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Raven-Symoné

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Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman (/ˈreɪ.vən sɪˈmoʊn/; born December 10, 1985), known mononymously as Raven-Symoné, is an American actress, comedian, model, singer, songwriter, dancer, television producer and talk show host. She first appeared on television in 1989 on The Cosby Show as Olivia Kendall. She released her debut album, Here’s to New Dreams in 1993; the single, “That’s What Little Girls Are Made Of” charted number 68 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The next album, Undeniable, was released on May 4, 1999.

Raven-Symoné appeared in several successful television series, such as The Cosby Show and Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, in the late 1980s and early 1990s. From 2003 to 2007, she starred in the Disney Channel series, That’s So Raven in which she played Raven Baxter, a psychic teenager who tried her best to keep her psychic powers a secret. During her time on That’s So Raven, Raven-Symoné released her third studio album, This is My Time (2004) which was her best selling solo album to date, charting at number 51 on the Billboard 200. A year after the end of That’s So Raven, she released her fourth studio album, Raven-Symoné (2008). The album peaked at number 159 on the Billboard 200. During 2003 to 2006, she participated in four soundtracks from Disney, RIAA-certified double-platinum album, The Cheetah Girls (2003), RIAA-certified gold album, That’s So Raven (2004), That’s So Raven Too! (2006) and RIAA-certified platinum album, The Cheetah Girls 2 (2006). The soundtracks sold a combined 4.1 million copies in the U.S. alone. As of April 2008, Raven-Symoné has sold 314,000 albums in the United States.

Raven-Symoné transitioned to a film career, starring in several films aimed at young audiences, including Dr. Dolittle (1998), Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001), College Road Trip (2008), and successful television films, including Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (1999), The Cheetah Girls (2003), its sequel Cheetah Girls 2 (2006), For One Night (2006), Revenge of the Bridesmaids (2010). Raven has also lent her voice to the animated series Kim Possible, for the character Monique and films such as Disney’s Tinker Bell. In 2011, Symoné starred in the short-lived ABC Family comedy series State of Georgia as Georgia Chamberlain, an aspiring actress with a huge ego who moves to New York City to try her hand at an acting career. In 2012, Raven-Symoné ranked number nine on VH1’s “100 Greatest Kid Stars Of All Time” list.

In 2015, Symoné joined the cast of the new hit primetime drama Empire in the recurring role of Olivia, the vengeful ex-wife of one of the main characters. She stars alongside Terrence Howard, Malik Yoba, and Taraji P. Henson. In June 2015, she joined the ABC panel show The View, after a period of guest-hosting.

1985–93: Early life, The Cosby Show and Here’s to New Dreams Edit
Raven-Symoné was born in Atlanta, Georgia, to Lydia (Gaulden) and Christopher Pearman.[5][9] She has a brother, Blaize. As an infant, she worked for Atlanta’s Young Faces Inc. Modeling Agency and was featured in local print advertisements. At age two, she worked with Ford Models in New York City and appeared in ads for Ritz crackers, Jell-O, Fisher-Price, and Cool Whip. At age three, her family moved to Ossining, New York where she attended Park School.

In 1989, Raven-Symoné auditioned for a part in the Bill Cosby movie, Ghost Dad. At the age of three years she was considered too young for the role, but Cosby liked her so much that he found a part for her on his show, The Cosby Show, as his step-granddaughter Olivia. She made her debut in the premiere episode of the show’s sixth season, and remained until the series finale in 1992. She then appeared as the younger version of Halle Berry’s starring character, a headstrong biracial slave, in the TV movie Queen: The Story of an American Family, based on the book by Alex Haley.

In 1992, Raven-Symoné began her singing career at the age of seven, when she signed with MCA Records. She spent that year and the next taking vocal lessons from Missy Elliott. Her debut album, Here’s to New Dreams, was released on June 22, 1993, which spawned two singles: “That’s What Little Girls Are Made Of” and “Raven Is the Flavor”. “That’s What Little Girls Are Made Of” reached No. 68 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album however was not successful, and due to low sales she was dropped from MCA Records in 1995. The album sold over 73,000 copies in the US.[12]

In 1993, one year after The Cosby Show ended, she landed the role of Nicole Lee on the show Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper. She made her debut in the third episode of the show’s second season, and remained until the series finale in 1997.

