Wednesday, February 7, 2018


Top Sexiest Pinay Celebrities in the Philippines.

Jasmine Curtis

Jasmine Curtis (born 6 April 1994) is a Filipino Australian actress, dancer, endorser, writer, and TV host best known internationally for her critically acclaimed performance in Hannah Espia's 2013 film Transit, and in the Philippines as the younger sister of fellow actress and ABS-CBN contract artist

Curtis first came into notice during her vacations in the Philippines visiting her sister Anne, and it was not until mid-2010, when she appeared in ABS-CBN's noontime variety show Showtime, that networks began pushing to sign her. On 20 December 2010, Curtis signed an exclusive three-year contract with TV5 and is being groomed by the network to be one of its Primetime Princesses. In an interview after the contract signing, she mentioned that she felt really happy to have finally settled in TV5 and appreciated the network's decision to allow her to balance her studies and her showbiz career. In 2013, she signed another 3-year contract with TV5.

Curtis's first miniseries for TV5 was a television remake with JC de Vera of the 1991 Philippine action-romance film Ang Utol Kong Hoodlum, which was top billed by Robin Padilla and Vina Morales. Some of the scenes in the series were shot in Curtis's native Australia. In 2012, she played the role of Epifania "Anya" Dionisio in Nandito Ako, where she co-starred with Eula Caballero as Holly Posadas and American Idol season 7 runner-up David Archuleta as Josh Bradley.

Anne Curtis

Anne Curtis (born 17 February 1985), more popularly known by her stage name simply as Anne Curtis, is a Filipino-Australian actress, model, television host, VJ, recording and concert artist in the Philippines. She is dubbed as the "Country's Sweetheart" , "Fashion Icon of the 21st Century" and ''The Ultimate IT Girl''.

Curtis starred in several television series, which include Hiram (2004–2005), Kampanerang Kuba (2005), Maging Sino Ka Man (2006–2007) Dyosa (2008), The Wedding (2009), Green Rose (2011), and Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw (2013), and has hosted the noontime show It's Showtime (2009-2017). In 2014, she portrays the iconic Komiks character Dyesebel in Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel.

She also starred in several films like No Other Woman (2011), which grossed Php 278 million at the box office and her role in the film earned her a FAMAS Award for Best Actress. Her other box-office hit films include Babe, I Love You (2010) and A Secret Affair (2012). Her other critically lauded roles were in the films Baler (2008) and In Your Eyes (2010).

Maxine Magalona

Maxine Magalona (born 23 November 1986) is a Filipino actress who is currently under ABS-CBN. Being a former GMA 7 talent under GMA Artist Center, she is known for her portrayal as Vivian Salvador in the My Lover, My Wife and Donna Vallejo on Daddy Di Do Du. Now being a talent star of ABS-CBN, she is best known for her current portrayal as Alex Acosta, the main antagonist on Doble Kara. Her first show as a child was the ABS-CBN kiddie show "Ang TV" followed by 5 and Up.

Then in 2001, she transferred to GMA Network. she made her appearance in Daddy Di Do Du in which she worked with Vic Sotto. In 2004, the role of Alwina in Mulawin was originally given to her, but she had to turn down the offer as she was about to start college at the time. It was later given to Angel Locsin. To date, her biggest break on television is when she was chosen to be one of Richard Gutierrez's leading ladies in major lead role Kamandag this is marks first primetime drama series in GMA. After Kamandag, Maxene played Jessa, originally played by Sharon Cuneta, in Sine Novela: Una Kang Naging Akin opposite Wendell Ramos and Angelika dela Cruz.

In 2009, Magalona joined the cast of SRO Cinemaserye: Ganti, opposite Marvin Agustin and Geoff Eigenmann.[4] Maxene also starred on Sine Novela: Kung Aagawin Mo Man Ang Lahat Sa Akin with JC Tiuseco, Glaiza de Castro and Patrick Garcia. In June 2010, she joined with the cast of Sine Novela: Trudis Liit, with her co-stars Pauline Luna, Mike Tan, Gina Alajar, & new kapuso child actress Jillian Ward. Then on February 2011, she starred on GMA 7 afternoon drama show, "My Lover, My Wife" opposite Luis Alandy and Kapuso Actress Nadine Samonte.

