Camelia Malik

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Camelia Malik
Born Camelia Malik
(1955-04-22) 22 April 1955 (age 62)
Jakarta, Indonesia
Nationality Indonesian
Occupation Singer, actress
Years active 1970–present
Spouse(s) Reynold Panggabean (1977-1989)
Harry Capri (1989–2013)
Children Sadam Rizky
Azalia Malika
Parent(s) Djamaluddin Malik (father)
Elly Yunara (mother)

Camelia Malik (born April 22, 1955 in Jakarta, Indonesia) is an Indonesian actress and dangdut singer. She is also known as Diva Dangdut Jaipong.

Personal life[edit]

Malik had been married to Harry Capri for 24 years when on May 6, 2013 they announced at a press conference that they had begun divorce proceedings on April 30, 2013 having been living apart for a year.[1] Before Malik was married in 1977, christian singer Reynold Panggabean. The interfaith marriage ended twelve years later in 1989.[2]

Her father, Djamaluddin Malik was a film director while her maternal half-brother, Ahmad Albar, is a rock singer.

Filmography[edit]

  • Nada-nada Rindu
  • Jaka Swara
  • Laki-laki Pilihan
  • Lorong Hitam
  • Dalam Sinar Matamu
  • Jangan Coba Raba-raba
  • Mencari Ayah
  • Para Perintis Kemerdekaan
  • Gengsi Dong (1980)
  • Pacar Ketinggalan Kereta (1989)

Discography[edit]

  • Colak-colek (1979)
  • Raba-raba (1980)
  • Ceplas-ceplos
  • Gengsi Dong
  • Wakuncar
  • Murah Meriah
  • Colak Colek II
  • Rekayasa Cinta (2002)

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