Photoshoot with Thistle and Spire on the shirt in Asian representation. For more information: https://www.thistleandspire.com/blogs/girl-crush/crazy-real-slaysians
Shot a co-star on Madame Secretary.
Now working with Across the Board Talent Agency for legit representation
Played a small co-star role in the new series BONDING.
Nominated for Best Performance by a Male Artist for Lifex3 by Yazmina Reza by
The International Association of Theatre Critics Thailand Centre.
Finished the production of Lifex3 produced by LiFE THEATRE.
"Henry is the character that struggles with self-control and changes the most in each scene -- pathetic and implacable in the first scene, proud and temperamental in the second and calm but resentful in the third. Bhanbhassa chose the perfect actor for this challenge. Vin is fearless and brings a lot of energy to the play." - Bangkok Post
"And while New York-based Thai actor Vin Kridakorn, in the play’s poster, looked like his character didn’t quite belong to this play, he, as Henri, blew his co-actors off the stage with strong characterisation and clear diction –audience members in the balcony could hear and understand every word." - The Nation
Interviewed by Shriekfest founder Denise Gossett on my short film, eveless, and my career thus far~
Eveless, my first produced film, is now in a collection of shorts "GALAXY OF HORRORS," now on VOD across North America on iTunes, Vimeo, VHX, Vudu, DirectTV, Xbox, Amazon Prime, GooglePlay, and Youtube rentals.
For iTunes, please visit: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/movie/galaxy-of-horrors/id1197088433
Currently understudying VIETGONE at Manhattan Theatre Club. For more information, please visit: http://vietgoneplay.com/
Reviews by the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/26/theater/vietgone-review.html?_r=0
Spent a week at The Oregon Shakespeare Festiva participating in the 5th National Asian American Theater Festiva, Consortium of Asian American Theaters & Artists (CAATA) reading three plays: Picnic by Joned Suryatmoko, You Mean to Do Me Harm by Christopher Chen, and Oskar and the Curiously Colorful Clash by Prince Gomolvilas.
Staged reading of THE BROTHER'S PARANORMAL at Pan Asian Repertory Theater in New York City.
Milkshake won Best Short Film, Best Director (SangJin Ko), Best Actor (Vin Kridakorn, the role of Jack), and Best Actress Child (Madeline Lupi, the role of Alice) at The Christian Film Festival 2016. For more information, visit: http://www.raeganandrjinspace.com/cff-milkshake.html