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Tora Sudiro

Tora Sudiro
Born Gusti Taura Danang Sudiro
(1973-05-10) 10 May 1973
Jakarta, Indonesia
Occupation Actor and comedian
Years active 2001-present
Spouse(s) Anggraini Kadiman (divorced)
Mieke Amalia
Children Married from Anggraini Kadiman:
Azzahra Nabila
Nayara Kanahaya
Married from Mieke Amalia:
Jenaka Mahila Sudiro
Parents Tanto Sudiro (Father)
Pinky Mardikusno (Mother)

Tora Sudiro or his birth name Gusti Taura Danang Sudiro (born 10 May 1973) is an Indonesian actor and comedian. His popularity rose when he was one of some comedians who took part in the Trans TV comedy show Extravaganza. He has also appeared in Indonesian TV dramas, such as Dunia Tanpa Koma on 2006. Arisan!, a film in which Sudiro starred, received an award at the 2004 Indonesia Film Festival (FFI) and became a widely screened film on the international gay film festival circuit. He also had appeared in some commercials.

Contents

  • Personal life 1
  • Filmography 2
    • Film 2.1
    • TV series 2.2
  • Variety show 3
  • Model Video Clips 4
  • Awards and Nominations 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Personal life

After divorced, Tora married Mieke Amalia on 19 December 2009 with both have two children each from previous marriages. On 21 March 2012, they got a daughter, Jenaka Mahila Sudiro means "Funny and Pretty" due to they met each other for the first time during a joint stunt on a comedy show in a television studio.[1]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Tragedi Mr. Purple Lotus
2003 Arisan! Sakti Citra Award for Best Leading Actor in Indonesian Film Festival 2004
2005 Janji Joni Gay Men in Toilet #1
2005 Banyu Biru Banyu
2006 Ekspedisi Madewa Tiro Mandawa
2007 D'Bijis Damon Favorite Leading Role Actor in Indonesian Movie Awards 2007
2007 Nagabonar Jadi 2 Bonaga Nominations Citra Award for Best Leading Actor in Indonesian Film Festival 2007
Best Leading Role Actor in Bandung Film Festival 2007
Most Favorite Actor in MTV Indonesia Movie Awards 2007
2007 Quickie Express Jojo
2008 Otomatis Romantis Bambang
2008 Namaku Dick Bama
2008 Tri Mas Getir Ciang Pek
2008 Laskar Pelangi Mr. Mahmud
2008 Cinlok Cundra
2009 Wakil Rakyat Bagyo
2009 Benci Disko Harim
2009 Krazy Crazy Krezy Sony
2009 Preman In Love Sahroni
2010 The God Babe Riyo
2010 Roman Picisan Raga
2010 Mafia Insyaf Kendra
2011 Perempuan-Perempuan Liar Dom
2011 Arisan! 2 Sakti Nominations Best Leading Role Actor in Indonesian Movie Awards 2012
Nominations Favorite Leading Role Actor in Indonesian Movie Awards 2012
2012 Kita Versus Korupsi Arwoko Segment: "Selamat Siang, Risa!"
Nominations Omnibus Best Actor in Maya Cup 2012
2013 Get M4rried Doctor
2013 Setelah 15 Tahun Himself Documentary film
2013 Malam Seribu Bulan The Lead Thug
2013 Slank Nggak Ada Matinya Adri
2014 Princess, Bajak Laut dan Alien Unknown Role

TV series

Year Title Role
2006 Dunia Tanpa Koma Bayu
2008 Para Pencari Tuhan Baha
2010 Udin Bui Boing
2011 Laki-Laki Lasut Leo Hamonangan
2012 Tendangan Si Madun Seasons 2 Rahman
2014 Tukang Bubur Naik Haji The Series

Variety show

Year Title Channel Television
2004-2009 Extravaganza Trans TV

Model Video Clips

Year Title Song Singer
2003 Cinta Sudah Lewat Kahitna
2010 Waktu Takkan Mampu Shanty

Awards and Nominations

Year Awards Category Film Results
2004 Indonesian Film Festival Citra Award for Best Leading Actor Arisan! Won
2007 Indonesian Film Festival Citra Award for Best Leading Actor Nagabonar Jadi 2 Nominated
2007 Bandung Film Festival Best Leading Role Actor Nagabonar Jadi 2 Won
2007 MTV Indonesia Movie Awards Most Favorite Actor Nagabonar Jadi 2 Won
2007 Indonesian Movie Awards Favorite Leading Role Actor D'Bijis Won
2012 Indonesian Movie Awards Best Leading Role Actor Arisan! 2 Nominated
2012 Indonesian Movie Awards Favorite Leading Role Actor Arisan! 2 Nominated
2012 Maya Cup Omnibus Best Actor Kita Versus Korupsi Nominated

References

  1. ^ "Tora Sudiro, Mieke Amalia welcome baby daughter". 21 March 2012. 

External links

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