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Chanagun Arpornsutinan (Thai: ชนกันต์ อาพรสุทธินันธ์, born March 3, 1996 in Bangkok, Thailand), also known as Gunsmile (Thai: กันสมาย), is an actor and musician from Thailand. He is best known for his supporting roles in BL dramas, such as Love Sick, SOTUS, and 2gether.

Arpornsutinan appeared in the drama, F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers, as Tesla.


Early life[]

Arpornsutinan was born on March 3, 1996 in Bangkok, Thailand. He graduated from Suankularb Wittayalai School.[1] When he was younger, he studied to become a soldier.[2] He graduated from Bangkok University with a bachelor's degree in communication arts.[3]


His debut and first supporting role was in Love Sick: The Series (2014), which was followed by a second season. Arpornsutinan was later signed to GMMTV.[1] His next major supporting role was in SOTUS: The Series (2016) playing Prem.[4] He reprised his role in SOTUS S: The Series (2017)[5] and Our Skyy (2018).[6] In 2017, Arpornsutinan also appeared in My Dear Loser: Monster Romance.[7] He had supporting roles in He's Coming to Me[8] and 3 Will Be Free in 2019.[9] The following year, he appeared in Nang Sao 18 Mongkut,[10] 2gether: The Series,[11] Girl Next Room: Midnight Fantasy, and My Bubble Tea.[12] Arpornsutinan finished 2020 with appearances in Still 2gether[13] and Tonhon Chonlatee.[14] He reprised his 2gether role in a feature film in 2021.[15]

In early 2022, Arpornsutinan had a guest role in F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers as Tesla.[16] He followed with several supporting roles in the GMMTV series, Cupid's Last Wish[17] and Mama Gogo,[18] and GMM One series, The Love Proposal[19] and My Queen.[20] On December 31, 2022, Arpornsutinan announced his decision to amicably leave GMMTV.[21] His final role for GMMTV was in 10 Years Ticket (2022) as the supporting character Sor.[22]


Television dramas

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Love Sick: The Series Film
2015 Love Sick 2 Film
2016 Love Songs Love Series: Summer
SOTUS: The Series Prem
Little Big Dream Cameo Special
2017 U-Prince: Ambitious Boss Tanthai
My Dear Loser: Monster Romance Tae
SOTUS S: The Series Prem
2018 Kiss Me Again Wayu
Our Skyy Prem Episode 5
2019 He's Coming to Me Jeng
3 Will Be Free Tur
2020 Nang Sao 18 Mongkut Porch
Angel Beside Me Munggorn Episodes 5-6
2gether: The Series Boss
Girl Next Room: Midnight Fantasy Peemai
My Bubble Tea Up
Still 2gether Boss
Tonhon Chonlatee Neung
2022 F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers Tesla Episodes 6-7
Cupid's Last Wish Anucha
The Love Proposal Dan
Mama Gogo Huge
My Queen Boat
10 Years Ticket Sor


Year Title Role Notes
2021 2gether: The Movie Boss


  • Arpornsutinan owns a clothing brand named Verlenchor.[27]
  • He is also a tattoo artist and operates his own studio, called Take a Tatt Studio.[28]

  • Arpornsutinan, Neen Suwanamas, and Ployshompoo Supasap had supporting roles in SOTUS: The Series (2016), SOTUS S: The Series (2017), and Our Skyy (2018).
  • He and Suwanamas also appeared together in My Dear Loser (2017).
  • He appeared in Kiss Me Again (2018), My Bubble Tea (2020), and Tonhon Chonlatee (2020) with his friend Ploynira Hiruntaveesin.
  • Chinnarat Siriphongchawalit also appeared in Our Skyy (2018), Tonhon Chonlatee (2020), and Mama Gogo (2022).
  • Arpornsutinan played Vachirawit Chivaaree's friend in 2gether: The Series (2020), Still 2gether (2020), and 2gether: The Movie (2021) which also starred Metawin Opas-iamkajorn and Siriphongchawalit.
  • Chivaaree and Kanaphan Puitrakul also serve as hosts on Toe Laew.
  • Chanikarn Tangkabodee appeared in Nang Sao 18 Mongkut (2020) with Arpornsutinan.
  • He and Supasap also had supporting roles in Tonhon Chonlatee (2020).
  • His song, "Mai Mi Thang Ok" (ไม่มีทางออก), was used as the theme for An Eye for an Eye (2021) starring Yongwaree Anilbol.[29]
  • He also appeared in 10 Years Ticket (2022) with Tontawan Tantivejakul and Wanwimol Jaenasavamethee.

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    See also[]

    F4 Thailand (2021-22) actors

    Nani Hirunkit Changkham | Bright Vachirawit Chivaaree | Win Metawin Opas-iamkajorn
    Dew Jirawat Sutivanichsak | Tu Tontawan Tantivejakul


    Fah Yongwaree Anilbol | Cindy Bishop | Pompam Niti Chaichitathorn | Kapook Ploynira Hiruntaveesin
    June Wanwimol Jaenasavamethee | Fourth Nattawat Jirochtikul | Kay Lertsittichai | Jeab Wachara Pan-iem
    Kik Mayurin Pongpudpunth | Maria Poonlertlarp | First Kanaphan Puitrakul | Prim Chanikarn Tangkabodee
    Mee Pisamai Vilaisak | Milk Pansa Vosbein

    Guest starring

    Gunsmile Chanagun Arpornsutinan | Pu Kittipol Kesmanee | Nuanear Waruschaya Ophassirirath
    Luke Ishikawa Plowden | Mike Chinnarat Siriphongchawalit | Jan Ployshompoo Supasap
    Neen Suwanamas | Bam Alisa Tangtiyapun

    Minor roles

    Namo Wutthiphat Khamsopha | Euro Waratthip Kittisiripaisan | Charlie Mullis | Fluk Pisith Nimitsamanjit | Onew
    Phingphing | Kuma Punnathorn Pornprasit | Punpun Jakkarapath Puangpath | Third Sarush Usawakosee

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