Indonesian movie actors born in the year 1925

Here are 5 famous actors from Indonesia were born in 1925:

Aziz Sattar

Aziz Sattar (August 8, 1925 Pekalongan-May 6, 2014 Kajang) also known as Aziz Satar, Datuk Aziz Sattar or Abdul Aziz bin Sattar was an Indonesian film director, actor, comedian and singer.

He was born to a Javanese father and a Malay mother in Pekalongan, Indonesia. Sattar began his entertainment career as a musician, but soon turned to acting and comedy. He gained widespread popularity in Malaysia and Indonesia through his comedic roles in films and television shows. He also directed several films, including "Zaiton Sameon" and "Bujang Lapok". Sattar was a recipient of the Malaysian Order of Merit and the Indonesian Bintang Budaya Parama Dharma for his contributions to the arts. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 88.


Bendot (August 20, 1925 Yogyakarta-December 23, 2001 Jakarta) otherwise known as Saparbe or Pak Bendot was an Indonesian actor and comedian.

He began his career in 1951 and quickly gained popularity for his comedic roles mostly in theater and slapstick comedy films. Bendot was known for his unique high pitched voice and his ability to make audiences laugh uncontrollably with his antics. He starred in over 70 films throughout his career and was widely regarded as one of Indonesia's most talented comedians. In addition to his work in film and theater, Bendot was also known for using his platform to advocate for social issues such as poverty and education. He passed away in 2001 at the age of 76 but his legacy continues to inspire young comedians and actors in Indonesia.

AN Alcaff

AN Alcaff (August 17, 1925 Jambi-December 22, 1992) also known as A.N. Alcaff was an Indonesian actor and film director.

Starting his career in 1951, Alcaff was one of the pioneers of Indonesian cinema. He acted in over 120 films and directed 16 feature films. Some of his most notable works as a director include "Kabut Sutra Ungu" (The Purple Mist, 1966) and "Naga Bonar" (Naga Bonar, 1986). Alcaff was known for his ability to capture the essence of Indonesian culture in his films. He was awarded the prestigious Citra Award at the Indonesian Film Festival three times, for his acting in "Rajuan Dunia" (Struggle for the World, 1960) and "Darah dan Doa" (Blood and Prayer, 1950), as well as for his directing work in "Naga Bonar". Alcaff died in Jakarta at the age of 67.

Bambang Hermanto

Bambang Hermanto (August 1, 1925 Surakarta-December 18, 1991 Surakarta) was an Indonesian actor. His children are called Lucia Syuri Kartini and Engelbertus Bayu Putra.

Throughout his career, Bambang Hermanto appeared in various films and theater productions. He was known for his captivating performances and was considered one of the most talented actors of his time. Aside from acting, Bambang also worked as a director and producer, contributing greatly to the Indonesian film industry. He was honored for his contributions by being awarded the prestigious Citra Award in 1981, for his role in the film "Kabut Sutra Ungu". Despite his success, Bambang remained humble and dedicated to his craft until his passing in 1991.


Bokir (December 25, 1925 Bogor-October 18, 2002 Jakarta) a.k.a. H. Mohammed bin Bokir Dji'un was an Indonesian actor.

He started his career as an actor in 1951 and appeared in over 120 films throughout his career. Bokir was also known for his talent in stand-up comedy and his ability to impersonate various characters. He received numerous awards during his career, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Indonesian Film Festival in 2001. Bokir was highly popular in Indonesia and is considered one of the country's most iconic entertainers.

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