Susan Roces

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Name: Celestine Cruz Gonzaga
Nickname: Tintin
Screen name: Toni Gonzaga
Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
Birthdate: 20 January 1984

She appeared in a soft drink commercial with Piolo Pascual at the age of 17 years old.

She then was signed up with GMA to co-host Eat Bulaga. She joined Studio 23 's Wazzup Wazzup as one of the anchors together with Vhong Navarro and Archie. She was tagged as the News Diva because she always seemed to deliver the news with such a powerful voice.

After signing with ABS-CBN, Toni quickly became a part of such shows like the Most Requested Show (MRS) with Roderick Paulate and Amy Austria. It was cancelled after a few shows for low rating. She was also a part of Entertainment Konek (ETK) with Ogie Diaz and hosted Pinoy Big Brother.

Toni is currently taking AB English – a shift from her Mass Com course. She feels that her new course will help her become a better host. "May mga practicumer kami sa show na nakakausap ko then nakakakuha ako ng idea from them in broadcating" pertaining to the trainees in her shows.




Kristina Bernadette Cojuangco Aquino, better known as Kris Aquino (born February 14, 1971 in Quezon City, Philippines) is a prominent television and movie personality in the Philippines.

She is the fifth and youngest child of Corazon Aquino, former President of the Philippines and Benigno Aquino, Jr., a popular opposition senator during the Marcos regime. She is the youngest of five siblings: Maria Elena, Aurora Corazon, Benigno the III, who is currently Tarlac representative and Victoria Eliza. She and her only brother are the only ones left unmarried among them.

In recent years, Aquino has been labeled "The Philippines' Queen of Talk," due to her success in hosting talk shows. She was also crowned as the 2004 Box Office Queen for her hit movies such as Feng Shui and So... Happy Together.

Aquino spent most of her elementary school days in the United States because the Aquino family was in exile. After returning to the Philippines in 1983, Aquino started out as a precocious presence in rallies against the Marcos government.

After the 1986 expulsion of President Ferdinand Marcos, the teenaged Kris stepped into the limelight, starting with guest spots on television dramas and comedies, as well as talk shows. Finally, she made her film debut with actor Rene Requiestas
in the comedy Pido Dida.

Aquino afterwards had a commercially steady, though critically panned career and managed to score an acting nomination for The Fatima Buen Story. She also starred in a film based on a true-life murder, The Vizconde Massacre. Its financial success and successive crime films of the same vein in which she starred in gained her the nickname "Massacre Queen" by newspaper critics.

Kris graduated from Ateneo de Manila University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature.

It was not until 1994, that she did a film (Nandito Ako) with action star Philip Salvador that started one of Kris' very controversial love affairs. Aquino became pregnant and had a child, Joshua, who has ADHD.

With her movie career slowing, Aquino shifted her sights on a television career as a talk show host launched through The Kris Aquino Show produced by VIVA on Channel 4. But it was in GMA Network showbiz oriented talk show Startalk where she co-hosted with Boy Abunda and Lolit Solis that her hosting capabilities were noticed. Media conglomerate and GMA Network's rival ABS-CBN noticed her undeniable hosting wit, offered her a contract and launched Today with Kris Aquino, one of the most successful talk shows of the 1990s. In January 2003 to May 2004, she hosted yet another successful morning talk show entitled Morning Girls with Kris and Korina alongside popular media personality Korina Sanchez. As of 2005, she hostsThe Buzz with Mr. Boy Abunda and Ms. Cristy Fermin for the same network, as well as Pilipinas, Game KNB?, a game show similar in format to Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. She had been also controversial for wearing plunging dresses which noted her as a fashion-talk show queen.

Aquino is also known for her troublesome relationships. Over the past decade, she has been linked to two married men. Her latest relationship became a cause célèbre in 2003 after it ended in gunplay and Aquino accused her lover, former Parañaque mayor and actor Joey Marquez, on live television, of giving her venereal disease. At present, Kris is linked having a relationship with the local PBA player, her fiancé, James Yap. Although no formal announcement has been made by the couple, there have been speculations that they will marry sometime in 2006.


