Siju Wilson is a new-generation Malayalam actor who has made an appearance in TV and films as well. He has been active in the industry since 2010 and made his debut in two Malayalam movies 'Malarvaadi Arts Club' and 'Last Bench' where his name did not get any credit for the role that he played. However, his fate changed when he was appreciated for his meaningful roles in movies like '
' and '
'. The actor was lucky to star in the two popular films made by director Alphonse Putharen. After the success of the movie 'Neram' (2013), writer-director Alphonse Putharen while announcing his next project, titled ‘Premam’ did cast Siju Wilson in a meaningful role.
Both the movies were stepping stone for actor Siju to get a stronghold in Malayalam movie industry. Siju’s forthcoming movies are ‘Third World Boys’ which is an unreleased Malayalam film directed and written by the duo Ayyappa Swaroop and Shahaladharan Sashidhar and is being produced by Little Big Cinemas. The actor was recently seen in a successful movie “
” which was a comedy-drama film directed by debutante director Omar. Being produced under the banner of Ozone Productions and Eros International, the film narrates the story of actor Wilson who plays the role of an engineering graduate and contemplates marriage on his mother’s insistence.
The film was made on a low budget and even had a limited screening in theaters. But after receiving positive reviews, the film was screened simultaneously in over 130 screens in Kerala circuit. Siju Wilson also is popular in Malayalam TV industry for appearing in a sitcom like “Just Fun Chumma” which was aired on Amrita TV. In this serial
was seen as Roy and actor Saran DramaSchool as Tony. The show had teenaged actors like Wilson. Saran, Sreeram Ramachandra and Pavitra Menon.
He also appeared in two Malayalam short films “Kattan Kaappi" and “Moustache Blues". The actor hails from a small town Aluva in Kerala.