Wawa Zainal

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Wawa Zainal
Born Nur Hawa binti Zainal Abidin
(1991-03-12) 12 March 1991 (age 26)
Lahad Datu, Sabah, Malaysia
Occupation Actress and Model
Years active 2008–present
Height 158 cm (5 ft 2 in)
Spouse(s) Aeril Zafrel (m. 2013)
Children 2

Nur Hawa binti Zainal Abidin (born 12 March 1991) now known as Wawa Zainal,[1] is a Malaysian actress and model. She is best known for playing Bunga in the drama series "Ana Lu'lu".

Early life and career[edit]

Wawa is the eighth of eleven children, born to a hybrid Filipino-Malaysian family. Her father is a Bruneian mix with Bajau, while her mother is a Filipino Tausūg. Wawa attended school at St. Dominic.[2]

Before entering the world of acting, Wawa first went into modelling industry at the age of 12. Following a short career as a model, Wawa began work as an actress for Metrowealth (MIG), and has starred in a variety of movies and dramas produced by the company. Wawa's first role as an actor was in the film Sumpahan Kum Kum directed by Ismail Bob Hisham.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Production Notes
2012 Sumpahan Kum Kum Shima Metrowealth
Hantu Dalam Botol Kicap Puteri Metrowealth
Seram Sejuk [3] Rose Metrowealth
Budak Pailang She Metrowealth
3 Temujanji Adira Metrowealth
Aji Noh Motor Sutera Metrowealth
2013 Pada Suatu Cinta Dahulu Nora Metrowealth
99 Kali Rindu Fatin Qalbie Metrowealth
Longkai Suraya Metrowealth
Kisah Paling Gangster Rina

TV Series[edit]

Year Title Role TV Network
2011 Ana Lu'lu Bunga TV3
Klik Amanda Astro Ceria
2013 Cinta Qaseh Qaseh TV3

Telemovie Drama[edit]

Year Title Role TV Network
2012 Cinta Vlog Madiha TV9
2013 Serindu Taj Mahal Aishah TV3

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Outcome
2012 Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Harian Most Popular Female New Artist Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biodata Wawa Zainal
  2. ^ Biodata Profile Wawa Zainal, additional text.
  3. ^ Seram Sejuk Full Movie, Retrieved on 5 September 2012.

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