Raffi Ahmad

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Raffi Ahmad
Born Raffi Faridz Ahmad
(1987-02-17) February 17, 1987 (age 27)
Bandung, Indonesia
Occupation actor, singer
Years active 2001 - present

Raffi Faridz Ahmad (born in Bandung, West Java, 17 February 1987) is an Indonesian TV presenter, actor and singer. Raffi has been cast in a number of soap operas, television movies and feature films. He is also involved in advertising, but mainly as host.

Career[edit]

Early years[edit]

Raffi launched his career with a supporting role in the One Point Star soap opera. Raffi later appeared in other soap operas as well as teen movies like Love is Love, for which he received critical acclaim.[citation needed]

In 2006, Raffi was selected for Joey Ayala's vocal group Bukan Bintang Biasa (BBB). The group's first single, "Let's Dance Together", was well received. BBB then starred in a film directed by Lasja Fauzia called No Ordinary Stars: The Movie. "No Ordinary Stars", the single from that film, became very popular with the teenage demographic.[citation needed]

Star[edit]

In 2008, Raffi's acting career took off when he appeared in a film produced by Rudi Soejarwo Wild and Asoy Geboy. At the end of the year BBB launched a new single, "Disconnect Disconnected".

In 2009, Raffi was touted as one of the best-selling artists thanks to Awesome. In addition to the show Strikes, he starred in two new programs, pairing with Olga Syahputra. He has starred in sitcoms like Diary Baim OKB. He also released the single "Johan", a duet with Laudya Chintya Bella.

Collaborations[edit]

His relationship with the singer Yuni Shara was a popular topic in the media. They went public on talk shows Just like Alvin, Online and The Four.

On February 26, 2010, at the Fierce Awards, Raffi and Yuni appeared together playing a medley of songs: "Johan" and "I Looked for the Best Way". This was followed by various offers to pair the two in projects, including advertisements, duets, and the movie House Without Windows. Raffi also directed a short film called Barbie, starring Yuni. The 10-minute movie was awarded the Best Movie award at the 2011 LA Lights Indie Movie.

At the end of 2011, Raffi starred in a movie titled Pocong. Barometer Lite production house, which produces one of Indonesia's leading tabloids, put Raffi's name in the fourth position for Indonesia's richest artists of 2011.

Singles[edit]

  • Let's Dance Together (Melly Goeslaw feat. BBB)
  • Bukan Bintang Biasa (BBB)
  • Jangan Bilang Tidak (Raffi Ahmad dan Ayushita)
  • Putus Nyambung (BBB)
  • Johan (RaBel)
  • 50 Tahun Lagi (Raffi Ahmad dan Yuni Shara)
  • Cinta Ini (Raffi Ahmad dan Yuni Shara)

Soap operas[edit]

  • Tunjuk Satu Bintang
  • Senandung Masa Puber
  • Aku Ingin Hidup
  • Me VS High Heels, The Series
  • Ada Cinta di Lantai 9
  • Asyiknya Pacaran
  • Bisikan Dari Atas
  • Rebut Matahariku
  • Juragan Jengkol
  • Olivia
  • Romantika Remaja
  • Andai Ku Tahu
  • Janji Cinta
  • Dimas Dan Raka
  • Tarzan Cilik
  • Baim Anak Sholeh
  • Buku Harian Baim
  • Koboi Cabe Rawit
  • Mendadak Alim
  • Titip Rindu
  • Bintang Untuk Baim
  • Baim Jaim
  • Arti Sahabat

Sitcoms (situation comedies)[edit]

  • Extravaganza ABG
  • OKB
  • Pesbukers
  • YKS

Filmography[edit]

  • Ada Hantu di Sekolah (2004)
  • Me vs High Heels (2005)
  • Panggil Namaku Tiga Kali (2005)
  • Bukan Bintang Biasa (2007)
  • Love is Cinta (2007)
  • 40 Hari Bangkitnya Pocong (2008)
  • Liar (2008)
  • Asoy Geboy (2008)
  • Barbie (2010)
  • Rumah Tanpa Jendela (2011)
  • Virgin 3 (2011)
  • Moi love you (2004)

TV shows[edit]

TV Commercials[edit]

Achievements[edit]

References[edit]

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