In 1994, during her time on the show Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, she had her first big screen role in the movie The Little Rascals, playing Stymie’s girlfriend. The Little Rascals earned $67.3 million worldwide during its theatrical run.

In 1996, Raven-Symoné and her father founded RayBlaze Records, in which she signed a distribution deal with Crash Records for her second album Undeniable, which was released in May 1999. The album sold over 2,000 in US. The album yielded one single: a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “With a Child’s Heart”. To support the album Undeniable, she went on tour as the opening act for fellow Jive artist ‘N Sync’s The ‘N Sync Tour in 1998/1999.

In 1998, she won her first major role in theatrical movie, she was cast in the Eddie Murphy comedy Dr. Dolittle, as Charisse Dolittle, the oldest daughter of Murphy’s character. Dr. Dolittle earned $294.5 million worldwide during its theatrical run. In the same year, she also appeared in Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century as Nebula, her first production under Disney.

In 2001, she reprised the role of Charisse Dolittle in the sequel Eddie Murphy comedy Dr. Dolittle 2. Dr. Dolittle 2 earned $176.1 million worldwide during its theatrical run. In the same year, she participated in two episodes of the comedy series, My Wife and Kids as Charmaine, Claire’s pregnant friend, her first production under ABC.

Raven performing on the Raven-Symoné Live Tour, 2008
In 2002, Raven-Symoné was given the voice role of Monique on Kim Possible as the best friend of Kim Possible. She had a recurring role, as she was featured in all seasons of the show, and participated in the two films for the series, Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time (2003) and Kim Possible: So the Drama (2005). In 2001, Symoné auditioned for a role on an up-coming series for the Disney Channel titled Absolutely Psychic, about a teenager with psychic abilities. She actually auditioned for the recurring role of Chelsea Daniels, but her role was changed to the lead character Raven Baxter and the series name changed to That’s So Raven. The series debuted on January 17, 2003 and ended on November 10, 2007, becoming responsible for many firsts for Disney Channel including becoming the channel’s highest-rated and longest-running series at 100 episodes (until it was surpassed by Wizards of Waverly Place in October 2011). The title character draws on her talent, ingenuity, psychic powers and a variety of disguises to get in and out of amusing adolescent and pre-adolescent situations. It spawned a franchise including soundtracks, dolls, episode DVDs, and video games. That’s So Raven was nominated for Outstanding Children’s Program during the 2005 and 2007 Emmy Awards. That’s So Raven, was the first Disney Channel series to have four seasons and 100 episodes. Merchandise has earned to date $400 million. The show also launched the channel’s first spin-off series, Cory in the House.

In 2003, Raven-Symoné recorded the classic Stevie Wonder, “Superstition”, as the main theme for the film, The Haunted Mansion. She signed a deal with Hollywood Records, a Disney-owned label. The film soundtrack, The Cheetah Girls, debuted at No. 33 on the Billboard Top 200 and is certified for Double Platinum sales by the RIAA for sales of 2 million copies, was the second best selling soundtrack of 2004, behind Shrek. The following year, she released a five-track EP with Hollywood Records on January 1, 2004 prior to the release of This Is My Time, containing “Backflip”, “Bump”, “Overloved”, “What Is Love?”, and “Mystify”. Released to promote the full-length album, the EP was only available in select stores and is now very rare. On September 21, 2004, she released her third studio album, This Is My Time, which included the single “Backflip”, which received heavy rotation on Disney Channel, and premiered on BET via an Access Granted special. This Is My Time debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and at number fifty-one on the official Billboard 200, with moderately successful first week sales of 19,000 copies (best debut in the chart to date); making it Raven-Symoné’s first album to enter the chart in the United States. It was in the top 100 for thirteen weeks, selling about 235,000 copies up to February 2, 2007, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The four songs from the album were incorporated into soundtracks from Disney films: The Lion King 1½ (“Grazing in the Grass”); The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (“This Is My Time”); Ice Princess (“Bump”); and Go Figure (“Life Is Beautiful”). In the same year, also recorded music for That’s So Raven’s first original television soundtrack. The soundtrack debuted and peaked at No. 44 on the Billboard 200 and is now certified Gold by the RIAA for sales of 500,000 copies.[20]

