Anne Curtis

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Anne Curtis
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Anne Curtis
Born Anne Ojales Curtis-Smith
(1985-02-17) 17 February 1985 (age 29)
Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia
Nationality Filipino Australian
Occupation Actress, model, television host, VJ, recording artist
Years active 1997–present
Website
www.annecurtis.ph

Anne Ojales Curtis-Smith,[1] also known as Anne Curtis-Smith or simply Anne Curtis (born 17 February 1985 in Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia), is a Filipino-Australian actress, television host, recording artist, and VJ in the Philippines.[2]

Curtis had starred in several television series, which include Hiram (2004–2005), Kampanerang Kuba (2005), Maging Sino Ka Man (2006–2007) and Dyosa (2008), and has hosted the noontime show It's Showtime. As of 2014, she portrays the iconic Komiks character Dyesebel in Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel.

She also starred in several films like No Other Woman (2011), which grossed Php 278 Million at the box office[3] and her role in the film earned her a FAMAS Award for Best Actress. Her other box-office hit films include Babe, I Love You (2010) and A Secret Affair (2012). Her other critically lauded roles were in the films Baler (2008) and In Your Eyes (2010).

Throughout her career, she has received a Metro Manila Film Festival Award, three FAMAS Award nominations (winning one), three PMPC Star Award for Movies nominations, two Luna Award nominations (winning one), and six PMPC Star Award for TV nominations (winning two).[4]

Career[edit]

1997–2003: Career beginnings[edit]

Curtis, being half-Filipino and half-Australian, would visit the Philippines with her family to see her mother's relatives. In 1997, then 12 years old, her vacation became permanent as she was approached by a talent scout to ask if she would like to get into a children's beauty pageant. Her dad feared that it might be a scam, while her mother wanted her to try it. Without telling her father, Curtis then started to go to different VTRs[expand acronym]. By that time, she and her family decided to stay permanently in the Philippines. Since Curtis cannot speak nor understand the Filipino language, she had to take special Filipino classes.[1]

About a month later, Curtis was asked if she wanted to try acting. She said yes and she auditioned for a movie part in Magic Kingdom. She got the role of Princess Dahlia. After that, Curtis signed up with Viva Films. Her first television appearance was in GMA 7's Ikaw Na Sana. She was then cast as Emily in the teen-oriented show, TGIS. She also starred in the television series Anna Karenina. After this, Curtis has starred in minor and supporting roles in the films Honey, My Love... So Sweet, Ika-13 Kapitulo, Juan & Ted: Wanted and in the television shows May Bukas Pa, Beh Bote Nga, and Idol Ko si Kap.[1]

2004–2010: Breakthrough[edit]

In 2004, Curtis moved from GMA 7 to ABS-CBN. She described this moved as "majorly life changing."[5] She then acted along with Dina Bonnevie and Kris Aquino in Hiram, which aired until 2005.[6] Aside from Hiram, Curtis also joined ASAP as a host and as a performer.

Curtis got a big break as she won the title role in the television series Kampanerang Kuba in 2005. This project marked her first collaboration with director Wenn V. Deramas. In this project, she got the chance to work with veteran actresses Eula Valdez and Jean Garcia.[7] Curtis admitted that Deramas was eyeing another actress for the role, but she auditioned anyway and eventually got the title role.[5] Also in 2005, Curtis hosted Qpids, a reality television show with Luis Manzano,[8] and a segment in The Buzz called Wannabuzz.[9]

In 2006, Curtis, along with Luis Manzano, hosted Star Circle Summer Kid Quest.[10] That same year, she starred in All About Love, a three-in-one love flick which also starred John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Luis Manzano, Angelica Panganiban and Jason Abalos.[10] Her second film that year is Wag Kang Lilingon, with Kristine Hermosa.[11] Also, she played Celine Magsaysay in the drama series Maging Sino Ka Man. She received raved reviews for her performance in this drama series[12] and received a nomination for Best Drama Actress at the PMPC Star Awards for TV.[13]

Curtis then starred in Sineserye Presents: May Minamahal, with Oyo Boy Sotto in 2007.[14] She reprised her role of Celine Magsaysay in the second instalment of Maging Sino Ka Man, entitled Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik.[15] That year, Curtis starred with her second Wenn V. Deramas collaboration, Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo.[16]

