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Indian film actor

Born: November 19, 1961, Kovilpatti, India

Died: April 17, 2021, Chennai, India

Height: 1.72 m

Spouse: Arulselvi Vivek (m. ?–2021)

Children: Tejaswini Vivek, Prasanna Kumar, Amritha Nandini Vivek

KNOWN FOR Tamil film industry

FULL NAME: Vivekanandan



AGE: 59 years old (in 2021)

DATE OF BIRTH: November 19, 1961

BIRTHPLACE: Kovilpatti, India


HEIGHT: 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 m)

WEIGHT: 80 kg (176 lbs)

CHEST: 38 inches

WAIST: 34 inches


BICEPS: 12 inches



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Vivek married Arulselvi, with whom he had three children: Amritha Nandini, Tejaswini and Prasanna Kumar.

Prasanna Kumar died in 2015, aged 13, due to complications arising from dengue fever and brain fever.

He won the Filmfare Award under the category of Best Comedian for Tamil films such as Perazhagan, Saamy and Run.

He won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award under the category of Best Comedian for Run, Sivaji, Parthiban Kanavu, Anniyan and Unnaruge Naan Irundhal.

He was awarded by International Tamil Film Award for Best Comedian.

He won various prestigious awards such as Tamil Nadu State Film Honorary Award, Kalaivanar Award, Edison Award for Best Comedian, and Asianet Film Honour Special Jury Award.

He launched Green Kalam, under the direction of former President of India A. P. J. Abdul Kalam.

He had been appointed as an ambassador for a plastic-free Tamil Nadu campaign by the State government.

He successfully attained the mission of planting a billion trees for billion people all over the state.

While he was in college, he used to participate in various dramas and other extracurricular activities.

Reportedly, he named his son Prasanna on the name of his friend who had passed away and was a co-scriptwriter along with Vivek in the Tamil film ‘Run’ (2002).

He had recorded a few songs for some of his Tamil films.

Vivek was appointed as the brand ambassador of Mirinda soft drinks (2003) and Nathella jewellery (2011).

He appeared in a few TV commercials like Bajaj Boxer and Medimix Ayurveda.

In 2019, in the audio launch of the Tamil film ‘Bigil,’ he made a statement that was not well-received by the public, he said,

Nenjil Kudiyirukkum was a song in the 1960 movie Irumbuthirai starring Sivaji Ganesan, and the song did not have much appeal, but now this Nenjil Kudiyirukkum from Vijay has a bigger reach.

Vivek was a popular Actor, Director and Producer.

Last movies in which Vivek has acted are Flight, Vinashkaal, Dhira, SIR and Rosie: The Saffron Chapter.

Last movies which Vivek has produced are Iti, Demo Piece, A Game Called Relationship.

Last movies which Vivek has directed are Ante Sundaraniki, The Last Show, Demo Piece and A Game Called Relationship.

Vivek was born on November 19, 1961.

Vivekanandan, known professionally as Vivek, was an Indian film actor, comedian, television personality, playback singer and social activist working in the Tamil film industry.

Introduced in films by director K. Balachander, he won three Filmfare Awards for Best Comedian in Tamil for his performances in the films, Run (2002), Saamy (2003) and Perazhagan (2004) and five Tamil Nadu State Film Awards for Best Comedian for the films, Unnaruge Naan Irundhal (1999), Run (2002), Parthiban Kanavu (2003), Anniyan (2005) and Sivaji (2007).

His comedy style consisted of one-liners that featured social and political satire, which led to critics comparing him to N. S. Krishnan and earning him the nickname Chinna Kalaivanar.

In 2009, the Government of India awarded Vivek the Padma Shri award for his contribution to the arts.

Sathyabama University conferred Vivek with an honorary doctorate for his contribution to society through cinema.

As a television personality, Vivek hosted a number of events and interviewed media personalities, notably A. P. J. Abdul Kalam.

Inspired by Kalam’s environmentalism, Vivek founded the Green Kalam initiative in 2010 with the mission of planting one billion trees across Tamil Nadu.