Donita Rose

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Donita Rose
Born Donita Rose Ramos Cavett-Villarama
(1974-12-05) December 5, 1974 (age 40)
Utah, U.S.
Occupation Former MTV Asia VJ, TV Personality
Years active 1990-present
Spouse(s) Eric Villarama
Children Joshua Paul Villarama (b. 2003)
Website
http://twitter.com/realdonitarose

Donita Rose-Villarama, (née Donita Rose Ramos Cavett-Villarama), also known as Donita Rose, Donita, is a Filipina actress, TV Host and former MTV Asia VJ.

Biography[edit]

She was born in Utah, U.S. on November 5, 1974 and moved to the Philippines when she was five years old. She is the eldest daughter of an American father and a Filipina mother from Pangasinan[citation needed] but migrated to Angeles City in Pampanga. Donita has three siblings.

Donita Rose was FHM's 2001 Sexiest of the Philippines. Donita married Eric Villarama in June 2003, the couple having lived in Singapore since 2002. The couple's son, Joshua Paul Villarama, born in 2004, is named after her two younger brothers. Donita and Eric are born-again Christians. In the summer of 2007, they moved to Manila.

Career[edit]

She joined That's Entertainment and was linked to Gary Estrada. She played Barbie Doll in a sitcom called Ober Da Bakod. Her first movie is Katabi Ko'y Mamaw. Donita formerly hosted ABS-CBN's morning news and entertainment show, Umagang Kay Ganda. In May 2014, she starts a new program at GMA 7 called "Basta Everyday Happy", a variety show which she co-hosts with Gladys Reyes, Allesandra de Rossi, and Chef Boy.

TV shows[edit]

  • More Than Words (GMA Network)
  • Basta Every Day Happy (GMA Network)
  • Power House (GMA News TV 11)
  • Chef Boy Logro: Kusina Master (GMA Network)
  • Showtime (ABS-CBN)
  • U-Turn (UniversiTV)
  • Talentadong Pinoy (TV5)
  • Umagang Kay Ganda (ABS-CBN)
  • Lastikman (ABS-CBN)
  • Mobile Kusina (GMA Network)
  • ASAP (ABS-CBN)
  • Ober Da Bakod (GMA Network)
  • Manoy & Mokong (GMA Network)
  • Eat Bulaga (GMA Network) (1996–1997, 2002–2003)
  • That's Entertainment (GMA Network)
  • Spotlight (GMA Network)
  • GMA Telecine Specials (GMA Network)
  • Alabang Girls The Series (TV5)
  • Lunch Date (GMA Network)
  • Lovingly Yours (GMA Network)
  • Vilma on Seven (GMA Network)

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