66 Facts About Angel Locsin


Angelica Locsin Colmenares was born on April 23,1985 and is a Filipino actress and humanitarian.


Angel Locsin is known for her dramatic roles and portrayals of heroines and mythological characters in film and television.


Angel Locsin is a recipient of various accolades, including four Star Awards, three FAMAS Awards, two Box Office Entertainment Awards, and a Luna Award.


Angel Locsin began her acting career in the early 2000s by appearing in supporting roles on screen.


Angel Locsin had her breakthrough as the avian-human hybrid protagonist in the fantasy series Mulawin, before starring as the titular superhero in the Ravelo Komiks Universe series Darna to critical acclaim.


Angel Locsin appeared in well-received romantic dramas, such as Love Me Again, In the Name of Love, and Unofficially Yours, the last of which is Locsin's highest-grossing release to date.


Angel Locsin received a Star Award for Best Drama Actress for her portrayal of an indoctrinated military nurse in the spy-action thriller series The General's Daughter.

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Angel Locsin promotes various causes, including disaster relief, education, and women's rights.


Angel Locsin was noted for her field missions to settlement camps of internally displaced persons during the 2017 armed conflicts in Mindanao.


Angelica Locsin Colmenares was born on April 23,1985, in Santa Maria, Bulacan, to Angelo and Emma Colmenares.


Angel Locsin is reluctant to publicly discuss her family background; she was estranged from her mother until 2007, and has ties to a noble family in Marawi, Lanao del Sur, through her maternal relatives.


Angel Locsin has said she regrets not being able to financially provide for her father's treatment at the onset of his condition.


Angel Locsin was educated at the University of Santo Tomas High School, where she was a member of the varsity swimming team.


Angel Locsin made her film debut as the young Robina Gokongwei in the 2000 biographical drama Ping Lacson: Super Cop.


Angel Locsin then signed a management deal with GMA Network and received her first television part as a series regular in the second season of the teen show Click.


Angel Locsin remained with the series from 2002 to 2004.


Angel Locsin followed this with guest roles in several television shows, including Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw, Twin Hearts, and Love to Love.


Angel Locsin appeared in the second and third installments of the Mano Po film franchise, Mano Po 2: My Home and Mano Po 3: My Love.


Angel Locsin was initially hesitant about the part because it required her to drop out of Mulawin, and she felt the series would end prematurely if she left.


Angel Locsin agreed to the project after network executives convinced her to take the part.


Angel Locsin trained in karate, wushu, and street fighting to prepare.


Later that year, Angel Locsin reprised the role of Alwina in Mulawins film adaptation.


In 2006, Angel Locsin starred as a sorceress in the fantasy series Majika alongside Dennis Trillo.


Angel Locsin then appeared in the fifth installment of the Mano Po film series, Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di.


Angel Locsin then played a facially disfigured victim of abuse in an episode of the anthology series Maalaala Mo Kaya.

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Angel Locsin's performance earned her a Star Award for Best Single Performance by an Actress.


Angel Locsin rejected the title role in the television remake of Marimar after signing on to ABS-CBN's 2008 supernatural drama series Lobo.


Angel Locsin portrayed Lyka Raymundo, a fledgling lycanthrope caught up in a war between factions of werewolves.


Angel Locsin found the project challenging but felt the experience improved her acting methods.


Angel Locsin received an International Emmy Award nomination for Best Actress for the series.


Angel Locsin, who is the sole breadwinner of her family, believed certain aspects of her character's life mirrored her own.


Angel Locsin portrayed the role of Lia Ortega, the daughter of her lycan character in the second installment of the Lobo series, Imortal.


Critic Julia Allende praised her portrayal, and pairing with Aga Muhlach, describing it as "the most daring she [Angel Locsin] has ever played" and deemed it a "beautifully nuanced performance".


Angel Locsin won the Star Award for Best Actress and the Box Office Entertainment Award for Film Actress of the Year for her role.


Later that year, Angel Locsin co-starred with Vhong Navarro in the sitcom Toda Max.


The 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival saw the release of One More Try, a family drama about a single mother, played by Angel Locsin, forced to reconnect with her estranged husband to be their son's stem cell donor.


Angel Locsin was awarded the Box Office Entertainment, FAMAS, Luna, and Star Award for Best Actress for the role.


In 2013, Angel Locsin featured in the ensemble comedy drama Four Sisters and a Wedding.


Angel Locsin starred alongside Bea Alonzo, Shaina Magdayao, and Toni Gonzaga, as siblings with deliberate plans to prevent their brother from getting married.


Angel Locsin returned to television playing the lead role in the drama series The Legal Wife.


At the Asia-Pacific Film Festival, Angel Locsin won Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the film.


Angel Locsin then served as a judge on the fifth season of the reality talent competition show Pilipinas Got Talent, based on the original British show franchise.


Angel Locsin reprised the part of Lia Ortega from Imortal in the premiere episode, and later returned in a guest role as a vigilante vampire named Jacintha Magsaysay.


Angel Locsin began 2019 by starring in the spy-action thriller series The General's Daughter, in which she played an indoctrinated military nurse.


Angel Locsin volunteered at the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Hospital before filming began, and in preparation, trained in Krav Maga, Muay Thai, and knife fighting.

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Angel Locsin has struggles, she has mistakes, she falls down, she fails, but she doesn't give up.


In June 2020, Angel Locsin hosted the public service show Iba Yan.


Angel Locsin is identified as one of the most involved Filipino celebrities in humanitarian work and civic engagement.


Angel Locsin is an active volunteer and an ambassador of the Philippine Red Cross.


In 2013, Angel Locsin auctioned her 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle and donated the proceeds to relief efforts for Typhoon Haiyan.


Two years later, Angel Locsin pledged to donate million to the Office of the Vice President of the Philippines to help the victims of Typhoon Rai.


Angel Locsin has funded scholarships and personally contributed over to the cause.


Angel Locsin first witnessed the plight of the indigenous Lumads during a visit in Marawi, Lanao del Sur, to reconnect with her maternal relatives in 2009, an experience she later credited with having brought her a greater understanding of the situation.


Angel Locsin was recognized by Tatler magazine as one of Asia's Leaders of Tomorrow in the publication's annual Gen T list in October 2020.


Angel Locsin has appeared in a range of film genres, but generally played roles in mainstream productions.


Metro magazine noted that as a young actress on the teen series Click, Angel Locsin plays the "boyish but charming girl-next-door, which is not unlike the star's real down-to-earth persona".


Early in her career, Angel Locsin specialized in portraying heroines and mythological characters in fantasy and supernatural genres.


Angel Locsin asserted, "You should not be limited to certain things".


Meanwhile, writer Rommel Llanes dispelled the perception that portraying superheroes could hurt an actor's career, stating that Angel Locsin is one of those exceptions.


Angel Locsin refused to have a double even when portions of her body were badly hurt by the harness.


In December 2011, Angel Locsin received a star on the Philippines Walk of Fame.


Angel Locsin was in a relationship with actor Miko Sotto for six months until he died from a falling accident at his high-rise apartment building in Mandaluyong in December 2003.


From 2005 to 2016, Angel Locsin was romantically involved with high-profile personalities, including Miko Sotto's cousin Oyo Boy Sotto, her Majika co-star Dennis Trillo, former footballer Phil Younghusband, and actor Luis Manzano.


In September 2017, Angel Locsin began dating professional poker player and film producer Neil Arce.


Angel Locsin has been named Best Supporting Actress at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival for Everything About Her.

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Angel Locsin received a Box Office Entertainment and Star Award for In the Name of Love.