Indonesian movie actresses died in the year 2008

Here are 2 famous actresses from Indonesia died in 2008:


Suzzanna (October 14, 1942 Bogor-October 15, 2008 Magelang) a.k.a. J.P. Suzzanna, Suzanna, Suzanna Martha Frederika van Osch, J.P. Suzanna or The Queen of Indonesian Horror was an Indonesian actor. Her children are called Kiki Maria, Arie Adrianus Suprapto and Rama Yohanes.

Suzzanna was born into a family of mixed Dutch and Indonesian heritage in Bogor, West Java. She began her acting career in 1953 at the age of 11, making her debut in the film "Asrama Dara". However, she rose to fame in the 1970s and 1980s as a horror movie icon, starring in over 50 horror films known as "film horor" in Indonesia.

Her most famous films include "Suster Ngesot" (The Hunchbacked Nurse), "Nyai Roro Kidul" (Queen of the South Seas), and "Ratu Ilmu Hitam" (The Queen of Black Magic). Suzzanna was also known for her roles in drama and comedy films, as well as her work as a producer.

Suzzanna was married to fellow actor Dicky Suprapto, with whom she had three children. She passed away on October 15, 2008, one day after her 66th birthday, after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Despite her passing, Suzzanna's legacy as a horror movie queen continues to live on, and her films remain popular in Indonesia to this day.

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Chitra Dewi

Chitra Dewi (January 26, 1934-October 28, 2008) also known as Citra Dewi was an Indonesian actor and film director.

She was born in Batavia, Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia) and made her acting debut in the 1950s. Chitra Dewi was known for her versatile acting skills and starred in over 100 films throughout her career. In addition to acting, she also ventured into directing films, with her debut film "Siti Belinda" released in 1972.

Chitra Dewi received numerous awards and recognition for her contributions to the Indonesian film industry, including the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2006 Indonesian Film Festival. She was also a recipient of the prestigious Bintang Mahaputera Utama, an Indonesian national award for her achievements in the arts.

Outside of her career in the entertainment industry, Chitra Dewi was also active in various social and humanitarian causes. She was a staunch advocate for the rights of women and children, and was involved in several organizations that aimed to improve their welfare.

Chitra Dewi passed away in 2008 at the age of 74, leaving behind a legacy as one of Indonesia's most beloved and respected actresses.

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