In 2003, she starred as lead singer Galleria Garibaldi in The Cheetah Girls, a Disney Channel Original Movie about four city girls who dream of becoming superstars. The movie was the channel’s first musical and was the basis for another franchise, including dolls, video games, platinum-selling soundtracks and more. The film also starred Adrienne Bailon as Chanel Simmons, Sabrina Bryan as Dorinda Thomas, and Kiely Williams as Aquanette Walker. The film was directed by Oz Scott, and produced by Grammy-winner Whitney Houston. It attracted more than 6.5 million viewers opening night, making it (at the time) Disney Channel’s most-watched movie and most highest-rated Disney Channel of 2003. In 2004, during her time on the show (That’s So Raven), Raven-Symoné provided the voice of Danielle in Fat Albert. It had a moderate performance at the box office, earning $48,551,322 million worldwide during its theatrical run. She made an appearance in The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement as Princess Asana, during which she sang a duet with Julie Andrews. It was her first film with Walt Disney Pictures and it earned $134.7 million worldwide during its theatrical run. The sequel television film, Zenon: Z3 a Disney Channel Original Movie, included Raven-Symoné as Nebula Wade, reprising her role. On opening night, the sequel brought in more than 1.3 million viewers. The same year, after the unexpected success of the film and the film soundtrack, a pilot episode of The Cheetah Girls was recorded for the channel ABC. It was never picked up as a series due to her not being able to be in two series at the same time.

Raven performing at the Disson Skating & Gymnastics Spectacular
In 2006, Raven-Symoné starred in her first dramatic role of her career. The drama, For One Night, was based on a true story. Its premiere was on February 6, 2006 with the station Lifetime Movie Network. She starred as Briana McCallister, inspired by the true story of an African American teenager who shook up a small town where high school proms had been racially segregated for decades. During this time, she also disengaged from the Disney Channel. In the same year, Raven-Symoné continued her role in The Cheetah Girls 2, The film was directed by Kenny Ortega and produced by Grammy-winner Whitney Houston. Raven-Symoné served as executive producer of the film.[22] The film brought in more than 8 million viewers opening night, making it (at the time) Disney Channel’s most-watched movie and most highest-rated Disney Channel of the year 2006. Later that year, she provided her voice for Marti Brewster in, Everyone’s Hero, which was distributed by 20th Century Fox, and released theatrically on September 15, 2006. Everyone’s Hero had a moderate performance at the box office, earning only $16 million worldwide during its theatrical run, but the film was not released in several major countries. Symone recorded music for That’s So Raven Too!’s second original television soundtrack. The soundtrack debuted and peaked at No. 44 on the Billboard 200 and selling about 200,000 copies up to April 2007, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The album contains five new songs written and sung by Raven, includes the single, Some Call It Magic, friendship songs like “Friends” with Anneliese van der Pol, there’s also collaborations with Orlando Brown for “Little by Little” and Kyle Massey for “Let’s Stick Together”. The film soundtrack, The Cheetah Girls 2, debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200 and is certified for Platinum sales by the RIAA for sales of 1.3 million copies. This soundtrack contained three unreleased songs their soils and seven other songs as part of the group The Cheetah Girls. After the success of Raven’s third album, This Is My Time (2004), Crash Records sold their rights to the material on Undeniable to TMG Records, who in cooperation with RayBlaize and her then-current label Hollywood Records, re-released it on October 31, 2006 as, From Then Until. The re-release included the music video for “With A Child’s Heart” as well as some behind-the-scenes footage and live performances. The album sold over 8,000 in US. In support of her third studio album and That’s So Raven Too! soundtrack, which was the second soundtrack album from the series. Raven-Symoné embarked on her first headlining tour. The This Is My Time Tour kicked off on May 19, 2006 in Richmond, VA and concluded on October 21, 2006 in Columbia, SC. In 2008, The Cheetah Girls: One World began production, however Raven-Symoné did not return for another film, citing “territorial issues” and “catfights” on the set of Cheetah Girls 2, which led to a strained friendship with the other three actors. In a later interview, Adrienne Bailon, Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams denied the rumors, saying they all get along well.
Raven performing on tour in 2009
In 2008, Raven-Symoné starred in her first leading role. The comedy College Road Trip surrounds Melanie Porter a 17-year-old college-bound girl who is eagerly looking forward to her first big step towards independence, when she plans a girls only road trip to check out prospective universities. But when her overbearing police chief father (Martin Lawrence) insists on escorting her instead in hopes to sway her decision, soon finds her dream trip has turned into a nightmare adventure full of comical misfortune and turmoil. In its opening weekend, the film grossed approximately $14,000,000 in 2,706 theaters in the United States and Canada, ranking as the No. 2 film at box office. It went on to gross more than $60,000,000 worldwide.

