Joy Mathew

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Joy Mathew
Born 19 September 1959 (1959-09-19) (age 58)
Challissery, Thrissur, India
Occupation Actor, director, playwright, screenwriter
Spouse(s) Saritha
Children 3

Joy Mathew (born 19 September 1959) is an Indian film and theatre actor, director, playwright, and screenwriter. He predominantly works in Malayalam cinema.

Career[edit]

Joy Mathew is best known for playing the lead role in John Abraham's 1986 film Amma Ariyan[1] which was voted one of the Top 10 Indian films by British Film Institute.[2] In 2012, he made his directorial debut with Shutter which portrays unexpected incidents happening in two days and a night in the city of Kozhikode. The film had its Indian premiere at the 17th International Film Festival of Kerala and international premiere at the 9th Dubai International Film Festival. It won the Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Feature Film (Audience Prize) at the 17th International Film Festival of Kerala. Shutter was also screened at Chennai Film Festival (2012–13), Mumbai Film Festival (2012–13), Bangalore Film Festival (2012–13), Busan Film Festival (2012–13), Hamburg Film Festival (2012–13), and Indian Panorama (2012-13).[3]

Joy Mathew has written more than 22 plays in Malayalam, such as Madhyadharanyazhi (1994), Veeedukal Kathunnu (1999), Athirthikkal (1989), Sankadal (1996), Pretoria – 18 Oct (1996) and Chille 73 (1997). He received the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi award for his play Sankadal in 1996. He was honoured by Kerala Sahitya Academy for the Best Anthology of one act plays "Sisu" in 1994 and Madhyadhanyazhi for the Best Drama in 1995, Daivathinte Thoppi (2015), Poonaranga (2015), Raktha Thabala (2017).[4]

Personal life[edit]

Joy Mathew was born to P. V. Mathew and Esther on 19 September 1959.[5] He married Saritha who had been working as the head of sales at Electronics Company Dubai. The couple have three children: Mathew, Ann and Thanya.[6]

