DION WIYOKO

Ac­tor

Indonesia Tatler - - Features -

What are your on­go­ing and up­com­ing projects? The Sun­shine drama with Viu, an over-thetop video ser­vice, was just re­leased and I will make an­other with Toy­ota. More­over, I’m very en­thu­si­as­tic about start­ing to work on a movie based on a real-life, leg­endary In­done­sian bad­minton ath­lete. I’ve been play­ing many types of sports since I was young and my dad was an ath­lete, too, so this is a dream come true.

What does suc­cess mean to you, and what legacy do you want to leave? Suc­cess for me is more about en­joy­ing the process and that noth­ing is in­stant; I’ve seen suc­cess­ful peo­ple who some­times have to work for decades be­fore achiev­ing it, and they learn so much from past ex­pe­ri­ences. In the end, I wish to share both my good and bad ex­pe­ri­ences for peo­ple to learn from and to be known as a good man who has lived a full life.

Tell us fun facts about you that few know about I’m a morn­ing per­son and al­ways start my day with black cof­fee and bread. Cof­fee is a ne­ces­sity, a mood- and en­ergy-booster through­out the day, and I need at least two cups a day—to the point that I carry my cof­fee-press tum­bler, ket­tle, and ground cof­fee wher­ever I go.

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