Pyay Ti Oo

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Pyay Ti Oo
Native name
Pyay Ti Oo

(1978-11-30) 30 November 1978 (age 40)
Chaunggaung Village, Pyay, Bago Division, Myanmar
Alma materPyay Technological University
OccupationActor, Model
Years active1999–present
Height170 cm (5 ft 7 in)
Spouse(s)Eindra Kyaw Zin
ChildrenPyay Thudra
Pyay D Ya
Parent(s)Tin Maung Oo
Ti Ti
AwardsMyanmar Academy Award (Best Lead Actor for 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014)
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Pyay Ti Oo (Burmese: ပြေတီဦး, born 30 November 1978) is a four-time Myanmar Academy Award winning film actor and advertising model in Myanmar.[1] He is CEO of Pyay Ti Oo Education Foundation, which provides scholarships to economically disadvantaged students who have been accepted into medical school.

Early life[edit]

Pyay Ti Oo was born on 30 November 1978 in Yangon to Ti Ti and her physician husband, Dr. Tin Maung Oo. The middle child of three siblings, he has one elder sister, Swe Ti Oo, and one younger sister, Ngwe Ti Oo. His family moved to Mokpalin after his birth. He graduated from Pyay Technological University with a B.E. degree in Civil Engineering.[2]


Pyay Ti Oo started acting since he was a student. He got his first break in 1999 when he appeared in the program of "Myanmar Language" on Myanmar Radio and Television. His first film was Yan Kyway in which he appeared as a supporting actor. His most successful movies produced in 2009 were Chit-Pan Wah Wah, Cho Lein (Artificial Treat), Yin-Bat Chin A-Nyi, Kyama Pakhon Hma Leikpya Lay Dwe Na Khe Bu De. Pyay Ti Oo acted in six films and many TV advertisements in 2009. Pyay Ti Oo won the 2010 Best Lead Actor Award of Myanmar Academy Award Ceremony on 7 February 2012.[3] He won the Academy Award for his performance in the film Adam, Eve and Datsa (Burmese: အာဒမ်ရယ်၊ ဧဝရယ်၊ ဒသရယ်). His role "Min Htin Si" in that movie is kind of villain.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Pyay Ti Oo has said that if he were not involved in the entertainment industry, he would have become an engineer. Pyay Ti Oo married actress Eindra Kyaw Zin in January 2011. Their wedding ceremony was broadcast "live" on Burmese TV, MRTV-4.[4] The couple gave birth to their very first born daughter, Pyay Thudra on 14 October 2011.

Social work[edit]

Pyay Ti Oo founded the "Pyay Ti Oo Education Foundation" with a seed investment of ($10000) 10 million kyats. Outstanding students, who qualify to study at medical universities but cannot afford the tuition, are eligible to apply for a grant from his foundation. Each student will receive K50,000 a month for the duration of their studies but must adhere to certain rules and regulations. Students who take up the scholarship are required to stay and work in Myanmar for five years after completing their degrees. They are also not permitted to leave the country or get married while they are studying. Poor grades and attendance records are also grounds for termination of support.[5] For fund-raising, Pyay Ti Oo and his fellow artists made Pyay Ti Oo Foundation Fun-Raising Concert on 4 December 2011 at Thuwunna Indoor Stadium, Yangon. They produced two videos of that and donate all their artist fees.


Lists of Films
Year Film Co-Stars
2000 Yan Kyway
2009 Chit Pan Wah Wah[6]
2009 Cho Lein[6]
2009 Yin Bat Chin Anyi[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2009 Kyama Pakhon Paw Hma Leippya Lay Dway Na Ge Bu De[6] Thet Mon Myint, May Ka Byar
2009 Lay Hline Chit Thu[6] Thet Mon Myint, Tint Tint Htun
2010 Chin Phat[6]
2010 Yay Yote Yay Che Thu[6]
2010 Pan Ton Kabya[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin, San Htut
2010 A-Phyu Yaung Lwinbyin Mya[6]
2010 Letwe Bet Yin-Bat Hsi Ga Guitar[6]
2010 Chit Phu De Ma Lwe Bu Yu Naing De[6] Tint Tin Htun, Wine Su, Chaw Ya Ta Nar
2010 Bite Bite Bite[6] Kyaw Ye Aung, Soe Myat Thuza, Nawarat
2010 Kya Go Tote De Pya[6]
2010 The Ko Phya Achit[6]
2010 Chit Ma Chit Akyee Gyi Chit[6]
2010 Chote Say[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 Lay-Byay Tay Thwa Seit-Ku Nghet-Lay-Mya[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 Chit-Thu Ye Chit-Thu[6] Thet Mon Myint
2010 Hnin Dandaryi[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 Na Kyat Kwet Ninn De Yaukpha[6] Thet Mon Myint
2010 Apyo Lay Ye Cowboy[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 Ma Chit Pe Ma Nay Naing Bu[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 Short Shi De Achit[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin, Khant Sithu and Moe Hay Ko
2010 A-Hsint Myint Chit Zaga[6]
2010 1500 Kyaw De[6]
2010 Yin-Khon Than[6] Phway Phway
2010 Mahaythi Ye Jalaby[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 Bat Ki Hpuza[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 3+4=Love[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2010 Wut Hmone Win Ei Apyin Sa Yatha[6] Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2010 Apyin Sa Uyin-Hmu[6] Soe Myat Thu Zar
2010 Ba Laung Ba Le[6] Moe Hay Ko
2010 Hmaw Panthi[6] Moe Hay Ko
2010 Meinma Yu Me Hso Yin Sin-Za Bo Lo Me[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2011 Shwe Lin-Ban Ne Pan Kan Thu[6] Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2011 Juliet Ta Yay Noe[6] Moe Hay Ko
2011 Chit-Thu Thi Zay[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2011 Dar Kyi Pee Mha Phwa Kya Par[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2011 Yone Kyi Chin Hnin Si[6] Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2011 Yin-Dwin Ashotdawbon[6] Phway Phway, Moe Yu San
2011 Ka Kyoe Sone De Tha Toe Tha[6] Moe Hay Ko
2011 Chocolate Love[6] Eindra Kyaw Zin
2011 Nint[6] Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2011 Di Kaung-Ma-Lay Atwet[6] Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2011 Nat-Thami Phaw De A-seit[6] Moe Hay Ko
2011 Pa Hta Ma Sone Chit Tar Nin[6] Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2011 Let Ma Htat Mi 3 Naryi[6] Moe Hay Ko
2011 Kyanaw Yaukkhama Ne Thu-Ei Virus Mya Soe Myat Thuza, Soe Myat Nandar, Soe Pyei Thazin, Sandi Myint Lwin, Wai Lyan
2011 Achit Yawga[6] Moe Hay Ko

