Amphol Lumpoon (born July 20, 1963 in Rayong Province, Thailand) is a Thai actor. He is also the lead singer in the Thai rock band, Micro, but then split up for his solo career. He was popular in the 1980s and 1990s. Amphol was married to singer-actress Marsha Wattanapanich. They divorced in 1997. They have one child together.

Amphol’s songs (solo, and with Micro) include “Jai Sohm Sohm” (“Broken Heart”), “Ow Pai Loey” (“Take It”), “Bauk Mah Kum Diow” (“Tell Me One Thing”) and “Sia Mai” (“Broken”). A compilation album featuring new such Thai rock bands such as Clash, Zeal and Kala called Little Rock Project features songs by Amphol and Micro being covered by various artists.

Amphol had the title role in The Story of Nam Pu, directed by Euthana Mukdasanit, which was submitted by Thailand for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Amphol won the best actor award at the Asia Pacific Film Festival for Nam Pu, an award he shared with Chow Yun-fat for Hong Kong 1941. Amphol was also awarded best actor for Ang Yee – Dragon’s Son at the 2000 Thailand National Film Association Awards.

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