In 2013, Magalona joined the GMA's afternoon drama series Mga Basang Sisiw playing Vicky Sta. Maria, the main antagonist role & villain of the series, with the lead stars Renz Valerio, Bianca Umali, Miko Zarsadias

Jessy Mendiola

Jessy Mendiola (born Jessica Mendiola Tawile; December 3, 1992) is a Filipino actress. She played the titular character in the 2013 remake of the 1992 Mexican telenovela Maria Mercedes. Jessy was one of the 18 new talents launched by ABS-CBN under Star Magic Batch 15.She, along with Megan Young, Alfonso Martinez, Carlo Guevarra and her Star Magic batchmates, joined the cast of Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur Luv, when it was revamped to Abt Ur Luv Ur Lyf 2 in 2007. She also had a minor role in Sineserye Presents: Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos? In 2008, she was cast as Chappy Girl in the TV series Volta, which was adapted from the Star Cinema film of the same name. In 2010, she had a guest appearance in George and Cecil, playing the love interest of Dino Imperial's Jun. Mendiola revealed that she was pulled out of Habang May Buhay and was cast as Christina in the TV series Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo instead.

Mendiola was supposed to appear in Habang May Buhay and was featured in the 2008 trailer of the show which was originally titled as Humingi Ako Sa Langit. The TV series, which was supposed to air in 2008, was cancelled, reshot and recast. Due to good feedback, her one-week guest appearance in Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo was extended. She was later cast in Your Song Presents: Gimik 2010, playing the role of the reformed rebel teenager Jessy. Mendiola was supposed to appear in Kokey @ Ako, opposite Enrique Gil, but their characters were written off in favor of Melai Cantiveros and Jason Francisco. She eventually returned as a recurring character in the last few episodes of Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo. She portrayed lead roles in Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Marriage Contract" and in Wansapanataym: "Kakambal Ko'y Manika". Her first biggest break was playing the title role in the afternoon TV show, Sabel. In 2011, when Sabel ended, Mendiola joined ASAP Rocks. She along with Empress Schuck, Enchong Dee and Sam Concepcion are referred to as ASAP's 'Dance Quad'.Earlier, she portrayed Isabel Valderama in Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla Presents: Bianong Bulag.

In April, she became a guest judge for Showtime and appeared as Risa in the Maalaala Mo Kaya episode, "Medalyon". She also played the role of Jackie Marasigan in the primetime TV show, Budoy, opposite Gerald Anderson and Enrique Gil. In 2012, she starred in the film The Reunion, with Enchong Dee, Enrique Gil and Xian Lim. She also starred in the afternoon TV show Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Paraiso, with Matteo Guidicelli, Matt Evans and Jewel Mische. In 2013, Mendiola played the titular role in the Philippine remake of Maria Mercedes. In October, she flew to Korea for a ceremonial appointment by Korean Tourism Organization as the Honorary Ambassador for Korean Tourism. In 2015, Mendiola played another lead role in the comedy drama Must Date the Playboy, alongside Kim Chiu, Xian Lim and Matt Evans. and in the romantic family drama You're My Home, alongside Dawn Zulueta, Richard Gomez and JC de Vera. In 2016, Mendiola was recognized as the No. 1 Sexiest Woman in the Philippines by the men's magazine FHM Philippines. She landed fourth place in the same list of sexiest women in the Philippines a year after.

Erich Gonzales

Erich Gonzales (born September 20, 1990), professionally known as Erich Gonzales, is a Filipina actress. She is a contract artist of ABS-CBN's Star Magic. She started her showbiz career at the age of 14, as a contestant of the reality talent search Star Circle Quest. She came to prominence in her lead role Katorse

Her career began when she won as Grand Questor in the second season of the reality talent search Star Circle Quest in 2005, and later becoming a part of ABS-CBN's home-based training and management program, Star Magic after her win. Erich became a familiar face as she appeared in numerous shows and dramas as a supporting actress, such as Dorina in the hit phenomenon TV series Mga Anghel Na Walang Langit. She also starred in the teen-oriented show Abt Ur Luv as Waling-Waling and as Ella in the drama series Pieta. She then showed her versatility in acting when she played Camille in the drama series Sana Maulit Muli opposite to Gerald Anderson with Kim Chiu as the supporting cast and antagonist later in the end became kind throughout every episode.