Her fourth studio album Raven-Symoné was released on April 29, 2008. The album features production by Sean Garrett (Beyoncé), The JAM (Leona Lewis), Knightwritaz, and The Clutch (Timbaland, Ciara). The only single released was “Double Dutch Bus”, a cover of Frankie Smith’s 1981 funk track. The single was released to radio on February 9, while the video was released on February 18, 2008. The album debuted at No. 159 on Billboard’s Top 200. To promote the album she planned to headline her first all-arena tour “The Pajama Party Tour” in Spring 2008, but due to what promoters call “unforeseen difficulties” the tour was postponed until further notice.

During her 2008 Summer tour, it was officially announced that after completing her two-CD deal with Hollywood Records, she would not renew her contract with the label.

Since 2008, Raven-Symoné has provided her voice to the character of Iridessa the light-fairy, as a part of the Disney Fairies franchise and direct-to-DVD Tinker Bell film series. Raven also appeared in Chris Rock’s 2009 documentary Good Hair.
In 2010, Raven-Symoné starred with Joanna Garcia in an ABC Family, made-for-TV film, Revenge of the Bridesmaids. Revenge of the Bridesmaids surrounds two childhood friends who attempt to thwart the wedding of a no-good, money hungry ex-friend by going undercover as bridesmaids so that true love can prevail. The film garnered 2.5 million viewers on its premiere, making it the number 1 movie on basic cable in women 18–34, and ranked among the Top 5 programs in its time period in Total Viewers that week. She also made a guest appearance on the Disney Channel Original Series Sonny with a Chance alongside Demi Lovato. She portrayed the character Amber Algoode, the president of Chad Dylan Cooper’s fan club. She was a guest performer, along with pianist Chau-Giang Thi-Nguyen, and jazz trumpeter and pianist Arturo Sandoval, at the performance of December 9 of Debbie Allen’s new dance-theater piece, The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker, at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Proceeds from the performance, as well as from its run from December 10–11, benefited the children of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy.

In 2011, Raven-Symoné starred in her first television series in four years as the main character of ABC Family’s multi-camera comedy pilot State of Georgia. The project, from ABC Studios, centers on her character named Georgia, an exuberant and curvy performer from the south who is trying to make it big as an actress in New York City. The pilot was written by author Jennifer Weiner (In Her Shoes) and Jeff Greenstein (Desperate Housewives). The series premiered in June 2011. The season concluded August 17, 2011 with twelve episodes, and ABC Family cancelled the show on September 16, 2011. On January 31, 2012, it was confirmed that the actress will be in the Broadway musical Sister Act as Deloris van Cartier, marking her Broadway debut in a lead role. Her run started on March 27, 2012. Her contracted final performance coincided with the closure of the show on Broadway on August 26, 2012.

