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Max Saran Rujeerattanavorapan: Bio, Profile, Education, Career, Girlfriend, Family, Awards

Saran Rujeerattanavorapan, also known by his nickname “Max, Max Saran,” is a Thai actor and model who has been working in the Thai television entertainment industry since 2020. Max’s initial name was Saran, but he changed it to Kornthas in early 2022 after visiting a Buddhist monk. In this post, we will learn more about Max Saran Rujeerattanavorapan’s biography, profile, education, career, girlfriend, family, and awards.

Max Saran Rujeerattanavorapan Biography

Bio, Education, and Family

Max was born on October 10, 1993, in Thailand. Max’s initial name was Saran, but he changed it to Kornthas in early 2022 after visiting a Buddhist monk. He studied Civil Engineering at King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi. His family likewise lives in Thailand, although we currently lack information such as his parents’ names, the number of siblings or siblings’ names, and relations in his family. Max Saran Rujeerattanavorapan is a young, gorgeous, and brilliant actor, thus he may be currently dating someone, but he has not officially said anything about his girlfriend or relationship. According to resources and our data records, he is presently alone and not dating anybody.


Max Saran Rujeerattanavorapan first appeared as a guest in the television series “Diamond Eyes” in 2017, but he made his formal acting debut in 2020 with the popular BL series “Why R U?” Since then, he has worked on a variety of projects and has been actively involved in the television sector.

Two Universes is a forthcoming Thai BL series that follows the story of two parallel universes that get linked. The plot focuses on Khram (Nat), who dives into a holy pond after discovering his sweetheart Phupha (Gun) was killed. The early pilot of Two Worlds explores the potential of the moonlight pond. When the water in the sacred site becomes blue, the two realms become inextricably linked. The pilot’s narrator adds, “Deceased ones will be resurrected, and the ones alive will disappear into some other world.” That is precisely what occurs as Khram leaps into the pond. He’s transferred to a universe where Thai (Max) is his sweetheart. However, in this universe, Khram was murdered by Thai’s father twelve years ago. In the present, Thai is taken aback when he meets Khram, who resembles his former girlfriend. Max Kornthas Rujeerattanavorapan, Nat Natasitt Uareksit, and Gun Thapanawat Kaewbumrung feature in the series.

Aoftion Kittipat Jampa directs Cutie Pie, a Thai television series. The cast features NuNew Chawarin Perdpiriyawong and Zed Pruk Panich. It is broadcast every Saturday between February 19, 2022, and May 14, 2022. Lian Kilen Wang and Kuea “Kirin” Keerati are caught in a conundrum. Because of a vow made to their parents and grandparents, they are on their way to an arranged same-sex marriage. The latter is a free-spirited musician (singer and drummer), whilst the former is an ostensibly cold businessman. While Kuea wants to pursue a happy and passionate life with Lian, the emotion is not reciprocated – at least not immediately. Lian treats Kuea coldly and dismissively. Eventually, he states that he has no intention of enrolling in an arranged marriage and wishes to terminate their engagement. Kuea is hesitant but unfortunately agrees. However, shortly after their official breakup, Lian develops emotions for Kuea. The couple ultimately starts living together, despite their reservations about their relationship. As they spend more time together, Cupid aims at their hearts.

You Never Eat Alone is a unique Thai BL series centered on mental health. In this odd comedy, the main character has a peculiar fear of dining alone. He is unable to enjoy a dinner alone and must constantly find someone to join him. His condition creates unique dilemmas as he adjusts to living and dining alone on campus. Diew is a university student who has an unusual anxiety of dining alone. His illness is the result of childhood trauma following the death of his loving grandma. Diew has been unable to eat alone since then, suffering from worry and sadness. Diew must eat in a group environment at all times, otherwise he will starve rather than eat alone. When his parents relocate overseas for business, Diew is forced to live alone in a university dormitory. Every day, he worries about how to avoid dining alone. Fortunately, Diew meets two new friends at the dorm, Maeung and Porsche. Diew is happy to be able to enjoy his first few meals at university with his pals, even though they are unaware of his illness.

Unfortunately, Diew’s buddies have hectic academic schedules and aren’t always able to spend meals with him. Diew, desperate to find a consistent eating companion, utilizes an internet app to meet Mix, a sophomore art student. During their first meeting, Diew admits to having a phobia of dining alone. To his amazement, Mix admits to having the same condition. Grateful to have met a like-minded acquaintance, the two become friends and resolve to always lunch together. Diew and Mix realize that they dwell next to one other in the dormitory. Their comfortable living arrangement allows Diew to drop over and join Mix for supper. However, Mix’s condition is not as bad as Diew’s, and he quickly overcomes his anxiety of eating alone. The mix is determined to help his friend recuperate in the same way, but Diew is still struggling. As Diew becomes increasingly self-conscious about his fear, he wonders if he will ever be able to blend in with society and eat regularly again.

Naughty Babe is a spin-off of the Thai BL serial Cutie Pie, set some years after the original plot. When the main character learns that his fiancé intends to leave him, he is astonished and perplexed. He is engaged in an automobile accident while looking for the runaway. After recovering consciousness, the protagonist pretended to suffer memory loss. His sweetheart stays by his side to care for him. The pair rekindles their romance as they recover from past pain.


  • Two Worlds (2024)
  • Zomvivor (2024)
  • Marry’s Mission (2023)
  • Y Journey: Stay Like a Local (2023)
  • Naughty Babe (2023)
  • Why R U? (2023)
  • Love Me Again (2023)
  • Boyband (2023)
  • War of Y (2022)
  • Cutie Pie (2022)
  • Close Friend (2021)
  • Y-Destiny (2021)
  • You Never Eat Alone (2020)
  • Why R U? (2020)
  • Diamond Eyes (2017)


  • Two Worlds Pilot (2023)
  • Cutie Pie 2 You (2023)
  • Cutie Pie in Korea (2022)
  • Behind Cutie Pie (2022)
  • Cutie Pie: Behind Cutie Pie (2022)
  • Behind WHY R U (2020)
  • Why R U? Special 10.5 (2020)
  • Why R U? Special (2020)

TV Show

  • Sawatdee Khrap T-Boys!!: Ima, Chumoku Subeki Thai no Top Artist ni Mitchaku (2024)
  • I Can See Your Voice Thailand Season 6 (2023)
  • Funday Season 6 (2022)
  • Super Match (2022)
  • What’s the Mood Today (2022)
  • Vlog MaxNat (2022)
  • Sound Check (2022)
  • DMD Reality (2021)
  • Watching it in Japan: Season 4 (2020)
  • SosatSeoulsay (2020)
  • Watching it in Sendai (2019)
  • Watching it in Japan: Season 3 (2018)
  • Watching it in Japan: Season 2 (2018)
  • Watching it in Shoryudo (2017)
  • Watching it in Japan (2017)
  • Khun Phra Chuai (2004)
  • Family Feud Thailand (2001)
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