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Angel Locsin
Born Angelica Locsin Colmenares
April 23, 1985 (1985-04-23) (age 24)
Bulacan, Philippines
Occupation Actress, Model, Producer
Years active 1999-present
Official website

Angel Locsin (b. April 23, 1985) is a Filipina television and film actress, commercial model, film producer and fashion designer.

Born Angelica Locsin Colmenares, she rose to prominence after being cast as one of the lead stars in the fantasy-themed television series Mulawin in 2004. Soon after, she starred as the superheroine Darna in the TV adaptation of the Mars Ravelo comics. When her contract expired on March 2007, Angel did not renew her contract with GMA Network and signed an exclusive contract with ABS-CBN despite her booming career on the first.[1] Her first project under ABS-CBN was the television series Lobo. Locsin recently starred her first box office movie under Star Cinema,[2] Love Me Again,[3] directed by Rory Quintos.[4]

She stars in the previous television series Only You with Sam Milby and Diether Ocampo.[5][6]



Early life

Locsin was born in Santa Maria, Bulacan. Her parents separated when she was 14 years old and she has since lived with her father, Angelo Colmenares.[citation needed]


Locsin had her elementary education in Bulacan and finished high school at the University of Santo Tomas High School, Manila. In August 2007 she attended a short-course for fashion design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London.[7]


Early work

Locsin was discovered by a talent scout when she was shopping at SM City North EDSA in Quezon City.[1] She then auditioned for several commercials. She was supposed to be a part of ABS-CBN's Star Circle Batch 9, but failed to sign a contract because her father opposed the idea.[citation needed] After a year, she became a contract star of GMA Artist Center, first appearing on the 1999 teen-oriented series Click. Locsin was also included in the cast of Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin. In 2004, she starred in All Together Now.

GMA Network

In August 2, 2003, Locsin starred in Mulawin, where she portrayed "Alwina", opposite Richard Gutierrez, who played "Aguiluz". The show ended on March 18, 2004.[8]

After Mulawin, Locsin played the title role ("Darna") in the fantasy television series Ravelo's Darna with Dennis Trillo as her leading man. According to AGB and AC Nielsen, Darna was the first primetime series to reach a 47.1% rating in 2005. It also generated 52.1% rating, the highest rating achieved by any GMA-7 show by that year, on its fourth episode, when Angel transformed from Narda to Darna.[citation needed] Since then, she has worked in TV commercials and endorsements, as well as film projects, enhancing her popularity in the Philippines.[9]

In March 20, 2006, Locsin starred in another fantasy television series, Majika. She played the role of Sabina, the elder daughter of Ayesa and Garam which were played by Carmina Villaroel and Zoren Legaspi. She was paired with Dennis Trillo playing the role of Argo. It ended on September 29, 2006.[10]

In 2007, Locsin starred in Asian Treasures with action star Robin Padilla. Angel's role was inspired by Angelina Jolie's movie portrayals of Lara Croft. It was the first Philippine TV series that was shot in multiple countries such as Mongolia, Thailand and China. It aired on January 15, 2007 and ended June 29, 2007, which turned out to be her last project for GMA.[11]


On August 11, 2007, Locsin signed a two-year exclusive contract with ABS-CBN.[12], where her first assignment was an episode in Maalala Mo Kaya.[13]

On January 28, 2008, Locsin launched her first drama series (teleserye) in ABS-CBN entitled Lobo where she was paired to Piolo Pascual. It premiered with a rating of 27.7%. By the end of the series, it got the highest rating of 33.4% in the nationwide ratings game conducted by NUTAM Ratings.[14] The series ended on July 11, 2008.[15]

In 2009, Angel launched her new TV series, Only You, a Philippine remake of the Korean drama of the same title aired by SBS (South Korea) in 2005.[16] Angel stars with Sam Milby and Diether Ocampo, directed by Rory Quintos which aired last April 27, 2009 at ABS-CBN Primetime.[6]


Locsin first starred in films such as Ping Lacson Supercop, Mano Po 2, Kuya and Singles. In 2004, Locsin starred in the films Mano Po 3 and Sigaw which both included in 31st Metro Manila Film Festival.[citation needed]

In 2005, GMA Films released the film, Let the Love Begin starring Locsin with Richard Gutierrez, Jennylyn Mercado and Mark Herras, directed by Mac Alejandre. It grossed PHP 122 million at the box office. She also reprised her role as Alwina in Mulawin: The Movie with Richard Gutierrez. In early 2006, Locsin starred her second valentine movie film with GMA Films, I Will Always Love You with Richard Gutierrez and directed by Mac Alejandre. She starred the Filipino horror film, TxT and in 2006's Metro Manila Film Festival offering, Mano Po 5.[citation needed]

In early 2007, Locsin also reunited with Richard Gutierrez in The Promise where their roles were considered more mature than their last film.[17] This was her last film with GMA Films before she signed a contract with Star Cinema.

