Raditya Dika

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Raditya Dika
Born
Dika Angkasaputra Moerwani

(1984-12-28) 28 December 1984 (age 34)
Jakarta, Indonesia
Occupation
  • Writer
  • comedian
  • filmmaker
Years active2005–present
Spouse(s)
Anissa Aziza (m. 2018)
ChildrenAlinea Ava Nasution
Websiteradityadika.com

Dika Angkasaputra Moerwani (born 28 December 1984), commonly known as Raditya Dika, is an Indonesian writer, comedian, and filmmaker.[1]

He wrote six national bestselling books and starred as the main character in Cinta Brontosaurus (2013), Manusia Setengah Salmon (2013), Marmut Merah Jambu (2014) and Koala Ugly (2016) namely based on the title of the books he wrote. He also appeared in TV comedy serial called "Malam Minggu Miko" on Kompas TV, jury of Stand Up Comedy Indonesia and Stand Up Comedy Academy and host of Comic Action on Indosiar. He is also one of the first Indonesian YouTubers who received "Youtube Partner Rewards" and the first Indonesian YouTuber to gain more than 1 million subscribers.

Early life and education[edit]

Raditya Dika is the eldest of five siblings, he has 3 younger sisters and 1 younger brother: Ingga, Anggi, Yudhita, and Edgar.

He graduated from Elementary School SMP Tarakanita and SMA 70 Bulungan High School. He continued his education in Adelaide University and Faculty of Social Science and Politics at Universitas Indonesia, majoring in Politics.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Raditya, Dika (2005). Kambing Jantan : Sebuah Catatan Harian pelajar Bodoh [Goat: A dumb student diary] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Gagas Media. ISBN 9789793600697.[2]
  • Raditya, Dika (2005). Cinta Brontosaurus [Love of Brontosaurus] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: GagasMedia. ISBN 9789797800598.[3]
  • Raditya, Dika (2007). Radikus Makankakus: Bukan Binatang Biasa [Radikus Makankakus:Not Ordinary Animal] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Gagas Media. ISBN 9789797801663.[4]
  • Raditya, Dika (2008). Babi Ngesot: Datang Tak Diundang, Pulang Tak Berkutang [Puckles Pig: Comes Uninvited, Returning Unbreasted] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Gagas Media. ISBN 9786028066105.[5]
  • Raditya, Dika (2010). Marmut Merah Jambu [A Pink Marmot] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Bukuné. ISBN 9786028066648.[6]
  • Raditya, Dika (2011). Manusia Setengah Salmon [A Half Salmon Human] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Gagas Media. ISBN 9789797805319.[7]
  • Raditya, Dika (2014). Koala Kumal [A Dingy Koala] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Gagas Media. ISBN 9789797807696.[8]

Filmography[edit]

  • Cinta Brontosaurus [Love of Brontosaurus] (in Indonesian). Jakarta. 2013.[9]
  • Manusia Setengah Salmon [A Half Salmon Human] (in Indonesian). Jakarta. 2013.[10]
  • Marmut Merah Jambu [Pink Marmot] (in Indonesian). Jakarta. 2014.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Profil & Biografi Raditya Dika", profilpedia.com (in Indonesian), retrieved 29 March 2015
  2. ^ Kambing Jantan : Sebuah Catatan Harian pelajar Bodoh (in Indonesian), 2005, retrieved 9 April 2015
  3. ^ Cinta Brontosaurus (in Indonesian), 2006, retrieved 9 April 2015
  4. ^ Radikus Makankakus: Bukan Binatang Biasa (in Indonesian), 2007, retrieved 9 April 2015
  5. ^ Babi Ngesot: Datang Tak Diundang, Pulang Tak Berkutang (in Indonesian), 2008, retrieved 9 April 2015
  6. ^ Marmut Merah Jambu (in Indonesian), 2010, retrieved 10 May 2016
  7. ^ Manusia Setengah Salmon (in Indonesian), 2011, retrieved 9 April 2015
  8. ^ Koala Kumal (in Indonesian), 2014, retrieved 9 April 2015
  9. ^ Review Film Cinta Brontosaurus, analogi Cinta Kadaluarsa (in Indonesian), 2013, retrieved 9 April 2015
  10. ^ Manusia Setengah Salmon: Everyone Has to Move On (in Indonesian), 2013, retrieved 9 April 2015
  11. ^ Review Marmut Merah Jambu (in Indonesian), 2014, retrieved 9 April 2015

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