DANAR GUMILANG
Profile

Currently working as a presenter, Danar has developed a passion to become a professional MC since a very young age. In 2010, his dream came true when he was engaged by 87,6 Hard Rock FM as one of its regular radio DJs. At a later stage, Danar spanded further his career leveraging his communications skills by becoming a professional MC. His talent and passion for the work have granted him a long list of opportunities.

 

Danar is an up-and-rising star. He has a prominent tone of voice, heavy yet beautiful, and a presence that only belongs to him, his 191cm of height. He is also a talented singer and actor.

 

Bawang Merah Bawang Putih Musical in 2012 and Gita Cinta The Musical in 2013 were couple of musical productions that Danar took part.

CURRICULUM VITAE

JAKARTA 19 AGUSTUS 1989

HEIGHT : 194cm

WEIGHT : 97kg

HOBBIES : Singing, Acting, Music

 

T V    E X P E R I E N C E

  • - We Sing For You (NET)
  • - 5 Santri (MNC TV)

 

RADIO  E X P E R I E N C E

  • - Broadcaster Delta FM 2014 - Present
  • - Broadcaster Hard Rock FM - Jakarta 2010 - 2012

 

D U B B I N G  / VO  E X P E R I E N C E

  • - Coca-cola
  • - XL
  • - Fenomania (ANTV)
  • - Lift Seru (ANTV)
  • - Disney Cartoon Indonesia (Aladin, Jungle Club, 101 Dalmention, etc.

 

T H E A T R I C A L   E   X   P   E   R   I   E   N   C  E

  • - Performing Dream Girls as Marty (Jakarta Broadway Team)
  • - Performing Sangkala 9/10 (Abang None Jakarta)
  • - Performing Bawang Merah Bawang Putih (Good House Keeping & Tiara Djosodirjo Associate)
  • - Performing Gita Cinta the Musical 2013 (ArtSwara)

 

M C   E X P E R I E N C E

  • - MC for several events; Wedding, Birthday Party, Office Gathering, Concert, Press Conference, etc.

 

 

MCM Management is a newly established talent management agency focusing on managing qualified, young masters of ceremony (MC) in Indonesia. The Agency was formed as a response to the fact that there is a gap between the availability and the demand for qualified MCs, both in entertainment and non-entertainment sectors, and that the pool of qualified MCs has been increasingly getting smaller and dominated by senior MCs.