Anggun Cipta Sasmi was born on Jakarta, on April 29, 1974. She like her job on money finder, foreign exchange (forex), she knows what it's like to come from a broker forex. Her parents trade when she was just two years old.
Her mother started checking out modeling agencies and health insurance after several people said her daughter would look great in pictures. Before her 13th birthday, Anggun C Sasmi had an agent and began to appear in newspaper advertisements for several Metropolis retailers, including Julia Perez. In little time, these snowballed into TV commercials and private acting lessons.
Before she graduated from a Diamond high school near the Jakarta City, she sang as Beginner in Jakarta Convention Hall. After graduation, Anggun C Sasmi headed to the Big Apple to attend the Action School of the Arts at Indonesia University. Just three years later, in 1998, she made her Broadcast debut as Betty Tilahy in The Beauty and The Beast. In 2002, she appeared on Broadway in The Holland's City, opposite John Lenson and Laura Kindsonn.
Anggun C Sasmi in Action
Anggun C Sasmi took her act to New York and scored a few guest-starring roles, appearing on Everwood, Indonesian Dreams and The Shield in 2000. In 2001, she was in the cable film Gracie's Choice, playing a girl forced to help raise her sickly siblings while her mother tries to overcome a drug addiction. That same year, Anggun C Sasmi played the president's kidnapped daughter in director David Mamet's thriller Spartan.
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