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Angel Locsin
Angel Locsin at the premiere of Love Me Again in LA, December 2008.jpg
Angel Locsin at the premiere of Love Me Again in LA. (2008)
Born
Angelica Locsin Colmenares

(1985-04-23) April 23, 1985 (age 34)
Santa Maria, Bulacan, Philippines
OccupationActress, model, film producer, fashion designer
Years active2002–present
AgentGMA Artist Center (2002–2007)
Star Magic (2002–2007)
ABS-CBN Entertainment (2007–present)
Websitehttp://www.angellocsin.com.ph

Angelica Locsin Colmenares[1] (born April 23, 1985) is a Filipina television and film actress, commercial model, film producer and fashion designer.[2] Early ABS-CBN 2002, She came to prominence for her television roles as Alwina in the 2004 fantasy-themed television series Mulawin and as the superheroine Darna in the TV adaptation of the Mars Ravelo eponymous comic. Locsin was a contract artist of GMA Network up to early 2007 until she transferred to its rival network, ABS-CBN.[1] She then starred as Lyka in the television series Lobo, which earned her an International Emmy Award nomination for best performance. She later on starred in blockbuster films In The Name Of Love and One More Try for which she garnered critical acclaim for both performances. The two films earned Locsin the Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year and the Box-Office Entertainment Award for Film Actress of the Year, winning both awards two consecutive years. In 2013, she won the FAMAS Award and the Film Academy of the Philippines Award for best actress for her performance in One More Try.[3]

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Early life and education

Locsin was born on April 23, 1985 in Santa Maria, Bulacan. Since the age of 14, she has lived with her father, Angelo Colmenares, and has had no contact with her mother.[why?][citation needed] She studied at St James College in Quezon City for her primary education and finished high school at the University of Santo Tomas High School in Manila. In August 2007, she attended a short-course for fashion design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Despite being of Christian faith, she is a part of a Muslim Royal Family in Marawi City in the province of Lanao del Sur through her mother.[clarification needed]

Early work (2001–2004)

Locsin was discovered at a shopping center by a talent scout.[1] She then auditioned for several commercials and was supposed to be a part of ABS-CBN's Star Circle Batch 9, but failed to sign a contract because her father opposed the idea.[citation needed] Later, she became a contract star of GMA Artist Center, first appearing on the second season of the teen-oriented series, Click and was also included in the cast of Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw.[citation needed]

Breakthrough and Early ABS-CBN and GMA Network (2004–2007)

Locsin at the Manila International Airport in 2007.

In August 2004, Locsin starred in the fantasy-themed TV series Mulawin, alongside Richard Gutierrez, wherein she portrayed, "Alwina", one of the two main protagonists.[1] The show was a huge success and received high ratings until its finale on March 2005.[1][4]

Following the success of Mulawin, Locsin was cast in the title role as Darna in the 2005 fantasy-themed TV series of the same name. The show was also highly regarded by the public, gaining immensely high ratings and surpassing the records set by her previous TV show. Darna's pilot week average is 50.08% and its highest rating was 52.1% while the lowest was 33.3%.

Locsin starred in another fantasy-themed TV series, Majika, together with Dennis Trillo, which was aired from March to September 2006. She played the role of Sabina, a seemingly ordinary girl who lived in the world of mortals but is unknowingly the one destined to become the most powerful female magician. Afterwards, she was cast in Asian Treasures, opposite Robin Padilla. It was the first Philippine TV series that was shot in multiple countries such as Mongolia, Thailand and China. The show was aired from January to June 2007. Both shows were also well received.[1]

ABS-CBN (2007–present)

Angel Locsin in Toronto in 2014 for the "One Kapamilya Go".

In August 2007, Locsin signed a two-year exclusive contract with ABS-CBN.[5] Her first acting appearance with the network was via Maalaala Mo Kaya in the episode "Pilat". Her performance gained her the Star Award for TV for Best Single Performance by an Actress. By January 2008, she launched her first drama series with the network entitled Lobo, together with Piolo Pascual in the lead role. She earned an International Emmy Award for Best Performance by an Actress nomination for her performance in the series. She also received an Ani ng Dangal Award for her iEmmy nomination and another Ani ng Dangal Award for Lobo's international recognition in BANFF Canada. In 2009, Locsin starred in the top-rated TV series, Only You, a Philippine remake of the Korean drama of the same title aired by SBS Korea in 2005. She starred alongside Sam Milby and Diether Ocampo. The show was directed by Rory Quintos and was the 3rd Most Watched TV Series of 2009 based on TNS survey.

