Jamie Aditya

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Jamie Aditya
Born James Adityawarman Graham
9 August 1978
 Australia Canberra, Australia
Occupation actor, presenter
Years active 1995 - present
Spouse(s) Nathalie Widyanti
Parent(s) Stuart Graham dan Ati Ashyawati

James Adityawarman Graham, also known as Jamie Aditya (born 9 August 1978 in Canberra) is a host, actor and singer from Indonesia.


Jamie Aditya is the grandson of Achdiat Karta Mihardja, Indonesia's famous writer and novelist from West Java. His mother was the daughter of Achdiat K. Mihardja mrs Ati Ashyawati and his father, Stuart Graham, is from Australia. Jamie was their third child.[1]


He was a VJ for MTV Asia and MTV Indonesia in the 1990s. In 2000, he was chosen as the best host of Asian TV Awards and was nominated as the best host in 2003. From 2004 until 2005, he became the host of Sync or Swim, produced by Discovery Channel. In 2005, he came back to Jakarta with his wife and son and became a singer. In 2007, he was the judge of Indonesian Idol for the fourth season. He also helped indie band from Bandung, such as Rock N Roll Mafia. He collaborated with Glenn Fredly in the song, "Good Times" on the album Aku Dan Wanita. He worked as a host in Singapore's HOTFM 91.3 radio station in September 2012, from 4 pm to 7.30 pm on weekdays, co-hosting with Charmaine Yee. He left the station that same year after a short stint.


  • XL, Antara Aku, Kau dan Mak Erot (2008)
  • Asmara Dua Diana (2009)
  • Kabayan Jadi Milyuner (2010)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Carlton, M. 2008. Indonesia: A Reporter's Journey. Wife is also a host of MTV DV1 (Video Dokumenter)