Kundara Johny

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Kundara Johny
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Born
Johny Joseph

Kollam, Kerala, India
OccupationActor
Years active1979–present
Spouse(s)Dr. Stella Johny
Children2
Parent(s)Joseph Kuttipuram (Father) Catherine (Mother)

Johny Joseph with the stage name Kundara Johny is an Indian actor in Malayalam cinema. He has acted in more than 100 films. He has also done Tamil films like Vaazhkai Chakram and Nadigan . He surprised everyone with the wide range of performance as a Rowdy in Kireedam and then as a reformed person in its sequel Chenkol . He mainly acts in villain roles in Malayalam movies.

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Early life

Johny hails from Kundara, Kollam. He was born as the youngest son of Joseph Kuttipuram and Catherine. He has 5 sisters and 5 brothers. He studied at Fatima Mata National College and Sree Narayana College, Kollam. [1] He was a football player at college. He worked as a sales executive for Pondicherry Papers Ltd, before entering the movie industry. He made his debut, at the age of 23, through the 1979 Malayalam movie, Nithya Vasantham , playing a 55-year-old character. [2]

Personal life

He is married to Dr. Stella, a Hindi professor at Fatima Mata National College, Kollam. They have a daughter, Ashima and a son, Astej. Currently he resides at Kollam with family. He holds prominent positions in different clubs in Kollam. He is the past president of Lions Club, a founder of the I.C.C, member of Boat Club, ex vice-chairman of C.S.S, Kollam, President of Fine Arts Society (F.A.S) and a lifetime member of Red Cross. [3]

Filmography

Malayalam

YearFilmsRole
2022 Meppadiyan jacob
2019 Mr. Pavanayi 99.99
ThelivuRetired Jail Superintendent
2018 Vallikudilile Vellakkaran Kaimal
2013 My Fan Ramu
2012 Sthalam
2011 August 15
Ninnishtam Ennishtam 2
2009 Kutty Srank: The Sailor of HeartsDySP Mathai
2008 Roudram Hameed
Jubilee
2007 Hallo Police Officer
KhakiMahesh
Avan Chandiyude Makan MLA
2006 Bhargavacharitham Moonam Khandam Johnnie
Balram vs. Tharadas Alex
Madhuchandralekha Shanmugham
2005The TigerVenu
Bharathchandran I.P.S. Rajan Koshy
2002 Nakshathrakkannulla Rajakumaran Avanundoru Rajakumari Kunju Raman
2001 Saivar Thirumeni Bhaskaran
2000 Dada Sahib
1999 Crime File Pappi
Thachiledathu Chundan Thankayya Mooppan
Thalamura
Bhaaryaveettil Paramasukham
1998 Samaantharangal Roy
1997 Varnapakittu Advocate
Vamsam
Aaraam Thampuran Man in Appan's Kalari
1996 Kanjirapally Kariyachan
Chhote Sarkar
Swarnakireedam
Hitlist
1995Kusruthikaatu
Sakshyam Major
Special SquadFreddy
Sindoora RekhaCircle Inspector
Spadikam Maniyan
1994 Sagaram Sakshi K.K. Nair
Betaaj Badshah
Nandini Oppol
ChukkaanGanapathi
1993 Injakkadan Mathai & Sons
Kabooliwala Balan
Kulapathi
Saakshaal Sreemaan Chaathunni
Chenkol
Samooham Anto
Uppukandom Brothers
Kaushalam
1992 Mahanagaram K. Sankar
Sathyaprathinja
Kallan Kappalil ThanneCheenkanni Ramu
1991 Inspector Balram Alex
Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu
Godfather
Aanaval Mothiram John
1990AppuVijayan
Shubhayatra
ArhathaAchu
Mukham Menon
Aaraam Waardil Aabhyanthara Kalaham
1989 Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha Aringodar's Sishyan
Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal Kurup
Ammavanu pattiya Amali
Kireedom
1988MukthiJames
1921
Abkari Peethambaran
Oru CBI Diary Kurippu Vasu
1987 Nadodikkattu Nambiar's henchman
Itha Samayamayi
Adimakal Udamakal
Ithrayum KalamRaju
Nombarathi Poovu
Theekattu James
Ajantha
Kayyethum Doorathu
Amrutham Gamaya Dr. Rajan Thomas
Vrutham
1986 Padayani
Ayiram kannukal
NyayavidhiVareeth
Aavanazhi Alex
Ithile Iniyum VaruRajesh
Ninnishtam Ennishtam Achu
Rajavinte Makan
Vijayan
Ardha Raathri
UrukkuManushyan
Nilavinte nattil
Onnu Randu Moonnu
Njaan Kaathorthirikkum
Niramulla Raavukal
Adiverukal
1985 Karimpinpoovinakkare Kochappi
Idanilangal
Black Mail
Oru Naal Innoru Naal
Mukhayamanthri
Adhyayam Onnu Muthal Sreedharan
Vellarikka Pattanam
Paara
Angadikkappurathu Athani Varghese
Aram + Aram = Kinnaram
1984 Aalkkoottathil Thaniye Gopinath
Adiyozhukkukal Govindan
Athirathram Govindankutty
Unaroo
Swanthamevide Bandhamevide Sreedharan
Thathamme Poocha Poocha
Oru Painkilikkadha
Enganeyundashaane
Veendum Chalikkunna Chakram
1983Onnu Chirikku
Aadyathe Anuraagam Rasheed
Paalam
Oru Maadapraavinte Kadha
Himam Gireesh
Ee YugamVaasu
1982Komaram
Varanmare Avasyamundu
ChilanthivalaInspector Harris
Vidhichathum Kothichathum
Enikkum Oru Divasam SI Jacob
Angachamayam Sony
1981Thaaraattu
AayudhamJohny
Karimpoocha
Visham
Parankimala
Thushaaram
Urukkumushthikal
1980Karimpana
Sunny
Nattuchakkiruttu
Rajaneegandhi
1979 Kazhukan
Nithya Vasantham
Agniparvatham

Tamil

YearFilmRole
2007 Kireedam

Telugu

YearFilmRole
2010Rowdyism Nasinchal

Kannada

YearFilmRole
1991 Modadha Mareyalli

Television

YearSeriesChannel
2017Nilavum Nakshatrangalum Amrita TV
2017CBI Diary Mazhavil Manorama

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