Myra Molloy is a Thai singer, who rose to fame by winning the reality competition, shows The Thailands Got Talent when she was just thirteen. She was cast in the film He’s All That Along with Edison Roy and Peyton Mayer.
When she was eight years old, the cover of her “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” went viral on YouTube.
More About Myra.
Her YouTube channel, Mainpat Myra Molloy, has over 30,000 subscribers.
After high school, he chose to attend the Berkeley College of Music in Boston. Myra has a younger sister named Nina.
Like singer Mai Charoenpura, Myra is also a pop singer from Thailand.
Myra Molloy Height.
5 feet 5 inches or 165 cm
Myra Molloy Weight.
50 kg or 110 lbs
Caste / Caste Nationality.
Mixed (white and Asian). She is of Thai descent on behalf of her mother and has American roots on her father’s behalf.
Myra Molloy Unknown Facts.
- She was just 5 years old when she started playing the violin and later shifted to the viola.
- She fell in love with Broadway during frequent trips to New York City while growing up.
- Myra Molloy participated in the reality competition television series, Thailand’s Got Talent, in 2011 and sang Time to Bye, Think of Me, Pie Jesu and the Thai pop song star. She started to won the competition at the age of 13.
- She played the character named Vish in the second season of the dark fantasy thriller television series, Halfworld, in 2015.
- Over the years, she has performed at events such as The Thai National Film Awards, The British Embassy Celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Birthday and The Asia-Pacific ICT Awards.
- She has attended performances at The Phantom of the Opera several times, often standing throughout the performance with her $26 standing-room ticket.
- In June 2020, Myra Molloy appeared as Mara Chamberlain in an episode titled The Bold Type’s Levelling Up, the comedy-drama television series.
- She enjoys the music.
- Myra has performed in many places like Paris, China, Singapore, Thailand and the United States. In addition, she has sung in various languages such as English, Thai, Chinese, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Latin.
- She has given tone to Moana’s character in the Thai version of the 2016 Walt Disney Studios 3D computer-animated musical adventure film, Moana.
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