Erich got her biggest break in 2009 when she played the protagonist, a teenage mother in the TV adaptation of the 1980 film Katorse, alongside Enchong Dee, Ejay Falcon, and Xian Lim. The series became a top rater and was critically acclaimed catapulting Erich to stardom, earning her the title Breakthrough Star of 2009 by an entertainment news show, The Buzz. In the same year, she made her film debut in her first digital movie (Indie film) Paano Ko Sasabihin? with her perennial partner, Enchong Dee. The film became an official entry to the 2009 Cinema One Originals Film Festival and was a recipient of several awards in the festival.

Janine Guttierez

Janine Guttierez (born 2 October 1989, Quezon City) is a Filipina actress, television host and commercial model. A graduate of the Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in European Studies, she is currently a contract artist of GMA Network and is known for her role in Sherlock Jr. as Irene Manansala.

The eldest of four siblings, Gutierrez comes from a family of actors. Her parents are Ramon Christopher Gutierrez and Lotlot de Leon. Her paternal grandparents are Pilita Corrales and Eddie Gutierrez. Actors Christopher de Leon and Nora Aunor are her maternal grandparents. She attended St Paul's College, Pasig, an all girls' school.

Maja Salvador

Maja Salvador(born October 5, 1988) is a Filipina singer, actress, dancer, model, and producer, She is known as the best actress in this generation. She is currently under the management of ABS-CBN's Star Magic and is regarded as the "Dance Princess". In 2011, Salvador co-produced and portrayed the title role in the film Thelma, which earned her the Gawad Urian Award and the Film Academy of the Philippines Award for Best Actress. In 2017, She is currently known for her role as Lily Cruz / Ivy Aguas in the hit TV series Wildflower.

Maja was discovered in The Buzz, featuring her with the hope of meeting her father. Salvador started her career in show business lightly. She played a minor role in It Might Be You (2003–2004), a series starring John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo. For the series Salvador garnered her first nomination for Best New Female TV Personality. After It Might Be You, Salvador then started appearing in ASAP (2003–present). She then started pairing up with other teen actors such as Rayver Cruz, John Wayne Sace, and Hero Angeles for the now defunct teenage television series Nginiig (2004–2006). Salvador, along with Cruz, Sace and Angeles, were all hosts of the series.

She then reunited with co-stars Rayver Cruz and John Wayne Sace for another teen-oriented television series. Salvador became part of the cast of Spirits (2004–2005), portraying the role of Gabby, an overachiever kid whose sunny ways ensures she is liked by everyone she meets. Salvador starred in several episodes of Maalaala Mo Kaya, a drama anthology series, and gained a nomination for Best Single Performance by an Actress for an episode entitled Regalo (2006). In 2006, Salvador made her film debut in the horror themed movie Sukob. She was nominated and won several awards for the movie, including Best Supporting Actress award. The film is considered one of the most scariest horror Filipino films made of all times. It topbilled actress Kris Aquino and Claudine Barretto.

Ellen Adarna

(born April 2, 1988) is a Filipino actress. The only daughter of a Filipina-Chinese mother and Spanish father. Ellen is the eldest child. Her family owns various hotels, resorts, condominiums and Queensland, a chain of motels in Cebu, Manila and Davao. They also own a Temple in honor of her late grandmother. She is a model who started as an internet celebrity. She is under contract with ABS-CBN's Star Magic since 2013. A Gravure model, Adarna has appeared in various magazine covers in the Philippines, such as Candy, FHM, Esquire, UNO, Preview, Speed and Women's Health.

Adarna made her debut appearance in the film industry when she became part of the cast of the gag-comedy sketch TV series Bubble Gang in 2010. She was a series regular on the series until 2013. The series was well received from the public and garnered several awards, including Best Gag Television series.[3] Meanwhile, in the film industry, she made her first appearance by starring in Si Agimat at si Eteng Kabisote (2010), playing only a minor role. Her career then went into expansion after she became part of the cast of Captain Barbell (2011) opposite Richard Gutierrez and Jillian Ward.[4] Shortly after Captain Barbell, Adarna became part of Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Doubles Showdown (2011). She starred as herself and one of the Castaways of the series. She also made a cameo in the teen-oriented comedy drama film, Tween Academy: Class of 2012 (2011). The film was produced by GMA Films, and Adarna starred alongside Barbie Forteza, Bea Binene, Jake Vargas, Joshua Dionisio, Kristofer Martin, Joyce Ching, Louise delos Reyes, Alden Richards, Derrick Monasterio, Lexi Fernandez, and Yassi Pressman.

