S. P. Sreekumar

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S. P. Sreekumar
Other namesLolithan, Uthaman
Alma mater Swathi Thirunal College of Music
Years active2008–present
Spouse Sneha Sreekumar

S. P. Sreekumar is an Indian actor who works in Malayalam cinema and TV series. He was a former contestant of Mammoty the reality show streamed in Asianet.[ citation needed ]


His first TV show was Chirikidathom on Amrita TV and later his performance as Lolithan in Marimayam gave him the big break. Within a short span of time Sreekumar has played a variety of roles in the film industry. He played a tribal youth Sankaran, in Papilio Buddha , but in his next outing ABCD: American-Born Confused Desi , he played Lloyd, a typical Kochiite with the local slang, and a serial killer in the film Memories . [1] [2]

Sreekumar says "Acting is my passion and hence I don't mind playing a comic role, a serious one or even a character with grey shades. It all depends on the quality of work, and whatever role I do, I will do it with all sincerity." [1]

He married TV anchor and actress Sneha Sreekumar on 11 December 2019.


Kerala State Television Awards


2010Chirikidatham Amrita TV
2011 2014 Marimayam Lolithan Mazhavil Manorama
2015Back BenchersStudent Amrita TV
2015 2019 Uppum Mulakum Sreekuttan a.k.a. Kuttumaaman Flowers TV sitcom
2018 2019Kalli WalliKrishnakumar a.k.a. Kunchu Kairali TV TV sitcom
2020 presentNellikkaAppukkuttanKairali TVTV sitcom
2020 present Chakkappazham UthamanFlowersTV sitcom

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