
  4. Khun Thong Dang The Inspirations (2015)
  5. Home Away From Home (2017)

Television Show List of James Jirayu

  1. Tabi Japan With James Jirayu (2016)

List of awards he won and nominated for

  1. 11th Seventeen Choice Awards
  2. Crow Love Like Awards
  3. 8th OK! Awards
  4. 2nd Kerd Awards
  5. SeeSan Bunterng Awards
  6. 6th TV3 Fanclub Awards
  7. 1st EFM Awards
  8. 2nd The Nine Fever Awards
  9. Recreational Entrepreneur of the Year
  10. 11th Kom Chad Luek Awards
  11. Buddhists World Visitation Day
  12. 28th Golden Television Awards
  13. 7th Nine Entertain Awards
  14. 3rd Daradaily the Great Awards
  15. 3rd Ganesha Award
  16. Mother’s Day Celebration
  17. Zen Stylish Awards
  18. Hamburger Awards
  19. Star’s Light Awards
  20. Thai People for Example Awards
  21. 7th TV3 Fanclub Awards
  22. 8th Kazz Awards
  23. 5th Kinnaree Awards
  24. 12th Kom Chad Luek Awards
  25. 8th Nine Entertain Awards
  26. 4th Daradaily the Great Awards
  27. 9th Kazz Awards
  28. HOWE Awards
  29. 8th TV3 Fanclub Awards
  30. 1st Maya Awards
  31. 2nd TrueLife Awards
  32. 4th Ganesha Award
  33. 13th Kom Chad Luek Awards
  34. 5th Daradaily the Great Awards
  35. Mekkala Awards
  36. 10th Kazz Awards
  37. 9th Nine Entertain Awards
  38. 9th The Golden Bell Awards
  39. Golden Kinnaree Awards
  40. 1st Dara Inside Awards
  41. 2nd Maya Awards
  42. 11th OK! Awards
  43. 6th Daradaily the Great Awards
  44. 11th Kazz Awards
  45. 14th Kom Chad Luek Awards
  46. 7th MThai Top Talk-About
  47. 10th Nine Entertain Award
  48. 8th Nataraj Awards
  49. 5th Mangu Award
  50. 3rd Maya Awards
  51. 2nd Dara Inside Awards
  52. 7th Daradaily the Great Awards
  53. 100 Asian Heartthrobs
  54. 6th Ganesha Awards
  55. 2019 Asian Academy Creative Awards (AAA)
  56. 2019 Kazz Awards
  57. 5th Maya Awards 2019
  58. 33rd TV Gold Awards
  59. 12th Nine Entertain Awards
  60. 8th HOWE Awards 2019
  61. 34th TV Gold Awards
  62. Thai Crazy Awards 2020
  63. 11th Nataraja Awards
  64. 6th Maya Awards 2020
  65. 17th Kom Chad Luek Awards
  66. 1st Siam Series Awards
  67. 29th Bangkok Critics Assembly Awards
  68. 3rd Zoomdara Awards
  69. Maya Entertain Awards
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