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(written from a Production point of view)
Nanakornpanom is a skilled martial artist and all-around stuntman with experiences in firearms, helicopter performances, and as an emergency medical technician.
He appeared in the action films Pit Fighter (2005, with Ric Sarabia and stunts by Theo Kypri), The Last Eve (2005), Maximum Cage Fighting (2006, alongside fellow Star Trek stunt performer Chris Torres), Lords of the Underworld (2006, with stunt actors David Mattey, Douglas Tait, stunt rigger Lane Leavitt, and assistant stunt coordinator Fernando Chien), and the short drama FBI Guys (2006, with Jeff Rector and Richard Riehle, under stunt coordination of Ian Eyre).
Nanakornpanom continued with utility stunts in two episodes of the television series Scrubs (2007, starring Ken Jenkins, and alongside Kevin Derr), followed by performances in the short films Assassins and The Sled (both 2007, and in the latter one with Star Trek stuntwoman Lauren Mary Kim) and in the Dexter episode "Waiting to Exhale" (2007, with Keith Carradine). He also doubled actor Luis Moncada in the Moonlighting episode "Love Lasts Forever" (2008, under stunt coordinator Noon Orsatti).
Among his recent projects in 2008 are the fantasy drama White Wall (with Ian Eyre), the action film Broken Path, the thriller The Girl from the Naked Eye (with Sidney Liufau and stunts by Fernando Chien, Lauren Mary Kim, and Jade Quon), as stunt double for Phil Morris in the action comedy Black Dynamite, the action sequel Fast & Furious (2009), the comedy I Love You, Man (2009), and the television series Crash (2009) (with Dana Dru Evenson, under stunt coordinator Clint Lilley).