Later in 2010, she starred in the TV series Imortal, the sequel to her earlier work, Lobo, together with John Lloyd Cruz. It was directed by Chito Roño. The shows website had 15 million hits in just 3 months. It had a game entitled "Pangil" and webisodes downloaded in a weekly basis. It won an Anvil and Quill Award.

In 2011, she became a guest star in the comedy sitcom, Toda Max. However, her guesting eventually turned into a regular stint.[6]

In 2014, Locsin returns to primetime TV after three years through the hit series, The Legal Wife, together with Jericho Rosales, Maja Salvador and JC de Vera. The series was directed by Dado C. Lumibao and Rory Quintos.[7][8][9] Due to high ratings, the show helped in dropping the crime rate as reported by PNP.

Locsin also became a Pilipinas Got Talent judge. She happened to have two Maalaala Mo Kaya two-part episodes, one SAF tribute and one Mother's Day Special. In 2017, she guested in La Luna Sangre as Lia. Angel Locsin Is Temptation Of An Angel With Dennis Trillo & Patrick Fiori

Films

Angel Locsin in 2008.

Locsin's first film appearance was in 2000 via Ping Lacson Supercop, wherein she played the role of a young Robina Gokongwei. She later on made a cameo appearance in Mano Po 2 in 2003 and starred in the teen-oriented movie Kuya in 2004 as well as in the comedy film Singles. Also, she starred in the drama film Mano Po III: My Love and in the horror film Sigaw which were both entries to the 2004 Metro Manila Film Festival.

In 2005, Locsin with Richard Gutierrez starred in the romantic film Let the Love Begin, released under GMA Films. She and Gutierrez also reprised their roles as Alwina and Aguiluz in the movie adaptation of the TV series Mulawin, which was an entry to the 2005 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Early in 2006, Locsin starred in the romantic movie I Will Always Love You. She also starred in the horror film TxT and in the romantic drama-comedy film Mano Po 5. The latter was an entry to the 2006 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Locsin reunited with Gutierrez in the romantic drama film The Promise in 2007 where their roles were considered more mature than the previous films they both starred in. She had also produced her own film entitled Angels, which was shown in theaters on April 2007.

In 2009, she starred in the movie Love Me Again together with Piolo Pascual in the lead titles and made a cameo in the romantic comedy film, My Amnesia Girl in 2010.

Locsin gained critical acclaim in her 2011 drama film with Aga Muhlach, In the Name of Love. Her performance garnered her several accolades including the Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year, the Gawad PASADO Award for Pinakapasadong Aktres, and a nomination for best actress at the FAMAS Awards.

She reunited with John Lloyd Cruz in the romantic comedy film Unofficially Yours in 2012 and then starred, together with Dingdong Dantes and Angelica Panganiban in the drama film One More Try, Star Cinema's entry to the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival. Locsin's performance in the latter was highly praised by film critics and media personalities and earned her the Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year for the second year in a row, the FAMAS Award for Best Actress and the Film Academy of the Philippines Award for Best Actress.

In 2016, she was awarded by both mainstream and indie film enthusiasts as she received #LifePeg or Lifetime Achievement Award from Star Cinema and Aktres ng Dekada Award from Inding- Indie Awards. She also starred opposite Vilma Santos in Everything About Her and won Best Supporting Actress in the 1st Eddy Editor's Choice Awards. She also had an LGBT- themed movie The Third Party in which she play the title role. She is set to star in a Star Cinema movie entitled "Wife, Husband, Wife" and this will be her reunion movie with Richard Gutierrez and Angelica Panganiban.

Personal life

On April 23, 2007, Locsin celebrated her birthday with GABRIELA Foundation, an NGO that supports women and children. On April 20, 2008, Locsin organized a gift-giving to the less fortunate children in Payatas, Quezon City and gave poor children food, clothing and other basic needs. It was her birthday gift supported by her sponsors.

