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Rano Karno
Rano Karno
(born 8 October 1960) is an Indonesian actor and politician. From his acting career he is known for starring in the 1979 film Gita Cinta dari SMA. On 30 October 2011 he was elected Deputy Governor of Banten. He has served as acting Governor of Banten since 14 May 2014.

Contents

1 Biography 2 Political career 3 Accolades 4 Personal life 5 Selected filmography 6 References 7 External links

Biography[edit] Karno was born on 8 October 1960 in Jakarta,[1] the son of actor Soekarno M. Noer
Soekarno M. Noer
and Istriati Rawumali, and grew up in Kemayoran, Central Jakarta.[1][2] Due to his father's low earnings, he was raised in poverty; he later quipped that his family had had one plate to feed five people, like a popular dangdut song.[2] Although the family's finances would not have been enough to see him through his schooling, he was able to finish his schooling after the fees were reduced by half.[2] As an escape from his family's poverty, Karno would go to a Balai Pustaka-run library and read classic works of Indonesian literature, including novels such as Abdul Muis' Salah Asuhan
Salah Asuhan
and the traditional folktale Malin Kundang.[2] His habit of reading later helped him to land his first acting job.[2] At the age of ten, he attended an audition for a film production of Malin Kundang
Malin Kundang
and, displeased with the changes to the story, blurted out "That's not how the story goes."[2] The director, impressed with Karno's knowledge of the story, cast him.[2] At first, his father did not support his choice as the elder Noer was worried that Karno would continue to be poor.[2] After Malin Kundang, in 1972 Karno starred in the film adaptation of Si Doel Anak Betawi (Doel, the Betawi Child).[2] After the film's success, Karno starred in several other films, including Rio Anakku (Rio, My Child; 1974) and Di Mana Kau Ibu? (Where Are You Mother?; 1974).[2] In 1979, he starred as Galih in Arizal's film Gita Cinta dari SMA
Gita Cinta dari SMA
(Love Song from High School); for a period after the film, he was rumoured to be dating his costar, Yessi Gusman.[2] In 1990, Karno switched to directing; his serial adaptation of Si Doel Anak Betawi, although initially refused by studios for being too "provincial", was highly successful and ran for six seasons.[2] From 1997 to 2002, he served as a member of the People's Consultative Assembly, and from 2002 to 2007, Karno served as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, promoting literacy.[1][2] His first book, The Last Barongsai, was published in 2010;[2] that same year, he released another film, Satu Jam Saja (Just One Hour).[3] As of September 2011[update], Karno was planning to make a film adaptation of The Last Barongsai.[4]

Political career[edit] In 2008, Karno ran for deputy regent (wakil bupati) of Tangerang as the partner of incumbent regent (bupati) Ismet Iskandar.[5] The pair won the election and were expected to serve until 2013.[5] While serving as deputy regent Karno continued to be active in the world of entertainment.[2] In early 2011, Karno began campaigning for governor of Jakarta
Jakarta
against incumbent Fauzi Bowo
Fauzi Bowo
on the Indonesian Democratic Party – Struggle ticket.[6] Despite showing an early lead,[6] in early July Karno cancelled his candidacy for governor of Jakarta
Jakarta
to run as Deputy Governor of Banten
Banten
as the running mate of incumbent Bantan governor Ratu Atut Chosiyah.[7] On 30 October the Banten
Banten
General Elections Commission announced that Chosiyah-Karno had won the election, with 50% percent of the votes; in mid-December 2011 he resigned as Deputy Regent of Tangerang.[5] He was to be sworn in on 11 January 2012 and was expected to serve until 2017.[5] After Ratu Atut was arrested for a graft case, Rano took over her position and became governor in 2015.[8] He tried to run for a second term in the 2017 gubernatorial election, but was defeated by Wahidin Halim.[9]

Accolades[edit] At the 1974 Indonesian Film Festival, Karno won a Citra Award for Best Child Actor
Actor
for his work in the film Rio Anakku; that same year, he won Best Child Actor
Actor
at the Asia Pacific Film Festival for Di Mana Kau Ibu?.[2] Six years later, he won another Citra Award for his role in Taksi.[2] In 1995, he won Best Actor
Actor
and Best Director for the serial Si Doel Anak Sekolahan.[2]

Personal life[edit] Karno is married to Dewi Indriati, with whom he has a daughter and a son.[2] As of July 2011[update], he was valued at Rp 13 billion (US$1.5 million).[10]

Selected filmography[edit] As of 2008[update], Karno has acted in more than 70 films.[11]

