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Biography
At the age of 15, Jah was lucky – he became a disciple of the legendary Thai stuntman and stuntman Panna Rittikrai (Panna Rittikrai), which took place at the College of Physical Education in Maha Sarakham Province. Jaa was trained in several techniques, with special emphasis on Taekwondo. It is known that Tony also owns aikido and jujitsu.
Tony Jaa, sometimes – Tony Jha, was born on 05.02.1976 in the province of Surin in the north of Thailand (Surin province, Isan, Thailand). His real name is Panom Yeerum, but today the whole Western world knows him as Tony Jaa. His parents were engaged in breeding elephants, while the boy himself from the very childhood with enthusiasm watched films with Bruce Lee (Bruce Lee), Jackie Chan (Jackie Chan) and Jet Li (Jet Li). So, he literally raved insurgents, heroes-singles and single combats, and soon decided to imitate his heroes himself and began to train. Tony Thai boxing has especially carried away.
At the age of 15, Jah was lucky – he became a disciple of the legendary Thai stuntman and stuntman Panna Rittikrai (Panna Rittikrai), which took place at the College of Physical Education in Maha Sarakham Province. Jaa was trained in several techniques, with special emphasis on Taekwondo. It is known that Tony also owns aikido and jujitsu.
Soon Tony Jaa was already one of the stuntmen of the team of Panna Rittikray. So the work began in front of the camera. Starting with commercials, Jaha later got into a big movie, and his first film was the thriller ‘Mortal Kombat: Annihilation’, where he replaced in the tricks of actor Robin Shou (Robin Shou).
Interest in Tony Jaa not as an understudy, but as an independent actor arose after filming a short film about the ancient style of muay-boran, which laid the foundation for the modern style of Muay Thai. So, the director and producer Prachya Pinkaew (Prachya Pinkaew), after seeing Jah, decided to make a film with Tony in the title role.
The ‘Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior’ fighter came out in 2003; His action took place in a small Thai village, whose inhabitants once noticed a terrible loss – the head of the statue of Buddha disappeared. So, to find and return the loss to the place could only one person who had the secrets of the ancient style of Muay Thai. Of course, this character was Tony Jaa’s character, and the film was a great success for the Western public. By the way, the film was shot very “honestly” – no computer graphics, Tony performed all the most complicated tricks in the film himself.
In 2004, Jaa played in the Thai action movie ‘The Bodyguard’, and in the second part of this project – ‘The Bodyguard 2’ – he appeared in 2007.
The most notable work of the actor was the role in the dramatic action movie 2005 ‘The Honor of the Dragon’ (‘Tom yum goong’), where Jaya got the title character. He played a simple Thai peasant, who came into conflict with a criminal syndicate; Of course, the character of Tony was not so simple, and the film abounded with beautiful battle scenes and colorful characters. This film enjoyed just great success in the west, and Tony himself actively advertised it, arranging demonstration performances and shows.
Continuation of ‘Ong Bak’ – ‘Ong Bak 2: Unsurpassed’ (‘Ong bak 2’) – was released in 2008, and in 2010 the third part of this project was released. By the way, over this film, Jaa worked as a screenwriter, director and producer.
In 2012, the continuation of the “Honor of the Dragon” is being prepared for release, and in 2013, the release of the American militant ‘Machete Kills’ with Tony Jaa in the title role is planned.
In general, the glory of Tony Jaa, a true master of martial arts, has long gone beyond the borders of his country. His complicated tricks with extreme acrobatics made him a new star of Asian fighters.

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