Biju Menon is a Malayalam film actor. He appears mostly in supporting roles, but has acted as hero and villain. He is noted for his performance in films such as Meghamalhar, Madhuranombarakaatu, Shivam, Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu and Mannar Mathai Speaking.
Biju Menon started his acting career through Malayalam television serials such as Ningalude Swantham Chanthu and Mikhayelinte Santhathikal. He made his debut in films with Puthran, the sequel of Mikhayelinte Santhathikal. He acted in a number of movies as villain and second hero.
During the second half of nineties, he was considered to be the superstar in making. But most of the films with Biju Menon as hero failed in box office though his roles as second hero were very popular. He acted with Suresh Gopi in a number of super hit movies like Pathram, F. I. R., and Chinthamani Kolakkase.
During the later 90's and early 2000's he appeared in a few off beat movies with directors like T. V. Chandran, Lenin Rajendran, and Kamal in the films Mazha, Madhuranombarakkattu, Anyar, and Meghamalhar.
He is considered to be one of the favorite actors of director Lal Jose as he appeared in the majority of movies directed by him, which includes Oru Maravathoor Kanavu, Chandranudikkunna Dikkil, Randaam Bhaavam, Rasikan, Chanthupottu, Pattalam, and Mulla.
In 1997, he won the Kerala State Award for the Second Best Actor for his role as Akhilachandran in Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu. He also acts as an antagonist in Tamil films as well and has been successful in films like Majaa and Thambi.
He is married to the former Malayalam actress Samyuktha Varma who was his heroine in Mazha, Madhuranombarakkattu and Meghamalhar.