Nida Patcharaveerapong (นิดา พัชรวีระพงษ์) was a Thai actress also known as Tangmo. She was born to Sophon Patcharaveerapong and Panida Sirayootyotin in Bangkok, Thailand as Tangmo Patcharaveerapong.
Sophon and Sirayootyotin separated in 1988. As a singple parent, he raised Tangmo, who was a teenager when she reunited with her mother.
Tangmo was in the seventh grade when she entered the entertainment industry. She graduated from the College of Social Innovation of Rangsit University in Lak Hok, Mueang Pathum Thani District, Pathum Thani, Thailand with a bachelor’s degree in leadership in society, business and politics.
The Bangkok native later changed her name to Pataratida Patcharaveerapong then to Nida Patcharaveerapong. Here are 13 more things about her:
- She was a very good swimmer, according to her mother Panida Sirayootyotin, who was 30 years old when she gave birth to her. She was 7 years younger than her brother Dayos Detjob.
- She had one adopted daughter, the biological daughter of her manager Idsarin “Gatick” Juthasuksawat.
- She was Miss Teen Thailand 2002 third runner-up.
- She starred in the series “Benja Keta Kwarm Ruk” in 2003 and in the series “Oun Ai Rul” in 2004.
- In 2005, she starred in the series “Payak Rai Hua Jai Jiew” and “Roong Keang Dao.” She played Nak in “Ghost of Mae Nak,” which was released in Thailand on September 15, 2005. Written and directed by Mark Duffield, the horror film also starred Siwat Chotchaicharin and Porntip Papanai.
- She starred in the series “Muen Rao Ja Rak Kun Mai Dai” and “Plaew Fai Nai Fhun” in 2006, “Kasanaka” and “Pieng Peun Fah” in 2007, “Talard Nam Damnern Ruk 2” and “Koo Pbuan Olawon” in 2008 and “Dum Kum” and “Ruk Tae Kae Dai” in 2009.
- She starred in the series “Jao Ying Lhong Yook” and “Pleng Ruk Baan Nah” in 2011, “Sao Noy Roy Lem Kwien” in 2012 and “Wan Nee Tee Ror Khoi” and “Nak Soo Maha Gaan.”
- In December 2013, she and singer and actor Pakin “Tono” Kumvilaisak got engaged. In May 2015, they broke up. In July 2015, she survived from a sleeping pill overdose.
- In 2015, she starred in the series “Ploeng Dao” and “Khun Ying Nok Thamniap.” In 2016, she was a panelist in “The Mask Singer Thailand” Season 1. She played Mia in the comedy film “Pard 888,” which was released in Thailand on October 6, 2016.
- In 2017, she starred in the series “Under Her Nose,” “Sai Yom Si” and “Ha Unlimited (Public).” In 2018, she starred in the films “Love the Thirteen” and “The Last Heroes” and in the series “Sai Rak Sai Sawat,” “Muang Maya Live The Series: Maya Ruk On Lie,” “Bangkok Ghost Stories: The Last Bus,” “It’s Complicated,” “Club Friday The Series 10: Ruk Tee Mai Yark Luerk” and “Bangkok Love Stories 2: Innocence.” In 2019, she starred in the series “The Fallen Leaf” and “Leh Runjuan.”
- In 2020, she appeared in the television shows “Talk with Toey,” “Share Loma,” “Superstar Pafin” and “The Wall.” In 2021, she played Jess in the series “XYZ.”
- On February 25, 2022, she, Juthasuksawat, Wisapat “Sand” Manomairat, Tanupat “Por” Lerttaweewit, Orisma Technology founder Phaiboon “Robert” Trikanjananun and Black Amber partner Nitas “Job” Kiratisoothisathorn were on a speedboat travelling from the Krung Thon Bridge in Bangkok to the Rama VII Bridge in Nonthaburi, Thailand. At around 10:40 p.m., she fell from the speedboat, which was owned by Trikanjananun, near the Pibul Songkhram 1 pier in Nonthaburi. She was not wearing a life jacket.
- At around 1:10 p.m. on February 27, 2022, her body was found floating in the Chao Phraya River near the Pibul Songkhram 1 pier, dragged to land on a jet ski and taken to a Ruamkatanyu Foundation rescue van. She died at the age of 37.