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Byon V. K.

(1982-06-17) 17 June 1982 (age 41)
Kozhikode, Kerala, India
Other namesBiyon
Alma mater University of Calicut
Years active1989–present
SpouseMintu E. K.
RelativesSivasankar VK (Father)
Beena K (Mother)

Byon V. K. (born 17 June 1982), professionally credited as Biyn, is an Indian actor who works in Malayalam cinema.


Early life and family

Biyon was born in Kozhikode to Sivasankar VK and Beena K. Byon Completed his schooling at Presentation High School and Hill Top Public School. He completed his Pre-Degree course at St. Joseph's College, Devagiri.

Biyon completed his bachelor's degree and masters in commerce at NSS College, Calicut. He always found time to pursue his passion, acting, even while he was busy with school work. Biyon is also interested in photography. His other hobbies include traveling and trekking to some adventurous places and is very much interested in long drives.

On 20 March 2011, Biyon married Mintu EK.

Film career

Biyon made his debut in 1989 in the film Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha directed by Hariharan as a child artist. [1] Biyon was fortunate enough to start his acting career with one of the most famous film directors in Malayalam, Hariharan in 1989. He has completed over fifty films.

Biyon has also starred in a few English, Tamil, and Kannada films.


Malayalam movies

1989 Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha Child artist
1990 Money Order
1991 Bharatham Young Gopinathan
1991 Kakka Thollayiram
1991 Sandhesam S.I Anandan's Son
1991 Kadavu (film) Appuni
1992Eeazhara Ponnana
1992 Sooryamanasam
1992 Thalastaanam Young Unnikrishnan
1992 Mahanagaram
1992Kallanum Polisum
1993 Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans
1993 Ente Sreekuttikku
1993 Koushalam
1993 Yaadhavam
1995Tom & Jerry
1995Vrudhanmare Sookshikkuka
1996Nandagopalante Kusruthikal
1999 Aayiram Meni
2000 Valyettan Young Madhavanunni
2000 Thenkasipattanam
2002Kayyethum Doorath
2003 Chronic Bachelor Young Sathyaprathapan
2005Thaskara Veeran
2007Abraham Lincoln
2008 Thirakkatha
2009 Red Chillies
2009 Vairam
2010 Holidays
2011 The Metro Gopan
2011 Doctor Love
2012 Last Bench
2012Banking Hours 10-4
2012 Manthrikan
2012Orkut Oru Ormakoot
2013Ithu Manthramo Thanthramo Kuthanthramo
2013Good Idea
2013 Kunthapura
2013 English: An Autumn in London
2014At Andheri
2014 To Noora with Love
2015 1000 – Oru Note Paranja Katha
2015Oru New Generation Pani
2015Uthara Chemeen

Other languages

2002 Thenkasippattanam Tamil
2003 50 50 Kannada
2011 Kunthapura Kannada
2016Pudhusa Naan Poranthen Tamil

Other works

Short film
Reality show

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