In 2008, Curtis starred in When Love Begins, a romantic drama film wherein she was paired with Aga Muhlach.[17] On July 2008, Curtis was announced to play the lead role in Baler, alongside Jericho Rosales. The film was an official entry to 2008 Metro Manila Film Festival.[18] Her performance in the film was critically lauded, leading to a Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Actress.[19] This marked Curtis' first acting award.[20] She also received a FAMAS Award for Best Actress nomination,[21] a PMPC Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year nomination,[22] a Gawad PASADO Award for Pinakapasadong Aktress nomination,[23] and a Luna Award for Best Actress nomination. Also in 2008, Curtis topbilled the television series Dyosa. She played four different characters in the said series.[24] Because of her role in this series, she was dubbed as the "Dyosa" of Philippine Showbiz.[25]

She started to be one of the main hosts of the morning variety show, Showtime, in 2009. Her co-hosts include Vhong Navarro, Kim Atienza and Vice Ganda.[26] Also in 2009, she starred in the television series, The Wedding, with Zanjoe Marudo and Derek Ramsay.[27]

In 2010, she starred in the film Babe, I Love You. The movie marked her first big-screen team-up with Sam Milby.[28] Her second movie for 2010 was In Your Eyes. Her co-stars include Claudine Barretto and Richard Gutierrez.[29] Her role in this film earned her a Luna Award for Best Supporting Actress[30] and a Movie Actress of the Year nomination at the PMPC Star Awards for Movies.[31]

2011–present[edit]

In 2011, she starred in the Philippine adaptation of the Korean series, Green Rose. The series featured her reunion collaboration with Jericho Rosales.[32] She also topbilled the film Who's That Girl?, which served as her reunion movie with Luis Manzano.[33] Although a confessed non-singer,[34] Curtis launched her debut album, Annebisyosa, under Viva Records, on 25 September 2011. She asked for her bosses to release her album, as it is one of her dreams.[35] She described her album as "super fun" and "not serious." She also stated that people should listen at their own risk.[36] On October 2011, the album reached the gold status, as it sold 10,000 copies. Curtis cried while receiving the gold record award.[37] The album reached the Platinum status on December 2011.[38] On 28 September 2011, her film No Other Woman, which also starred Derek Ramsay and Cristine Reyes, was released. It grossed Php 100 million in five days.[39] The film became the highest-grossing film in the Philippines,[40] until it was beaten by The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin.[41] Her performance in the film lead her and co-star Cristine Reyes to be recognised as the Box Office Queens at the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Foundation's Box-Office Entertainment Awards.[42] She also won as the Pinakapasadong Aktres at the Gawad Pasado Awards[43] and received a FAMAS Award for Best Actress.[44] At PMPC Star Awards for Movies, she was nominated as Movie Actress of the Year.[45]

On 28 January 2012, Curtis staged her first major solo concert entitled Annebisyosa: No Other Concert World Tour at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The concert was also a celebration of her 15th year in show business.[46] Her guests on her first major solo concert were Jasmine Curtis,[47] Luis Manzano, Vhong Navarro, Vice Ganda,[48] Rico Blanco, Ira Cruz,[49] Sam Milby, Derek Ramsay, Cristine Reyes and Sarah Geronimo.[50] After her major solo concert, several provincial and international concerts were held. Some of the places that Curtis visited to perform were Hong Kong and California.[51][52] Also in 2012, Curtis' show Showtime replaced Happy Yipee Yehey! in the noontime slot.[53] She also starred in the movie, A Secret Affair, which earned her third FAMAS Award for Best Actress nomination.[54]

In 2013, Curtis, along with Kris Aquino and Robin Padilla, topbilled the drama series, Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw.[55]

