Indonesian movie actors born in the year 1941

Here are 6 famous actors from Indonesia were born in 1941:

Huib Broos

Huib Broos (August 29, 1941 Surabaya-September 11, 2011 Amsterdam) also known as Huib Roos or Huibrecht Hendrik Alfons Broos was an Indonesian actor.

He was born in Surabaya, Indonesia and moved to the Netherlands in 1958. Broos began his career in the late 1960s, appearing in various Dutch television series and films including "Turks Fruit" (Turkish Delight) and "Keetje Tippel."

Aside from his acting career, Broos was also a renowned theatre director, working for the Nederlandse Comedie, the Ro Theater, and the Rotterdamse Schouwburg, among others. He was also a member of the artistic team at the Zuidelijk Toneel, where he directed productions of plays by Anton Chekhov, William Shakespeare and Samuel Beckett.

Broos was a celebrated figure in Dutch culture and received numerous awards for his contributions to theatre and film, including the prestigious Dutch Order of Orange-Nassau in 1990. He passed away in 2011 at the age of 70.

Henky Solaiman

Henky Solaiman (August 30, 1941 Bandung-) a.k.a. Ong Han Kie or Hengky Solaiman is an Indonesian actor, film producer and film director. He has one child, Verdi Solaiman.

Henky Solaiman is known for his contributions to the Indonesian entertainment industry. He started his career in the 1960s as a model and later transitioned to acting. He has appeared in numerous films and television shows throughout his career, including "Para Dewa" and "Cinta Pertama".

In addition to acting, Henky Solaiman has also produced and directed several films. He received critical acclaim for his work on the film "Seputih Hati" which won three Citra Awards at the Indonesian Film Festival.

Henky Solaiman has also been actively involved in social and philanthropic causes. He founded the Henky Solaiman Foundation, which provides scholarships and assistance to underprivileged children in Indonesia.

Throughout his career, Henky Solaiman has been recognized with a number of awards and accolades for his contributions to the entertainment industry and his humanitarian efforts. He continues to inspire and entertain audiences in Indonesia and beyond.

Doddy Sukma

Doddy Sukma (July 15, 1941 Bandung-) also known as Doddy Wijaya is an Indonesian actor.

Doddy Sukma began his acting career in the 1960s, often playing supporting roles in Indonesian films. He gained recognition for his skills as an actor and began playing more prominent roles in the 1970s. He has acted in numerous films, television series, and theatrical productions throughout his career. In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Doddy is also known for his philanthropic efforts in Indonesia, particularly in the areas of education and health. He has received several awards and recognition for his contributions to society, including the Bintang Budaya Parama Dharma award in 2015. Doddy continues to act in television and film productions to this day.

Deddy Sutomo

Deddy Sutomo (June 26, 1941 Jakarta-) is an Indonesian actor and politician.

He started his acting career in the 1960s and has appeared in numerous films, television series, and theater productions. Some of his most notable roles include in the films "Cintaku di Kampus Biru" (My Love in Blue Campus) and "Pengantin Remaja" (The Young Bride).

Aside from his career in the entertainment industry, Sutomo is also involved in politics. He was a member of the People's Representative Council and served as the Minister of Youth and Sports from 2000 to 2001. In 2018, he also ran for governor of Jakarta but was unsuccessful in his bid.

Sutomo has received several awards for his contributions to the arts and entertainment industry in Indonesia, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Indonesian Film Festival.

Syu'bah Asa

Syu'bah Asa (December 21, 1941 Pekalongan-July 24, 2011 Pekalongan) was an Indonesian journalist, writer and actor.

He began his career in journalism in the 1960s, writing for various publications including Tempo and Kompas. As a writer, he was known for his critical and often satirical pieces, which tackled social and political issues in Indonesia.

Aside from his work in journalism and literature, Syu'bah Asa was also an actor. He appeared in several Indonesian films throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including the critically acclaimed film "Pengantin Remaja" (Young Couple).

In his later years, Syu'bah Asa continued to write and publish works that were critically acclaimed for their insight into Indonesian society and culture. His legacy lives on as one of the most prominent voices in Indonesian journalism and literature.

Godfried Sancho

Godfried Sancho (May 10, 1941 Flores-) also known as Godfried Fransiscus Pranoto is an Indonesian actor.

He initially started his acting career in the late 1960s in various Indonesian television dramas before moving to the Netherlands to pursue further acting opportunities. Sancho gained international recognition for his role in the 1979 film "Max Havelaar", which explored the Dutch colonization of Indonesia.

In addition to his acting career, Sancho also established himself as a community leader and cultural ambassador. He founded the Indonesia-Dutch Society in 1997, and served as the chairman of the society until 2003. Sancho also served as the director of the Indonesian Cultural Center in the Netherlands for 18 years, promoting the rich culture of Indonesia to the Dutch people.

Sancho was awarded the Order of the Crown by the Dutch government in 2000 for his contributions to strengthening cultural ties between Indonesia and the Netherlands. He continues to be an influential figure in the Indonesian-Dutch community and his legacy as an actor and cultural ambassador remains an important part of Indonesian and Dutch history.

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