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Santos attending the premiere of Ploning in 2008

Judy Ann Santos is a Filipino actress who began her career performing as a child on film and television. Her first screen appearance was in a supporting role in the drama series Kaming Mga Ulila (1986) and she made her film debut with a minor role in Sana Mahalin Mo Rin Ako (1988), appearing alongside Nora Aunor and Tirso Cruz III. [1] At age ten, Santos had her first leading role as the eponymous character in the children's television series Ula, Ang Batang Gubat (1988). [2] She achieved wider recognition when she and Gladys Reyes played the titular roles in the drama series Mara Clara (1992). [3] The show, which aired until 1997, became one of the longest running Filipino television series. [4] It established her as a star and earned Santos a FAMAS Award for her performance in the 1996 film adaptation. [3]

Following this breakthrough, Santos went on to play several lead roles on primetime television, including the soap opera Esperanza (1997), and the anthology series Judy Ann Drama Special (1999). She then played a woman born out of wedlock yearning for her father's acceptance in the drama series Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka (2001), [5] an NBI agent in the police procedural series Basta't Kasama Kita (2003), [6] and the title character in the superhero series Krystala (2005). [7] For the last of these, she received a Star Award for Best Actress. [7] Santos's film roles have also garnered praise from critics. As a woman with dissociative identity disorder in the psychological drama Sabel (2004), [8] [9] [10] she won a Gawad Urian and Golden Screen Award for Best Actress. [11] In 2006, Santos starred opposite Ryan Agoncillo as his feisty and outspoken wife in Jose Javier Reyes's comedy Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo, [12] [13] her biggest critical and commercial success to date. [14] Santos was awarded with the FAMAS, Golden Screen, Luna, Metro Manila Film Festival, and Star Award for Best Actress. [15] The following year, she reprised her role in the sequel Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo (2007). [16]

Santos starred in several high-profile directors' projects, including Joel Lamangan's period drama Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita (2004), [11] Topel Lee's supernatural horror Ouija (2007), [17] and Jun Lana's psychological horror thriller Mag-ingat Ka Sa... Kulam (2008). [18] The 2010 medical drama series Habang May Buhay reunited her with Reyes of Mara Clara, [19] and won her a KBP Golden Dove Award for Best Actress. [20] She then served as a presenter in the Philippine editions of the reality television competition shows Junior MasterChef (2011), MasterChef (2012), and Bet on Your Baby (2013). Santos went on to play an abused wife seeking revenge in the domestic drama series Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala (2013) and the antihero in the drama series Starla (2019). [21] [22]

Alongside her screen work, Santos co-produced the independent film Ploning (2008). [23] She also starred in the Brillante Mendoza–directed war drama Mindanao (2019). [24] Both films were submissions for Best International Feature Film at the 81st and 93rd Academy Awards, respectively. [23] [25] For the latter, she garnered Best Actress wins at the 41st Cairo International Film Festival and the 45th Metro Manila Film Festival. [25] [26]