Curtis is gearing up for her projects in 2014 which include her playing the title role in ABS-CBN's adaptation of Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel.[56] She is also filming the comedy film The Gifted and recording her upcoming album. She also has an upcoming concert scheduled in May at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.[57]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997–2002 Anna Karenina Ginny
1997–1999 T.G.I.S. Emily / Em
1997–1998 Ikaw Na Sana Jasmin
1999–2003 Beh Bote Nga Genie Fer
2000 H2K: Hati-Hating Kapatid Jillian / Jill
May Bukas Pa Bea Miguel / Maria Milagros Catacutan
2001 Kakabakaba Monica Episode: “Chaka Doll”
2000–2003 Idol Ko si Kap Pepper
2002 Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Rosanna Luarca
2003 Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin Rosanna Luarca
SOP Host / Herself
Love to Love Casey de Leon Episode: "My 1, 2, Love"
Nuts Entertainment Herself
2004–2005 Hiram Stephanie Borromeo 223 Episodes
2004–2013 ASAP Performer / Host / Herself
2005 Pinoy Big Brother Host / Herself Segment: Buzz
The Buzz Segment: Wanna Buzz
Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba Fatima "Imang" De Vera / Bernadette 140 Episodes
Qpids Host / Herself
2006 Komiks Presents Beba Episode: "Mamayang-Hatinggabi"
Alpha Omega Girl Episode: "Alpha Omega Girl"
Maalaala Mo Kaya Moni Episode: "Salamin"
Love Spell Rowena Episode: "Wanted Mr. Perfect"
Star Circle Summer Kid Quest Host / Herself
2006–2007 Maging Sino Ka Man Celine Magsaysay 163 Episodes
2007 Sineserye Presents: May Minamahal Monica Fernandez 30 Episodes
Your Song Lalaine Episode: "Someone in the Dark"
MTV TimeOut VJ / Herself
Gimme Ten
2007–2008 Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik Celine Magsaysay-Berenguer 78 Episodes
2008 Love Spell Pearl Episode: “The Face Shop”
2008–2009 Dyosa Josephine (Dyosa Cielo/Agua/Tierra) 115 Episodes
2009 May Bukas Pa Carla Sandoval 5 Episodes
The Wedding Candice De Menes 50 Episodes
2009–present It's Showtime Host / Herself Main Host
2010 Magpasikat
Eat Bulaga Guest / Herself
2011 Green Rose Angela Tuazon 73 Episodes
100 Days to Heaven Tagabantay Guest
2013 Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw Ruth Manrique 63 Episodes
Kapamilya Deal or No Deal Guest Player / Herself
2014 Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel[56] Dyesebel 17 March 2014 (pilot episode)[58] 18 July 2014 (episode finale)

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Magic Kingdom Prinsesa Dahlia / Bait Film debut
1998 Honey, My Love... So Sweet April
2000 Juan & Ted: Wanted Hazel
Ika-13 Kapitulo Angela
2002 Mahal Kita: Final Answer! Nanette
Akala Mo Rhea
2003 Lastikman Young Linda
Filipinas Lyra
2006 All About Love Badong
Wag Kang Lilingon Melissa
2007 Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo Christine Outbac
2008 When Love Begins Michelle "Mitch" Valmonte
Baler Feliza Reyes
2009 Ang Panday Adora Cameo
2010 Babe, I Love You Sandra "Sasa" Sanchez
In Your Eyes Julia Medina
Petrang Kabayo Kalesa Passenger Cameo
2011 Who's That Girl? Elizabeth Pedroza
No Other Woman Kara Zalderiaga
2012 A Secret Affair Rafaela "Raffi" Delgado
2014 The Gifted[57] Zoe Olezia Eloize Gomez Tuazon
2014 Blood Ransom Crystal
2015 Dyesebel: The Movie Dyesebel

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Certifications
Annebisyosa
  • Release date: 15 September 2011
  • Label: Viva Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
The Forbidden Album[57]
  • Release date: 2014
  • Label: Viva Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download

Compilation albums[edit]

Title Album details
Showtime: The Album
  • Release date: 15 October 2010
  • Label: Star Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download

Tours and concerts[edit]

Date City Country Venue Tour / Concert
28 January 2012 Quezon City Philippines Smart Araneta Coliseum Annebisyosa: No Other Concert World Tour
23 March 2012 Cebu City Waterfront Hotel
5 May 2012 Cagayan de Oro Limketkai Atrium
21 July 2012 Bacolod University of St. La Salle Coliseum
18 August 2012 Davao City University of Southeastern Philippines Gym
18 November 2012 Hong Kong China Chater Garden
24 November 2012 Batangas City Philippines Batangas City Coliseum
15 June 2013 Temecula United States Pechanga Resort and Casino
16 June 2013
11 August 2013 Tuguegarao Philippines Cagayan Sports Complex
31 August 2013 Palm Springs United States Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa
1 September 2013 Reno Grand Sierra Resort
7 September 2013 Edmonton Canada Jubilee Auditorium
15 November 2013 Doha Qatar Qatar National Convention Centre
13 December 2013 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Al Jazeera Sports and Cultural Club
16 May 2014 Quezon City Philippines Smart Araneta Coliseum The Forbidden Concert Round 2: Annekapal[57]

Awards and recognitions[edit]

