Piyarat Chotiwattananont gained notoriety as Tony Jaa’s stuntman and martial artist wife. Tony, her husband, is a movie-action actor and martial artist.
Before deciding to be married, the pair dated for a number of years. On December 29, 2011, Piyarat and his bride Toy exchanged wedding vows.

Piyarat Chotiwattananont Wiki

Known ForTony Jaa’s wife
Full NamePiyarat Chotiwattananont
Zodiac SignUnknown
Piyarat Chotiwattananont

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Height1.68 m
Weight62 Kg
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorDark Black

Piyarat Chotiwattananont Age

Date of BirthUnknown

Piyarat Chotiwattananont Net Worth

Famous wife Piyarat Chotiwattananont benefited from her husband’s earnings from his professional job. As of 2022, Tony, her husband, is thought to be valued at around $10 million. Likewise, by working many jobs concurrently, he receives an average annual compensation of over $1.6 million.
Because of his professional career, he has gained a lot of value. She has a high standard of living with her family thanks to her wealthy spouse. They cohabitate contentedly.

Family & Relatives

There were 200 people present for Piyarat and Tony’s wedding ceremony, including her friends and relatives. Piyarat and her spouse Tony welcomed two children into their marriage. They have a son named Narinrat Yerum and a daughter named Hathaipawee Yeerum. Piyarat Chotiwattanont leads a contented life with her husband.

Mother: Unknown
Father: Unknown
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: Tony Jaa
Children: Hathaipawee Yeerum
Siblings: Unknown

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Who is her husband?

Tony Jaa, the spouse of Piyarat Chotiwattananont, is a Thai martial artist, actor, director, action choreographer, stunt performer, and a Buddhist monk.
On February 5th, 1976, Tatchakorn Yeerum was born. Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior (2003), Tom-Yum-Goong (2005), Ong Bak 2: The Beginning (2008), Furious 7 (2015), SPL II: Time of Consequences (2015), and Paradox are some of his best-known works (2017).

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Tony started off as a stuntman for 14 years for Muay Thai Stunt, featuring in a lot of Panna movies. He also filled in for Sammo Hung when the martial arts performer needed to grip an elephant’s tusks and somersault onto the animal’s back for a commercial for an energy drink.

He starred as the title character in the 2003 film Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior. He performed every stunt in the movie on his own, without the use of any machinery or special effects. He sustained a number of wounds while the movie was being filmed.