Ravi Mohan better known by his stage name Jayam Ravi, is an Indian film actor who has worked in the Tamil film industry. The son of film editor Mohan, Ravi made his debut as an actor in Jayam (2003) directed by his elder brother Mohan Raja. The success of the film prompted the title to become a prefix to his stagename, and he continued to collaborate with his brother consecutively for other successful films including M. Kumaran Son Of Mahalakshmi (2004), Unakkum Enakkum (2006) and Santhosh Subramaniam (2008).
Outside his home productions, Jayam Ravi experience success portraying a foreigner stuck in Russia in Jeeva's Dhaam Dhoom (2008) and as a tribal forest officer in Jananathan's Peranmai (2009). After a career lull in the early 2010s, Jayam Ravi received critical acclaim and commercial success for his work in his brother's Thani Oruvan (2015) and first ever zombie film in Indian Cinema Miruthan (2016), where former he portrayed as an honest police officer and latter as a traffic policeman. Two of his other films in 2015 also performed well at the box office with the romantic comedy Romeo Juliet and Bhooloham, helping him make a comeback as one of the leading actors in the Tamil film industry.
Born on: 10 September, 1980
Born in: Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India