She soon became part of the fantasy television series Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis (2012), reuniting with her Tween Academy: Class of 2012 co-stars Derrick Monasterio and Lexi Fernandez. Adarna once again played a minor role in the film Boy Pick-Up: The Movie (2012), as one of the Bombshells. After Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis, she then became a part of the prime time epic drama television series Indio (2013), playing a supporting character named Dalikmata, a woman who can tell the past, present or future.[ After portraying several supporting and minor roles in movies, Adarna then played the title role of a film entitled Ang Tag-araw ni Twinkle, and played the role of Twinkle. She then played a supporting role in the horror-themed movie Basement (2014), a film starring Betong Sumaya.

Coleen Garcia

Coleen Garcia (born September 24, 1992) is a Filipino commercial model and actress. From 2012 to 2016 she was a host on the variety show It's Showtime, having since left the programme to focus on her acting career. She since starred in the 2016 film Love Me Tomorrow.

Garcia started as a commercial model as early as age 2, when she and her mom appeared in a commercial for Johnson & Johnson. At nine years old, she was an image model for Just G, the teens line for Gingersnaps. As she entered her teen years, she starred in a commercial endorsement alongside John Lloyd Cruz for Skin White, Lewis & Pearl Cologne alongside Enrique Gil as "Angel" and as "Matina" for Nestea alongside Neil Coleta.

Garcia has been under contract with ABS-CBN's Star Magic group of talents since 2011.[2] She first appeared in Maalaala Mo Kaya episode School I.D., and was cast alongside ex-Lewis & Pearl partner Enrique Gil and ex-PBB Teen housemates James Reid, Devon Seron, Fretzie Bercede and Yen Santos in a teen-oriented show Good Vibes. She also made appearance in other ABS-CBN shows and teleseryes such as My Binondo Girl, Wansapanataym, Oka Tokat, Little Champ, among others. In 2012, Garcia became a co-host for the noontime variety show It's Showtime. In January 2016, she announced that she had departed It's Showtime to prioritize her acting career.[3] She starred in the afternoon primetime teleserye PasiĆ³n de Amor. After Pasion de Amor, she is set to star a pre-afternoon drama series together with Gerald Anderson, Kim Chiu and her Pasion de Amor co-cast, Jake Cuenca.

Rhian Ramos

Rhian Ramos (born October 3, 1990), is a Filipino actress, commercial model and singer. She is known for roles on many GMA series like Captain Barbell, Lupin, Sine Novela: My Only Love, Lalola, Zorro, Stairway to Heavan, Indio, Genesis, My Destiny, The Rich Man's Daughter. Sinungaling Mong Puso, Saving Sally, My Love from the Star.

Ramos first starred in the television series Captain Barbell and in Stairway to Heaven. She then started working in commercials including an appearance in a McDonald's McJelly Duo advert. She was cast as the female lead of the telefantasya Captain Barbell, in 2006, and in Lupin the following year. She has played the lead role in My Only Love.

In 2007, Ramos had her film debut in The Promise in which she won her first Golden Screen Award for Breakthrough Performance by an Actress. She also starred in the horror film Ouija. In 2008, Ramos was chosen to host Pinoy Idol Extra, the daily update edition of Pinoy Idol. Ramos also starred in two Philippine dramas, Codename: Asero, and in LaLola, a remake of the 2007 Argentine television comedy telenovela of the same name.[2] By the end of the year, Ramos finished two feature films, My Monster Mom and I.T.A.L.Y.. LaLola ended in February 2009. She starred in the suspense-thriller film Sundo that came out the following month. In 2009, she starred in two Philippine dramas: Zorro, and Stairway to Heaven.

Megan Young

Megan Young (born February 27, 1990) is a Filipino-American actress, model, TV Host and beauty queen. She won the Miss World Philippines title and was later crowned as Miss World 2013 in Bali, Indonesia. The American-born Filipino is the first representative of the Philippines to win the title of Miss World. Young started as a contestant of the reality television show StarStruck and later became a member of ABS-CBN's Star Magic but she returned as a contract artist under GMA Network.

