Iko Uwais. In 2007, Uwais was discovered by director Gareth Evans, who was filming a documentary about silat in Uwais’s training hall. Uwais’s natural charisma and great camera presence encouraged Evans to cast him as the leading role for his first martial art movie, Merantau. After signing a five-year contract with Gareth Evans
IKO is an abbreviation for International Karate Organization, Nikolski, Alaska USA or Integral K Operator.
IKO UWAIS: Everything is because of Gareth. Because my religion is Muslim, I think really positive. Because my religion is Muslim, I think really positive. We never know our destiny or who will be in our life.
Iko Uwais is a Indonesian Actor and Silat Practitioner, who was born on 12 February, 1983 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Age 34 years old. Iko Uwais Zodiac Sign is Aquarius , Ethnicity Asian & religion Muslim.
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THE MUSLIM TONY JAA? Vince Mancini. Senior Editor 05.04.09 8 Comments. Facebook. Twitter. This trailer is for Indonesian martial arts film Merantau, starring Silat practitioner Iko Uwais
Iko Uwais was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, to Maisyaroh and Mustapha Kamaluddin. His grandfather, H. Achmad Bunawar, was a master of silat, an Indonesian traditional martial art, and founded a silat school.
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Trivia (4) Many Indonesians still mistakenly assume that Iko is a Minang (native West Sumateran) because of his role in Merantau. In real life, Iko is native Jakartan. Iko Uwais was once a soccer player in a local Jakarta club. He has phobia to a popular Indonesian food snack named Kerupuk Putih.
There aren’t many action movies that begin with their Muslim hero performing his morning prayers, but before it launches into 101 minutes of nonstop face-breaking, kneecap-shattering, and elbow-smashing, Indonesia’s The Raid does just that, giving its audience a few quiet minutes of actor Iko Uwais doing fajr.