39 Facts About Angelica Panganiban


Angelica Panganiban is a Filipino-American actress, model, TV host and comedian.


Angelica Panganiban has won 3 FAMAS Awards, 2 Cinema One Originals Digital Film Awards and the title of "Best Comedy Actress" for nine years in a row at the PMPC Star Awards and Golden Screen TV Awards, thanks to her exceptional comical talent.


Angelica Panganiban started her career at the age of 6 when she appeared in the TV show, Love Note.


Angelica Panganiban made her first movie role, in Carlo J Caparas' Antipolo Massacre.


Angelica Panganiban is known for her dramatic performances in the movie, A Love Story and television series, Iisa Pa Lamang and Rubi wherein she received Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress awards and nominations in the Film Academy of the Philippines or FAP Luna Awards, ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards, and PMPC Star Awards.


Angelica Panganiban starred in horror films like: White Lady, Bulong, and Segunda Mano where she was recognized as Best Supporting Actress in the FAMAS Awards.


Angelica Panganiban won several Best Comedy Actress awards and nominations in the ENPRESS Golden Screen and PMPC Star Awards for the gag show, Banana Split.

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Angelica Panganiban experienced a second peak in her career after starring in the film, That Thing Called Tadhana which earned her commercial and critical success, notably the Best Actress honor from the 2014 Cinema One Originals Film Festival and the 13th Gawad Tanglaw Awards.


Angelica Panganiban received an Achievement in Acting nomination in the 2015 Guam International Film Festival for the said movie as well.


Angelica Panganiban was tapped to portray the iconic role of Madam Claudia Buenavista in the remake of Pangako Sa 'Yo.


Angelica Panganiban Jane David Charlson was born in Payatas, Quezon City on November 4,1986.


Angelica Panganiban's biological mother was a Filipina who died in 2008 and was buried in Singapore, while her biological father, Mark David Charlson, is an American from Iowa and a former member of the US Navy.


Angelica Panganiban acquired the surname Panganiban from her adoptive family.


Angelica Panganiban finished elementary school in 1999 at St Vincent School in Teacher's Village, Quezon City, and high school in 2003 at the same school's Main campus along West Avenue.


Angelica Panganiban was the Junior-Senior Prom Princess in 2002 and Miss Junior and Senior Prom in 2003.


Angelica Panganiban was a cheerleader and a Feature Editor in their school newspaper.


Angelica Panganiban attended college at Thames International Business School, majoring in mass communication.


Angelica Panganiban appeared in a daily drama series, Familia Zaragoza.


In 2001, Angelica Panganiban played the role of Paula Villamines in the drama series, Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka which was top-billed by Judy Ann Santos.


Angelica Panganiban appeared as the girlfriend of Aquino's character in the hit comedy film, Ang Tanging Ina top-billed by Ai-Ai de las Alas in 2003.


Angelica Panganiban appeared in Judy Ann Santos' romantic soap opera, Ysabella as a guest character, and in December 2007, she played Lena in Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik with Derek Ramsay, Toni Gonzaga, and the original cast: John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Sam Milby, and Anne Curtis.


Angelica Panganiban became a full-fledged adult dramatic actress in the 2008 primetime drama series, Iisa Pa Lamang with Claudine Barretto.


In October 2008, Angelica Panganiban pioneered a comedy gag show, Banana Split on ABS-CBN.


In February 2009, Angelica Panganiban appeared in an episode of Your Song with Derek Ramsay, and in mid-2009 she filmed her television series, Rubi which was based on the 2004 Mexican telenovela Rubi and the pilot episode aired in February 2010.


Angelica Panganiban was joined by Diether Ocampo, Shaina Magdayao, and Jake Cuenca.

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Angelica Panganiban won as the Best Comedy Actress through Banana Split in the 24th PMPC Star Awards for Television.


Angelica Panganiban topbilled a horror-comedy film, Bulong together with Vhong Navarro in February 2011.


Angelica Panganiban consistently demonstrated her comedic antics onscreen through Banana Split as she earned another Best Comedy Actress nomination in the 25th PMPC Star Awards for Television, and won the Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Gag or Comedy Program award in the ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards.


Angelica Panganiban proved her versatility when she received her second Best Supporting Actress award through the horror suspense film, Segunda Mano in the 60th FAMAS Awards.


In 2014, Angelica Panganiban top-billed a comedy-satire film, Beauty in a Bottle with Angeline Quinto and Assunta de Rossi.


Angelica Panganiban starred in a romantic comedy film entitled That Thing Called Tadhana opposite JM De Guzman.


Angelica Panganiban received an Achievement in Acting nomination in the 2015 Guam International Film Festival for her exceptional performance as Mace Castillo in the said movie.


Angelica Panganiban played the iconic character of Madam Claudia Buenavista, originally portrayed by Jean Garcia, in the 2015 remake of Pangako Sa 'Yo.


Continuously showcasing her versatility in acting, Angelica Panganiban garnered Best Drama Actress and Best Comedy Actress nominations in the 29th PMPC Star Awards for Television for Pangako Sa 'Yo and Banana Split, respectively.


On July 17,2020, it was announced that Angelica Panganiban is joining the series on the upcoming Kapamilya Channel's Walang Hanggang Paalam, after Julia Montes and Nadine Lustre are backed out.


Angelica Panganiban announced that Walang Hanggang Paalam will be her last drama show as she will retire from teleseryes but clarified that she would not leave ABS-CBN and acting altogether.


Angelica Panganiban has been outspoken on numerous political issues in the Philippines, including the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines, and the ABS-CBN franchise renewal controversy.


Angelica Panganiban added that she did everything to find her biological father, Mark Charlson, who she said did not try to find her because he thought that she and her mother had died in a car accident.


Angelica Panganiban's daughter, Amila Sabine Homan, was born on September 20,2022.