|Birth name||Ana Karylle Padilla Tatlonghari|
|Born||March 22, 1981|
|Genres||Pop, R&B, Soul|
|Occupations||Singer, Actress, TV host|
|Labels||Universal Records (2001-2008)
EMI Philippines (PolyEast Records) (2009-present)
Ana Karylle Padilla Tatlonghari (born March 22, 1981), commonly known by her stage name Karylle, is a Filipino singer, actress, TV host, dancer, writer, and blogger.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Music
- 3 Filmography
- 4 Television appearances
- 5 Theatre
- 6 Writing career
- 7 Awards and Recognitions
- 8 External links and sources
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Karylle was born on March 22, 1981 in Manila to Zsa Zsa Padilla, a singer-actress and Dr. Modesto Tatlonghari, a dentist. She has two other siblings from her mother's remarriage to actor and comedian Rodolfo Vera Quizon; a younger sister, Zia Quizon and a step sister Nicole Quizon. She completed her elementary and secondary education, notably in O.B. Montessori Center - Greenhills during grade school (where she was class valedictorian) and Poveda, where she finished high school with a Service Medal for extra-curricular and volunteer works, before embarking on a showbiz career. She began taking formal ballet lessons at the age of three and continued until she was fifteen. While she was preparing for her debut album, Karylle had started rehearsals for her first stage musical Little Mermaid where she played Princess Sapphire and started taking B.S. Management major in Communications Technology Management at the Ateneo de Manila University, where she made the Dean’s list. Karylle is also an entrepreneur; part owner of the family KTV and resto-bar Centerstage and the Mey Lin Restaurant in Tomas Morato and Makati City.
She entered the music scene with her first album Time to Shine from Universal Records with the dance single "Can't Live Without You" and bagging awards from different award giving bodies.
Her second album, You Make Me Sing showcased her songwriting skill which was released on 2005 entitled You Make Me Sing. She wrote the songs “Coz, I Love You” and “Hiling”. Also included in the album is the theme song, "Mahiwagang Puso", for her hit fantaserye Encantadia, in which she starred as Sang'gre Alena.
Three years later, she released her third album Time for Letting Go under a new recording company Polyeast Records. With this album, Karylle's gifts as a distinctive powerhouse vocalist is showcased in the single, "I'll Never get Over You Getting Over Me". It is a collection of songs that give the definition of moving on and at the same time divides grief in five different stages. The album also features duet with her mom Zsa Zsa Padilla -- "I Live for Your Love" and three of Karylle’s original compositions, “Minamahal Kita”, "Hulog ng Langit” and the soulful piano-driven “Wala Na Bang Lahat”.
Her latest album 'Roadtrip' was released in 2011, in which she ventured out of her comfort zone and produced the album by herself. Furthermore, she wrote eleven tracks which “narrates her personal journey”. She had worked on this album for the past four years and according to one of her interviews this album represents who she is- the artist, singer, songwriter.
Aside from her albums she also did the theme songs for the movies that she starred in. Karylle together with Jerome John Hughes did, "Pagbigyan ang Puso", for Mano Po 3 and a cover of "Sana'y Maghintay ang Walang Hanggan" for the movie Moments of Love.
|Year||Album Title and Singles Released||Recording Company||PARI Certification|
|2001||Time to Shine
|2005||You Make Me Sing
|2009||Time for Letting Go
Karylle's first appearance on a movie was for a cameo role in Imus Productions' Metro Manila Filmfest entry in 2002 Ang Agimat as Maria Makiling. She also did three movies under Regal Entertainment. Mano Po 2: My Home and Mano Po 3: My Love where she played a Chinese. Her Mano Po films gave her a chance to work with the biggest and best actors in show business. Bahay ni Lola 2, a horror film, was her first lead role in a movie. Karylle scored another significant career feat in GMA films' box office hit Moments of Love, which was also a finalist in the New York Film Festival. She also did indie films such as Ligaw Liham and Litsonero. In the filmfest movie, “Dalaw,” Karylle turns in a reputable performance in which she had to submit to a rigid audition to get the role.
2001- 2004: Debut as TV actress
After releasing her first album, she became a host and performer in GMA-7's now defunct SOP. She ventured into TV acting and soon starred in television series. Karylle's first acting stint was in GMA 7's primetime television drama Twin Hearts as Iris. Her character would appear only for a week but then the production asked her to come back on the show to play another character Jade who looks exactly like Iris due to the chemistry that they have seen between Dingdong Dantes and Karylle. It was followed by Love to Love Season 4 where she played the role of an Ilonga from Guimaras thus requiring her to speak with an Ilongo accent earning her a best actress nomination from Enpress.
Her big break in her acting career came when she did the role of Sang'gre Alena, the keeper of the water gem in the hit fantasy series Encantadia. Due to its success it was followed by a second season which was entitled Etheria and the last season Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas.
