Paing Takhon Net worth
Paing Takhon, a Burmese model and actor has a net worth of $2 million. He is well known all across the world especially in Myanmar and Thailand. In 2019, he started working as brand ambassador for major brands such as Oppo Myanmar, Telenor Myanmar, Sunkist Myanmar, T247 energy drink, MG Vehicles Myanmar and Sailun Tire Myanmar.
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Paing Takhon Biography
Paing Takhon is a Burmese singer, model, and actor. He began his career in the entertainment industry as a runway model in 2014.
Paing Takhon was one of the “23 Stunning South Asian Men That Are Too Gorgeous For Words” on BuzzFeed in 2018. He was named one of The Myanmar Times’ “Top 10 Actors” in 2019.
Paing Takhon was born in Kawthaung, Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar, on September 17, 1996, to parents Tun Moe and Khin Kyu. He was born and raised in Khamaukgy.
Paing Takhon Education
Paing relocated to Yangon in 2014 to pursue a career as a model. He is now pursuing a degree in Psychology at the University of Distance Education in Yangon.
Paing Takhon Career
In 2014, he enrolled in John Lwin’s model training program. Since then, he has pursued professional modeling and catwalk training. He began his career in the entertainment industry as a runway model for John Lwin’s Star & Model International Modeling Agency, walking on innumerable commercial shows and runways.
In 2017, he rose to stardom as an actor.
He made his acting debut in the film Midnight Traveller alonsige Nang Khin Zay Yar, in which he had a leading role. He later starred as the lead character in the drama film Bad Boys 2 (Angel of Bad Boys).
In 2018, he co-starred with Angel Lamung in the action horror film Thaman Kyar (Weretiger).
He was supposed to star in Cambodian director Leak Lyda’s forthcoming film The Clock: Red Wall in 2020.
Paing Takhon was active in the anti-coup campaign in Myanmar after the coup d’état in 2021, both in person at demonstrations and over social media. He has been participating in protests since February, denouncing the military takeover.
He joined the three-finger salute movement “We Want Justice.” The campaign began on social media, and a number of celebrities have joined in.
The State Administration Council issued arrest warrants for him on 7 April 2021 under section 505 (a) of the penal code for speaking out against the military coup.
He was charged, along with several other celebrities, with inciting people to participate in the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) and causing damage to the state’s ability to govern, as well as supporting the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw and generally inciting people to disrupt the country’s peace and stability.
According to local media sources, he was detained and brought into custody from his mother’s home in the North Dagon region of Yangon at 5:00 a.m. on April 8, 2021.
At the time of his arrest, he was suffering from cerebral malaria as well as hereditary ailments such as coronary heart disease and asthma.