In late 2009, Raven-Symone announced that she would return to the studio to record her next album. She said that the album will be “R&B, most definitely…..with an alternative base for the lyrics”. She said, “It’s good to go out there and spread your wings and find new talent and work with people you haven’t worked with before. I’d love to find the next Timbaland or the next someone who’s coming up and no one really knows yet. At the same time, I’d love to work with the Clutch and the J.A.M. again”. In January 2011, she told to OnTheRedCarpet.com that she has been working on her fifth album. Da Beat Kadetz formerly known as The TriGz may be working on the project, with Manny Streetz (from Da Beat Kadetz) as executive producer. Raven revealed to Billboard that she would like to work with Sean Garrett again and that it will be R&B with an “alternative base for lyrics”. In an interview with Broadway.com in March 2012, she confirmed that she has no plans to release a new album, saying that she “couldn’t quite get it together” and that the music she had been working on “wasn’t going to be something sellable.” She added that the album “might come later in life when I’m able to say what I need to say.”

In 2013, she filmed a cameo in See Dad Run alongside former Hanging With Mr. Cooper co-star Mark Curry. In early 2014, she began filming Loose, an independent film co-starring Meagan Good, in Mississippi.

2014–present: Fifth studio album, return to television and The View Edit
On December 31, 2014, Symoné confirmed via Twitter that she intends to return to the studio to begin recording her fifth studio album, which she initially began working on back in 2011, but cancelled the project a year later. The album will mark her first since 2008’s self-titled fourth album Raven-Symoné, and is also expecting to return to television for more frequent experiences.[citation needed] In February 2015, the first of her appearances was revealed to be a guest appearance on the new Fox series Empire. She will also appear in an upcoming episode of the Disney Channel Original Series K.C. Undercover, making this her first appearance on Disney Channel since her guest appearance in Sonny With a Chance back in 2010, [citation needed] and will also have a guest starring role on the ABC series Black-ish. In May 2015, it was reported that Symoné would be joining ABC daytime talk show The View, on a permanent basis as a replacement for Rosie O’Donnell, after she guest hosted on the show multiple times in March and April 2015.

Regarding her sexual orientation, Raven-Symoné wrote on Twitter in May 2012: “My sexual orientation is mine, and the person I’m dating’s to know. I’m not one for a public display of my life.” In August 2013, Raven-Symoné commented on legalizing same-sex marriage, “I was excited to hear today that more states legalized gay marriage. I, however am not currently getting married, but it is great to know I can now, should I wish to”.

In an October 2014 interview with Oprah Winfrey, she acknowledged being in an “amazing, happy relationship” with her female partner. She also described looking at both boys and girls as possible romantic interests at the age of twelve. In the same interview, Raven-Symoné explained that she rejects labels in all aspects of her life. Despite her racial origin and her same-sex relationship, she refuses to self-identify as either African-American or gay, but as an “American” and as a “human who loves humans.” In 2015, Raven-Symoné introduced her partner AzMarie Livingston. When Raven-Symoné was 27, she briefly retired from acting and enrolled at Academy of Art University to pursue a degree in fine arts. She came out of retirement after joining The View. On October 20, 2015, Raven-Symoné announced that she had broken up with AzMarie after a three-year relationship.

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Aiza Seguerra

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Aiza Seguerra
Birth name Cariza Yamson Seguerra
Born September 17, 1983 (age 32)
Calauag, Quezon, Philippines
Genres Filipino Pop music, OPM
Occupations Singer-songwriter, Actor
Instruments Guitar, Vocals
Years active 1987–present
Labels Black Bird Music (Star Music)
Notable instruments
Guitar
Aiza Seguerra (born 17 September 1983) is a Filipino actor, singer-songwriter and guitarist. After participating on Eat Bulaga!’s Little Miss Philippines 1987 he became a child star starring in several movies and TV shows. Later in his teens, he pursued a career in music spawning his major hit single, Pagdating ng Panahon (When the Time Comes). Initially coming out as a lesbian in 2007, Seguerra now identifies himself as a transgender man.

