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Born (1975-03-24) 24 March 1975 (age 43)
Batu, East Java, Indonesia
Residence Jakarta, Indonesia
Nationality Indonesian
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • record producer
  • actress
  • model
Years active 1980–present
Anang Hermansyah (m. 1996–2009)

Raul Lemos (m. 2011)
Parent(s) Trenggono
Rachma Widadiningsih
Musical career
Instruments Vocals
Associated acts

Krisdayanti (born 24 March 1975), better known by her moniker KD, is an Indonesian singer and actress. She is the younger sister of Yuni Shara, another Indonesian singer. She is the daughter of Trenggono and Rachma Widadiningsih. At the age of 9, she sang a song for the movie Megaloman. On three years later, she released her first album, Burung-Burung Malam, together with the soundtrack album for Catatan Si Emon. While still in high school, Yanti participated in numerous singing and modelling competitions. In 1991, she was a finalist in the GADIS Sampul competition.[1][2]

With the help of Younky Soewarno and Chris Pattikawa, Yanti participated in the 1992 Asia Bagus star-search program, eventually winning the grand prize at the Asia Bagus film festival in Japan.[2] As a result of her winning the Asia Bagus competition, Yanti recorded an album in Singapore with Pony Canyon as well as a single which only saw airplay in Singapore and Japan.[3] In 1997, she was chosen as "The Best of Asia Bagus". She also won several awards, such as Best Indonesian Album awards for "Menghitung Hari" at 1999 Anugerah Industri Muzik, "Most Wanted Female Artist" and "Most Wanted Indonesian Video" awards for "Menghitung Hari" at MTV Southeast Asia, Best Pop Album awards for "Cinta" at 1997 Anugerah Musik Indonesia, and Most Favorite Female for "Jangan Pergi, Yang Kumau" at 2002 MTV Indonesia Awards. And also several nominations, such as Best Female Supporting Role for "Abad 21" at 1996 Festival Sinetron Indonesia, International Viewer's Choice Awards for "Menghitung Hari" at 1999 MTV Video Music Awards, and Most Favorite Female for "Mengenangmu" at 2006 MTV Indonesia Awards. During the duration of 2004, Yanti held eight concerts in different cities, including some international ones.[1]

Her hit songs and constant concert performances have caused her to be considered the most expensive Indonesian artists to hire for singing or acting, with Swa magazine writing that she earns more than the president of Indonesia.[1] In 1996, she was considered by Tabloid Bintang as one of Indonesia's 6 most prominent female television stars, and in 2007 Globe Asia ranked her 31st in its list of the 99 influential women in Indonesia.[4]

She married Anang Hermansyah, a musician from Jember, East Java, in 1996. Together they had one son (Azriel) and one daughter (Aurel). During their marriage, tabloids often reported rumors of Yanti being linked to Dicky Wahyudi, Tohpati's guitarist, dan Ari Sigit, a grandson of ex-president Suharto.[1][5][6] All rumors were denied by Yanti, who said that her relationship with her husband was fine. They divorced in mid-August 2009, upon Yanti's request.[7]

After divorced from Anang Hermansyah, she reportedly have relationship with Raul Lemos, the businessman from Timor Leste. On 20 March 2011, she married Raul Lemos and she had another girl at 5 September 2011 by cesarean section. The name of the girl is Arianna Amora Lemos means "Diamond with Full of Love". And then, she said already leaving her entertainment career and live in Timor Leste as housewife. However, she retracted the statement and said that she want continue singing until old, like Indonesian top senior singer, Titiek Puspa.[8]


Studio album
  • Burung-Burung Malam (1987)
  • Terserah (1995)
  • Sayang (1998)
  • Menghitung Hari (1999)
  • Mencintaimu (2000)
  • Cahaya (2004)
  • Krisdayanti (2007)
  • Aku Wanita Biasa (2009)
Duet album
  • Cinta (1996)
  • Kasih (1997)
  • Buah Hati (1998)
  • Makin Aku Cinta (2000)
  • Menuju Terang (2003)
  • Sepuluh Tahun Pertama (2006)
  • Dilanda Cinta (2009)
  • CTKD: Canda, Tangis, Ketawa, Duka (2009)
Compilation album
  • James F. Sundah - The Slow Collection (1990)
  • Cipta Pesona Bintang (1992)
  • The Best of Asia Bagus (1993)
  • Diane Warren Presents Love Songs (2005)
  • Semua Jadi Satu (with 3 Diva) (2006)
  • Bebi Romeo Mega Hits (2012)
  • Persembahan Ratu Cinta (2013)
Live album
  • Konser KD (2001)
Mini album
  • 3 Diva (2008)
  • Cintaku Kan Selalu Menemanimu (2011)
Soundtrack album
  • OST Megaloman (1984)
  • OST Catatan Si Emon (1991)
  • OST Doaku Harapanku (1993)
  • OST Ketika Cinta Bertasbih (2009)



Year Title Role Notes
2006 Jatuh Cinta Lagi Lila Lead role


Year Title Role Notes Network
1989-1990 Jendela Rumah Kita TVRI
1993 None TPI
1994 Si Cemplon SCTV
1995 Saat Memberi Saat Menerima RCTI
1996 Istana Impian RCTI
1997 Abad 21 Indosiar
1997 Istri Pilihan RCTI
1998-1999 Doaku Harapanku Anisa Lead role RCTI
1999 Diantara Dua Pilihan RCTI
2000 Terpesona SCTV
2001 Mencintaimu Cinta Lead role SCTV
2002-2003 Doa dan Anugerah Aisah Lead role Indosiar
2005 Mukjizat Allah Mayang Lead role Indosiar

TV Commercial[edit]

Year Title Role
1991-1995 Mustika Puteri Herself
1994 Hers Protex Herself
1997-2007 Hemaviton Action Herself
1997-2000 McDonald's Herself
1999-2000 Kirin Herself
2001 Marimas Herself
2003 Tradia Peanuts Herself
2005–present Laxing Herself
2006-2007 Indomie Herself
2009–present Laxing Tea Herself


  1. ^ a b c d, Krisdayanti.
  2. ^ a b Disc Tarra, Artist info.
  3. ^, Biodata Krisdayanti.
  4. ^, Krisdayanti Bintang.
  5. ^ Yusman et al., Ini Peringatan.
  6. ^ Aprianti, Krisdayanti.
  7. ^ Jakarta Globe 2009-09-03, Anang confirms.
  8. ^ "Krisdayanti Melahirkan Bayi Perempuan". 5 September 2011.

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