Awards[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1986 Amma Ariyan Purushan John Abraham
2013 Annayum Rasoolum Mattanchery Joseph Rajeev Ravi
Shutter Singer Himself Directorial debut
Rose Guitarinaal Daddy Ranjan Pramod
Amen Father Abraham Ottaplakal Lijo Jose Pellissery
Honey Bee Cleetus Jean Paul Lal
Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi Abdulla Haji Sameer Thahir
Zachariayude Garbhinikal Anuradha's husband Aneesh Anwar
Sringaravelan Don Gopi Prasad Jose Thomas
Philips and the Monkey Pen Capt.Richard Philip Shanil Muhammad, Rojin Thomas
Idukki Gold John Aashiq Abu
Bangles Priest Dr.Suvid Wilson
Nadan G Krishna Kumar Kamal
Silence Advt. Markose V. K. Prakash
2014 1983 Gopi Aashan Abrid Shine
Pranayakatha Seban's father
Manja Journalist Richard Bijoy Urmise, Rammohan S Menon
Praise the Lord Kunjutty Shibu Ganghadharan
7th Day P.T.R. Bhattathiri Shyamdhar
'Avatharam Irumbanakkal John Joshy
Vikramadithyan Dr.Ramanath Pai Lal Jose
Law Point Prof.John Lijin Jose
Konthayum Poonoolum Isac Lijo Antony
Sapthamashree Thaskaraha Poius Mathew Anil Radhakrishana Menon
Rajadhi Raja Ahammed shah Ajay vasudev
Ulsahacommittee Ayyankaar Akku Akbar
Munnariyippu T G Menon Venu
Njaan Joy Mathew Renjth
Ithihasa Binu S
Asha Black JhonRobin Son
Angels Fr.Varghese Punyalan Jean Marcose
Oru Korean Padam Director Joy Mathew Sujith s Nair
Nagara Varidhi Naduvil Njan Minister Sebastian
2015 Lailaa O Lailaa Dr. Aravind Menon Joshiy
Mariyam Mukku Sayip (Salomi's father)
Rasputin Vayalil Satheesan Jinu G. Daniel
Utopiayile Rajavu C. Parameswaran Pillai Kamal
Pathemari Chandran Salim Ahamed
Jamna Pyari Prakashan Thomas K sebastian
Swargathekkal Sundaram Lopez/Gee Varghese
Alif Hajiyar Muhammed
Chirakodinja Kinavukal Virakuvettukaran Santhosh Viswanath
Monsoon Mamachan Santhosh
Namukkore Aakasham Col.John Samuel Pradeep Mullanezhi
Loham Arif Bhai Ranjith
Charlie Ummer Martin Prakatt
2016 Mohavalayam TV Chandran
King Liar Pothuval Master Siddique Lal
Devi A. L. Vijay
2017 God Say Shyju Govind, Sherry Govindan
Oru Cinemakkaran Pothuval Master Leo Thaddeus
Chakkara Maavin Kombathu Ali Mammu Tony Chittettukalam
Puthan Panam Mahin Haji Renjith
Chippy John Samuel Pradeep Chokli
Clint Dr.Samuvel Harikumar
Goodalochana Rahin Hajji Thomas K. Sebastian
Crossroad Lenin Rajendran
Pathirakalam narration priyanandanan
Paathi (2017 film) Theyyam kalakaran Chandran Narikkodu
Balloon Fr. John Sinish Sreedharan
2018 The Sound Story Varghese Prasad Docufiction
Kinar Varghese M. A. Nishad Bilingual film
Keni M. A. Nishad Tamil
Uncle Vijayan Gireesh Damodar
Udalazham Mohan Unnikrishnan Avala
Street Lights Joseph Shamdat
Uncle Gireesh Damodar Screenwriter
Chalakkudikkaran Changathi Thamburan Vinayan
Sthalam Fr. Varghese Sivaprasad

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AMMA ARIYAN". British Film Institute (www.bfi.org.uk). Retrieved 20 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "Lists of bests". www.listsofbests.com. Retrieved 20 December 2012. 
  3. ^ SHUTTER remade in six Indian languages like Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Punjabi and Kongini|http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/kozhikode/Shutter-still-room-for-remakes/article16070683.ece} "Curtains down on IFFK, Sta. Nina bags Suvarna Chakoram". Malayala Manorama. Manoramaonline. 14 December 2012. Archived from the original on 11 January 2013. Retrieved 15 December 2012. 
  4. ^ "Joy Mathew". dubaifilmfest.com. Archived from the original on 22 January 2013. Retrieved 18 December 2012. 
  5. ^ [1] Archived 24 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ "Malayalam News, Kerala News, Latest Malayalam News, Latest Kerala News, Breaking News, Online News, Malayalam Online News, Kerala Politics, Business News, Movie News, Malayalam Movie News, News Headlines, Malayala Manorama Newspaper, Breaking Malayalam News". Manoramaonline.com. Retrieved 2015-12-13. 
  7. ^ http://iffk.in/iffk-2012/
  8. ^ "Suvarna Chakoram for Sta.Nina". The Hindu. 14 December 2012. Retrieved 15 December 2012.
  9. ^ "TTK Prestige-Vanitha Film Awards: Shobhana, Prithviraj win best actor, actress awards". Kerala9.com. 2014-01-20. Retrieved 2015-12-13. 
  10. ^ "Mammotty, Kavya Madhavan bag Asiavision awards - Emirates 24|7". Emirates247.com. 2013-11-05. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 2015-12-13. 
  11. ^ '+json.loginStatus.userName+' (2013-11-16). "Mammootty and John Abraham rule Asiavision Awards". GulfNews.com. Retrieved 2015-12-13. 
  12. ^ https://madaboutmoviez.com/2015/08/10/the-kerala-state-film-awards-2015-complete-list-of-winners/

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