|Years active||1979 – present|
Mamukkoya (born 5 July 1946) is an Indian actor known for his work in Malayalam cinema, and has also appeared in French film Flammens of Paradise.  He has mostly appeared in comedic roles. His unique usage of the Mappila dialect and style marks his presence in the industry. He has acted in more than 450 Malayalam films and is the first winner of the State award for best Comedian in Malayalam cinema. 
He is born to Chalikandiyil Muhammed and Imbachi Ayisha on 5 July 1946.  He has a brother Koyakutty. He had his primary education from MM High School, Calicut. 
He is married to Suhara. The couple has four children, Muhammed Nisar, Shahitha, Nadiya and Abdul Rasheed.  He is residing in Kozhikode near Beypore.
Mamukkoya started his career as a theatre actor. He got his chance in the film industry through Anyarude Bhoomi (1979). His second entry to Malayalam cinema was through S. Konnanatt's Surumaitta Kannukal . After this film, he was introduced to Sathyan Anthikkad by scriptwriter and actor Sreenivasan. He landed a role in Gandhinagar Second Street. His portrayal of Gafoor in Sathyan Anthikkad's Mohanlal – Sreenivasan starring Nadodikkattu (1987) carved a niche for him in Malayalam cinema. The character Gafoor now enjoys a cult following in Kerala. An animation series was later released based on this character.  His award-winning performance in Perumazhakkalam (2004) proved that he can handle non-comedy roles as well with ease. He again did a similar role in Byari, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film.  He did the title role in the film Korappan, the great (2001), which depicted him as a forest brigand like Veerappan. In 2004, he received a Special Mention in the Kerala State Film Award for the movie Perumazhakkalam . 
|Gandhinagar 2nd Street|
|Doore Doore Oru Koodu Koottam||Koya|
|1987||Sreedharante Onnam Thirumurivu||Narayanan|
|Kalam Mari Katha Mari||Pareedu|
|Unnikale Oru Kadha Parayam|
|Annakutty Kodambakkam Vilikkunnu||Koya|
|Kireedam||Constable Hameed- Najeeb's father|
|Peruvannapurathe Visheshangal||P. C. Peruvannapuram|
|Ramji Rao Speaking||Hamsakoya|
|1990||Anantha Vruthantham||Thanoor Thaha|
|Cheriya Lokavum Valiya Manushyarum||Abu|
|Pavam Pavam Rajakumaran||Sankarettan|
|Dr. Pasupathy||Velayudhan Kutty|
|His Highness Abdullah||Jamal|
|Kouthuka Varthakal||Ahmad Kutty|
|Nagarangalil Chennu Raparkam||'Cheriya' Raman Nair|
|Anandanum Appukuttanum Aanayundu|
|Nanma Niranjavan Sreenivasan|
|Thalayana Manthram||Kunjananthan Mesthiri|
|Daiva Sahayam Lucky Centre||Usmanikka|
|Aakasha Kottayile Sultan||Cletus|
|Cheppu Kilukkunna Changathi||Khader|
|Kadinjool Kalyanam||Imbichi Koya|
|Oru Tharam Randu Tharam Moonu Tharam||Mammu|
|Amina Tailors||Malappuram Moideen/Bapputty|
|Postbox No 27|
|Parallel College (film)||Rasheed|
|Congratulations Miss Anitha Menon|
|Kamaladalam||Kala Mandiram Hydrose|
|Ente Ponnu Thampuran||Mammotty Master|
|Ezhara Ponnana||Aimutty Koya|
|My Dear Muthachan||Punnoose|
|Oru Kochu Bhoomikulukkam||Thankappan|
|Ammayane Sathyam||Mujeeb Rahman|
|Addeham Enna Iddeham|
|Vakkeel Vasudev||SI Jabbar|
|Chenkol||Police Constable Hameed|
|Sthalathe Pradhana Payyans||Kumaran|
|1995||Alancheri Thamprakkal||Kunjali Haji|
|No. 1 Snehatheeram Bangalore North|
|Kalyanji Anandji (film)||Basheer/Swami|
|Mangalam Veettil Manaseswari Gupta||Karipoor Koya|
|Vrudhanmare Sookshikkuka||Home Minister|
|Rajaputhran||Sayed Jabbar Thangal|
|Thooval Kottaram||Moitheen Hajiar|
|1997||Junior Mandrake||Constable Abu|
|Kalyana Kacheri||Bharghavan Pillai|
|Kalyana Uniikal||Al Khobar Anthruman|
|Oro Viliyum Kathorthu||Kunjunni Nair|
|Kallu Kondoru Pennu||Kabeer|
|Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal||Kunjoonju|
|2001||Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka||Nambeeshan|
|Sharjah to Sharjah||Velayudhan|
|Ladies and Gentleman|
|Korappan the Great|
|2002||Bamboo Boys||Harithakumari's Father|
|Padam Onnu Oru Vilapam||Hassan Moithu|
|Bharathchandran I.P.S.||Kunjeeswaran Pillai|
|Malabar Wedding||Moonga Avukkar Abubacker|
|Innathe Chintha Vishayam||Shajahan|
|Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja||Athan Gurukkal|
|Inganeyum Oral||Appu Pillai|
|Innanu Aa Kalyanam||Marriage Broker|
|Teja Bhai & Family|
|Oru Marubhoomikkadha||Mammadkutty Bhai|
|Indian Rupee||Rayin Ikka|
|Face to Face||Aalikkoya|
|Lillies of March|
|Molly Aunty Rocks!||Salim|
|Breaking News Live||Beeran Koya|
|Ithu Manthramo Thanthramo Kuthantramo|
|2014||Mylanchi Monchulla Veedu|
|To Let Ambadi Talkies||Thangal|
|Aamayum Muyalum||Kallu's Father|
|KL 10 Patthu||Hamsakutty|
|Rajamma @ Yahoo||Aimoottikka|
|Aadu 2||Irumbu Abdullah|
|Ente Ummante Peru||Hamzakoya|
|Oru Mass Kadha Veendum||Keshavan|
|2020||Halal Love Story||Abukka (Cameo)|
|Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham||Aboobakkar Haji|
|Minnal Murali||Dr. Narayanan|
|Oru Thathvika Avalokanam||Aseem Bhai|
|1997||Flammen im Paradies||Joseph|
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