In this Corner of the Universe-Nora Aunor, the Superstar

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It was also in the 70's when a skinny brown girl emerged as a winner in the popular singing contest, Tawag ng Tanghalan.

Nora Villamayor, known as Guy mesmerized the bakya record. She was practically worshipped by her fans. Her ascent to the celluloid world as the darling of the masa had no precedent in the Philippine cinema where only the mestizas and the beautiful became stars. But she is the Superstar.

Her songs broke records in the local music industry. The Nora mania was unstoppable. The Guy-Pip (Tirso Cruz III) love team was worshipped by the fans, so much so that there was a doll Maria Teresa who became their virtual love child?

Her sing-song dance unforgettable movies became hits that she was paired to a scion of a political clan, Victor Laurel for the movie filmed in the US with no other than Don Johnson of Miami Vice and Nash Bridges actor as the third party in the love triangle.

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She started producing movies. Banaue, And God Smiled At Me, showed Nora's intensity as an actress. Vilma was no match with her subdued acting. She did not have to be hysterical to express anger or outrage. Her eyes showed them all.

She produced many movies in 1970's. Among them were:
ora Tatlong Taong Walang Diyos (1976), Ina Ka ng Anak Mo (1979), Bulaklak Sa City Jail (1984), Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa Langit (1989), and Andrea, Paano Ba Ang Maging Isa Ina (1990), Flor Contemplacion Story (1995), and Bakit May Kahapon Pa (1996).

Nora bagged three international best actress trophies: Cairo International Film Festival for The Flor Contemplacion Story, Malaysia International Film Festival for Bakit May Kahapon Pa and Brussels International Film Festival for Naglalayag.

She is now in the United States.



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Amalia Fuentes

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Si Amalia Fuentes ay isang artistang Pilipino. Gumanap siya bilang suporta ni Gloria Romero sa pelikulang Señorita. Naging ganap na bituin sa pelikulang Rodora at naging ganap na bituin ng Sampaguita Pictures at naging palagiang katambal ni Juancho Gutierrez sa kanilang mga pelikula.

Taong 1957 ng gumawa siya ng pelikula sa Vera-Perez Pictures, isang sister company ng Sampaguita, kung saan itinambal siya kay Romeo Vasquez ang Pretty Boy.

Nagwagi siya ng Gawad FAMAS para sa pinakamahusay ng pagganap ng isang pangunahing aktres para sa pelikulang Ibulong Mo Sa Hangin noong 1966. Nominado din siya sa FAMAS bilang Best Actress para sa mga pelikulang Kulay Dugo ang Gabi (1964), Sapagkat Ikaw ay Akin (1965), O Pagsintang Labis (1967), Kapatid Ko ang Aking Ina (1969), Divina Bastarda (1971), Babae, Ikaw ang Dahilan (1972), Pag-Ibig Mo, Buhay Ko (1973) at Isang Gabi, Tatlong Babae (1974).

Nagpakasal sila ni Romeo Vasquez sa Hongkong pero naghiwalay din sila nang malaunan. Anak nila si Liezl na naging artista rin bago pumunta sa Estados Unidos.

Ang ikalawang asawa niya ay si Joey Stevens, isang Amerikanong businessman na may-ari ng JRS.

Pagkatapos ng pagbagsak ni Marcos, sila ay tuluyan ng tumira sa Amerika.

Si Amalia Fuentes ay tiya nina Nino Muhlach, Aga, Almira at Arlene.

Kapatid din niya ang mga naging artistang si Alvaro at Alex (Cheng) Muhlach.

