Judy Ann Santos

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Judy Ann Santos.

Judy Anne Lumagui Santos (11 de mayo de 1978, Manila) más conocida como Judy Ann Santos y apodada como la de Filipinas de la Pareja Superstar. Es una galardonada y multi-nominada actriz de cine y televisión , artista, y productora de cine filipina.

Santos es una de las nietas de la difunta empresaria, Victoria Dayrit-Santos, de Pampanga y de Tatang y Miguel Santos, ahora que tiene 88 años, un titular de la extinta Supermercado de Victoria y del Edificio Victoria situado en la Ciudad de Caloocan ahora en su 38 años de aniversario. Ella tiene un hermano mayor, el actor Jeffrey Santos, y una hermana mayor llamada Jackie. Su madre sin ayuda planteadas por trabajar como cuidadora en Toronto, Canadá. Ella tiene medios hermanos con su padre, que se residen en California, EE.UU.

Filmografía[editar]

1988 a 1995[editar]

Año Título Personaje Productor Director Notas
1988 Silang Mga Sisiw Sa Lansangan Crisanta First lead film of Santos as a child actress; part of the ensemble of child actresses was Sunshine Dizon
Sa Akin Pa Rin Ang Bukas Regal Films Artemio Marquez
The Lost Command First FAMAS nomination in the Child Actress category
Nasaan Ka Inay? Regal Films Artemio Marquez
Sana Mahalin Mo Ako young Catherine Regal Films Artemio Marquez First film with Nora Aunor; Lotlot de Leon played the role of adult Catherine
1989 Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang Tammy Regal Films Artemio Marquez First film with Maricel Soriano, Gloria Romero and Eddie Garcia
Regal Shocker: The Movie
"Ang Aparador"
Regal Films Jose Javier Reyes
1990 Dyesebel friend of adult Dyesebel Regal Films Mel Chionglo First film with Alice Dixson and Richard Gomez
Wanted: Pamilya Banal young Lorena FPJ Productions Pablo P. Santiago First film with Fernando Poe, Jr. but they did not share screen time; Charo Santos-Concio played the role of adult Lorena
1991 Sa Puso Ko Hahalik Ang Mundo Regal Films Artemio Marquez
Impaktita young Impaktita First film with Nida Blanca; Jean Garcia played the role of adult Impaktita
1992 Manila Boy Neneng Viva Films Arturo San Agustin First film with Robin Padilla; First film with Viva Films
1993 Madonna, Ang Babaeng Ahas young Madonna Regal Films Artemio Marquez Snooky Serna played the role of adult Madonna
1994 Father en Son RVQ Productions Rodolfo V. Quizon First film with Dolphy; First film festival entry of Santos
1995 Dog Tag: Katarungan Sa Aking Kamay Claudia Augusto Salvador Billed as Judy Ann "Mara" Santos
Bawal na Gamot Part 2 Francis Posadas

1996 a 1999[editar]

Año Título Personaje Productor Director Notas
1996 Sana Naman Bless MaQ Boots Plata First lead film of Juday as a teen actress
Mara Clara: The Movie Mara Star Cinema Emil Cruz Jr./Jerry Lopez Sineneng First film with Star Cinema
Kung Alam Mo Lang Anna MaQ Boots Plata
1997 Ako Ba Ang Nasa Puso Mo? Teresa MaQ Jose Javier Reyes First film with Mark Anthony Fernández
Kulayan Natin Ang Bukas Maria Elisa (Mariles) Regal Films Boots Plata
Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan Kita? Regal Films Boots Plata
Paano Ang Puso Ko? Cecile Star Cinema Rory Quintos First film with Rico Yan
Wow Multo MaQ Tony Y. Reyes
Sanggano Angelica MegaVision Toto Natividad First film with César Montano
Babae Alex Gem/Premiere Lupita Kashiwahara Released December 25, 1997; First double-nomination (MMFF-P) in the Supporting Actress category
Nasaan Ang Puso? Ria MaQ Chito Rono Released December 25, 1997; First double-nomination (MMFF-P) in the Supporting Actress category; first FAMAS and FAP nominations in the Supporting Actress category; First Film with Christopher de Leon and Gina Pareno
1998 Babangon Ang Huling Patak Ng Dugo Isabel Rockfield Ent. Co. Jose Balagtas
Muling Ibalik Ang Tamis Ng Pag-ibig Milet Star Cinema Boots Plata Released April 29, 1998
I'm Sorry, My Love Tinay Viva Films Joyce Bernal Released August 19, 1998
Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay Anna Star Cinema Rory Quintos Released October 14, 1998; First FAMAS nomination in the Lead Actress category
Kasal-kasalan... Sakalan Milet Crown Seven Ventures/Solar Films Edgardo Vinarao Released December 25, 1998; First MMFF-P nomination in the Lead Actress category
1999 My Pledge of Love Raida Viva Films Released March 3, 1999
Gimik: The Reunion Dianne Villaruel Star Cinema Laurenti Dyogi Released April 28, 1999; Last film with Rico Yan
Isusumbong Kita Sa Tatay Ko Joey Star Cinema/FPJ Productions Boots Plata Released June 9, 1999; First Philippine-produced movie in Philippine history to have reached and exceeded the PHP 100 million mark in the box office;[1] Last film with Fernando Poe, Jr.
Dito Sa Puso Ko Ligaya Tatlonghari Viva Films Eric Quizon Released November 10, 1999; First film of Santos shot in the United States
Esperanza: The Movie Esperanza Estrera Star Cinema Jerry Lopez Sineneng First Film with Ms. Charo Santos-Concio where they shared screen time