2008-2009: Change of Network
She was one of the hosts, with Raymond Gutierrez and Rhian Ramos, of Pinoy Idol'. But during the last quarter of 2008, she made the big changes regarding her career. She changed her management from Genesis to STAGES, her recording company from Universal Records to Polyeast EMI, from her home grown station, GMA to its rival station ABS-CBN and it came as a surprise to everyone when she became an endorser for Bench Body, with her billboards seen all over the metro for the ad "Single is Sexy!" indicating that she is also changing her image. Controversies that had spark over her break-up with former co-star and boyfriend Dingdong Dantes are speculated to what had driven her to make the move. Her last stint in GMA is her appearance in the Manny Pacquiao-Oscar de la Hoya boxing match in Las Vegas, Nevada, singing the Philippine national anthem, held last December 6, 2008. After the event, she signed a contract with ABS-CBN and official became a Kapamilya, with ASAP '08 giving her a grand welcome on December 14, 2008. After joining the ABS-CBN family her star shone even brighter. In Tim Yap's column in The Philippine Star she was included in one of the 29 people to watch out for in 2009. She eventually guested in the Season 2 of top rating show Betty La Fea as Olivia. ABS-CBN has given her a show Nasaan ka Maruja? After her successful stint in the Saturday series, Karylle took on a challenging role as Denise Alferos in the 2010 International Emmy nominee for Telenovela category, Dahil May Isang Ikaw.
2010-present: International Breakthrough & Its Showtime
After being busy in the concert scene for a while, she returned on the small screen as she was introduced as the new character in the daily afternoon drama Magkano Ang Iyong Dangal?. After months of absence in the local scene due to her international Asian TV series The Kitchen Musical which was aired in 19 territories via AXN. Her role as Maddie in the series, earned her a nomination for Best Actress for in the 52nd Monte Carlo TV Festival. The singer-actress is back. Karylle continues to host Showtime but due to her schedule she just appears semi regularly on ASAP. She also said that there are offers for her to do local TV series but due to her schedule she decided to turn down the roles. As for her international career she landed another role in the Singaporean action-drama series "Point of Entry". In 2013, she landed on the role Cinderella in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella alongside with Christian Bautista as Prince Christopher. Cinderella premiered last October 2013 and will end on December 2013.
|2002||Ang Agimat||Maria Makiling (Cameo Role)||IMUS Production|
|2003||Mano Po II: My Home||Rose Chan||Regal Films|
|2004||Masikip sa Dibdib||Cameo Role||Viva Films|
|Mano Po III: My Love||Judith Yang||Regal Films|
|2005||Bahay ni Lola 2||Nina||Regal Films|
|Mulawin: The Movie||Sang’gre Alena||GMA Films|
|2006||Moments of Love||Lianne Santos||GMA Films|
|2007||Ligaw Liham||Karen||Produksyon Tramontina|
|2012||My Cactus Heart||Cameo Role||Skylight Films|
|2003||Twin Hearts||Iris Medira/Jade Villanueva|
|2004||Love To Love:Sweet Exchange||Cathy Ruiz|
|1st Hip Hop Awards||host|
|MTV Pilipinas Video Music Awards||host|
|2006||Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas||Reyna Alena||GMA Network|
|My Music Station||host|
|GMA New Year Countdown Celebration||host|
|2008||Pinoy Idol Extra||host|
|2009||I Love Betty La Fea||Olivia||ABS-CBN|
|Your Song Presents: Feb-ibig||Rose||ABS-CBN|
|Komiks Presents: Mars Ravelo's: Nasaan Ka Maruja?||Helen Rivera||ABS-CBN|
|Dahil May Isang Ikaw||Denise Mae Alferos||ABS-CBN|
|Maalaala Mo Kaya||Tara Santelices||ABS-CBN|
|2010||Magkano Ang Iyong Dangal?||Tanya||ABS-CBN|
|2010–2011||Showtime||Herself as a Judge||ABS-CBN|
|2011||The Biggest Loser Asia||Host||Studio 23|
|2011||The Kitchen Musical||Maddie Avilon||nTV7 (Malaysia)
Studio 23 (Philippines)
Metro TV (Indonesia)
AXN (19 Asian Countries)
|2012||Point of Entry 3||Tala Sison||MediaCorp Channel 5 (Singapore)|
|2013||Showtime Holy Week Special||Lotlot Sacdalan||ABS-CBN|
Karylle is also known to do theater acting. She made her debut in the Trumpets' production of Little Mermaid. Her performance in the Trumpets musical is known to be her breakthrough to show business. She also starred in the Atlantis Production Seussical. Karylle bagged the female lead role as Maria, alternating with Joanna Ampil for the Stages production of West Side Story. Her performance was acclaimed by the critics and the public garnering her an Aliw Award nomination for Best Actress.
|2000||Little Mermaid||Princess Sapphire|
|2007||Seussical||Cat in the Hat|
|2008||West Side Story||Maria|
Other than acting and singing, Karylle is also known to be a writer. Karylle had her poem published for the first time in the 2009 February issue of S Magazine where she was also the cover. The magazine was a hot seller. After it, she now dabbles in writing as contributor for S Magazine but before that she was already a contributor writer for Philippine Star’s Entertainment section where she shares tidbits from her travels and the events in her life.
