Papangkorn Lerkchaleampote, better known as Beam, had an obviously bright future ahead of him due to the fact that everyone who had ever interacted with him or seen his work as an up-and-coming entertainer had nothing but positive things to say about him. Unfortunately, though, it all came crashing down earlier this year when he unexpectedly passed away. As a result, Netflix’s six-part limited series ‘Thai Cave Rescue’ is the only production that he ever officially completed. It is only one of the many reasons why he was honored in it with a credit saying, “For Beam 1996-2022.” As a result, now, if you wish to understand more about him as well as his passing, we have you covered.
Who was this Beam guy?
On August 31, 1996, Papangkorn “Beam” Lerkchaleampote is said to have been born in Bangkok, Thailand, to what is said to be a very encouraging family. He made his debut in the entertainment industry in 2015 as a model and an actor. His first significant role was actually in the same year as the lead character of Muek in the LGBT romantic comedy ‘Water Boyy,’ and after that, he gradually only rose the ranks to perform better and better work in the industry. The fact that he practiced taekwondo from the age of six until the age of fourteen contributed, at least in part, to his imposing physical look, in addition to his undeniable ability and tenacity, but it’s important to note that his physical appearance was not the only factor in his success.
Beam was consequently in a position to secure a large number of Netflix original episodes that are set in Thailand. Some of these shows include “Nong Mai Rai Borisut,” “Mister Merman,” “Sleepless Society,” “Bang Rachan,” and “Blue Wave,” amongst others. However, the character of Kraam in Netflix’s “The Stranded” (2019), in which pupils from a prestigious school go shipwrecked on a remote and mysterious island, remains to be the most significant thing he has ever done professionally. Then, of course, he was able to accomplish miracles in the role of Coach Eak in the movie “Thai Rescue Cave,” but it appears that he will not be able to finish filming his most recent and upcoming romantic comedy, which is named “Love Destiny 2.”
How Did Beam Die?
Beam was taken to the hospital on the 23rd of March, 2022, from his apartment in Chatuchak, which was located in Bangkok, Thailand. His mother had placed an emergency call to the hospital, reporting that her son had stopped breathing. On that fateful day, she went into his room to wake him up and approached closer when she didn’t get a reaction. She was shocked to see that there was not a single breath left in his body when she finally realized what she had been looking for. Beam was reportedly pronounced dead at the neighboring Siriraj Piyamaharajkarun Hospital as a result of the several unsuccessful attempts to resuscitate him in the moments that followed the incident. The 25-year-old had been in critical condition since the accident.
Reports indicate that the cause of death was the occurrence known as Sudden Unexpected Death (SUD), given that there was no indication of foul play in his room or residence and that he did pass away quietly in his sleep. However, his loved ones did request an autopsy just to be sure, which prompted his talent management firm to issue a statement promising to provide new information, if there are any. Because of this, and the fact that there hasn’t been any news in the past six months as of this writing, it would appear as though the actor went away due to wholly natural and unforeseen circumstances; the fact that he was otherwise healthy and happy makes this situation even more tragic.
Beam Die’s debue Film
The LGBT drama film Water Boyy was released in Thailand in 2015 and was directed by Rachi Kusonkusiri. Ngern Luangsodsai Anupart starred in the film as “Nam,” and Beam Papangkorn played the role of “Meuk.” The majority of the shooting took place in Thailand.
At the beginning of March, it was announced that the original film would be remade into a series called Water Boyy: The Series, albeit with different actors. Characters such as Earth Pirapat Watthanasetsiri, now known as “Waii,” and New Thitipoom Techaapaikhun, now known as “Apo,” are among the newcomers. On April 9, 2017, it began airing for the first time.
Beam Die’s debue Film Plot
Nam (Luangsodsai Anupart) is a swimmer who attends Ocean High School in the Hua Hin District. Despite his lack of training, Nam is successful in the pool. The other students are envious of him since he is popular on campus and has a lot of girlfriends, but he also has a passion for pornography, and he needs to view it in order to get to sleep. However, tensions exist in his relationship with his father, the swimming instructor Neung (Nappon Gomarachun). In order for Nam to teach Nine how to swim, Nine (Ausavaterakul Ausavapat) helps Nam with his assignments and serves as his tutor. Nam gets a new roommate who is a fellow swimmer named Muek (played by Beam Prapangkorn). After Muek moved in, Nam’s interest in pornographic media has significantly decreased. However, Muek has a girlfriend named Nune, who is an actress and who turns up for the Super League Swimming Competition at Changmai. Kitwiriya Natcharee is Muek’s girlfriend. This ends up becoming a competition for the winner’s affections. However, during the course of the process, the two males find that they are developing romantic feelings for one another.