55 Facts About Angeline Quinto


Angeline Quinto was born on November 26,1989 and is a Filipino singer, actress, and television personality.


Angeline Quinto signed with Star Music and collaborated with songwriter and producer Jonathan Manalo to start recording material for her first effort, a self-titled studio album, which was supported by the single "Patuloy Ang Pangarap".


Angeline Quinto reinvented her image and style with succeeding releases, Higher Love and @LoveAngelineQuinto, gaining praise for her artistic growth and maturity.


Angeline Quinto made her feature film debut with a starring role in the romantic comedy Born to Love You.


Angeline Quinto then played the lead in the drama series Kahit Konting Pagtingin, winning a Golden Screen TV Award for Breakthrough Performance by an Actress.


Angeline Quinto received further acclaim for collaborations with filmmaker Joel Lamangan, the ensemble comedy That Thing Called Tanga Na and the comedy drama Foolish Love.


Angeline Quinto expanded her career into reality television as a panelist in the music game show I Can See Your Voice and as a mentor in the talent competition show Dream Maker.


Angeline Quinto's accolades include four Awit Awards, two Box Office Entertainment Awards, and five Star Awards for Music.


Angeline Quinto was born on November 26,1989, to Pop Quiros and Rosemarie Susan Mabao.


Angeline Quinto was adopted by her paternal grandaunt, Sylvia "Bob" Quinto, in Sampaloc, Manila.


Angeline Quinto listened to songs on the radio and would imitate the singing styles of female artists.


The next few years, Angeline Quinto continued to compete in talent shows on television.


Angeline Quinto later recalled that her participation in the show was motivated by a desire to meet the program's host, Regine Velasquez, whom she considers as a musical influence.


Angeline Quinto struggled academically in high school and was negatively influenced by her peers, eventually dropping out of school.


Angeline Quinto's family was beset by personal disagreements, which led her to take a break from singing to focus on her mental health.


Angeline Quinto won the competition on February 20,2011, at the Ynares Center in Antipolo.


Angeline Quinto began working on her eponymous debut album with songwriter and producer Jonathan Manalo, to whom she felt deeply indebted.


Manalo wrote two of the album's songs, including the debut single "Patuloy Ang Pangarap", which Angeline Quinto performed during the season finale of Star Power.


Angeline Quinto took inspiration from the singer's life story and described the song as a "quest [for her] ultimate dreams".


Angeline Quinto won multiple accolades for the album; she received the Aliw Award for Best New Artist in 2011, and won New Female Recording Artist of the Year and Song of the Year for "Patuloy Ang Pangarap" at the 2011 Star Awards for Music.


Angeline Quinto worked with Manalo for its lead single "Bakit Ba Minamahal Kita".


Angeline Quinto was initially reluctant to venture into acting and cited that she lacked experience.


Angeline Quinto underwent workshops from Star Cinema executive Malou Santos and trained with actors, including Pen Medina.


Angeline Quinto made her feature film debut with a lead role in Jerome Pobocan's romantic comedy-drama Born to Love You, co-starring Coco Martin.


In 2013, Angeline Quinto starred in the romantic comedy series Kahit Konting Pagtingin.


Angeline Quinto played Aurora Natividad, a waitress who pretends to be the fiancee of her patron, played by Ahron Villena, and ends up endeared by his brothers, portrayed by Paulo Avelino and Sam Milby.


Angeline Quinto won a Golden Screen TV Award for Breakthrough Performance by an Actress for the part.


Angeline Quinto reunited with longtime collaborator Jonathan Manalo for her third studio album, Higher Love, released on January 15,2014.


Angeline Quinto reinvented her image and style, which she asserted was an improvement "creatively and visually".


Angeline Quinto wrote the album's lead single "Sana2x" and described Higher Love as a narrative of "love's many stages".


Five months later, Angeline Quinto recorded all the songs for the soundtrack of the revenge drama series Sana Bukas pa ang Kahapon, which was released on June 30,2014.


Angeline Quinto returned as a song interpreter at the 2014 Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs.


Angeline Quinto then co-headlined a concert with Erik Santos at the Araneta Coliseum on August 15,2015.


Angeline Quinto was the female lead in Joel Lamangan's That Thing Called Tanga Na, an ensemble comedy centering on friendship among a group of gay men.


Angeline Quinto received writing credits for one of the tracks "Para Bang, Para Lang".


Angeline Quinto worked with Joel Lamangan for the second time on the romantic comedy-drama Foolish Love, in which she played a woman desperate to find companionship.


Angeline Quinto then served as one of the main panelists on the first season of the music game show I Can See Your Voice, based on the original South Korean show.


In November 2017, Angeline Quinto had a guest role in the action drama series Ang Probinsyano.


Angeline Quinto then returned as a panelist on the second season of I Can See Your Voice in August 2019.


Angeline Quinto took on a supporting role in the drama series Huwag Kang Mangamba Eula Valdez, Sylvia Sanchez, and Nonie Buencamino.


Angeline Quinto became a judge on the amateur singing contest Tawag ng Tanghalan, which aired as a segment in the variety show It's Showtime.


From October 29,2021, to February 19,2022, Angeline Quinto produced and headlined a ten-date livestreaming concert series, titled 10Q, which was filmed at the Metropolitan Theater in Manila.


Angeline Quinto starred alongside Alex Gonzaga in the comedy film Single Bells, which premiered at the Metro Manila Summer Film Festival in April 2023.


Angeline Quinto has named Velasquez as her idol and biggest musical influence.


Angeline Quinto said that Velasquez was an inspiration, primarily on her earlier work, and to whom she had often been compared.


When she recorded a duet with Velasquez for the album Fall In Love Again, Angeline Quinto stated that it was a childhood dream fulfilled.


Angeline Quinto named several Filipina singers, including Jessa Zaragoza and Jolina Magdangal, as inspirations, particularly noting Roselle Nava and her single "Dahil Mahal Na Mahal Kita" as the first song she had performed in an amateur singing contest.


Angeline Quinto credited Magdangal's "Kapag Ako'y Nagmahal" as another competition staple.


Angeline Quinto has paid tribute to singers such as Jaya, Sharon Cuneta, and Zsa Zsa Padilla, whom she considers as "beloved idols", during her concerts.


Angeline Quinto is known for her vocal range and belting technique, and has often been regarded as a "power belter".


Early in her career, critics likened her singing style, sound and musical material to that of Velasquez; a physical resemblance to Velasquez has sparked criticism and scrutiny of Angeline Quinto for being a manufactured imitation of the veteran singer.


Angeline Quinto's music is noted for its themes of love, heartbreak, and empowerment, often with deep sentimental and emotional undertones.


Angeline Quinto was in a relationship with singer Erik Santos in 2016.


Angeline Quinto began a relationship with former casino dealer Nonrev Daquina in 2020.


Angeline Quinto was a recipient of two Female Artist of the Year recognitions at Star Awards for Music in 2014 and 2017.