|Born||Mohd Yusof Md Haslam Khan
April 24, 1954
Kuala Lumpur, Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia)
|Alma mater||SMK Aminuddin Baki, Kuala Lumpur|
|Years active||1970 – present|
|Spouse(s)||Fatimah Ismail (m. 1982)|
|Children||Syamsul Yusof (son) Syafiq Yusof (son)|
Datuk Mohd. Yusof bin Md. Haslam Khan (born April 24, 1954) is a Malaysian actor and filmmaker. His film production are mainly focus on the world of police, such as the TV series Gerak Khas and Roda-Roda Kuala Lumpur, the former spurring three feature films. The immense popularity of his films had led him to be nicknamed the "Six Million Dollar Man".
Yusof also has his own film production company, Skop Productions.
Yusof was born on April 24, 1954 in Jalan Pahang, Kuala Lumpur to his parents Bahyah Talib and Md. Haslam Khan. He is a fourth child from among seven siblings. He received his education at the SMK Aminuddin Baki in Kuala Lumpur.
Yusof began acting since 1970 despite his father's objections, who believed that the entertainment scene held no future prospects. He began his involvement in acting by playing an extra character in Laksamana Do Re Mi as the guard of the Minister of Fasola. He began directing films in 1991 with Bayangan Maut, a mystery action thriller film starring rock singer Ella. This was later followed by Pemburu Bayang in 1992, Sembilu in 1994, best-selling blockbuster film, Maria Mariana in 1996 plus its sequel two years after among others.
Apart from film and television, he is also a managing director of his production company, Skop Productions which has four subsidiaries - Haslam Trading (restaurant), Haslam Properties (real estate and properties), Skop Publishing (print publications) and ME Communications (post-production facilities).
Yusof married Fatimah Ismail in 1982. They have four children namely Faizal, Syamsul, Shamin and Syafiq. Syamsul and Syafiq themselves are also film directors.
|1972||Laksamana Do Re Mi|
|Cinta dan Lagu|
|Sayangku Anakku Sayang|
|1979||Detik 12 Malam|
|Tiada Esok Bagimu|
|1982||Bukit Kepong||MM Jaafar Hassan|
|Sikit Punya Gila||Abang Yusof|
|1984||Di Ambang Kasih|
|Jauh Di Sudut Hati|
|1991||Bayangan Maut||ASP Razlan|
|2001||Gerak Khas the Movie||DSP Helmi|
|2002||Gerak Khas the Movie II||DSP Helmi|
|2005||Gila-gila Pengantin Popular|
|GK3 the Movie||DSP Helmi|
|1998||Maria Mariana II|
|2001||Gerak Khas the Movie|
|2002||Gerak Khas the Movie II|
|2005||GK3 the Movie|
- Shazryn Mohd. Faizal, Oleh (2 August 2011). "Skeptikal Yusof terhadap anak-anak" (in Malay). Utusan Malaysia Online. Retrieved 25 November 2011.
- Yusof Haslam reminisces his stint in “Bukit Kepong”
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