|Occupation||Film director, Actor|
Johny Antony is an Indian film director and actor, known for making comedy films in Malayalam cinema. He is from Changanassery in Kottayam district, Kerala. He worked for about a decade as an associate to directors Thulasidas, Taha, Kamal and Jose Thomas. Antony made his directorial debut with the slapstick comedy C.I.D. Moosa in 2003.
In 2012, he directed two films, one being Masters, a movie starring Prithviraj, Sasikumar, Pia Bajpai, and Ananya, and the other being Thappana, a movie starring Mammootty, Murali Gopy, Charmy Kaur.
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|2009||Ee Pattanathil Bhootham||Malayalam|
|2001||Ee Parakkum Thalika||Thaha|
|1999||Udayapuram Sulthan||Jose Thomas|
|1994||Poochakkaru Mani Kettum||Thulasidas|
Karate Master/ Political party worker
|2018||Joseph||Parish Priest||M. Padmakumar||Malayalam|
|2019||Ittymaani: Made in China||Adv.Tharyan Kurian||Jibi–Joju||Malayalam|
|2020||Varane Aavashyamundu||Dr. Bose||Anoop Sathyan||Malayalam|
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