|Date Published||Title of Articles|
|July 19, 2007||No, nobody can hold us down |
|December 16, 2007||From ‘business-business’ to real business |
|March 31, 2008||My other promdi province|
|May 18, 2008||Come out & play |
|August 3, 2008||From Manila to Mt. Everest and back… and back again |
|August 10, 2008||Taking you where it happens, as it happens |
|October 12, 2008||Things about West Side you don’t know|
|August 9, 2009||My 'fan' London diaries |
|October 30, 2009||ART-icle |
|February 1, 2010||Little Heroes, Big Hearts |
|August 2, 2010||Suma-sideline |
Awards and Recognitions
|2001||Aliw Awards||Best New Female Artist||Won|
|2002||Aliw Awards||Most Promising Female Artist||Won|
|2002||Awit Awards||Best Performance by a New Female Recording Artist||Won|
|2002||MTV Philippines||Best Female Artist for Music Video "Can't Live Without You"||Won|
|2002||MTV Philippines||Best New Artist||Won|
|2003||Awit Awards||Best Performance by a Duet for "Kung Mawawala Ka" with Ogie Alcasid||Won|
|MOD Star Girl Achiever Award - for EXCELLENCE IN THE PERFORMING ARTS AND FOR BEING A ROLE MODEL TO TEENS||Won|
|CMMA Best Album for Only Selfless Love||Won|
|2004||Metro Manila Film Festival||Best Theme Song for "Pagbigyan ang Puso"||Won|
|2004||Awit Awards||Best Inspirational/ Religious Song for Awit sa Ina ng Santo Rosario w/ Bukas Palad||Won|
|2005||2nd Golden Screen (Entertainment TV) Awards ng Entertainment Press Society, Inc. (ENPRESS)||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (Love To Love Season 4: Sweet Exchange - GMA Network)||Nominated|
|2006||iFM 93.9 Music Awards||Best Duet Performance for "Mahiwagang Puso" with Jerome John Hughes||Won|
|2006||Awit Awards||Best R&B for "You Make Me Sing"||Nominated|
|2006||MTV Philippines||Favorite Female Artist||Nominated|
|2009||MYX Music Awards||Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video||Won|
|2009||22nd Aliw Awards||Best Musical Stage Actress for "West Side Story"||Nominated|
|2009||24K Gold Awardee for Time for Letting Go|
|2010||MYX Music Awards||Favorite Female Artist||Nominated|
|2010||12th Gawad Pasado Awards||Pinakapasadong Kabataang Artista (Female)||Won|
|2011||Awit Awards||Special Recognition for their Successful Stint in the Pan-Asian series The Kitchen Musical|
|2012||MYX Music Awards||Favorite Female Artist||Nominated|
|2012||52nd Monte Carlo TV Festival||Best Actress for "Kitchen Musical"||Nominated|
|2012||Awit Awards||Best Dance Recording "OMG"||Nominated|
|2013||10th Golden Screen (Entertainment TV) Awards ng Entertainment Press Society, Inc. (ENPRESS)||Outstanding Female TV Host for a Musical or Variety Show "It's Showtime"||Nominated|
- Karylle’s Official Website
- Karylle at the Internet Movie Database
- Interview with Health Today Online
- Ligaw Liham Official Website
- Belen, W.M. (23 September 2011). "Zia Quizon–another beauty and brains enters showbiz". The Manila Times. Retrieved 4 October 2012.
- "How Nicole came into Dolphy's life". 17 July 2012. ABS CBN News. Retrieved 5 March 2013.
- "Karylle - Bio, Albums, Songs and Lyrics - OPM Filipino Music". Filipinomusica.com. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "Karylle says it's 'time for letting go' | The Freeman >> The Freeman Sections >> Cebu Entertainment". Philstar.com. 2009-03-20. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "Ligaw Liham". Ligaw Liham. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- Santos, Manila P. (2009-01-03). "Rafael Rosell idolizes ‘Habang May Buhay’ co-star Judy Ann Santos". ABS-CBN.com. Retrieved 2009-01-30.
- "Karylle Opens Up Her Bag To Cosmo | Style & Beauty - What's in My Bag?". Cosmo.ph. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- [dead link]
- "Rising star | The Philippine Star >> Other STAR Sections >> Allure". Philstar.com. 2009-08-16. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "No, nobody can hold us down | The Philippine Star >> News >> Entertainment". Philstar.com. 2007-07-19. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "From ‘business-business’ to real business | The Philippine Star >> News >> Entertainment". Philstar.com. 2007-12-16. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "Come out & play | The Philippine Star >> News >> Entertainment". Philstar.com. 2008-05-18. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "From Manila to Mt. Everest and back… and back again | The Philippine Star >> News >> Entertainment". Philstar.com. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "Taking you where it happens, as it happens | The Philippine Star >> News >> Entertainment". Philstar.com. 2008-08-10. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- "♥Loyse♥ - Things about West Side you don’t know". Kayceedrew.multiply.com. 2008-10-12. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- [dead link]
- "Suma-sideline | The Philippine Star >> News >> Entertainment". Philstar.com. 2010-08-02. Retrieved 2011-05-02.