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Mabel Blythe
මේබල් බ්ලයිත්
1930 - 2004
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Mabel Blythe මේබල් බ්ලයිත්
Mabel Josephine Blythe
  • Birthday : 1930 March 28
  • Died : 2004
  • NATIONAL AWARDS

    1"Namaskara Pooja" Special Award
    25th Sarasaviya Awards - 1998
    2"Ranathisara" Award
    27th Sarasaviya Awards - 2002
     
    FILMOGRAPHY


    AS CAST MEMBER

    1Peralena Iranama
    Actress
    1949
    2Hadisi Winishchaya
    Actress
    1950
    3Sengawunu Pilitura
    Actress
    1951
    4Umathu Wishwasaya
    Actress
    1952
    5Kele Handa
    Actress
    1953
    6Iranganie
    Actress
    1954
    7Mathabhedaya
    Actress
    1955
    8Perakadoru Bena
    Actress
    1955
    9Daiva Vipakaya
    Main Actress
    1956
    10Vanaliya
    Actress
    1958
    11Hadisi Vivahaya
    Actress
    1959
    12Jeevitha Pujava
    Main Actress
    1961
    13Mangalika
    Actress
    1963
    14Kala Kala De Pala Pala De
    Actress
    1964
    15Sujage Rahasa
    Actress
    1964
    16Senasuma Kothanada
    Actress
    1966
    17Pipena Kumudu
    Actress
    1967
    18Magul Poruwa
    Actress
    1967
    19Sarana
    Actress
    1967
    20Geetha
    Actress
    1970
    21Sujeewa
    Actress
    1972
    22Sukiri Kella
    Actress
    1975
    23Hariyata Hari
    Actress
    1976
    24Kadawunu Poronnduwa (New)
    Actress
    1982
    25Raththaran Kanda
    Actress
    1985
    26Cheriyo Doctor
    Actress
    1991
    27Jaya Sri Wey Kumariya
    Actress
    1992
    28Jeewan Malli
    Actor
    1993

    AS CREW MEMBER

    1Mathabhedaya
    Choreographers
    1955

    AS SONG CREW

    1Hadisi Winishchaya
    • Vocalists - Maage mawuni
    1950
    2Sengawunu Pilitura
    • Vocalists - Ne ne kakula mage wedana
    • Vocalists - Parane mage aale
    • Vocalists - Mage waasana kaale
    1951
    3Umathu Wishwasaya
    • Vocalists - Mama Manamaali Obe
    • Vocalists - Jaathi Jaathi Naveena
    1952
    4Kele Handa
    • Vocalists - Adare noyena maki
    • Vocalists - Apale rahasema
    • Vocalists - Parana Pinak mage
    1953
    5Iranganie
    • Vocalists - Preethi Preethi Api Dennage
    • Vocalists - Ma Ada Rani
    • Vocalists - Hada Maage Mora Aawe
    1954
    6Mathabhedaya
    • Vocalists - Sinhalaya Modaya
    • Vocalists - Loek Sinamaawaki
    • Vocalists - Kerakenawaa Loke Bole
    1955
    7Daiva Vipakaya
    • Vocalists - Sara Goiya Hari Miniha
    1956
    8Vanaliya
    • Vocalists - Wanamala Oyada Me Wanaye
    1958
    9Hadisi Vivahaya
    • Vocalists - Aale Rasa Danuna
    • Vocalists - Sonduru Maage Jeewithe
    1959
    10Jeevitha Pujava
    • Vocalists - Sudu Pata Mal
    • Vocalists - Saraakaase Ridi Rekaa
    • Vocalists - Mage Suda Pembara
    • Vocalists - Payan Chandrayage
    • Vocalists - Bolanda Premiye
    1961
    11Mangalika
    • Vocalists - wasanawa Soya Soyaa
    1963
    BIOGRAPHY

    Mabel Josephine Blythe (1930–2004) was a popular Sri Lankan actress and singer who appeared in early Sinhala films opposite Eddie Jayamanne.

    Personal life
    Blythe was born on March 28, 1930. Blythe married Ranjith Anthony and settled in Nuwara Eliya subsequently relying on a Tower Hall pension.

    Career
    Actress Jemini Kantha introduced her to B. A. W. Jayamanne who cast Blythe in Hadisi Vinishchaya (1949) opposite Eddie Jayamanne. She subsequently had similar roles in Sengawunu Pilithura (1951), Umathu Wishwasaya (1952), Kele Handa (1953), Iranganie (1954), Matha Bedhaya (1955), Perakadoru Bena (1955), Daiwa Wipaakaya (1956), Vanaliya (1958; with her sister Shirly Blythe), Kawata Andare (1960) and Mangalika (1963).

    Blythe sang in her movies. Her song "Sara Goiya" done for Daiwa Wipaakaya is considered one of the longest songs in Sri Lankan cinema running in at eight minutes. Blythe dueted with Mohideen Baig on "Surathaliye Sukumaliye" for the same film. Earlier she did several duets with Eddie Jayamanne.

    Blythe's later movies include Senasuma Kothanada (1966), Geetha (1970), Sujeewa (1972), Sukiri Kella (1975) and Mangala (1976). She also appeared in two South Indian films, Walliyin Selvan (with MG Ramachandran) and Periya Ediththa Pen (alongside Chandrababu). Blythe retired from film after filling in the role originally done by Jemini Kantha in the remake of Kadawunu Poronduwa (1982) pairing with Eddie Jayamanne one last time.

    She was presented the Sarasaviya Rantisara Award in 2002.
     
     
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