Win Oo

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Win Oo
Win Oo in a hat.gif
Native name ဝင်းဦး
Born Hla Myint
(1935-03-13)13 March 1935
Rangoon, Burma
Died 14 December 1988(1988-12-14) (aged 53)
Rangoon, Burma
Occupation Actor, director, writer, singer and publisher.

Win Oo (Burmese: ဝင်းဦး; pronounced: [wɪ́ɴ ʔú] (13 March 1935 – 14 December 1988) was a Burmese actor, director, writer, singer and publisher. He died of stomach cancer in 1988.

Youth[edit]

Win Oo was born Hla Myint in Yangon to his parents U Ba Nyunt (Chit-Dukkha) and Daw Hnin Yi. He studied at TTC Teacher Training College. In 1952, he discontinued his university education and joined the Burmese Army. He left as an army captain in 1962.

Entertainment career[edit]

His first movie was "Hna-Yauk Hte Nay-Gyin-De", adapted from a novel of his. He both directed and starred in Saung Einmet and Hmon Shwe Yee. He founded the Sanda movie company, established first "color offset printer" in Burma, and published Sanda Magazine.[citation needed] He wrote 31 novels.

Filmography[edit]

  • Hna Yauk Htae` Nae Chin Dae'(1962)
  • Saung Einmet(1967)
  • Hmone Shwe Yee(1970)
  • Maung Doh Cherry Myay(1963)
  • Tain Hlwar Moh Mou Lwin(1967)
  • Mone Par Dae` Maung' Ko(1973)
  • Chit Thu Yway Mae` Chit Ware Le`(1975)
  • Saung Ta Nya Wae`
  • Chit Thu Kyin Thu Myat Noe Thu
  • Minn Be` Pyey Ma Le` Mi Cho The`
  • Hnin Pyauk Te` Nway
  • Wai Lu
  • Chit Thu Kyin Thu Myat Noe Thu
  • Da Kyawt Hna Kyawt Tay Go Thi
  • Mone Par De` Maung. Go
  • A Twe A Ta
  • Ei San Ein Wae`
  • Tain Oo Lay Pyey Maung` Ko Say
  • Kyuntaw Pyaw Chin Te` Achit A Kyaung
  • Meinma Ne` Yaukkyar
  • Thitsar Tu Pyaing
  • Chit Thaw Thu Ta Yauk
  • Pann Myo Daw Tho Chay Hlann Thone Sae` (Guest star)
  • Thi Kyar Zay Thet Thay Hnyune
  • Beimma Thara
  • Padouk Yeik We`
  • Thi Kyar Zay Thet-thay Hnyune

References[edit]

  • Cartoon Win Aung's famous artist published in 2006.

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