List of awards and nominations received by Judy Ann Santos Information

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A woman wearing a Philippine terno dress and holding a bouquet
Santos attending the premiere of Ploning in 2008

Judy Ann Santos is a Filipino actress and film producer who has received various awards and nominations for her work in film and television. At the age of eight, she began her acting career with a supporting role in the drama series Kaming Mga Ulila (1986). [1] Santos had her breakthrough role in the drama series Mara Clara (1992) and earned her first FAMAS Award for her performance in its 1996 film adaptation. [2] [3] Three years later, she starred opposite Fernando Poe Jr. in the comedy drama Isusumbong Kita sa Tatay Ko (1999). It became the first Filipino film to earn more than ₱100 million at the box office, [4] for which Santos was awarded the Box Office Queen title. [4] The supporting role of a Chinese mogul's daughter in the family drama Mano Po 2: My Home (2003) won her a Golden Screen Award. [5] Santos made a transition to adult roles playing a woman with dissociative identity disorder in the 2004 psychological drama Sabel, [6] for which she received the Gawad Urian for Best Actress. For her role as the titular character in the superhero series Krystala (2005), she won the Star Award for Best Drama Actress.

Further critical and commercial success came with Jose Javier Reyes's comedy drama Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo (2006), in which Santos starred opposite Ryan Agoncillo as his character's feisty and outspoken wife involved with the complexities that arise as she interacts with her family and in-laws. [7] She won several awards, including a Metro Manila Film Festival, a Luna, and a Star Award for Best Actress. In 2009, Santos co-produced and starred in the independent film Ploning (2009). [8] She was nominated for numerous accolades as an actress and producer, including FAMAS, Golden Screen, and Luna Awards for Best Actress. She was cast in the role of nurse Jane Alcantara in Wenn Deramas's medical drama series Habang May Buhay (2010), [3] and earned the KBP Golden Dove Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series. For her next appearance, the ensemble drama Mga Mumunting Lihim (2012), she was jointly awarded Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress alongside Iza Calzado, Janice de Belen, and Agot Isidro at the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival. [9] In 2015, Santos appeared in an episode of the anthology series Maalaala Mo Kaya, [10] which earned her the Star Award for Best Single Performance by an Actress.

Santos received her second Best Actress nomination at the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival for her role in the drama Kusina (2016). She played a married woman who discovers her husband's infidelity in the comedy Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes in 2018, [11] and garnered a Comedy Actress of the Year win at the Box Office Entertainment Awards. In 2019, Santos portrayed a Muslim woman caring for her cancer-stricken daughter while her husband is deployed in Brillante Mendoza's war drama Mindanao. [12] She won Best Actress at the Cairo International Film Festival, becoming the second Filipino, after Nora Aunor, to receive the top acting honor. [13] Santos is the recipient of many honorary awards, including the Dekada Award from the Golden Screen and Star Awards.

