| September 8, 1987 (age 28) (1987-09-08) Jakarta, Indonesia|
Tasya Nur Medina (brother)
Tania Ray Mina (sister)
Haykal Kamil (sister)
Marsha Natika (sister)
Rifqa Malsyita (sister)
Alwin Kamil (sister)
Hanung Bramantyo (m. 2009)
Haykal Kamil, Marsha Natika, Tasya Nur Medina, Rifqa Malsyita, Tania Ray Mina, Alwin Kamil
Kanna Sybilla Bramantyo, Kala Madali Bramantyo
Rafida Kamil, Eka Dewanta Insan Kamil
Ayat‑Ayat Cinta, Sang Pencerah, Surga Yang Tak Dirindukan, Cinta SMU
Hanung Bramantyo, Zaskia Sungkar, Haykal Kamil, Marsha Natika, Laudya Chintya Bella
Zaskia Adya Mecca Wikipedia
Zaskia Adya Mecca (born September 8, 1987) is an Indonesian actress and presenter of Sunda-Aceh-German descent. She is the wife of movie director Hanung Bramantyo and the oldest sister of an actors Haykal Kamil and Marsha Natika, and a younger sister-in-law of actor Ferry Ardiansyah.
Zaskia started her career as a model, winning second place in Model Kawanku in 2001. She was subsequently offered supporting roles in the soap operas Senandung Masa Puber and Cinta SMU.
Zaskia starred in the soap opera Kiamat Sudah Dekat, directed by Deddy Mizwar. She has also appeared in Cinta SMU, Senandung Masa Puber, Lorong Waktu, Munajah Cinta, Aqso dan Madina, Dibalik Jilbab Zaskia, and Para Pencari Tuhan, Seasons 1–6.
The end of December 2006, Zaskia starred in the television film on TVRI entitled Ibunda, directed by Rudi Imam. In 2007, Zaskia she appeared in the religious films Kun Fayakuun and Ayat-Ayat Cinta, based on the novel of the same name by Habiburrahman El Shirazy. She has also appeared in Doa Yang Mengancam and Sang Pencerah..
On September 14, 2009, Zaskia married Hanung Bramantyo. They have three children.