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Seguerra first appeared as a three-year-old contestant of Eat Bulaga!’s Little Miss Philippines. He subsequently became part of the show from 1987 to 1997.

As a child star, Seguerra appeared in more than 30 movies and TV shows to date. He often portrayed the role of actor and fellow Eat Bulaga! host Vic Sotto’s daughter in numerous films. He portrayed the role of Aiza Kabisote, daughter of Enteng Kabisote in Okey Ka Fairy Ko! from 1987 to 1997. He only appeared in six movies for Regal Films. At age 14, he competed in Bong Revilla’s Invitational Shootfest ’98, and has won several awards in the sport.

During his late teens, Seguerra began pursuing a career in music; singing and playing the guitar. His single Pagdating ng Panahon became a major hit in 2001 and it enabled him to start a music career.

Seguerra won The Singing Bee on July 8, 2008 after Rachel Alejandro gave up his throne as defending champion due to other engagements. He defeated his co-contestant singer Bituin Escalante. Seguerra won P1,040,000 for a second time on July 10, raising his total winnings now to P 2,080,000.

Seguerra also performed in Singapore for the Singapore Repertory Theatre presentation of the stage play “Avenue Q.”

On January 7, 2013, Seguerra entered the Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs contest as the interpreter for the song entry called “Anong Nangyari Sa Ating Dalawa”, written by Jovinor Tan. He performed the song in the grand finals on February 24 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. The song eventually finished in first place for Best P-pop Love Song thus rewarding the writer of the song with one million pesos in cash.

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Seguerra is the child of Decoroso “Dick” Seguerra (of Calauag, Quezon) and Caridad “Caring” Yamson-Seguerra (of Bicol Region).

He studied in Operation Brotherhood Montessori Center and later enrolled at the College of Fine Arts and Design of the University of Santo Tomas and acquired a college degree.

On August 18, 2007, Seguerra came out publicly as a lesbian. However, in August 2014, he came out as a transgender man.

In 2013, Seguerra, along with other local celebrities, came together to join the PETA campaign ‘Free Mali’, a campaign aimed to release Mali, an Asian elephant currently living at the Manila Zoo and the only captive elephant in the Philippines, due to the poor facilities and keepers to care for her. Seguerra spoke up saying that “Mali has been sentenced to a life of loneliness, misery and neglect. When people all around the world are calling for Mali to be freed, in light of the suffering she has endured at the hands of the Manila Zoo, the proposal to bring in more elephants to the zoo is outrageous. They would have to endure the same cramped, concrete conditions, lack of exercise and improper veterinary care as Mali has for the past 36 years.”

On December 8, 2014, Seguerra married model and actress Liza Diño.

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Year Title Role TV Network
2016 Born to be a Star Judge TV5
2015-2016 Princess in the Palace PSG. Joey GMA Network
2015 Eat Bulaga Lenten Special: Lukso ng Dugo Alex
2012-2014 Be Careful With My Heart Cristina Rose “Kute” Dela Rosa ABS-CBN
2011 Protégé: The Battle For The Big Break Himself, as a mentor GMA Network
2010 Twist & Shout Resident Judge ABS-CBN
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kwintas Myla
Diz Iz It Judge GMA Network
2009–Present ASAP Himself/Host/Performer ABS-CBN
2009 Isang Lahi Cora Apurado
Star Circle Kid Quest: Search for the Kiddie Idol Council
2008 Pinoy Dream Academy: Little Dreamers Resident Juror
The Singing Bee Contestant
All Star K! Contestant GMA Network
Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyon Pasok! Contestant
2007 Ysabella Alex Mendoza ABS-CBN
2006 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Juice Baduday
2004 Hanggang Kailan Gina GMA Network
Starstruck Kids Starstruck Council
2002 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Songbook Theresa/Atet ABS-CBN
1991-1995 Eh Kasi Bata! Host/Himself
1990-1991 It Bulingit Host/Himself
1987–1989 IBC
1989–1995
ABS-CBN
1995–1996 GMA