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Maricel Soriano

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Maricel Soriano (born Maria Cecilia Dador Soriano on February 25, 1965), is a popular Filipina film and television actress. Dubbed as the Diamond Star of Philippine movies, she started acting at the age of six with the 1971 flick My Heart Belongs to Daddy with fellow child actress Snooky Serna. In 1974, she received her first award as Best Child Actress at the age of nine at the 9th Manila Film Festival for Virgo Film's Alaala mo, Daigdig ko (Your Memory is My World). She won her second acting award at the 1974 Ilo-ilo Film Festival for the movie version of the TV sitcom John En Marsha which later became the longest running Philippine Sitcom. Maricel developed her comic skills under the aegis of the Philippine King of Comedy, Dolphy and the late Nida Blanca, one of the country's top caliber actors, both of whom she considered as second parents.

In the 80's she was launched to full stardom as one of the Regal Babies with then-archrival Snooky Serna, Dina Bonnevie, Gabby Concepcion, Albert Martinez, Alfie Anido, Jimi Melendez, and her loveteam and one-time boyfriend, William Martinez. She became known as 'Taray Queen' for her comedic antics on films which amused Filipino audiences. Excelling both in drama and comedy, she has collected a number of awards most notable of which are the two Asian TV Awards as Best Comedy Actress, and two FAP awards, two FAMAS and two PMPC Star Awards for her drama performances. She has appeared in 83 films and has scored a number of blockbuster hits.

She has tried singing as well and has recorded a few songs including the theme song of her movie Oh My Mama in 1981 and a sold out concert at the Araneta Coliseum titled Hello, Hello Maricel in 1987.
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Best Child Actor 1955-1969-2006

Best Child Actor

1955 Undo Juizan
1968 Zernan Manahan
1969 Frankie Navaja, Jr.
1970 Roderick Paulate [as Child Performer]
roderick paulta

1971 Arnold Gamboa
1972 Robin Aristorenas
1973 Marlon Bautista
1974 Angelo
1976 Niño Muhlach
1977 Niño Muhlach [as Child Performer]
1978 Niño Muhlach
1979 Bentot, Jr.
1980 Bentot, Jr.
1981 Mark Versoza
1982 Ryan Soler
1983 Jaypee de Guzman
jaypee de guzman

1984 Chuckie Dreyfuss
1985 Jaypee de Guzman
jaypee de guzman

1986 Ian de Leon
1987 Mel Martinez
1988 Vandolph
1989 R.R. Herrera
1990 Fredmoore de los Santos
1991 Terence Bayhon
1994 Karl Angelo Legaspi
1995 Jefferson Long
1996 Patrick Garcia
1997 Tom Taus
1998 Carlo Aquino
1999 Lester Llansang
2000 Ervin Mateo
2001 Jiro Manio

Jiro Manio
2002 Bryan Homecillo
2003 Jiro Manio
Jiro Manio

2004 John Vladimir Manalo
2005 BJ "Tolits" Forbes [55th Maria Clara Awards] [as Child Performer]
BJ "Tolits" Forbes [54th FAMAS Awards]
2006 Christian Luis Singson
2007 Kier Segundo

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Famas Best Theme Song 1963- 2006