Films (Big Screen Movies)[edit]

Lists of Films
Year Film Director Co-Stars
2009 Shote-Shet Te Achit Mya Ko Zaw (Aryon Oo) Khant Sithu, Eindra Kyaw Zin, Moe Hay Ko, Soe Myat Thuza
2010 Swe Ta Yar Maung Ta Kyeit Mee Pwar Khant Sithu, Khine Thin Kyi, Khine Hnin Wai
2010 Yin Bat Kyee Ne Chit Lai Me Wah Wah Win Shwe Moe Hay Ko, Nyunt Win, Yan Aung, War War Win Shwe, Thar Htoo
2010 Amay Kyay Zuu Sat Phuu Chin De Khin Saw Myo Thet Mon Myint, Nay Aung, May Than Nu, War War Aung
2010 Nat Phet Te Zon-dwe Mya Ko Zaw (Aryon Oo) Eindra Kyaw Zin, Thet Mon Myint, Nanda
2010 Kyaukthinbon Dway Mo-Hta-De Ein Ko Zaw (Aryon Oo) Kyaw Ye Aung, Thet Mon Myint
2011 Adam, Eve and Datsa Wyne (Own Creator) Sai Sai Kham Hlaing, Thet Mon Myint
2012 May Khin Kanya Ko Zaw (Aryon Oo) Yan Aung, Ye Aung, Khant Sithu, Kyaw Kyaw Bo, Eindra Kyaw Zin, Soe Myat Thuza, Wut Hmone Shwe Yee, Thinza Wint Kyaw
2012 Let Pan (The Red Cotton Silk Flower) Wyne (Own Creator) Phway Phway
2013 Nin Say Yin Wyne (Own Creator) Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2014 Made With Heart Wyne (Own Creator) Moe Hay Ko, Wut Hmone Shwe Yee
2016 Pego Sar and His Virus Kyaw Zaw Lin Patricia, Soe Myat Thuza, Yaza Ne Win, Yan Aung, Kyaw Ye Aung
2017 Yar Zar Win Yine Thu Myar Mg Myo Min Patricia, Laila Kham, Myint Myat

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2010 Myanmar Academy Award Best Actor Ar-Dan-Yal-Aye-Wa-Yal-Da-Tha-Yal (Adam, Eve and Datsa) Won
2012 Myanmar Academy Award Best Actor Let Pan (The Red Cotton Silk Flower) Won
2013 Myanmar Academy Award Best Actor Nin Say-Yin (As You Like) Won
2014 Myanmar Academy Award Best Actor Hna-Lon-Thar Phyint Pyu-Lote Thi (Made with Heart) Won
Tite-Sine Hmu Shi Hlyin (By Coincidence) Nominated
2017 Myanmar Academy Award Best Actor Yin-Bat Htal Ka Dar (Knife in the Heart) Nominated


  1. ^ Beautiful Model World Pyay Ti Oo's profile
  2. ^ "Wedding Announcement for Eindra Kyaw Zin and Pyay Ti Oo". The Mandalay Gazette (in Burmese). Arcadia, CA. 4 (9): A3. February 2011.
  3. ^ a b Myanmar Celebrity Pyay Ti Oo won Academy Award
  4. ^ Myanmar Celebrity Pyay Ti Oo's Wedding Ceremony
  5. ^ Myanmar Times Pyay Ti Oo Foundation Archived 16 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av Shwevideos Pyay Ti Oo Movies List.

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