Lissy priyadharshan

Lissy priyadharshan


Born : 2 January 1967
Biography :
Lissy Priyadarshan (Malayalam: ലിസ്സി, also spelled in English media as Lizy or Lizzie orLizzy) is a popular South Indian film actress of 1980s. She is popularly known by themononym Lissy. Though, was a leading heroine in Malayalam, she had also acted in several Tamil and Telugu. She gave up acting after her marriage with famous film directorPriyadarshan in 1990. She now resides in Chennai with her family. See full bio
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Lissy Priyadarshan (Malayalam: ലിസ്സി, also spelled in English media as Lizy or Lizzie orLizzy) is a popular South Indian film actress of 1980s. She is popularly known by themononym Lissy. Though, was a leading heroine in Malayalam, she had also acted in several Tamil and Telugu. She gave up acting after her marriage with famous film directorPriyadarshan in 1990. She now resides in Chennai with her family.
Lizzy was born at Pukkattupadi, Kochi in Kerala, and was brought up by her mother Aliyamma. Lissy(ഏലിയാമ, Malayalam for Elizabeth) was raised a Roman Catholic Latin Rite and did her studies at St. Teresa’s School and College.[1] Her debut into films happened in the early eighties and in a short period of time, she became one of the top heroines of the time. She was a common face in the eighties. Though Lissy had paired with almost all the top heroes of the eighties, it was along with Mohanlal and Mukesh, that she was able to create magic on screen. Even at the peak of her career, she acted as sister roles, the girl next door, and as the heroine’s friend. Known for her stunning and mesmerizing looks, she was able to grab the hearts of viewers. Along with Malayalam films, Lissy also had appeared in several Tamil, and Telugu films. Lissy is most remembered for her roles in Chithram, Thalavattom, Odaruthammava Alariyam, and Boeing Boeing. She later fell in love with the famous film director Priyadarshan, and got married to him in December 13, 1990.[2] After marriage, she gave up acting and adopted the name Lakshmi for religious reasons.[3] After the birth of her son, Lizzy adopted the Hindu religion from Arya Samaj. Her daughter Kalyani works in the USA and her son Siddharth is studying in Singapore.

Filmography:
• 1996 – Hello My Dear Wrong Number ( Malayalam ) 1990 – Kuttettan ( Malayalam ) 1989 – Unnikrishnante Adyathe Christmas ( Malayalam ) 1989 – Douthyam ( Malayalam ) 1989 – Adikkurippu ( Malayalam ) 1989 – Nair Saab ( Malayalam ) 1989 – News ( Malayalam ) 1989 – Vadakkunokkiyanthram ( Malayalam )
• 1989 – Charithram ( Malayalam ) 1988 – August 1 ( Malayalam ) 1988 – Orkkappurathu ( Malayalam )
• 1988 – Manuuncle ( Malayalam ) 1988 – Oru CBI Diary Kurippu ( Malayalam ) 1988 – Chithram ( Malayalam )
• 1988 – Vellanakalude Nadu ( Malayalam ) 1987 – Sarvakalasala ( Malayalam ) 1987 – Manivathoorile Aayiram Sivarathrikal ( Malayalam ) 1987 – Ivide Ellavarkkum Sugham ( Malayalam ) 1987 – Adimakal Udamakal ( Malayalam ) 1987 – Cheppu ( Malayalam ) 1987 – Nalkkavala ( Malayalam )
• 1987 – Oru Sindoora Pottinte Ormaykku ( Malayalam )

• 1986 – Pappan Priyappetta Pappan ( Malayalam ) 1986 – Ayalvasi Oru Daridravasi ( Malayalam )
• 1986 – Revathikkoru Pavakkutty ( Malayalam ) 1986 – Thalavattam ( Malayalam ) 1986 – Mizhineer Poovukal ( Malayalam ) 1986 – Iniyum Kurukshethram ( Malayalam ) 1986 – Dheem Thariktia Thom ( Malayalam )
• 1986 – Icecream ( Malayalam ) 1986 – Geetham ( Malayalam ) 1986 – Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Puli Varunne Puli ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Aa Neram Alppa Dooram ( Malayalam )
• 1985 – Ayanam ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Aram + Aram = Kinnaram ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Mutharamkunnu P.O. ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Boeing Boeing ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Kathodu Kathoram ( Malayalam )
• 1985 – Onnanamkunnil Oradikunnil ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Nirakkoottu ( Malayalam ) 1985 – Parayanumvayya Parayathirikkanumvayya ( Malayalam ) 1984 – Kaliyil Alpam Karyam ( Malayalam ) 1984 – Parannu Parannu Parannu ( Malayalam ) 1984 – Oodaruthammava Aalariyam ( Malayalam ) 1984 – Aduththaduththu ( Malayalam )
• 1984 – Arante Mulla Kochu Mulla ( Malayalam ) 1984 – Athirathram ( Malayalam ) 1983 – Prasnam Gurutharam ( Malayalam ) 1982 – Iththirineram Oththirikaaryam ( Malayalam )