Natasha Hudson

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Natasha Hudson
Born Natasha Liana Hudson
(1982-09-09) 9 September 1982 (age 34)
Ipoh, Perak
Occupation Actress, Model & Host
Years active 1990s–present
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)

Natasha Liana Hudson (born 9 September 1982 in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia) is a model, actress, writer, and singer. She is an award-winning actress that has been seen on numerous television commercials, films and TV series in Malaysia and Indonesia. She also published two books in 2007, one an English poetry book titled My heart, My soul, My passion and a children's story book titled Puisi Indah Si Pari Pari.

In 2007 she was given an award[which?] for Most Promising Actress at the Malaysian film festival for her role as Nasrin from her film Chermin.

Personal life[edit]

She has a sister, Tania Nadira Hudson, who is also an actress and model. Natasha married three times in her life, her first and second marriages both ending in divorce. Her first marriage lasted four months. Her second marriage, two years. Through this marriage, she gave birth to a daughter. In April 2012, she married a hip hop artist, Carleed Khaza.

Film[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2007 Chermin Nasrin
2008 Sumolah
2008 Tipu Kanan Tipu Kiri Nasrin
2011 Halilinta
2013 Langgar Amanda
2013 Lemak Kampung Santan Sofia
2014 Mamak Cupcakes Kak Teh

Television[edit]

  • Antara Keju dan Belacan (2011)
  • Bait Cinta (2011)
  • Deru Ombak (2011)
  • Andai Ku Tahu (2012)
  • Cinta Luar Biasa (2012)
  • Tudung (2012)
  • Pulau (2012)

Theatre[edit]

  • Ibu zain (musical)
  • Gamat (musical)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Malaysian Film Festival[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result
2007 Chermin Most Promising Actress Won
2007 Chermin Best Actress Nominated

Plagiarism of Poetry[edit]

In 2007, Hudson published a book which prociamed to be her own poems in Malay.[1] This brought about a large number of accusations of plagiarism by the Malaysian Blogger community. Three poems from her book were specifically pointed out to be a direct translation of well-known poems by Roger McGough, Ann Hoberman and Vachel Linsay.[2][3][4]

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