Okay Ka, Fairy Ko! Aiza Kabisote IBC
ABS-CBN
GMA Network
1987–1989 RPN
1989–1995
ABS-CBN
1995–1998 GMA

Eat Bulaga! Himself, at Little Miss Philippines (which he won) RPN
ABS-CBN
GMA Network
Other TV guestings Edit
Date/Year TV Show Role TV Network
2013 Myx Live! Himself/Guest Myx
2009 MYX Presents: Aiza Seguerra: Live!
2008 Salamat Dok!: Leukemia o Kanser Sa Dugo ABS-CBN
Boy & Kris: Boy & Kris Episode # 182
That’s My Doc: That’s My Doc Episode # 40
Wheel of Fortune: Thing: Binoculars
2007 Star Myx Presents: Aiza Seguerra Myx
2005 Laban o Bawi GMA Network
Kumikitang Kabuhayan: Philippine Eagle Conservation ABS-CBN

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Year Title Role Producer/Company
2013 My Little Bossings Ice OctoArts Films,
M-Zet Productions,
APT Entertainment,
K Productions
2012 Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako Aiza Kabisote M-Zet Productions,
OctoArts Films,
GMA Films,
IMUS Production
2011 Enteng Ng Ina Mo Star Cinema,
M-Zet Productions,
OctoArts Films
2010 Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote GMA Films,
IMUS Production
2009 Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa Kiyeme Himself Spring Films
Isang Lahi: Pearls from the Orient Cora Apurado Tanchanco Trimedia Productions
2007 Enteng Kabisote 4: Okay Ka Fairy Ko…The Beginning of the Legend Aiza Kabisote M-Zet Productions,
OctoArts Films
2006 Enteng Kabisote 3: Okay ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend Goes on and on and on
2005 Enteng Kabisote 2: Okay Ka Fairy Ko: The Legend Continues
2004 Enteng Kabisote: Okay ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend
2002 Singsing ni Lola Karen Regal Entertainment
2001 Bahay ni Lola
1997 Shake Rattle & Roll 6 Lilian Regal Entertainment,
MAQ Productions
Computer Combat Tammy MAQ Productions
Manananggal in Manila Timmy MAQ Productions,
Regal Entertainment
1995 Isang Kahig, Tatlong Tuka… (Daddy ka na, Mommy ka pa!) M-Zet Productions,
Mahogany Pictures
1994 Paano na? Sa Mundo ni Janet Jing-Jing Good Harvest Unlimited
1993 Hulihin: Probinsiyanong Mandurukot Doray Regal Entertainment
Rocky Plus V Toyota/Kulit M-Zet Productions
1992 Shake Rattle & Roll 4 Nikkie Regal Entertainment
Aswang Katlyn
Daddy Goon Jennifer
Dobol Dribol Pepay
Okey ka, Fairy ko! II Aiza Kabisote
1991 Okey ka, Fairy ko!
Goosebuster
1990 I Have 3 Eggs
Papa’s Girl Angelita
Twist: Ako si Ikaw, Ikaw si Ako Chikinini
1989 Aso’t pusa Viva Films
1988 Me and Ninja Liit Butchiki Regal Entertainment
Good Morning, Titser
Petrang Kabayo at ang Pilyang Kuting Sugar Regal Entertainment
Super Inday and the Golden Bibe Snow White
Wake Up, Little Susie Susie
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Year Title Producer Certification Notes
2010 Perhaps Love Star Records Also released in Asian Countries
2009 AIZA SEGUERRA: Live! Gold The first live album; includes a video CD
2008 Open Arms Platinum Also released in Asian Countries
2007 Para Lang Sa’Yo Gold Inspired by soap opera Ysabella
2004 Covers Uncovered Vicor Records
2003 Sabi Ng Kanta Gold
A First! Live in Concert
2002 The 25th of December
Pinakamamahal 2x Platinum
2001 Pagdating Ng Panahon 5x Platinum Best Pop Recording (Pagdating ng Panahon)
Best Produced Record of the Year (Pagdating ng Panahon)
Song of the Year (Pagdating ng Panahon)
Best Female Recording Artist
1995 Little Star Alpha Records
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Year Organization Category Nominated Work Result
2013 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Female Recording Artist of the Year Anong Nangyari sa Ating Dalawa Won
Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress My Little Bossings Won
Awit Awards Best Performance By a Female Recording Artist With A Smile Won
2009 Open Arms Won
ASAP Platinum Circle Awards Platinum Female Awardee Won
PMPC Star Awards for Music Acoustic Artist of the Year Won
MYX Music Awards Favorite MYX Live Performance MYX Performance Won
2002 Awit Awards Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Pagdating ng Panahon Won
Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Award Best Theme Song
for the movie Pagdating ng Panahon Won
Asian TV Awards Best Dramatic Performance by an Actress Maalaala Mo Kaya: Songbook Won
2001 Quezon Medalya Ng Karangalan Special Award Himself Won
1993 PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Children’s Show Host Eh Kasi, Bata! Won
Awit Awards Best Performance By A Child/Children Recording Artist/s Kahit Mayaman, Kahit Mahirap Won
1992 Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Award Best Child Performer Okay ka, Fairy ko! Part 2 Won
PMPC Star Awards for Movie Child Performer of the Year Aswang Won
1991 Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Award Best Child Actress Okay ka, fairy ko! Won
Metro Manila Film Festival Best Child Performer Okey Ka Fairy Ko! The Movie Won
1989 Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Award Best Child Actress Aso’t Pusa Won
1988 Wake Up Little Susie Nominated
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Box-Office Queen[17] Won
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Year Title Theatre Role
2002 The Rocky Horror Show Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Towers Eddie/Dr. Scott
2007 Avenue Q Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Towers
Singapore Repertory Theatre Gary Coleman
2010 Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, Makati.
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Jim Carry

