Roshan Mathew is an Indian actor and director. He has mainly worked in Malayalam films.
Roshan Mathew was born on Sunday, 22 March 1992 (age 28 years; as in 2020), in Changanassery, Kerala. His zodiac sign is Aries. He did his schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kottayam. Later, he attended CUSAT in Kochi; a school of engineering, but later, he dropped out after one year to pursue his graduation in Physics from Madras Christian College in Chennai. After completing his graduation, he joined the Drama School Mumbai to pursue his career in acting.
Height: 5′ 7½”
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Black
Family & Caste
He was born in a South Indian family.
Parents & Siblings
His father, Mathew Joseph Thevalakkara is a retired Deputy General Manager of Canara Bank. His mother, Regina Augustine is a retired PWD engineer. He has one sister, Reshma Rege Mathew.
A Childhood Picture of Roshan Mathew and His Sister
Relationships, Wife & Children
There is not much information about his love life.
He started his career as a theatre artist in August 2010, when the Chennai-based theatre company, Stagefright Productions came to Roshan’s college to audition for the actors for their theatre play, Dirty Dancing. In February 2011, he played the role of Neal Kellerman at The Museum Theatre, Chennai. While he was in Madras Christian College, Roshan and his friends started a theatre group, Theatre No. 59. In 2016, he acted in The Drama School Mumbai’s adaptation of Eugene Shwartz, ‘The Dragon.’ Some of his other theatre plays are Kamala, Leap, The Uprising, Tughlaq, Murder Me Always, and Given.
In 2015, he debuted as an actor in the Sony LIV’s web miniseries, ‘Tanlines’ in which he played the role of Dan.
In 2015, he did a cameo role in the Malayalam film, ‘Adi Kapyare Kootamani,’ in which he played the role of Premraj. He has appeared in various Malayalam films, including ‘Aanandam’ (2016), ‘Matchbox’ (2017), ‘Koode’ (2018), ‘Moothon’ (2019), and ‘Kappela’ (2020). In 2020, he appeared in the Netflix Original film, ‘Choked’ starring Saiyami Kher.
- He was a part of Faezeh Jalali’s widely acclaimed theatre play, ’07/07/07.’
- In 2019, he won SIIMA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Malayalam) for Koode. He was awarded by Cinema Paradiso Club (2020) for the best character actor in Moothon.