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Manoj Guinness, is an Indian film actor and comedy mimicry artist in Malayalam films.[1][2]

Manoj Guinness
Born
Manoj

Karimugal, Ambalamedu, Kochin, India
OccupationFilm actor, comedian, mimicry artist
Years active1991–present

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Personal lifeEdit

Manoj hails from Ernakulam, Kerala. Manoj did his schooling from Govt High School Ambalamugal ad Gateway High School. Manoj completed his college education from Al-Ameen College, Edathala, Aluva. During his school and college days, Manoj performed Mimicry on stage. He has three siblings.[3] His younger brother Ajith appeared in ‘Elayanila’ and ‘Minnale’ aired in Jeevan TV. Ajith worked as scriptwriter for the film ‘Money Ratnam’ which had Fahad Faasil in lead role.[4] He is married and has one child and currently resides in his hometown Karimugal, Kerala.[5]

Film and Television careerEdit

Guinness started his career as a mimicry artist in Cochin Century. He later shifted to Cochin Guinness, a popular mimicry troupe. He appeared in numerous stage shows worldwide.[6] A few years later, Guinness started his own troupe named ‘Navodaya’. He appeared in ‘Cinemala’ imitating Kerala politician V S Acthuthanadan. He was the writer of the TV shows Cinemala and Onathinidakk Poottukachavadom.[citation needed]

He also performed as the lead in the TV show Badai Bunglow.[7]

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Role Director Note
2002 Mazhathullikkilukkam Uncredited role Akbar -Jose
2005-2010 Cinemala writer and various roles Diana Silvester Comedy series in Asianet
2007 Nasrani Uncredited role Joshiy
2007 Chocolate Chakkayarkuthukaran Shafi
2011 Aazhakadal Uncredited role Shaan
2013 – 2018 Badai Bunglow Manoj(various roles) Diana silvester Comedy talk show on Asianet
2015 My God Chacko M. Mohanan
2016 Angane Thanne Nethave Anjettennam Pinnale Rahul Ajith Poojapura
2016 Oru Muthassi Gadha Jude Anthany Joseph
2016 Kavi Uddheshichathu..? Ithilkanni Liju Thomas
2017 Prethamundu Sookshikkuka Mohammed Ali, Shafeer Khan Filming
2017 Bhayam Biju Ajith C Lokesh Unreleased
2017 Cappaccino Noushad Post-production
2018 Queen Dijo Jose Antony
2018 Ladoo Arungeorge K David Post production

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