Year Organization Award Work Result Ref
2006 FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the World
Rank No. 17
MAXIM Magazine HOT 100
Rank No. 2
YES! Magazine's Readers' Choice Awards Most Fashionable Young Female Celebrity Won [60]
MYX Music Awards 2006 Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video I Need You by Mark Bautista Won
2007 FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the World
Rank No. 9
3rd ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Female Fashionista Won
1st Star Magic Ball Best Dressed Female of the Night Won
Preview Magazine Best Dressed Won [61]
Uno Magazine Hottest Girls
Rank No.1
21st PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actress Maging Sino Ka Man Nominated [62]
GMMF's 38th Box Office Entertainment Awards Princess of Philippine Movies and television Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo Nominated
2008 2nd Star Magic Ball Most Chandon Sparkling Couple of the Night (Shared with Sam Milby) Won [63]
Belo Medical Group's 18th Anniversary Ball Venus of the Night Won
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the World
Rank No. 9
Uno Magazine Hottest Girls
Rank No. 1
YES! Magazine's Readers' Choice Awards Most Fashionable Young Female Celebrity Won
YES! Magazine Top 20 Celebrity Endorsers
Rank No. 19
[64]
100 Most Beautiful Stars Included
Yahoo! Year-In Review Top Searches of 2008 Included
34th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress Baler Won
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personality Won [65]
4th ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Screen Kiss (Shared with Aga Muhlach) When Love Begins Nominated [66]
Pop Kapamilya TV Character Dyosa Nominated
Pop Female Fashionista Nominated
2009 Metrowear Magazine STYLE ICON OF THE YEAR Won
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the World
Rank No.8
US GIRLS August Awards Most Fashionable Won
3rd Star Magic Ball Most Glamorous Celebrity of the Night Won
5th ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards POP Female Fashionista Won [67]
23rd PMPC Star Awards for Television Female Star of the Night Won [68]
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female TV Personality Won [69]
YES! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars Included [70]
27th People's Choice Dangal ng Bayan Awards Best Actress and Commercial Endorser Won [71]
5th USTv Awards Students' Choice of Actress in a Daily Soap Opera Dyosa Won [72]
People's Choice Awards Top Entertainer of the Year by the Year-Ender Excellence Won [73]'
People's Choice Seal of Excellence Awards Committee Won
25th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year Baler Nominated
11th Gawad Pasado Awards Pinakapasadong Aktres Nominated
57th FAMAS Awards Best Actress Nominated
2010 4th Star Magic Ball Most Glamorous Celebrity of the Night Won
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women in the World
Rank No. 18
6th ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Awards Pop Loveteam (Shared with Sam Milby) Babe, I Love You Won [74]
Pop Female Fashionista Nominated
Pop Cover Girl Nominated
Pop Screen Kiss (Shared with Sam Milby) Babe, I Love You Nominated
Pop Celebrity Cameo Role Beautiful Girl by Christian Bautista Nominated
YAHOO! Year-In Review Top 10 Searches
Rank No.4
[75]
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personality Won [76]
24th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Talent Search Program Hosts (Shared with co-Showtime Hosts) Showtime Nominated
YES! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars Included
2011 Studio 23's 1st Barkada Choice Awards Choice Tweet Idol Won [77]
Cosmopolitan Fun, Fearless Awards Superstar Award Won
Yahoo! OMG Awards Hottest Actress Nominated
27th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year In Your Eyes Nominated
29th Luna Awards Best Supporting Actress Won
People Asia Magazine Woman of Style and Substance Won
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Female Personality Won [78]
5th ASAP 24K Gold Record Awards Female Artist Awardee Annebisyosa Won [79]
25th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actress Green Rose Nominated [80]
Best Talent Search Program Hosts (Shared with co-Showtime hosts) Showtime Nominated
FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Women of the World
Rank No. 17
[81]
YES! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars Included [82]
Top 20 Celebrity Endorsers
Rank No. 12
[83]
7th ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Female Artist Annebisyosa Nominated [84]
Pop Celebrity Cameo Bumuhos Man ang Ulan by Jericho Rosales Nominated
Pop Female Fashionista Nominated
2012 28th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actress of the Year No Other Woman Nominated [85]
14th Gawad Pasado Pinakapasadong Aktres Won [43]
GMMF's 43rd Box Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Female Novelty Singer Annebisyosa Won [86]
Box Office Queen No Other Woman Won
2nd Yahoo OMG! Awards Celebrity of the Year Won
TAMBAYAN OPM Awards Phenomenal Entertainers of The Year Annebisyosa Won
YES! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars
Most Beautiful Star
60th FAMAS Awards Best Actress No Other Woman Won [87]
2013 9th USTv Students' Choice Awards Best Variety Show Host It's Showtime Won [88]
3rd EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Celebrity Endorser of the Year Won [89]
44th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Female Concert Performer of the Year Won [90]
2014 27th Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Asian Act Nominated [91]

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