Mia Sara Shauki

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BornOctober 12, 1999
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Alma materCempaka International Ladies' College
  • Actress
  • Social media personality
  • Content creator
  • Singer
  • Model
Years active2003–present
  • Dato' Afdlin Shauki (father)
  • Datin Christina Orow (mother)

Mia Sara Shauki binti Afdlin Shauki (born 12 October 1999), is a Malaysian actress. She is best known for her role in Disney Channel (Asian TV channel) Wizards of Warna Walk, the Southeast Asian spinoff to Wizards of Waverly Place.

Early Life

Mia Sara Shauki was born on 12 October 1999 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and is the eldest of three children. Her father, Afdlin Shauki[1], is a Malaysian director, actor, singer and producer. Her maternal grandfather was the late Datuk Monggoh Orow[2], former Tuaran Member of Parliament (MP). Mia is of Malays (ethnic group)|Malay-Kadazan-Dusun-Greeks, and speaks fluent English and Malay language.

Mia studied at Cempaka Schools at the age of 14. During her time there, she gained an interest for the performing arts, and attended the school's annual box office productions, such as their The Wedding Singer (musical) and Legally Blonde (musical) productions. In 2015, Mia studied for the IB Diploma Programme at Cempaka, but eventually dropped out before completing the course in 2016. The following year she attended a Foundation in Arts course at HELP University. She is currently taking an online diploma course in acting by the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.



Mia made her first film appearance as a child actor in Afdlin Shauki's first critically acclaimed film, Buli (film), as a child stand-in. In 2009, Mia played the adolescent version of the lead character Miasara in Afdlin Shauki's Papadom (film). Since then, she would be cast as other small roles in other films by Afdlin such as Misteri Jalan Lama (2011), Pontianak vs Orang Minyak (2012), & Papadom 2 (2013); as she got older. During a break from film she concentrated on theatre projects at school.

In 2019, Mia ended her break with her role as Tammy in the independent horror-comedy film, Space Ninjas .

Upcoming projects

Mia will star in a supporting role in Afdlin Shauki's next upcoming musical drama-comedy film, Baik Punya Ah Long, alongside Zizan Razak, Johan Raja Lawak, and Liyana Jasmay. Also upcoming, Mia is set to star in a lead role in Kuman Picture's upcoming survival-horror film, Ceroboh.


Mia was cast in her breakout television debut through her role as Alissa Rose D'Cruz of Disney Channel (Asian TV channel) Wizards of Warna Walk (2019), the Southeast Asian spinoff to Wizards of Waverly Place. Since then, she has made her Singapore television debut in Mediacorp's pilot of Raksasa (2020)[3].


Year Title Role Notes
2004 Buli (film) Child as child actor
2009 Papadom (film) Young Miasara as child actor
2011 Misteri Jalan Lama Child ghost as child actor
2012 Pontianak vs Orang Minyak Villager
2013 Papadom 2 Young Miasara
2019 Space Ninjas Tammy Independent film
TBA Baik Punya Ah Long Mia Post production
Ceroboh Aisyah Post production
Year Title Role TV channel Notes Ref.
2012 Opera Sabun Bobi Extra Astro Warna Extra
2019 Emma Sofea: All in the Family Alissa Rose D'Cruz Disney Channel (Asian TV channel) TV short [4]
Wizards of Warna Walk Main role; 14 episodes
2020 Raksasa Lily Isaac Channel 5 (Singapore) Main role; Pilot
Suria (TV channel)
Year Title Role Venue Ref.
2014 The Wedding Singer (musical) Choir Cempaka Schools
2016 Legally Blonde (musical) Vivienne Kensignton Cempaka Schools
2017 My Zombie Ex Bethany Theatre Lounge Cafe
Visiting Aisha Short and Sweet (festival)
2018 That's Entertainment: A Night of Radio Hits Herself, Cher, & K-Pop Idol Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre
2019 A Man for All Seasons Lady Margaret Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre
Music videos
Year Title Artist Role Ref.
2019 ":ms:Caramel_Cream" :ms:Midnight_Fusic Girl [5]
2020 ":ms:Kuasa_Cintamu" Siti Nurhaliza Young Siti Nurhaliza [6]

In the media



  1. Alhamzah, Tahir (2019-08-15). "#Showbiz: 'I never wanted my children to follow in my footsteps' — Afdlin Shauki | New Straits Times". NST Online. Retrieved 2021-01-24.
  2. Geraldine, Avila (2019-12-24). "We will miss you, Monggoh Orow | New Straits Times". NST Online. Retrieved 2021-01-25.
  3. meWATCH, Mediacorp, Raksasa (English) - meWATCH, retrieved 2021-01-24
  4. Suzi (2019-08-15). "Ikut Jejak Bapa Jadi Anak Seni, Ini Wajah Cantik MIA SARA... Anak Gadis AFDLIN SHAUKI!". Nona. Retrieved 2021-01-24.
  5. Midnight Fusic – Caramel Cream, retrieved 2021-01-24
  6. Alhamzah, Tahir (2020-12-11). "#Showbiz: Siti continues counting her blessings | New Straits Times". NST Online. Retrieved 2021-01-24.

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