Anusha Damayanthi

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Anusha Damayanthi
Born Pussallage Anusha Damayanthi Gunathilake
(1978-02-11) 11 February 1978 (age 40)
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Education Homagama Maha Vidyalaya, Visakha Vidyalaya
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–present

Anusha Damayanthi (Sinhalese: අනූෂා දමයන්ති) is a Sri Lankan actress in Sri Lankan cinema.[1] She won Dance Stars Dance reality show title in 2011 which was telecast on Swarnavahini.[2]

Theatre work[edit]

She has acted few stage dramas. Her first stage acting came through Indian Sagare drama directed by Sisil Gunasekara. She then acted on Vaniciye Twinsla,[3] and Dancing Super Star.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1996 Cherio Darling Dancer
1997 Ege Vairaya 2
1997 Ragaye Unusuma
1997 Viyaru Geheniyak
1998 Sexy Girl
1998 Girl Friend
1998 Ege Vairaya 3 Rasadari 'Rasa'
1998 Akkai Nangiyi Dancer ("Ha Ha Harida")
1999 Koti Sana
2000 Dadabima
2000 Ege Vairaya 4 Surangi
2000 Ginigath Madusamaya Ruchirani
2001 Balakaamaya Best Performances - 2002 Sarasaviya Awards[1]
2001 Sellam Kukka
2002 Kamasutra Nelum
2003 pissu trible Surangana
2003 Hitha Honda Pisso Ranitha
2003 One Shot Table Dancer
2004 Clean Out Rosalyn
2004 Ohoma Harida Thushari
2004 Jolly Boys Sanda
2006 Samu Noganna Sugandika
2006 Dharma Puthra Maduri Merit Awards - 31st Sarasaviya Awards[5]
2006 Sonduru Wasanthe Renuka
2007 Mister Dana Rina
2007 First Love Pooja Choreographer
2007 No Problem Darling Choreographer
2008 Ali Pancha Mage Mithura
2008 Sura Sapa Soya
2009 Leader
2009 Sir Last Chance Anu
2011 Muthu Salamba
2011 Thank You Berty Matilda, Norty's wife
2012 Sakvithi Dadayama Senuri
2014 Siri Daladagamanaya Naaga Queen
2015 Sanjana Priya
2015 None Mage Sudu None Pabalu
2015 Aathma Warusha
2015 My Name Is Bandu Sanju
2015 Singa Machan Charlie Chami
2017 Nilanjana
TBD Seethala Yuddhaya[6]
TBD Ayyai Nangyi [7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Anusha Damayanthi". National Film Corporation Of Sri Lanka. Retrieved 15 April 2017. 
  2. ^ Weerasuriya, Sanath (14 August 2011). "Anusha D. crowned 'Dancing Queen'". The Sunday Times (Sri Lanka). Retrieved 15 April 2017. 
  3. ^ "Anusha on to Stage". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 17 November 2017. 
  4. ^ "Anusha with reality stage drama". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 3 December 2017. 
  5. ^ "සරසවිය චිත්‍රපට උළෙල - 2007 (In Sinhala)". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 15 April 2017. 
  6. ^ "කීර්තිගේ සීතල යුද්ධය වැඩ ඇරඹේ". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 7 September 2017. 
  7. ^ "Tale of Sayuri - plot of Ayyai Nangyi". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 14 September 2018. 

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