Film

Judy Ann Santos's film credits with year of release, film titles and roles
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1988 Sana Mahalin Mo Ako Catherine [1] [27]
1988 Sa Puso Ko Hahalik ang Mundo Young Claudia [27]
1989 Regal Shocker: The Movie Jenny [27]
1989 Impaktita Young Cita [27]
1989 Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang Tammy [27]
1989 Wanted: Pamilya Banal Young Lorena [27]
1990 Dyesebel Iday [27]
1990 Iputok Mo, Dadapa Ako! (Hard to Die) Angie [27]
1991 Madonna, ang Babaeng Ahas Young Madonna [27]
1993 Silang Mga Sisiw sa Lansangan Crisanta [27]
1993 Manila Boy Neneng [27]
1994 Father en Son Tina [27]
1995 Dog Tag: Katarungan sa Aking Kamay Claudia [27]
1996 Sana Naman Bless [27] [28]
1996 Kung Alam Mo Lang Anna [27] [28]
1996 Mara Clara: The Movie Mara [29]
1996 Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan Kita Stef [27]
1997 Kulayan Natin Ang Bukas Maria Elisa [27]
1997 Babangon ang Huling Patak ng Dugo Isabel [27]
1997 Ako Ba Ang Nasa Puso Mo? Teresa [27]
1997 Wow... Multo Judy [27]
1997 Paano ang Puso Ko? Cecile [27] [28]
1997 Sanggano Angelica [27]
1997 Nasaan ang Puso? Ria [27] [30]
1997 Babae Alex [27] [30]
1998 Muling Ibalik Ang Tamis Ng Pag-ibig Millet [27] [28]
1998 I'm Sorry, My Love Tinay [27]
1998 Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay Anna [27] [31]
1998 Kasal-kasalan... Sakalan Milet [27] [28]
1998 My Pledge of Love Raida [27]
1999 Gimik: The Reunion Diane Villaruel [32]
1999 Isusumbong Kita sa Tatay Ko... Joey Rivera [33]
1999 Dito Sa Puso Ko Ligaya Tatlong Hari [27] [28]
1999 Esperanza: The Movie Esperanza Estrera [34]
2000 Pera O Bayong Herself Cameo [27]
2000 Minsan Ko Lang Sasabihin Anna Liwanag [27]
2000 Kahit Isang Saglit Annie [35]
2001 Luv Text Melissa [27]
2001 Mahal Kita...Kahit Sino Ka Pa Karen [27]
2001 Bakit 'Di Totohanin Kate [36]
2002 Walang Iwanan... Peksman! Helen [27]
2002 May Pag-ibig Pa Kaya? Emily [27]
2002 Akala Mo Rezzette [37]
2002 Magkapatid Lisa [38]
2002 Pakisabi Na Lang... Mahal Ko Siya Geraldine [39]
2002 Jologs Herself Cameo [40]
2002 Jeannie, Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang? Jeannie [41]
2003 Till There Was You Joanna Boborol [42]
2003 Mano Po 2: My Home Grace Tan [27] [43]
2004 I Will Survive Mylene [44]
2004 Sabel Sabel [45]
2004 Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita Inya [46]
2006 Don't Give Up on Us Abby [47]
2006 Miss Pinoy Dona [27]
2006 Umaaraw, Umuulan Herself Cameo [48]
2006 Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo Angie [49]
2007 Ouija Aileen [50]
2007 Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo Angie [51]
2008 Ploning Ploning Producer [52]
2008 Mag-ingat Ka Sa... Kulam Mira / Maria [53]
2009 OMG (Oh, My Girl!) Darling [54]
2010 Hating Kapatid Rica [55]
2011 My House Husband: Ikaw Na! Mia [56]
2012 Mga Mumunting Lihim Mariel [57]
2012 Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako Angelina Kalinisan Orteza [58]
2014 T'yanak Julie [59]
2016 Kusina Juanita [60]
2018 Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes Lianne Reyes [61]
2019 Mindanao Saima [24]

Television

Judy Ann Santos's television credits with year of release, show titles and roles
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1986 Kaming Mga Ulila Street urchin [27] [62]
1988 Ula, Ang Batang Gubat Ula [63]
1992 Mara Clara Mara [63]
1996 Gimik Dianne Villaruel [63]
1997 Esperanza Esperanza Estrera [63]
1997 Wansapanataym Leyla Episode: "Ang Mahiwagang Palasyo" [64]
1997 Maalaala Mo Kaya Cristina Episode: "Agua Bendita" [65]
1999 Judy Ann Drama Special Various An installment of the anthology series Star Drama Presents [66]
1997 Maalaala Mo Kaya Carla Episode: "Karnabal" [27] [67]
2001 Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka Patricia Montecillo [68]
2001 Maalaala Mo Kaya Jasmine Episode: "Basket" [27] [67]
2001 Maalaala Mo Kaya Arlene Episode: "Pier 39" [69]
2003 Basta't Kasama Kita Princess Gonzales [6]
2004 Krystala Tala / Krystala [63]
2005 Maalaala Mo Kaya Susan Episode: "Rosaryo" [27]
2006 Sa Piling Mo Jennifer [70]
2006 Maalaala Mo Kaya Claire Episode: "Swing" [27]
2006 Komiks Presents: Inday Bote Inday An installment of the anthology series Komiks [71]
2006 Komiks Presents: Inday sa Balitaw [72]
2006 Komiks Presents: Super Gee Super Gee [73]
2007 Ysabella Ysabella Cuenca [74]
2007 Bida Ng Buhay Ko: 20 Years of Judy Ann Santos Herself Television special [75]
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya Anita Episode: "Lason" [27] [76]
2009 George and Cecil George [77]
2009 Pangarap ni Ploning Herself Television special [23]
2009 May Bukas Pa Libay Guest role [78]
2010 Habang May Buhay Jane Alcantara [79]
2010 Your Song Presents: Gimik 2010 Dianne Villaruel An installment of the anthology series Your Song [80]
2011 100 Days to Heaven Tagabantay / Chef Guest role [81]
2011 Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition Herself Host [82]
2012 MasterChef Pinoy Edition Herself Host [83]
2013 Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala Anessa Panaligan [84]
2013 Bet on Your Baby Herself Host [85]
2014 I Do Herself Host [86]
2019 FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Jane Sebastian Guest role [87]
2019 Starla Teresa Dichaves [88]
2020 Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan? Herself Host [89]
2022 Magandang Buhay Herself Guest co-host [90]

See also

References

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