2000 a 2002[editar]

fecha de lanzamiento Título Personaje Productor Director Notas
July 26, 2000 Pera O Bayong (cameo) Star Cinema Edgar Mortiz
August 30, 2000 Minsan Ko Lang Sasabihin Anna Liwanag Millennium Danilo P. Cabreira First film with Bong Revilla
November 15, 2000 Kahit Isang Saglit Annie Star Cinema Gilbert Perez First film of Santos with a premiere in Guam
June 20, 2001 Luv Text: Type Mo? Txt Mo Melissa Maverick Rowell Santiago 12th Film with Wowie de Guzman; Last film with Nida Blanca
July 18, 2001 Mahal Kita, Kahit Sino Ka Pa Karen MMG Jose Balagtas
August 29, 2001 Bakit 'Di Totohanin Kate/Katong Star Cinema Boots Plata
January 9, 2002 Walang Iwanan, Peksman Jolo Films Toto Natividad
January 30, 2002 May Pag-ibig Pa Kaya? Emily Starlight Jose N. Carreon
May 22, 2002 Akala Mo Rizzette Viva Films Lyle Sacris First film with Hilda Koronel and Dingdong Dantes (as leading man)
June 12, 2002 Magkapatid Lisa Viva Films Joel Lamangan First MFF nomination in the Lead Actress category; First GAWAD URIAN and PMPC nominations in the Supporting Actress category; First Film with Sharon Cuneta
July 31, 2002 Pakisabi Na Lang... Mahal Ko Siya Geraldine Regal Films Boots Plata
August 28, 2002 Jologs (cameo) Star Cinema Gilbert Perez
October 23, 2002 Jeannie, Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang? Jeannie Viva Films Ike Jarlego, Jr. First film with Robin Padilla (as leading man)

2003 a 2008[editar]

Fecha de lanzamiento Título Nombre de caracteres Productor Director CEB Rating Notas
April 30, 2003 Till There Was You Joanna Boborol Star Cinema Joyce Bernal First Love Scene of Juday
December 25, 2003 Mano Po 2: My Home Grace Tan Regal Films Erik Matti B First ENPRESS nomination in the Supporting Actress category; First film with Susan Roces, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Lorna Tolentino and Jay Manalo; First Best Supporting Actress win in Drama
May 5, 2004 I Will Survive Mylene Regal Films Joel Lamangan B First ENPRESS nomination in the Lead Actress (Musical or Comedy) category; First film with Dina Bonnevie
June 23, 2004 Sabel Sabel Regal Films Joel Lamangan B First GAWAD URIAN, FAP and ENPRESS nominations in the Lead Actress category; First film with Wendell Ramos and Iza Calzado; First Best Actress wins (URIAN and ENPRESS) in Drama
December 25, 2004 Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita Inya BAS Films/Regal Films Joel Lamangan B First PMPC and PASADO nominations in the Lead Actress category; First film of Santos set during the Japanese Occupation; First film with Raymart Santiago
January 8, 2006 Don't Give Up on Us Abby Trinidad Star Cinema Joyce Bernal B First FAP Double-Nomination in the Lead Actress category; 5th film of Juday with Piolo Pascual (not counting two cameos)
January 15, 2006 Miss Pinoy Dona Bluart Production Bona Fajardo First indie film of Santos; First film of Santos shot in Hongkong; Released only in Hongkong
August 9, 2006 Umaaraw, Umuulan (cameo) Eight Elephants Productions Richard Arellano
December 25, 2006 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Angie Star Cinema Jose Javier Reyes A First FAP Double-Nomination in the Lead Actress category; First Best Actress wins (MMFF-P, ENPRESS, PMPC, FAMAS, FAP) in Comedy
July 25, 2007 Ouija Aileen Viva Films and GMA Films Topel Lee A First film with GMA Films; First Best Actress award win (PASADO) in Horror
December 25, 2007 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Angie Star Cinema Jose Javier Reyes A First film of Santos shot in Spain; First film of Santos with premieres in Los Angeles and Hawaii; 8th MMFF-P Film Festival entry.
April 30, 2008 Ploning Ploning Panoramanila Pictures Co. Dante Garcia A First film of Santos as producer; 1 Best Actress and 1 Best Film wins (TANGLAW).;[2] Official entry of the Philippines for the Best Foreign Language Film category to the 2009 Academy Awards.[3]
October 1, 2008 Mag-ingat Ka Sa...Kulam Mira/Maria Regal Films Jun Lana A[4] Opening Film for the 48th anniversary celebration of Regal Films;[5] First film with Dennis Trillo (as leading man); 2nd film with TJ Trinidad (as leading man)
  • CEB stands for Cinema Evaluation Board in the Philippines. An A rating gives the film a 100% tax rebate on its earnings. A B rating gives the film a 65% tax rebate. For movies shown in the December filmfest, the tax rebate starts after the first two weeks of screening.

2009 - presente[editar]

Fecha Título Nombre de caracteres Productor Director CEB Rating Notas
TBA OMG (Oh, My Girl!) Darling Regal Films Dante Nico Garcia First film with Ogie Alcasid; Story conceptualized by Regine Velásquez[6]
October 2009 Ouija 2 Aileen GMA and Regal Films Topel Lee Sequel to the box-office hit Ouija co-starring Jolina Magdangal, Iza Calzado and Rhian Ramos. Dingdong Dantes or Richard Gutierrez are planned to join the sequel.[7]

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