Indonesian movie actors died in the year 2010

Here are 1 famous actors from Indonesia died in 2010:

Piet Burnama

Piet Burnama (August 8, 1934 Cirebon-November 6, 2010 Bekasi) also known as Pietrajaya Burnama, Pitrajaya Burnama, Pitrajaja Burnama, Pitradjaja Burnama or Pietra Jaya Burnama was an Indonesian actor, film director and screenwriter.

He started his career in the entertainment industry in the 1950s as an actor, appearing in several popular films such as "Bintang Surabaja" and "Si Jampang". In the 1960s, he transitioned to directing and writing screenplays, and made a name for himself with hits like "Dewi Peri" and "Nyi Ageng Ratu Pemikat".

Burnama was known for his versatility as an artist, having acted in a range of genres from drama to comedy, and directed films ranging from horror to romance. He was also highly respected as a writer and was known for his ability to create compelling and nuanced characters in his stories.

In addition to his work in film, Burnama was actively involved in Indonesia's theater scene, and was known for his passion for promoting Indonesian culture and arts. He was a highly respected figure in the industry, and his contributions have been widely recognized both in Indonesia and internationally.

Burnama passed away in 2010 at the age of 76, leaving behind a rich legacy of work that continues to inspire and entertain audiences to this day.

Throughout his career, Piet Burnama worked on more than 80 Indonesian films as an actor, director, or screenwriter. Some of his notable works as an actor include "Madjapahit Siluman Seri" (1957), "Guna-Guna Istri Muda" (1973), and "Sesuatu yang Indah" (1985). As a director and screenwriter, he made acclaimed films such as "Kanjeng Ibu Ratu Kidul" (1983), "Putri Duyung" (1985), and "Bidadari-Bidadari Surga" (1992).

Burnama's dedication to the Indonesian arts community went beyond his work in the film industry. He was one of the founders and the artistic director of the Institut Kesenian Jakarta, a performing arts school in Jakarta. He was also a member of the Indonesian Film Artists Association and the National Committee for Culture and the Arts.

In recognition of his contributions, Burnama received several awards and honors throughout his life. In 2005, he was awarded the Indonesian Ministry of Culture and Tourism's Lifetime Achievement Award. He was also a recipient of the Cultural Ambassador award from the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2007.

Overall, Piet Burnama's contributions to Indonesian cinema and culture have cemented him as one of the country's most influential figures in the entertainment industry. His work and legacy continue to inspire generations of artists and filmmakers in Indonesia and beyond.

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