Hani Mohsin

Hani Mohsin bin Hanafi (18 June 1965 – 25 July 2006) was a Malaysian celebrity, actor and host of the popular TV game show Roda Impian, the Malaysian version of Wheel of Fortune.[1]

Hani Mohsin
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Born
Hani Mohsin bin Mohd. Hanafi

(1965-06-18)18 June 1965
Died25 July 2006(2006-07-25) (aged 41)
Hospital Serdang, Kajang, Selangor
Resting placeUlu Kelang Muslim Cemetery
NationalityMalaysian
OccupationActor, TV host and producer
Years active1990–2006
Spouse(s)Tiara Jacquelina (m. 1993–1998)
Children1

Hani was born on 18 June 1965 in Kangar, Perlis.[2]

He died on 25 July 2006 at the age of 41 due to a heart attack; the Malaysian Wheel ended production as a symbol of respect for his death.[3] It aired a brief revival in 2009 with disc jockey Kieran as host; the show has been on indefinite hiatus since 2010.

He was previously married to actress Tiara Jacquelina, from 11 September 1993 until their divorce on 16 February 1998. Hani was buried beside the grave of his mother, Hasni Bakar at the Ulu Klang Muslim cemetery.

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1991 Operasi Cegah Jenayah (O.C.J)
1992 Nadia
1993 Hanny Jeff
1995 Jimi Asmara Jimi Asmara
Beyond Rangoon Young Monk / Soldier
Ringgit Kasorrga Mat
1996 Scoop Shah Ikhwan
1997 Merah Salleh
2001 Spinning Gasing Azri
2002 Embun Abang Bayu
2006 Man Laksa Inspector Mohsin Guest appearance

Television seriesEdit

Year Title Role TV channel Notes
1990 Tapak Gemilang Producer
Naik Tangga Turun Tangga
1999 Romeo & Juliet Ridzwan TV3
Bulan Bintang Capricon Rezza
2001 Ketupat Madu, Rendang Hempedu Azam
2004 Mama Paparazi TV3
2005 Villa Cinta Daddy Kamal

TelemovieEdit

Year Title Role TV channel Notes
1995 Tamak
1998 Histeria director's cut Direct-to-video
1999 Jam 2 Petang Abang We Executive producer
2001 Duda Zainab
Sadis Mustafa
2002 Enamorata
Bunga Kasturi
2003 Pontianak - Bidan Gayah Bidin Direct-to-VCD
Hijrahku Hafiz TV3
Snowhite Pudarnya Suria
Diantara Satu
Neon Exhibition Room Visitors Direct-to-video
2004 Cinta Sepahit Kayu Manis Zaris

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role TV channel
1990 Senada Seirama Host RTM
2002–2006 Roda Impian (Season 7–11) Host Astro Ria

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