Vineeth, sometimes billed as Vineet (born 23 August 1969) is a South Indian film actor and classical dancer who has acted in several well received films in his native Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada language films. He was educated at St. Joseph's Boys' High School Tellicherry.

Vineeth is a nephew of the famous Travancore sisters. Of them, apparently Padmini and Ragini imposed on his parents to send him to dancing school. Vineeth is also a cousin of film actress Shobhana and a relative of actress Sukumari.

He caught the public eye by winning the several prizes in the Bharatanatyam dance form while studying in school including winning the first prize at the Kerala State Youth festival for four years in a row  and winning the top prize of 'Kalaprathibha'.

Vineeth entered films with the I. V. Sasi film 'Edanilagal' in 1985. It was however with his second film 'Nakakshathangal' in 1986 that he caught the public eye in films. His dancing skills were prominently displayed in several films as well.

He is a student of Padma Bhushan Padma Subramanyam.

He has acted in several well received films since in all South Indian languages. In spite of his success in films, he still considers dance as his first love and is undergoing advanced training in Bharatanatyam and participates in several dance programmes all over the world as well as the Surya Dance Festival.

In 2004, he married Priscilla Menon and lives in Madras.

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He has also starred in an English Film titled “Bokshu the Myth’ which was viewed all over the World.
Vineeth was the first student to have procured the ‘Kalaprathibha’ Gold Medal for individual championship from the Kerala State Government for the Kerala State School Youth Festival in 1986.
He acquired the Best New Face Awarded from the Film Fan’s Association in Tamilnadu for his outstanding performance in his film ‘Avarampoo’.
He won the second best actor Award from the Kerala State Film Critics Association for the films ‘Daivathinte Vikrkuthikal’ and ’Sargam’. He also won the supporting actor award from the Film Fan’s Association for the films ‘Jathimalli’ and ‘Pudhiyamugam’.
However, his passion for dance was much in evidence, during which he composed, choreographed and performed umpteen number of dance recitals in India and abroad.