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Carrey at the Yes Man premiere in 2008
Born James Eugene Carrey
January 17, 1962 (age 54)
Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian American
Citizenship Canadian and American
Occupation Actor, stand-up comedian, screenwriter, producer
Years active 1980–present
Spouses
Melissa Womer (m. 1987; div. 1995)
Lauren Holly (m. 1996; div. 1997)
Children 1
Website www.jimcarrey.com
Comedy career
Medium Stand-up, film, television
Genres Observational comedy, physical comedy, surreal humor
Subjects Everyday life, popular culture, politics, celebrities
Influences Jonathan Winters, Jerry Lewis
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James Eugene “Jim” Carrey (/ˈkæri/; born January 17, 1962) is a Canadian American actor, comedian, impressionist, screenwriter, and film producer. He is known for his highly energetic slapstick performances.

Carrey first gained recognition in 1990 after landing a recurring role in the sketch comedy In Living Color. His first leading roles in major productions came with Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994), Dumb and Dumber (1994), The Mask (1994), and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995), as well as a supporting role in Batman Forever (1995) and a lead role in Liar Liar (1997). He then starred in The Truman Show (1998) and Man on the Moon (1999), with each garnering him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor.

In the 2000s, he gained further recognition for his portrayal of the Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000), as well as Bruce Almighty (2003), Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004), Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004), Fun with Dick and Jane (2005), Yes Man (2008), Horton Hears a Who! (2008) and A Christmas Carol (2009).

In the 2010s, he has starred in Mr. Popper’s Penguins (2011) and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013). In 2013, he appeared in Kick-Ass 2 as Colonel Stars and Stripes. Controversially, he retracted support for the film two months prior to its release. He issued a statement via his Twitter account that, in light of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, “Now in all good conscience I cannot support that level of violence.”Carrey reprised his role as Lloyd Christmas in Dumb and Dumber To (2014).

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