Kyaw Hein (born Kyaw Htay on 14 July 1947) is a five-time Myanmar Academy Award winning Burmese film actor, film director, and singer. He has starred in hundreds of films, directed several films, and was considered one of the most important actors in Burmese cinema.However, in 2008, on his 61st birthday, he announced he would retire from the film industry to live as a Theravada Buddhist monk. He holds the Dharma name Kittisāra . Kyaw Hein made his film debut with Hpuza Lanzon at age 20 but became famous with his fourth film Chit Tha-La Mon Tha-La.
Moht Moht Myint Aung (also Moh Moh Myint Aung) is a five-time Myanmar Academy Award winning Burmese film actress, best known for her leading lady roles in several Burmese films from the 1980s to the 2000s. Moht Moht Myint Aung was born in Yangon, the fifth child and youngest daughter of Myint Aung, a successful Burmese actor and director. She grew up in the Kyaukmyaung section of Tamwe Township. She wanted to be an actress like the leading ladies of the day like Wah Wah Win Shwe and Khin Than Nu. She attended high school at BEHS 1 Tamwe but failed the university matriculation exam several times. With most of her friends attending college, she gave up attending college and decided to focus on a film career. Moht Moht Myint Aung was virtually unknown until Kyaw Hein, one of the top leading men of his era, chose her to star in one of his films, Mun-Tet-Chein-Mha Nay-Win-Thi (The Sun Sets at Noon), in 1979. She was still in 8th Standard at the time. After winning her first Academy Award for 1984, Mo Mo Myint Aung established herself as one of the leading actresses of Burmese cinema. She is one of very few actresses in the Burmese film history able to lead a successful multi-decade career in a leading lady role. Mo Mo Myint Aung is still popular, seen by many as having aged gracefully, and continues to appear in several films in age appropriate roles. In a testament to her enduring popularity, she won her latest Academy Award for Best Actress for 2008. Moht Moht Myint Aung is on the judges panel in the show Myanmar's Got Talent, the Burmese franchise of the Got Talent series. Filmography : Moht Moht Myint Aung has made several movies over her over-three-decade-long career. She has won five Myanmar Academy Awards for both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress categories.