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Molly (Elvis Little Sister---พีราภรณ์ มอลลี่ เทพวิวัฒน์) entered the entertainment industry at the age of three. By making her first impression to one of Thailand's most popular show, she sang Run Samson Run by Neil Sadaka; followed by Patsy Cline’s Seven Lonely Days. After the show was aired, her career expanded which led Molly to the next step in the entertainment industry as a professional actress and a singer. Molly later appeared in commercials and advertisements, and finally into movies and soap operas. Though, she spent most of her times performing live concerts in different provinces of Thailand.
When Molly was about six, she became one of the biggest Elvis Presley fans. She began to learn his songs and impersonating his dance since then, which even impressed people even more. Molly taught herself the King’s impersonation step by step by slowing down the video motion. She would repeat the same song over numerous times until she gets the lyrics right and practice over again for any improvements. Finally Elvis Presley became the one and only in her heart forever. She began to participate in each and every Elvis Memorial Concerts and tour over Asia by the age six. She had performed in Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and China number of times with Elvis impersonators over the world.
According to the 1999 Elvis Memorial Concert at Asia Hotel Bangkok, Thailand, the CNN News Agency captured Molly’s dance movement as the King of Rock n’ Roll and reported her live as the youngest Elvis Presley Impersonator. It was the same year the Molly was interviewed to the Thai Airways’ Sawadee Magazine; a major Thai magazine which tourists around the world will be reading.
On March 26th, 2003 Molly and her family immigrates to the United States in Los Angeles, California for her and her sister’s better education, but her career continues. She performs in Las Vegas several times with many world class Elvis impersonators; such as Donny Edwards, from Texas, and Johnny Thompson, from Illinois.
In mid 2004, Molly met a manager of The Platters and The Temptations, Cheka Abubakari at the Elvis Memorial Concert in Los Angeles, California; and had been working with him for several years.
In the beginning of 2005, he booked Molly to perform with The Temptations in El Centro, the border of Mexico. The actual concert date was on November 22, 2004 at the Southwest Performing Art Theatre. Abubakari also booked Molly to perform with The Platters in Hollywood, California.
While attending fifth grade in 2004, Roger Ramnath, a producer from Apple Corp’s Ghetto Film production was interested in making a short documentary about Molly’s career. The film itself was only 6:49 minutes, containing many views of Molly’s career, since a young age. Ramnath sent the film to New York City’s Film festival, but instead got accepted to the 2005 Film Festival in Hollywood, California. It was qualified as the Top Ten Finalist. Molly and mother as well attended the premier at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California. Molly had worked with Disney Channel once appearing the That's So Raven show in 2005.
Besides Elvis Presley’s music, Molly has always been fond to the oldies and sixties tracks. Her all time favorites includes The Beatles, Georgia Gibbs, Tom Jones, Liza Minnelli, Petula Clark and much more. Molly as well performed many oldies songs throughout her lives in concerts and continuing to. By now, she had memorized over 300 songs and continued to learn more and more each day. She could as well sing in fourteen different languages: Thai, English, Mexican, Brazilian, Spanish, Israeli, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Singaporean, Taiwanese, Malaysian, Indonesian, and Vietnamese.
Molly is currently attending Los Angeles High School for Performing Arts ( Los Angeles High School No.9) as an 11th grader. She lives with her family in Hollywood, California and continues her career as an Elvis impersonator and a professional singer with a great support from her family.
Thank you for all the beautiful Christmas and New Years Pictures with special notes. I hope you have a wonderful year and are blessed with all you long for. And yes
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR ELVIS, you are missed and loved!