Sherina Munaf (born June 11, 1990 in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia) is an Indonesian actress, pop singer, and songwriter. At 9 years old, she successfully launched her debut album, Andai Aku Besar Nanti (translated When I Grow up). In 2000, she played a key role in Petualangan Sherina (translated Sherina’s Adventure), directed by Riri Riza. She received a special award in the "Most Talented Child Artist" category in the 2001 Asia Pacific Film Festival in Hanoi for her performance. In 2001, she recorded a cover of "I Have A Dream" with Irish boy band Westlife for a UNICEF fund raising. On February 2013, she serves as a judge and coach Indonesian version The Voice.