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Livingston (actor)

Livingston (born August 21) is a Tamil film actor and screenwriter who usually plays in supporting roles.[1][2][3] He is credited in his earlier films by the stage name Ranjan. His first starring role was in Poonthotta Kavalkaran (1988). He started out playing villains and graduated to playing lead roles with Sundara Purushan in 1997. Sollamale (1998), En Purushan Kozhanda Maadiri (2001) and Engalukkum Kaalam Varum (2001) are other films in which he has appeared in lead roles. He also wrote the screenplay for the movie Kanni Rasi along with G.M Kumar, who played a crucial role in Avan Ivan.



  • Manadhai Thirudivittai, he was mentioned by Vadivelu "Yenga mummy-daddy angae thaanae Livingston" to which comedian Vivek replied "Livingston, cinema-lae nadipaarae avara?'. As a result, Livingston's popularity became viral.


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