M. G. Soman (24 september 1943–12 December 1997) was an actor in Malayalam film. He was considereddate to be one of the superstars in Malayalam cinema along with Sukumaran and Jayan during the 1970s. He was born in Tiruvalla, Kerala, India. Soman's last film was Lelam in 1997.
Soon after retiring from the Indian Air Force, Soman joined a drama troupe and then to moved to the film industry. His first film was Gayatri directed by P. N. Menon in 1973. He acted in the role of a hero from 1976 to 1983 and later played the roles of villains, comedians and supporting roles. In 1977, his greatest film was released under the direction of I. V. Sasi - Itha Ivide Vare. He soon rose to become the busiest actor in the industry. By 1984, Soman had acted in 48 films as hero. In 1997, Lelam, directed by Joshiy, was his last film and his performance as Aanakkattil Eappachan was greatly appreciated and received critical acclaim. He died on 12 December 1997 due to jaundice.
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