Wasu Wanrayangkoon graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Srinakharinwirot University, with a B.A in Performing Arts Acting and Directing. He first began working with B-Floor in 2013 when he performed in “Typhoon (The Remains),” a collaboration with Thammasat University's Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts commemorating the events of Oct 14, 1973.
Wasu officially joined B-Floor as a member in 2014 and has gone on to perform in numerous productions in Thailand, Japan and South Korea, including “WW101”(2015), “Manoland” (2015), “Something Missing” (2015) and “Red Tank” (2016). “Something Missing” won Best Movement-Based Performance from the Bangkok Theatre Festival in 2015 and “Fundamental” (2016) received the Best Movement-Based Performance Award and Best Performance by an Ensemble Award by the Thai Section of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC – Thailand) that year.
Wasu is trained in Viewpoints, Laban Effort Qualities and Mime. Outside of his work with B-Floor, he works as a professional mime director and actor and has performed in Thailand and Italy. He teaches pantomime with Konnakhao Mime Academy of Thailand.