Famas Best Theme Song 1963- 2006

* 1963 "Sapagkat Kami'y Tao Lamang" from Sapagkat Kami'y Tao Lamang (Tony Maiquez)
* 1971 "Kapantay ay Langit" from Kapantay ay Langit (George Canseco)
* 1974 "Awit ni Kuala" from Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang (Emmanuel Lacaba)
* 1975 "Araw-Araw, Gabi-Gabi" from Araw-Araw, Gabi-Gabi (Willy Cruz)
* 1976 "Bato sa Buhangin" from Bato sa Buhangin (Ernani Cuenco)
* 1977 "Masikip, Maluwag - Paraisong Parisukat" from Masikip, Maluwag - Paraisong Parisukat (Ryan Cayabyab)
* 1979 "Huwag, Bayaw" from Huwag, Bayaw (George Canseco)
* 1980 "Langis at Tubig" from Langis at Tubig (George Canseco)
* 1982 "Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan" from Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan (George Canseco)
* 1983 "Paano Ba Ang Mangarap" from Paano Ba Ang Mangarap (George Canseco)
* 1984 "Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin" from Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin (George Canseco)
* 1987 "Pinulot ka lang sa lupa" From Pinulot ka lang sa lupa (George Canseco)
* 1988 "Nagbabagang luha" From Nagbabagang Luha )George Canseco)
* 1989 "Pahiram ng Isang Umaga"from Pahiram ng Isang Umaga (Willy Cruz)
* 1991 "Hihintayin Kita sa Langit" from Hihintayin Kita sa Langit (George Canseco)
* 1992 "Iisa Pa Lamang" from Iisa Pa Lamang (Joey Albert)
* 1995 "Sana Maulit Muli" from Sana Maulit Muli (Gary Valenciano)
* 1996 "You Are My Song " from Wanted: Perfect Mother (Martin Nievera)
* 1997 "Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin" from Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin (Willy Cruz)
* 1998 "Ang Awit ni Maria Clara" from Jose Rizal (Nonong Buencamino)
* 1999 "Di Ko Kaya" from Soltera (Jade Nicdao)
* 2000 "Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw" from Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw (Ogie Alcasid)
* 2001 "Pagdating ng Panahon" from Pagdating ng Panahon (Aiza Seguerra)
* 2002 "Kailangan Kita" from Kailangan Kita (Ogie Alcasid)
* 2003 "Kung Ako Na Lang Sana" from Kung Ako Na Lang Sana (Soc Villanueva)
* 2004 "Sa Gitna ng Buhay" from Naglalayag (Bituin Escalante)
* 2005 "Nasaan Ka Man" from Nasaan Ka Man (Louie Ocampo)

Famas Awards (Other Categories 1952- 2006

Pinakamahusay na Disenyo sa Paglalantad (Best Design)

* 1976 Mel Chionglo
* 1978 Peter Perlas [for Art Direction]
* 1981 Rolando Sacrista [for Art Direction]
* 1995 Joey Luna
* 1997 Judy Lou de Pio; Presley Ruiz
* 1998 Leo Abaya
* 1999 Tatus Aldana
* 2001 Max Paglinawan; Fernan Santiago
* 2002 Nuel Naval
* 2003 Tatus Aldana
* 2004 Joey Luna
* 2005 Mitoy Sta. Ana [for Art Direction]

Pinakamahusay na Sinematograpiya (Best Cinematograhy)
* 1954 Felipe Sacdalan
* 1956 Remigio Young
* 1957 Mike Accion
* 1961 Felipe Sacdalan
* 1964 Arsenio Dona
* 1966 Felipe Sacdalan
* 1968 Loreto Isleta
* 1970 Loreto Isleta [Black-and-White]
* 1973 Felipe Sacdalan
* 1974 Higino Fallorina; Felipe Sacdalan
* 1975 Mike de Leon
* 1976 Ely Cruz; Rody Lacap
* 1978 Romeo Vitug
* 1981 Ver Reyes
* 1984 Romeo Vitug
* 1993 Johnny Araojo
* 1995 Eduardo Jacinto
* 1997 Ricardo Remias
* 1998 Rody Lacap
* 1999 Manolo Abaya; Marissa Floreindo; Rody Lacap
* 2000 Videlle Meily
* 2001 Eduardo Jacinto
* 2002 Ver Taus
* 2003 Isagani Sioson
* 2004 Odyssey Flores
* 2005 Charlie Peralta

Pinakamahusay na Pagbabago (Best Editor)

* 1955 Ike Jarlego, Sr.
* 1958 Fely Crisostomo
* 1968 Elsa Abutal
* 1976 Edgardo Vinarao
* 1977 Edgardo Vinarao
* 1981 Edgardo Vinarao
* 1990 Edgardo Vinarao
* 1994 Efren Jarlego
* 1995 Augusto Salvador
* 1996 Manet Dayrit
* 1998 Manet Dayrit; Jess Navarro
* 1999 Jess Navarro
* 2000 George Jarlego
* 2001 Jess Navarro
* 2002 George Jarlego
* 2003 Marya Ignacio
* 2004 Jess Navarro
* 2005 Nonoy Dadivas at Pipoy Dineros