Young's first showbiz break was through the second season of the talent reality search, StarStruck, wherein she placed in the top six. Her first acting job in GMA was in Love to Love Presents: Love Ko Urok wherein she played the role of Meg. She then played the role of Anna in Asian Treasures and the role of a fairy in Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang. After more than two years with GMA Artist Center, she moved to ABS-CBN following her sister, Lauren Young. She is the first StarStruck alumna to transfer to GMA's rival station, ABS-CBN.

Young first appeared in ABS-CBN in the youth oriented show "Star Magic Presents" Astigs and Abt Ur Luv. She also played the role of Shane in Kokey, opposite Zanjoe Marudo. She became well known when she appeared as one of the celebrity housemates in Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition 2, dubbed as "The Princess of Charm".[12] After PBB, she portrayed the villain Marcela in ABS-CBN's remake of I Love Betty La Fea opposite John Lloyd Cruz. In 2009, she was one of four personalities introduced as video jockeys for the relaunching of Channel [V] Philippines.[13] Young also became an occasional host in several shows in Studio 23. In 2012, Young had her big break as a lead actress in Hiyas, reuniting with Zanjoe Marudo as her love interest. In 2013, she appeared in TV5's dramas Never Say Goodbye and Misibis Bay.

Nadine Lustre

Nadine Lustre (born October 31, 1993) is a Filipino actress and singer. She rose to fame for her lead role in Diary ng Panget and as Georgina Evangelista in the television remake of the Bagets film series. Lustre was a member and vocalist of the all-female group Pop Girls. In 2015, Lustre starred in the television series On the Wings of Love and in the same year, she also starred in Till I Met You. She is currently a host on the noontime show It's Showtime.

Lustre, at the age of 9, started as a TV host in RPN's (then a government-sequestered network, now privatized by the late Antonio Cabangon Chua as CNN Philippines) children oriented show entitled Storyland. She was also featured a child host to Disney Channel Asia. After signing with Viva Entertainment, she became one of the members of the cast in TV5's youth-oriented program Bagets and appeared in several GMA Network shows, including performances in SOP Rules. Lustre also appeared in the film Petrang Kabayo with Vice Ganda and starred in P. S. I Love You,drama series in TV5.

Lustre was one of the original members of girl group, Pop Girls which was launched by Viva Entertainment in 2009. Also in the group with Lustre are twins Lailah and Mariam Bustria, Rose Ginkel, and Shy Carlos. Lustre was the only pure pinay in Pop Girls' original group. She eventually left the group to start a solo music career.

Angel Locsin

Angel Locsin is a Filipina television and film actress, commercial model, film producer and fashion designer. She came to prominence for her television roles as Alwina in the 2004 fantasy-themed television series Mulawin and as the superheroine Darna in the TV adaptation of the Mars Ravelo comics. Locsin was a contract artist of GMA Network up to early 2007 until she transferred to its rival network, ABS-CBN.[1] She then starred as Lyka in the television series Lobo, which earned her an International Emmy Award nomination for best performance. She later on starred in blockbuster films In The Name Of Love and One More Try for which she garnered critical acclaim for both performances. The two films earned Locsin the Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year and the Box-Office Entertainment Award for Film Actress of the Year, winning both awards two consecutive years. In 2013, she won the FAMAS Award and the Film Academy of the Philippines Award for best actress for her performance in One More Try.

In August 2004, Locsin starred in the fantasy-themed TV series Mulawin, alongside Richard Gutierrez, wherein she portrayed, "Alwina", one of the two main protagonists.[1] The show was a huge success and received high ratings until its finale on March 2005. Following the success of Mulawin, Locsin was cast in the title role as Darna in the 2005 fantasy-themed TV series of the same name. The show was also highly regarded by the public, gaining immensely high ratings and surpassing the records set by her previous TV show. Darna's pilot week average is 50.08% and its highest rating was 52.1% while the lowest was 33.3%.

Locsin starred in another fantasy-themed TV series, Majika, together with Dennis Trillo, which was aired from March to September 2006. She played the role of Sabina, a seemingly ordinary girl who lived in the world of mortals but is unknowingly the one destined to become the most powerful female magician. Afterwards, she was cast in Asian Treasures, opposite Robin Padilla. It was the first Philippine TV series that was shot in multiple countries such as Mongolia, Thailand and China. The show was aired from January to June 2007. Both shows were also well received.

