10 Facts About Ara Mina


Ara Mina became part of the Philippine entertainment industry at 14 years of age via the youth-oriented program That's Entertainment, hosted and spearheaded by the late master showman German Moreno.


Since then, Ara Mina has starred in about 40 television shows and 60 movies and released 3 recording albums.


Ara Mina won her first acting award for Best Actress for the movie Mano Po at the Metro Manila Film Festival in 2002.


Ara Mina won the Golden Screen Awards and Star Awards in 2004 for Best Supporting Actress in a drama in the Philippines for her role as Luna in Minsan Pa.


Ara Mina's self-titled and first album from Star Music which carried the hit song "Ay, Ay, Ay, Pag-Ibig" received a gold record award a few months after its release.


Ara Mina truly showcased versatility by starring in television shows of different genres, from sitcoms to heavy drama.


Ara Mina was then included in the cast of "Bubble Gang", which was her longest stint for television.

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Ara Mina returned to GMA Network and did multiple teleseryes for over two years.


Ara Mina staged a teleserye comeback on ABS-CBN in Araw Gabi after doing anthology roles with the channel.


Ara Mina's youngest sister was born with Down syndrome, was the inspiration behind this cause.