Lalita Panyopas made her acting debut in the late 1980s and she appeared as a lead actress in many Thai Lakorns in the late 1980s to early 2000s. She appeared in a 1999 Thai crime movie, Ruang Talok 69, which was written and directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang.
After that, Lalita appeared in another Thai movie, Ploy, which was written and directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang. It was premiered during the Directors' Fortnight at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. The co-stars of the movie are Ananda Everingham, Porntip Papanai, and Pornwut Sarasin. The total budget for the movie was $2 million and made a collection of $436,809.
Later, she appeared in another Thai drama movie, Present Perfect Continuous Tense, which was written and directed by Platphol Mingpornpichit. She starred in the movie along with Setthapong Phiangphor. Millions of people appreciated her performance in the movie.
Lalita is a Thai by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She married her long-term boyfriend, Narabadi Sasiprapha, a police officer of the Royal Thai Police. The couple blessed with two children both are sons named Sasidej Plankton and Sakdidej Eton Sasiprapha. She lives a happy married life with her husband and children and there is no sign of divorce between the couple.
One of the popular actresses from Thailand, Lalita Panyopas, earns a tremendous amount of money from her acting career. She also appeared in numerous movies and television series, from which she must have received a big chunk of money. However, the exact figure of her net worth is yet to reveal and is under review.