Awards and nominations

Awards and nominations received by Judy Ann Santos
Organizations [a] Year [b] Recipient(s) Category Result Ref.
Box Office Entertainment Awards 1997 Mara Clara: The Movie Teenage Queen of Philippine Movies Won [14]
1998 Paano ang Puso Ko? Won
1999 Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay Miss RP Movies Won
2000 Isusumbong Kita sa Tatay Ko... Box Office Queen Won [4]
2019 Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes Comedy Actress of the Year Won [15]
Cairo International Film Festival 2019 Mindanao Best Actress Won [16]
Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival 2012 Mga Mumunting Lihim Best Actress [c] Won [9]
Best Supporting Actress [c] Won
2016 Kusina Best Actress Nominated [17]
Gawad Pasado 2005 Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita Best Actress Nominated [14]
2006 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Nominated
2008 Ouija Won [18]
2009 Ploning Won [19]
Best Picture [d] Won
Gawad Tanglaw 2005 Sabel Chairman's Award for Excellence in Acting Won [14]
2009 Ploning Best Picture [d] Won [20]
Best Actress Won
2014 Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala Won [21]
2020 Mindanao Won [22]
Gawad Urian 2003 Magkapatid Best Supporting Actress Nominated [23]
2005 Sabel Best Actress Won [24]
2007 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Nominated [25]
2008 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Nominated [14]
2009 Ploning Nominated [26]
Golden Screen Awards 2004 Mano Po 2: My Home Best Supporting Actress Won [14]
Basta't Kasama Kita Best Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
Sabel Best Actress in a Leading Role – Drama Won [27]
2005 I Will Survive Best Actress in a Leading Role – Musical or Comedy Nominated [14]
2007 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Won [28]
2008 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Nominated [14]
2009 Ploning Best Actress in a Leading Role – Drama Nominated [29]
Best Picture [d] Nominated
2011 Judy Ann Santos Movie Icons of Our Time Won [30]
2012 My House Husband: Ikaw Na! Best Actress in a Leading Role – Musical or Comedy Nominated [31]
2013 Mga Mumunting Lihim Best Actress in a Leading Role – Drama Nominated [32]
Judy Ann Santos Dekada Award Won [33]
FAMAS Awards 1989 The Lost Command Best Child Actress Nominated [14]
1997 Mara Clara: The Movie German Moreno Youth Achievement Award Won [2]
Best New Movie Actress Won
1998 Nasaan Ang Puso? Best Supporting Actress Nominated [14]
1999 Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay Best Actress Nominated
2005 Sabel Nominated
2007 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Won [34]
2008 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Nominated [35]
2009 Ploning Nominated [36]
Best Picture [d] Nominated
2019 Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes Best Actress Nominated [37]
KBP Golden Dove Award 2010 Habang May Buhay Best Actress in a Drama Series Won [38]
Luna Awards 1998 Nasaan Ang Puso? Best Supporting Actress Nominated [14]
2005 Sabel Best Actress Nominated [39]
2007 Don't Give Up on Us Nominated [40]
Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Won
2008 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Nominated [41]
2009 Ploning Nominated [42]
Best Picture [d] Nominated
2011 Hating Kapatid Best Actress Nominated [43]
2020 Mindanao Won [44]
Metro Manila Film Festival 1997 Nasaan Ang Puso? Best Supporting Actress Nominated [14]
Babae Best Actress Nominated
1998 Kasal-Kasalan... Sakalan Nominated
1999 Esperanza: The Movie Nominated
2004 Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita Nominated
2006 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Won [45]
2007 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Nominated [14]
2011 My House Husband: Ikaw Na! Nominated [46]
2012 Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako Nominated [47]
2019 Mindanao Won [48]
National Commission for Culture and the Arts Ani ng Dangal Awards 2020 Mindanao Cinema Award for International Recognition Won [49]
Star Awards for Movies 2003 Magkapatid Movie Supporting Actress of the Year Nominated [14]
2005 Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita Movie Actress of the Year Nominated
2007 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Won [50]
2008 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Nominated [51]
2009 Ploning Movie of the Year [d] Nominated [52]
Mag-ingat Ka Sa... Kulam Movie Actress of the Year Nominated
2012 My House Husband: Ikaw Na! Nominated [53]
2014 Judy Ann Santos Dekada Award Won [54]
2017 Kusina Movie Actress of the Year Nominated [55]
2019 Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes Nominated [56]
2021 Mindanao Nominated [57]
Star Awards for Television 1998 Esperanza Best Drama Actress Nominated [14]
2000 Maalaala Mo Kaya
(Episode: "Karnabal")
Best Single Performance by an Actress Nominated
2004 Basta't Kasama Kita Best Drama Actress Nominated
2005 Krystala Won [58]
2006 Maalaala Mo Kaya
(Episode: "Rosaryo")
Best Single Performance by an Actress Nominated [14]
Sa Piling Mo Best Drama Actress Nominated
2008 Ysabella Nominated
2009 Maalaala Mo Kaya
(Episode: "Lason")
Best Single Performance by an Actress Nominated [59]
2010 Habang May Buhay Best Drama Actress Nominated [60]
George and Cecil Best Comedy Actress Nominated
2013 Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala Best Drama Actress Nominated [61]
2013 MasterChef Pinoy Edition Best Reality Competition Show Host Won [62]
2014 Bet on Your Baby Best Game Show Host Won [63]
2015 Maalaala Mo Kaya
(Episode: "Ilog")
Best Single Performance by an Actress Won [64]
2021 Starla Best Drama Actress Nominated [65]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Awards, festivals, honors and other miscellaneous organizations are listed in alphabetical order.
  2. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  3. ^ a b Shared with co-stars Iza Calzado, Janice de Belen, and Agot Isidro
  4. ^ a b c d e f As producer

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