Annie Landouw Net Worth, Measurements, Birthday, Height, weight, Age, Family Facts & Life Story
Annie Landouw is an Indonesian singer and movie actress. She is best known for the musical comedy “My Fair Lady” which she starred in and sang with the original cast. She went on to have a successful career in film, singing and acting. She is one of few female Indonesian actors and actresses to have received the Grand Award for Lifetime Achievement from the International Academy of Film Sciences. Her films were some of the most successful Indonesian movies of all time. She is known as an Indonesian pop singer, with such hits as “Green Man”, “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles” and “Your Pretty Face”.
Annie was born in December, 1948 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Her parents, who are both musicians, encouraged her interest in music from an early age. She began learning ballet when she was six years old and continued to learn while studying at the Royal Ballet School in Jakarta. After that she studied acting in various studios in her home country, before getting a role in a British film “Peter Pan” where she played the character of Tinkerbell.
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Landouw then appeared in various other films including “Singin’ in The Rain” and “Karate Kid.” In the latter she plays a young lady who falls in love with a local boy, only to be sent away with him when her parents marry. She returns to London and reunites with Peter Pan, this time as a happily married couple. This was the start of Annie’s journey into the world of films, in which she would play many different characters, including an Indonesian karaoke girl in a number of films.
A Annie Landouw biography starts with her life in Surakarta. It is here that she would meet her future husband, Frenchman Mathieu Flaccel, while she was studying in a French-speaking university. He became a big fan of hers and encouraged her to pursue a career in the performing arts. She did go on to perform at the Teatro Manus in Paris, but after moving back to her native Indonesia, she decided to give up the arts. Instead she became an actress, working with such notable personalities as John Lloyd Webber and Peter Sellers.
Another part of Annie’s career involves the movie industry in France, in which she played the lead role in “A Woman in the Boat.” She then went on to appear in “Memento,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Babette’s Baby,” “My Fair Lady,” and “Love Actually.” In addition, she appeared in the film “Le Cordon Bleu” as well as the TV series “Fierce Family.” After these projects were completed, Landouw decided to concentrate on bringing justice to those who had fallen victim to child abuse, and in doing so, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her work in this area. After all of this hard work, it was her performance in the film “A Man Called Cowes” that really brought recognition to the then unknown actress.
After the completion of her two films, Annie Landouw then decided that it was time to move to the United States and joined the ranks of the movie stars of Hollywood. At the time, Hollywood was not as populated as it is today, but after the opening of the Statue of Liberty in New York City, many of the original Italian immigrants headed for the states. Once in the country, however, they made sure to register their status in every state in the country, which made it easier for them to vote in any upcoming elections. It was also through this same efforts that Annie Landouw became a naturalized citizen of the United States, receiving her United States citizenship by way of birth in 1977.
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