Bront Palarae

Nasrul Suhaimin bin Saifuddin (born 27 September 1978), known professionally as Bront Palarae, is a Malaysian actor, screenwriter, film director and producer.[1]

Malaysian actor, director, screenwriter and producer
In this Malay name, there is no family name. The name Saifuddin is a patronymic, and the person should be referred to by the given name, Nasrul Suhaimin.

Bront Palarae

Palarae at the Oscar Breakfast with Stars in March 2016.
Born
Nasrul Suhaimin bin Saifuddin[1]

(1978-09-27) 27 September 1978 (age 43)

Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia
Occupation Actor, screenwriter, director, producer
Years active 2000–present
Spouse(s)
Rozi Izma

(m. 2013)

Children 1

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Palarae was born in Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia.[citation needed] In 2005, he received a scholarship from the Italian government to attend a short course in Language & Culture at the University for Foreigners Perugia, Italy.[citation needed] He overstayed and toured the country for the next four months.[citation needed]

Palarae made his acting debut on television in 2000, his first feature film Lang Buana (2003) but he first gained fame by portraying two characters in Cinta Tsunami, a television series in 2005.

In 2008, with the release of his biggest commercial success, SinDarEla (Cinderella), he rose to prominence in a lead role, Hussin on the hit television series with Sharifah Amani and Remy Ishak, followed by another television series, Rona Roni Makaroni in the same year, again with Sharifah Amani.

Uncomfortable with his career direction, the media-shy actor turned his focus to film roles. Since then, he started attracting a variety of roles in films including Anak Halal (2005), Man Laksa (2005) and Bilut (2005).[2] His first major role was in V3: Samseng Jalanan, starring alongside his good friend, Farid Kamil who also directed the movie. V3:Samseng Jalanan grossed over RM4.1 million at the box office.

In 2009, Palarae starred in Belukar alongside Daphne Iking, directed by Jason Chong.[3] Though the movie did not do well at the box office, his acting was praised among critics and audiences alike. He won the Best Actor award at the 23rd Malaysia Film Festival[4][5] and also the Anugerah Skrin 2010 for his performance in Belukar.[6]

In 2010, Palarae co-founded Otto Films and through the company, he co-produced, co-written & co-directed Kolumpo,[7] a feature film released in 2013. He also served Camwerk Studios as Creative Consultant to help developed The Kidnap Case of Ammar Affendi and secured a co-production deal with RexMedia (US) at the Marche Du Film at Festival De Cannes at the same year. He was later appointed as the Brand Ambassador for Edwin Denim Malaysia[8] and also the face of local fashion designer Fairuz Ramdhan.[9]

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