Pinakamahusay na Tunog (Best Sound)

* 1955 Julio P. Hidalgo
* 1964 Juanito Clemente
* 1976 Luis Reyes; Ramon Reyes; Sebastian Sayson
* 1981 Cesar Lucas
* 1994 Ramon Reyes
* 1996 Albert Michael Idioma
* 1997 Joe Climaco
* 1999 Albert Michael Idioma
* 2000 Albert Michael Idioma
* 2001 Albert Michael Idioma; Rudy Gonzales
* 2002 Audio Media
* 2003 Ramon Reyes
* 2004 Ramon Reyes
* 2005 Arnold Reodica
Pinakamahusay na Musika (best Music)

* 1953 Ariston Avelino
* 1959 Constancio de Guzman
* 1960 Tito Arevalo
* 1961 Tito Arevalo
* 1962 Tito Arevalo
* 1971 Tito Arevalo
* 1974 Lutgardo Labad
* 1975 Ernani Cuenco
* 1976 Lutgardo Labad
* 1977 Ernani Cuenco
* 1978 George Canseco
* 1981 Lutgardo Labad
* 1983 Ryan Cayabyab
* 1989 Willy Cruz
* 1991 Ryan Cayabyab
* 1995 Vehnee Saturno
* 1996 Jaime Fabregas
* 1998 Nonong Buencamino
* 1999 Nonong Buencamino
* 2000 Nonong Buencamino
* 2001 Nonong Buencamino
* 2002 Jesse Lucas
* 2003 Jesse Lucas
* 2004 Jesse Lucas
* 2005 Jessie Lasaten

Pinakamahusay na Espesyal na Epekto (Special Effects)

* 1997 Roadrunner Network
* 1998 Rolando Santo Domingo
* 1999 Eric Torrente
* 2001 Roadrunner Network
* 2002 Peping Carmona
* 2003 Rene Abadeza
* 2004 Fel Rodolfo, Jr.

Pinakamahusay na Biswal na Epekto (Visual Effects)

* 1984 Ramje
* 1997 Roadrunner Network
* 1998 Roadrunner Network
* 1999 Raul Bulaong; Roadrunner Network
* 2001 Roadrunner Network
* 2002 Marc Ambat
* 2003 Optima Digital
* 2004 Rolando Santo Domingo
* 2005 Ignite Mediaamas

Famas Best Screenplay 1952-2005

Famas Best Screenplay 1952-2005

* 1952 Cesar Amigo; Eddie Romero
* 1955 Susana de Guzman
* 1959 Celso Al. Carunungan
* 1964 Augusto Buenaventura
* 1966 Eddie Romero
* 1971 Ishmael Bernal
* 1975 Clodualdo del Mundo, Jr.
* 1976 Marina Feleo - Gonzales
* 1977 Joe Buhain
* 1978 Oscar Miranda
* 1979 Eddie Romero
* 1980 Eddie Romero
* 1981 Heidi Castillo
* 1984 Eddie Romero
* 1985 Oscar Miranda
* 1990 Ricardo Lee
* 1992 Raquel Villavicencio
* 1993 Lualhati Bautista
* 1994 Jose Javier Reyes
* 1996 Amado Lacuesta
* 1997 Jose F. Lacaba
* 1998 Jun Lana; Ricardo Lee; Peter Ong Lim
* 1999 Jun Lana; Jerry Lopez Sineneng
* 2001 Jun Lana; Ricardo Lee
* 2002 Raymond Lee; Shaira Mella Salvador
* 2003 Roy Iglesias
* 2004 Cris Vertido
* 2005 Ricardo Lee and Rafael Hidalgo