Malin Kundang
Malin Kundang
(1971) Lingkaran Setan (Satan's Circle; 1972) Si Doel Anak Betawi (Doel, the Betawi Child; 1972) Tabah Sampai Akhir (Patient to the End; 1973) Yatim (Orphan; 1973) Si Rano (Rano; 1973) Rio Anakku (Rio, My Child; 1974) Di Mana Kau Ibu (Where are You Mother? 1974) Romi dan Juli (Romi and Juli; 1974) Jangan Biarkan Mereka Lapar (Don't Let Them Go Hungry; 1974) Perawan Malam (Virgin of the Night; 1974) Anak Bintang (Star Child; 1974) Ratapan Si Miskin (The Poor Man's Tears; 1974) Senyum Dipagi Bulan September (Smile on a September Morning; 1974) Senyum dan Tangis (Smiles and Tear; 1974). Sebelum Usia 17 (Before Age 17; 1975) Tragedi Tante Sexy (Tragedy of the Sexy Aunt; 1976) Wajah Tiga Perempuan (Three Women's Faces; 1976) Semau Gue (As I Want; 1977) Suci Sang Primadona (The Primadonna's Holiness; 1977) Musim Bercinta (Season for Loving; 1978) Pelajaran Cinta (Lesson's in Love; 1979) Anak-Anak Buangan (Abandoned Children; 1979) Buah Terlarang (Forbidden Fruit; 1979); Gita Cinta dari SMA
Gita Cinta dari SMA
(Love Song from High School; 1979) Remaja di Lampu Merah (Teens Under the Red Light; 1979) Remaja-Remaja (Teenagers; 1979) Nikmatnya Cinta (The Joys of Love; 1980) Roman Picisan (1980) Selamat Tinggal Masa Remaja (Goodbye Teenage Years; 1980) Selamat Tinggal Duka (Goodbye Grief; 1980) Kembang Semusim (A Season's Flowers; 1980) Nostalgia di SMA (Nostalgia at High School; 1980)

Tempatmu di Sisiku (Your Place is By My Side; 1980) Yang Kembali Bersemi (That Which Blooms Again; 1980) Kisah Cinta Tommi dan Jerri (Tommi and Jerri's Love Story; 1980) Kau Tercipta Untukku (You Were Made For Me; 1980) Aladin dan Lampu Wasiat (Aladdin and the Magic Lamp; 1980) Senyummu Adalah Tangisku (Your Smile is My Tears; 1980) Puspa Indah Taman Hati (Beautiful Flower in the Heart's Garden; 1981) Bunga Cinta Kasih (Flower of Love; 1981) Mawar Cinta Berduri Duka (Love Rose has Grief's Thorns; 1981) Detik-Detik Cinta Menyentuh (The Seconds when Love Touches; 1981) Dalam Lingkaran Cinta (In Love's Circles; 1981) Yang (1984) Asmara di Balik Pintu (Love Behind the Door; 1984) Untukmu Kuserahkan Segalanya (I Give Up Everything for You; 1984) Ranjau-Ranjau Cinta (Love's Landmines; 1985) Tak Ingin Sendiri (Don't Want to be Alone; 1985) Kidung Cinta (Love's Melody; 1985) Yang Masih di Bawah Umur (Those Still Underage; 1985) Pertunangan (Engagement; 1985) Anak-Anak Malam (Night's Children; 1986) Merangkul Langit (Hugging the Sky; 1986) Di Dadaku Ada Cinta (In My Chest There is Love; 1986) Opera Jakarta
Jakarta
(1986) Blauw Bloed (1986) Bilur-Bilur (Wounds; 1986) Penyesalan (Regret; 1987) Arini, Masih Ada Kereta Yang Lewat (Arini, There are Still Trains Passing; 1987) Macan Kampus (Tiger on Campus; 1987) Dia Bukan Bayiku (It's Not My Baby; 1988) Arini II (1988)

References[edit] Footnotes

^ a b c TokohIndonesia.com, Si Doel, Wagub.

^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Hamdani 2010, Indonesian Star Rano.

^ The Jakarta
Jakarta
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^ The Jakarta
Jakarta
Post 2011, Rano's movie on Chinese-Indonesians.

^ a b c d Fidrus 2011, Rano quits Tangerang.

^ a b The Jakarta
Jakarta
Post 2011, Rano Karno
Rano Karno
and Fauzi.

^ The Jakarta
Jakarta
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Rano Karno
to run.

^ " Rano Karno
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^ "Court rejects petition, Wahidin-Halim to lead Banten". The Jakarta Post. 5 April 2017. Retrieved 29 March 2018.

^ The Jakarta
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^ The Jakarta
Jakarta
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Rano Karno
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External links[edit] Rano Karno
Rano Karno
on IMDb vteBest Leading Actor
Actor
(Indonesian Film Festival)1950s to 1970s A.N. Alcaff
A.N. Alcaff
and A. Hadi (1955) Sukarno M. Noor
Sukarno M. Noor
(1960) Sukarno M. Noor
Sukarno M. Noor
(1967) Benyamin Sueb
Benyamin Sueb
(1973) Mang Udel (1974) Slamet Rahardjo
Slamet Rahardjo
(1975) Ratno Timoer (1976) Benyamin Sueb
Benyamin Sueb
(1977) Kaharuddin Syah (1978) Sukarno M. Noor
Sukarno M. Noor
(1979) 1980s Not awarded (1980) Maruli Sitompul (1981) Zainal Abidin (1982) Slamet Rahardjo
Slamet Rahardjo
(1983) El Manik (1984) Alex Komang (1985) Deddy Mizwar
Deddy Mizwar
(1986) Deddy Mizwar
Deddy Mizwar
(1987) Mathias Muchus (1988) Rachmat Hidayat (1989) 1990s Rano Karno
Rano Karno
(1990) Tio Pakusadewo (1991) Jamal Mirdad (1992) 2000s Tora Sudiro (2004) Nicholas Saputra (2005) Albert Fakdawer (2006) Deddy Mizwar
Deddy Mizwar
(2007) Vino G. Bastian (2008) Tio Pakusadewo (2009) 2010s Reza Rahadian (2010) Emir Mahira (2011) Donny Damara (2012) Reza Rahadian (2013) Chico Jerikho (2014) Deddy Sutomo (2015) Reza Rahadian (2016) Teuku Rifnu Wikana (2017) Gading Marten (2018)

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