Locsin had also produced her own film entitled Angels, which was shown in theaters on April 12, 2007.[18]

In 2009, Locsin starred in her first movie under Star Cinema, Love Me Again[19][20] The film was shot in Impasug-ong and Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. Other scenes were also shot in Darwin, Australia. The film premiered on January 15, 2009.

Personal life


On April 23, 2007, Locsin celebrated her birthday with GABRIELA Foundation, an NGO that supports women and children. In April 20, 2008, Locsin organized a gift-giving to the less fortunate children in Payatas, Quezon City and gave poor children food, clothing and other basic needs. It was her birthday gift supported by her sponsors.[21]



Year Title Role Channel Notes
1999 Click[22] Charley GMA Network starred with Richard Gutierrez, Chynna Ortaleza and Alessandra De Rossi
2003 Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin Mariella
2004 All Together Now Tetet
Love To Love (Season 3): Kissing Beauty Chara / Charina
Mulawin Alwina first lead role TV project with Richard Gutierrez
2005 Darna Darna / Narda first GMA TV series to peak 52.1% ratings
2006 Majika Sabina second TV project with Dennis Trillo after Darna
2007 Asian Treasures[11] Gabriella Agoncillo with Robin Padilla/Philippine's most expensive TV series
Maalaala Mo Kaya : Pilat[13] Melody ABS-CBN with Sam Milby/Locsin first episode in MMK
2008 Lobo[23] Lyka Raymundo first project with Piolo Pascual/Nominated in the 24th PMPC Star Awards for Television for Best Primetime TV series
2009 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Blusa Nemie This is her 2nd appearance on the anthology program.
ASAP 09' Host / Performer Angel was already lauched as the newest member of ASAP
Only You Jillian Mendoza Her first TV series in ABS-CBN with Sam Milby and Diether Ocampo.
2010 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Litrato Jenny
Himala [24] Elsa Ricky Lee has stated it himself. (Director of Himala. He produced 2 ABS-CBN Angel Locsin projects such as Lobo and Only You. It is announced that after May Bukas Pa (another religious show) finishes on 2010, Himala will begin its production.


Year Title Role Film Company Notes
2000 Ping Lacson: Supercop Young Robina Gokongwei Millennium Cinema Locsin's first movie appearance
2003 Mano Po 2 Eliza Regal Films
2004 Kuya Barbs Dumlao
Singles Sam movie with Ara Mina and Aubrey Miles
Sigaw Pinky 30th MMFF entry with Richard Gutierrez
Mano Po III: My Love Eliza first movie with Vilma Santos/30th MMFF entry
2005 Let the Love Begin Pia / Patricia GMA Films first GMA Films movie to grossed P120 Million Pesos
Mulawin: The Movie Alwina with Regal Films/31st MMFF entry
2006 I Will Always Love You[25] Cecille with Regal Films/grossed more than Php 116 Million Pesos
TxT Joyce APT Entertainment film with Oyo Boy Sotto and Dennis Trillo
Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di[26] Charity Regal Films 32nd MMFF entry with Richard Gutierrez
2007 The Promise[27] Andrea GMA Films with Regal Films/Locsin's last movie under GMA and Regal Films
Angels[28] Angie Golden Eye Productions trilogy movie produced by Locsin
2009 Love Me Again[29] Arah Star Cinema first movie under Star Cinema with Piolo Pascual.
2010 TBA - With Aga Muhlach, and is directed by Olivia Lamasan.[30]
Etiquette of a Mistress[31] - It is directed by Chito S. Roño under Star Cinema.


