Vijay Menon

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Vijay Menon
Born Ottapalam, Kerala
Nationality Indian
Occupation Film actor, Dubbing artist
Years active 1981–present
Spouse(s) Kala
Children Malavika, Nikhil
Parent(s) Bhaskar Menonn
Leela Menon

Vijay Menon is an Indian actor in Malayalam cinema.[1] He has acted in more than 100 films in all South Indian languages. He mainly handles in character roles and supporting roles.


Vijay Menon, born in London UK. His father Bhaskar Menon is from Ottapalam, Palakkad and mother Leela is from Chengannur, Alappuzha. He has a younger sister. He had his primary education from Lawrence School, Lovedale, Ootty. He studied direction course from Film and Television Institute of India, Pune. He went to director Bharathan with a dream to become an assistant director. But that time Bharathan was looking new faces for his movie Nidra, seeing his talent Bharathan cast him in his movie Nidra making his debut movie as the same. Film went on to a huge success and he was well noted for his performance. He writes articles in The Indian Express about International Politics.[2] He won Kerala State Film Award for Best Dubbing artist in 2011 for the movie Melvilasom.[3]


He is married to Kala. The couple have a daughter Malavika and a son Nikhil.


Partial filmography[edit]


Dubbing artist[edit]

Year Film Character Dubbed for
2015 Laila O Laila Victor Rana Rahul Dev
2015 Samrajyam II: Son of Alexander Vikramdas K.C.Shankar
2011 Melvilasom Colonel Surat Singh Thalaivasal Vijay
2011 Teja Bhai & Family Damodarji Thalaivasal Vijay
2011 collector Christepher Rajeev
2006 alibhai Dan Abraham Rohit Menon
1999 F. I. R. Narendra Shetty Rajeev
1995 Aksharam Ramji Sapru






Television career[edit]

Year Serial Role Channel Notes
2003 Sthree Janmam Surya TV
2005 Aalippazham Surya TV
2007 Thulabharam Surya TV
2011 Chila nerangalil chila Manushyar Amrita TV
2013 Makal Surya TV
2013-2014 Pattu Saree Mazhavil Manorama
2016-Present Nilavum Nakshtrangalum Dr Mahendran Amrita TV


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