During the late 1950s and early 1960s, this Indonesian-born actress became famous for her roles in such Singaporean-Malaysian films as Pomegranate Scarf, Tun Fatimah, and especially Vampires.
Before beginning her acting career, she worked as a fashion model.
Her birth name was Liesbet Dotulong.
She collaborated with her first husband, screenwriter A. Razak Sheikh Mohamed, on Vampires. Her second marriage, to Sultan Abu Bakar Ri'ayatuddin, ended her film acting career.
She and Malaysian actor P. Ramlee co-starred in the 1951 film Livelihoods.