Chemban Vinod Jose

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Chemban Vinod Jose
Chemban Vinod Jose 14.jpg
Occupation
  • Actor
  • screenwriter
  • producer
  • physiotherapist
Years active2010-present
Spouse(s)Sunitha (divorced)
Mary Thomas (m. 2020)
Children1

Chemban Vinod Jose is an Indian film actor, producer, and screenwriter, who predominantly works in Malayalam films. He is a physiotherapist by profession.[1] He made his acting debut with the 2010 crime film Nayakan, playing an antagonistic role. Later he established himself as a successful character actor by appearing in more than 50 films, mostly in comedic roles. His best known for his performances include but not limited to Amen (2013), Tamaar Padaar (2014), Sapthamashree Thaskaraha (2014), Iyobinte Pusthakam (2014), Kohinoor (2015) and Oru Second Class Yathra (2015).

In 2017, he made his screenwriter debut with the crime drama Angamaly Diaries, a major critical and commercial success in Malayalam that year. In the following year, he co-produced the thriller Swathanthryam Ardharathriyil. In 2018, he won the Best Actor Award at 49th International Film Festival of India for his leading role in Ee.Ma.Yau.

Personal life[edit]

Chemban Vinod Jose was born to Maliackal Chemban Jose and Annies on 24 May 1977, in Angamaly as their eldest son. He did his schooling in Kidangoor, Angamaly and subsequently did his Pre-degree from St. Paul's College, Kalamassery. He moved to Bangalore in 1991 for higher studies, followed by his siblings Deepa and Ullas. His younger brother Ullas Jose Chemban debuted in the movie Angamaly Diaries which is scripted by Vinod. He graduated with a degree in physiotherapy from Bangalore. He was married to Sunitha, also a physiotherapist who works in New York City. They have a son John Chris Chemban. They later got divorced and on 5th of February 2020 he married Mariam Thomas d/o Thomas Chacko who is working as a Psychologist.[2]

Career[edit]

Awards[edit]

Filmography[edit]

As Actor[edit]

Year Title Role(s) Notes
2010 Nayakan Saravanan
2011 City of God
Bombay March 12
Collector Bomb Squad
2012 Friday Boat Driver Devassi
Kili Poyi Smuggler
2013 Ordinary Inspector
Amen Pailakkutty
5 Sundarikal Joshy Segment: Aami
Kaanchi [3]
Kadal Kadannu Oru Maathukutty
North 24 Kaatham Musthafa
Koottathil Oral Velu
2014 Happy Journey
Mosayile Kuthira Meenukal Nadayadi Suni
Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram Saalsa Kuttan
Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram Salasakuttan
Tamaar Padaar Tube Light Mani
Sapthamashree Thaskaraha Martin
Iyobinte Pustakam Dimitri[4]
2015 Aadu Oru Bheegara Jeeviyanu Highrange Hakkem
Oru Second Class Yathra Maran
Onnam Loka Mahayudham Altaf
Chandrettan Evideya Janan
Nee-Na Kari Oil
Double Barrel Diesel
Urumbukal Urangarilla Benny
Kohinoor Nicholas
Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi Prof. N. Neelakandan
Charlie Mathai / Pathrose
2016 Paavada Fr. Kattipparamban
Darvinte Parinamam Darvin
Kali Chakkara
Shikhamani Shikamani
Oppam Anandhan R, CI
Ore Mukham ACP
2017 Angamaly Diaries Himself (Guest Appearance) Also script writer[5]
Georgettan's Pooram Peter
Varnyathil Aashanka Wilson
Thrissivaperoor Kliptham David Pauly
2018 Swathanthryam Ardharathriyil Devassi
Ee.Ma.Yau Eeshi
Maradona Martin
Goli Soda 2 (Harbour) Thillai Tamil film
Dakini Mayan
2019 Porinju Mariam Jose Puthanpally Jose
Jallikkattu Varkey
Puzhikkadakan Samuel
2020 Big Brother
Trance Isaac Thomas
Idi Mazha Kaattu Filming

As Script Writer[edit]

Year Title Director
2017 Angamaly Diaries Lijo Jose Pellissery

As Producer[edit]

Year Title Director Notes
2018 Swathanthryam Ardharathriyil Tinu Pappachan Co-produced with BC Joshi and Lijo Jose Pellissery
2019 Thamaasha Ashraf Hamza Co-produced with Sameer Thahir, Shyju Khalid and Lijo Jose Pellissery
2019 Jallikkattu Lijo Jose Pellissery Co-produced with O.Thomas Panicker and Lijo Jose Pellissery

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Mathrubhumi Show Guru Video
  2. ^ "Chemban Vinod: A comedian who never disappoints". Manorama Online. Retrieved 28 December 2019.
  3. ^ [2] Rediff review film Kaanchi
  4. ^ [3] Times of India entertainment News
  5. ^ Angamaly Diaries Wiki page

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