Pia Wurtzbach

Pia Wurtzbach (born 24 September 1989), formerly known in the Philippine entertainment and modeling industry as Pia Romero, is a Filipino beauty pageant titleholder, model and actress who was crowned Miss Universe 2015 on 20 December 2015 after becoming Miss Universe Philippines 2015 at the Binibining Pilipinas 2015 pageant on 15 March 2015. She is a UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador for Asia & the Pacific since 2016. Wurtzbach is the third Filipina to win the title of Miss Universe, following Gloria Diaz who won in 1969 and Margarita Moran who won in 1973.

Wurtzbach was born in Stuttgart, Germany to a German father and Filipino mother. Her middle name "Alonzo" is her mother's maiden name, as per the naming practice in the Philippines and based upon Spanish naming customs. The family would settle, however, in Iligan in the Philippines and would later move to Cagayan de Oro in the country's Northern Mindanao region where she attended kindergarten at Kong Hua School and primary school at Corpus Christi.

Her parents separated when she was 9 years old and she became the family's main breadwinner by doing modeling and acting. After being raised in the Philippines, she spent several years in England.She finished her secondary education at ABS-CBN Distance Learning Center in Quezon City, Metro Manila and studied culinary arts at the Center for Asian Culinary Studies in San Juan, Metro Manila. Wurtzbach speaks fluent Cebuano, English and Filipino. She also speaks basic German, which she described as "enough to get myself a bratwurst".

Jennylyn Mercado

Jennylyn Mercado (born May 15, 1987) is a Filipino actress, singer, and songwriter. She was the winner of the first season of the reality talent competition StarStruck. Mercado garnered acclaim at a young age for her acting performances on television and film. She is known for starring in multiple box office successes, namely English Only, Please (2014), The Prenup (2015), Walang Forever (2015), and Just the 3 of Us (2016). She has released three albums from GMA Records and Viva Records which have several popular singles such as "Sa Aking Panaginip", "Moments Of Love" collaboration with Janno Gibbs, "Maybe This Time" and "Kahit Sandali". In 2017, she is set to topbill the Philippine remake of My Love from the Star. Mercado's success in Philippine show business made her one of the top actresses in the country and established her status as the "Ultimate Star".

Mercado started as a recording artist with Alpha Records in 1999 through the recommendation of her voice coach, Susanna Pichay. She was in Nonoy Tan's singing group, G4. Unfortunately the group never released an album because two of the four members dropped out. However, the group was able to record two songs. After G4, Mercado went into commercial modeling and landed a stint with Bambini cologne and a Pond's television advertisement. She was also part of the Elite Circle of 10 Modeling Search where she competed with StarStruck co-finalist, Dion Ignacio.

In 2002, Mercado's debut appearance was in ABS-CBN's TV series Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay topbilled by Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz where she played a very minor role.

Marian Rivera

Marian Rivera Gracia-Dantes (born Marian Gracia y Rivera; 12 August 1984 in Madrid, Spain), known professionally as Marian Rivera, is a Spanish Filipino commercial model and actress, best known for her roles in MariMar, Dyesebel, Amaya, and Temptation of Wife. As a recording artist, Rivera has released two studio albums: the Marian Rivera Dance Hits and Retro Crazy. She starred in such films as My Bestfriend's Girlfriend, You to Me Are Everything, and Panday 2. She was included in 2011's Top 20 Endorsers. She was hailed as FHM Magazine's Sexiest Woman in 2008, 2013, and 2014, setting the record of three cumulative victories through voting online and SMS.

Marian Rivera was born in Madrid, Spain to Francisco Javier Gracia Alonso, a Spaniard, and Amalia Rivera, a Filipina from Cavite. Her parents got married and eventually got divorced when she was three years old, after which her mother brought her to the Philippines where she grew up. However, her mother had to leave to continue her work commitment abroad and Rivera was sent to her maternal grandmother, Francisca Rivera, in Bacoor, Cavite.

Rivera pursued her elementary and high school education at Saint Francis of Assisi College System, and spent her college education finishing Bachelor of Arts in psychology at De La Salle University DasmariƱas. After graduating, she worked for National Institute of Mental Health in Mandaluyong City where she gave out medicine, examinations and evaluation to patients, among others.

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