Born on June 1, 1995, Nurul Jannah Muner, also professionally known as Janna Nick, is an actress, singer, host, director, and producer from Malaysia. She began her career in entertainment and is well-known for her parts in TV films like My Coffee Prince, Kau Aku Kita, Suami Tanpa Cinta, and Syurga Nur. In 2017, she made her big screen debut in Kimchi Untuk Awak. The first track "Mungkin Saja" and the follow-up single "Akan Bercinta" marked the beginning of Nick's musical career in 2016.
Early Life And Career
On June 1, 1995, in Sungai Petani, Kedah, Nick was born Nurul Jannah binti Muner into a family of Malay, Chinese, Pakistani, and Thai ancestry. She went to Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia for her education and is the second of four siblings. In 2012, Nick started her acting career by appearing in a number of TV dramas and telemovies in small and supporting parts. Her breakout performance came in TV3's primetime drama Syurga Nur, where she costarred alongside Amar Asyraf as Nur Jannah. Later, she costarred with Saharul Ridzwan as Iman Firdaus in the Kau Aku Kita television series, which ran on the same network. This role earned her the 2016 Drama Festival Kuala Lumpur Awards' Choice Actress category.
Additionally, Nick starred in the "Mikraj Cinta" music video by Siti Nurhaliza. She made her debut with the song "Mungkin Saja" in 2016. With Kimchi Untuk Awak, a 2017 feature film starring Aiman Hakim Ridza and Emma Maembong, she made her feature film debut in the role of Zara, one of the main antagonists. She co-starred alongside Fattah Amin in the Malaysian version of My Coffee Prince, which was a 2007 South Korean television series reimagined as The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince, which debuted in South Korea. Her second single, "Akan Bercinta," was also released by her.
Janna Nick disclosed her bipolar disorder diagnosis to the public in April 2021. She also acknowledged that, in her early adolescence, she had made two attempts at suicide. She wed fellow actress Dini Schatzmann in Langkawi, Kedah, in June 2023.