Mint is a mix of three different ethnicity. Mint’s father is full Chinese, her mother is half Thai-Indian, which makes Mint half Chinese, and a quarter Thai-Indian. Mint was named after her mother’s favorite flavored candy “My Mint.” She is the oldest sister of three younger brothers named Simon, Mos and Milo.

Chalida started her acting career as a supporting characters, portraying variety of roles. Finally in 2010, she was casted as one of the lead actors in 4 Hua Jai Hang Khun Khao, a special series project to celebrate Thai TV3 Channel’s 40th years anniversary where she played the character of Cher-aim. This series allowed her to become more well known and was a breakthrough point for her, opening more opportunities for her in the industry. She become a lead actress again during 2012 in the lakorn Nuer Mek 2 and later in 2013 was casted in another big series for Ch 3, Suphap Buroot Juthathep. She is probably best known for her role in that lakorn as Piengkwan where she captured many viewers with her portrayal of the beautiful, sympathetic but strong hearted dancer.

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