Tessy Raphel (m. 1999)
6 March 1971 (age 52) (
Sacred Heart College, Thevara
Film actor, Ad Film Director, Producer, Event Director, Screenwriter
Annie Varghese, Amy Varghese, Adithya Varghese
C. Varghese Kelamparambil, Leelamma Varghese
Manju Varghese, Rejoy Varghese, Bejoy Varghese , Laiju Varghese
Bangalore Days, Ayal Njanalla, ABCD: American‑Born Confused, 5 Sundarikal
Vineeth Kumar, Anjali Menon, Sameer Thahir, Jomon T John, Hashir Mohamed
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Sijoy Varghese (born 6 March 1975) is a Malayalam actor & Ad film Maker.
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- Early life
Sijoy Varghese, who brings in an experience of 20 years in various roles, related to advertising and feature films, has accomplished himself as one of the leading ad film makers in the industry today. Sijoy Varghese is also an actor who has performed notable characters in Malayalam films like Bangalore Days, Avatharam and James & Alice.
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He was born in Edappally, Kochi to (Late) C. Varghese Kelamparambil (Rtd Headmaster) and (Late) Leelamma Varghese (Teacher). He studied at the Sacred Heart College, Thevara before commencing his career in the film and Ad film industry. He married Tessy Raphel in 1999. The couple has four children — Adithya, Amy, Annie & Anthony.
A career that started off as a young Asst Director, Sijoy has been fortunate to have worked with leading Ad film production houses of India. In the year 2005, he found his own production house "TVC Factory", which has now grown to secure the privilege of being one of the most trusted production houses in India and UAE. Sijoy Varghese is also an actor who has performed notable characters in Malayalam films like Bangalore Days, Avatharam & James & Alice.
He started his acting career in 2013 with the role of a Police commissioner in Martin Prakkat’s ABCD along with Dulquer Salmaan. He indulged in further experimentation with Amal Neerad Production’s 5 Sundarikal(2013). He wrote ‘Isha’ with the co-writer Sidharth Bharathan for Sameer Thahir in the much appreciated anthology. After his villainous Cabinet Minister for Thira by Vineeth Sreenivasan, he did a well notable role in Anjali Menon's movie Bangalore Days as Coach Zach, for which his character got huge fan flowing. Later, he did the same role of the coach to Arya in the Tamil remake named Bangalore Naatkal. Then he appeared on screen as ACP Gautam Viswanath along with Dileep in director Joshiy's Avatharam for which his character got appreciation by critics and public in general. His characters in Mammooty starer RajadhiRaja as Gangster Chandru, Ayal Njanalla as Manaf, Jamna Pyari as Vasu were also made a remarkable appearance in those movies. In 2016 he portrayed St. Peter in Sujith Vasudev's debut movie James & Alice, for which he garnered critical acclaim for his style of acting.