Acting Awards

Year Award Category TV series/Film Result
2004 Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress Sigaw Nominated
2005 Mulawin The Movie
2006 Metro Manila Film Festival Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di
2008 22nd PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Actress Lobo
Best Single Performance by an Actress Maalaala Mo Kaya : Pilat Won
2009 37th International Emmy Awards Best Performance by an Actress Lobo Nominated

Other Awards

Year Award Category Result
2003 FHM Philippines Sexiest Women in Philippines (Rank #10)
2004 (Rank #6)
2005 FHM Philippines Sexiest Women in Philippines Won
Box Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine Movies and Television Won
FAMAS Awards Miss FAMAS Popularity Won
FAMAS Awards German Moreno Youth Award Won
2006 FHM Philippines Sexiest Women in Philippines (Rank #2)
2007 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Pinoy Wannabe (Texter's Choice) Won
FHM Philippines Sexiest Women in Philippines (Rank #3)
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired TV Personalities (Rank #5)
2008 Box Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine Movies and Television Won
Maxim Philippines Hottest and Sexiest Women Won
FHM Philippines FHM Philippines Sexiest Women (Rank #3)
Uno Magazine Awards Real Hottest Uno Girls (Rank #2)
10th Global Excellence Awards Outstanding Actress and Commercial model Won
Supreme to the Extreme Awards Road Distraction Award for Folded & Hung Billboard Won
ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Award Pop Covergirl for Maxim Won
ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Award Pop Female Fashionista Won
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personalities (Ranked #4)
2009 Yes! Magazine's 100 Most Beautiful Stars Couples Category with Luis Manzano Included
37th International Emmys Award Best Actress for Lobo Nominated
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personalities Won


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  2. ^ Lucio, Remedios (June 27, 2008). "Angel Locsin's movie to be shoot in Bukinon and Australia". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  3. ^ Land Down Under Official Website
  4. ^ Salut, Eric John (2008-11-05). "Angel Locsin set to fly to Australia for shooting" (in Tagalog). Journal Online. Retrieved 2008-11-05. 
  5. ^ Angel Locsin confirms new TV series with Sam Milby Retrieved on 01/06/2009
  6. ^ a b Alvarez, Trish (February 20, 2009). "Angel Locsin stars in Pinoy version of Koreanovela Only You". Philippine Entertainment Portal. 
  7. ^ Lim, Candice (June 18, 2008). "Angel Locsin to study fashion design in London". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  8. ^ "Angel spreads her wings in Mulawin". PEP.Ph. 
  9. ^ "Angel soars high in Darna". PEP.Ph. (Tagalog)
  10. ^ "Angel's magic formula". PEP.Ph. 
  11. ^ a b "Angel's last project in GMA-7". PEP.Ph. (Tagalog)
  12. ^ Dimaculangan, Jocelyn (August 12, 2008). "Angel Locsin: "Natagpuan ko na ang bagong bahay ko." ("I've found my new home.")". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  13. ^ a b "Angel Locsin and Sam Milby fall in love in October 19 episode of "Maalaala Mo Kaya"". Philippine Entertainment Portal. October 18, 2007. 
  14. ^ Godinez, Bong (August 14, 2008). "Lobo devours July primetime NUTAM rating contest". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  15. ^ Dimaculangan, Jocelyn (July 5, 2008). "Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin do final taping for "Lobo"". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  16. ^ Asian DB - Your Connection to Asia
  17. ^ Erece, Dinno (January 13, 3007). "Richard Gutierrez and Angel Locsin play their first mature roles in "The Promise"". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  18. ^ "Angel Locsin produces own film". April 2, 2007. (Tagalog)
  19. ^ Bonifacio, Julie (August 23, 3008). "Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin set to start shooting their film for Star Cinema". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  20. ^ Lo, Ricardo (August 27, 2008). "Piolo, Angel insured for ‘risky’ Star Cinema starrer". Philippine Star. (Tagalog)
  21. ^ Bonifacio, Julie (April 24, 2008). "Birthday girl Angel Locsin gets surprise party from "Lobo" cast and crew". PEP.Ph. (Tagalog)
  22. ^ IMDb profile of Click
  23. ^ "Angel Locsin ready for any controvercy thrown at her". Philippine Entertainment Portal. January 23, 2008. (Tagalog)
  24. ^
  25. ^ I Will Always Love You Website
  26. ^ "Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di". Regal Multimedia. 
  27. ^ "Fans crown at premier of The Promise". February 14, 2008. (Tagalog)
  28. ^ Erece, Dinno (March 25, 2007). "Angel Locsin's talent manager now a movie producer". Philippine Entertainment Portal. (Tagalog)
  29. ^ Siazon, Rachelle (September 4, 2008). "Angel Locsin on contract issue with Mother Lily: ‘Wala namang problema talaga’". (Tagalog)
  30. ^ Star Cinema reveals its line up for 2009
  31. ^

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