Sarimah

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Sarimah
Native name
ساريمه
Born
Sarimah Ahmad

(1942-04-28) 28 April 1942 (age 76)
Pulau Rusa, Pekan, Pahang, Malaysia
NationalityMalaysian
Other namesSarimah
OccupationActress
Years active1961 - 2009
Spouse(s)Datuk Zulkifli Ahmad (divorced)
Children4

Datuk Hajjah Sarimah binti Ahmad (Jawi: ساريمه احمد; born on 28 April 1942), better known by her stage name Sarimah, is a Malaysian actress most famously known for her work in various black-and-white Malay films of the 1960s and 1970s including Ibu Mertuaku and Madu Tiga.

Biography[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes & Awards Country
1961 Ali Baba Bujang Lapok Marjina Singapore
Si Tanggang Puteri Indera Kachik
Indera Bangsawan Putera Ratna Gemala Sari
1962 Lubalang Daik Endah
Neracha Minah
Ibu Mertuaku Sabariah
Batu Durhaka Seri Mulia
Norlela Puteri Faridah
Labu dan Labi Peragawati Sarimah (herself) Guest appearance
1963 Pilih Menantu Nona
Darah Muda Fauziah
Nasib Si Labu Labi Pengadil Ratu Kebaya 5 Guest appearance
1964 Madu Tiga Rohani
Tiga Abdul Ghasidah (youngest daughter)
1965 Sayang Si Buta Asmah
Bidasari Bidasari
Dayang Senandong Puteri Dayang Senandong
1966 Gerak Kilat Tina
Sri Andalas Sri Mayang
1967 Jebak Maut
Darma Kesuma Malaysia
1968 Kanchan Tirana Tilani
Raja Bersiong Permaisuri Singapore
1969 Bukan Salah Ibu Mengandung Ani Malaysia
1970 Dr Rushdi Muliani
Tuah Badan Latifah
Gelora Salmiah
1972 Dang Lenggang
1973 Satria Wati
1976 Malaysia Five Malaysian - Philippines Film
1977 Menanti Hari Esok
1979 Detik 12 Malam
Tiada Esok Bagimu Zaimah
1981 Potret Maria
Jejak Bertapak
Dia Ibuku Rohani * Won Malaysia Film Festival Festival Filem Malaysia ke 2 (1981):Best Actresses
1982 Kabus Tengahari
1983 Ranjau Sepanjang Jalan
1990 Warna-Warni Hati
1991 Sepi Itu Indah
1993 Tarik-Tarik
2009 Momok The Movie Mak Ton Guest appearance

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role TV channel
2004 - 05 Masih Ada Cinta Zakiah TV3
2005 Cinta Madinah TV1

Television movie[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Pontianak DOT3: 2ND Jibam Guest appearance

Awards[edit]

  • 2nd Malaysia Film Festival, 1981: Best Actress for Dia Ibuku (She's My Mother)

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