Famas Best Story 1955 -2005

Famas Best Story 1955 -2005

* 1955 Mario Mijares Lopez [para sa Orihinal na Gawa]
* 1956 Mike Velarde
* 1959 Celso Al. Carunugan [para sa Orihinal na Gawa]
* 1961 Jose Rizal
* 1962 Jose Rizal
* 1964 Augusto Buenaventura
* 1976 Marina Feleo - Gonzales
* 1978 Celso Ad. Castillo; Lando Jacob; Ishko Lopez; Ruben Arthur Nicdao
* 1981 Baby Nebrida
* 1983 Nerissa Cabral
* 1987 Gilda Olvidado
* 1990 Ricardo Lee
* 1992 Jose Javier Reyes
* 1993 Jose Javier Reyes
* 1995 Oscar Miranda; Bibeth Orteza
* 1997 Amable Aguiluz
* 1998 Lualhati Bautista
* 1999 Rolando Tinio
* 2000 Laurice Guillen
* 2001 Ramon Bayron; Shaira Mella Salvador
* 2002 Raymond Lee; Shaira Mella Salvador
* 2003 Michiko Yamamoto
* 2004 Irma Dimaranan
* 2005 Ricardo Lee at Rafael Hidalgo - para sa pelikulang Nasaan Ka Man

Famas Best Director 1952-2007

Famas Best Director 1952-2007

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* 1952 Gerardo de Leon

* 1953 Lamberto V. Avellana
lamberto avellana

* 1954 Cesar Gallardo
* 1955 Gregorio Fernandez
* 1956 Ramon Estela
* 1957 Cesar Gallardo
* 1958 Gerardo de Leon

* 1959 Jose de Villa

* 1960 Gerardo de Leon

* 1961 Gerardo de Leon

* 1962 Gerardo de Leon

* 1963 Armando de Guzman
* 1964 Lamberto V. Avellana

* 1965 Gerardo de Leon

* 1966 Eddie Romero

* 1967 Fely Crisostomo
* 1968 Cirio H. Santiago
* 1969 Eddie Garcia
eddie garcia
* 1970 Lino Brocka
Lino Brocka
* 1971 Gerardo de Leon
* 1972 Augusto Buenaventura
* 1973 Jun Raquiza

* 1974 Lino Brocka
Lino Brocka
* 1975 Lino Brocka
Lino Brocka
* 1976 Lupita Kasiwahara
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* 1977 Augusto Buenaventura
* 1978 Celso Ad. Castillo

* 1979 Lino Brocka
Lino Brocka
* 1980 Eddie Romero

* 1981 Augusto Buenaventura
* 1982 Eddie Garcia
eddie garcia
* 1983 Marilou Diaz - Abaya
marilou diaz abaya

* 1984 Fernando Poe, Jr. [as Ronwaldo Reyes]

* 1985 Celso Ad. Castillo

* 1986 Eddie Garcia
eddie garcia
* 1987 Eddie Garcia
eddie garcia
* 1988 Elwood Perez
* 1989 Eddie Garcia and Elwood Perez
eddie garcia
* 1990 Lino Brocka
Lino Brocka
* 1991 Elwood Perez
* 1992 Carlos Siguion - Reyna
* 1993 Augusto Salvador
* 1994 Carlo J. Caparas

* 1995 Fernando Poe, Jr. [as Ronwaldo Reyes]; Willie Milan
* 1996 Antonio Jose Perez
* 1997 Amable Aguiluz
* 1998 Marilou Diaz - Abaya

* 1999 Marilou Diaz - Abaya

* 2000 Laurice Guillen

* 2001 Marilou Diaz - Abaya

* 2002 Gil Portes

* 2003 Maryo J. de los Reyes
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* 2004 Maryo J. de los Reyes
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* 2005 Cholo Laurel - para sa pelikulang Nasaan Ka Man

*2006 Jose Javier Reyes

* Maryo de los Reyes

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