On June 29, 2019, Locsin announced in an Instagram post about her engagement to her boyfriend, movie producer Neil Arce.

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Click Charley
Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Mariella
2003 Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin Mariella
Twin Hearts Sweetheart
Love To Love Chara/Charina Episode: "Kissing Beauty"
2004 All Together Now Tetet
SOP Herself/Host
Magpakailanman Jhunnalyn dela Peña Episode: "Sa Kabila ng Kanyang Pamamaalam"
Mulawin Alwina
Habang May Buhay Mahal Maria Najimi
2005 Initial D Fourth Stage Kyoko Iwase Voice only
Darna Darna/Narda
2006 Majika Sabina
Tokyuu Shirei Solbrain Reiko Higuchi Voice only
2007 Asian Treasures Gabriella Agoncillo
2007–present ASAP Performer/Host
2007 Maalaala Mo Kaya Melody Episode: "Pilat"
2008 Lobo Lyka Raymundo-Ortega
2009 Only You Jillian Mendoza
Maalaala Mo Kaya Nemie Episode: "Blusa"
2010 Imortal Lia Ortega-Rodriguez/Lyka Raymundo-Ortega
Maalaala Mo Kaya Jenna Episode: "Litrato"
2011 100 Days to Heaven Tagabantay (a nurse)
2011–2013 Toda Max Isabel Padausdos
2012 Wansapanataym Abby Episode: "Ang Kulay ng Pasko"
2013 It's Showtime Herself/Host
Maalaala Mo Kaya Mildred Episode: "Mask"
2014 The Legal Wife[10] Monica Santiago-de Villa
Promil Pre-school i-Shine Talent Camp Mentor/ Teacher
2015 Maalaala Mo Kaya Suzette Tucay Episode: "Plano"
2- Part Tribute Episode to The Fallen 44
2016 Pilipinas Got Talent (season 5) Judge
2017 Maalaala Mo Kaya Roma Tarub "Picture" (Main antagonist)
Samina "Kotse- kotsehan"
Mulawin vs. Ravena Alwina Brief appearance/archive footage from the movie.
La Luna Sangre Amalia "Lia" Rodriguez
Jacintha Magsaysay
Special Participation
Lead Cast / Protagonist / Antagonist
2018 Pilipinas Got Talent Judge
2019 Kadenang Ginto Concern Citizen Cameo appearance
The General's Daughter Rhian Bonifacio

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Ping Lacson: Supercop Young Robina Gokongwei Credited as Angelica Culmonares
2003 Mano Po 2 Melissa Metro Manila Film Festival Entry
2004 Kuya Barbs
Singles Sam
Sigaw Pinky
Mano Po III: My Love Eliza Metro Manila Film Festival Entry
2005 Let the Love Begin Patricia P124 Million (Estimated Domestic Gross)
Mulawin: The Movie Alwina Metro Manila Film Festival Entry
2006 I Will Always Love You Cecille P100 million (Estimated Domestic Gross)
TxT Joyce
Mano Po 5: Gua Ai Di Charity
2007 The Promise Andrea de Vera
Angels Angie Also producer
Segment: "Angel of Mine"
2009 Love Me Again Arah
2010 My Amnesia Girl MMA Fighter Cameo
2011 In The Name Of Love Mercedes "Cedes" Fernandez P117 Million ( Estimated Domestic Gross)
2012 Unofficially Yours Princess Bricenio P157 Million (Estimated Domestic Gross)
One More Try Grace P213 Million (Estimated Domestic Gross)

Metro Manila Film Festival Entry

2013 Four Sisters and a Wedding Alexandra Camille "Alex" Salazar P145 Million (Estimated Domestic Gross)
2014 The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin Young Lilibeth Santos Cameo
2016 Everything About Her Jaica Domingo P208 Million (Estimated Total Gross)
The Third Party Andi Medina P110 Million (Estimated Total Gross)

Awards Received

Angel Locsin is a Filipina television and film actress, commercial model, film producer and fashion designer. Throughout her career, she won multiple acting awards from FAMAS Award, PMPC Star Awards for Movies, The EDDYS, Luna Award among others. She also won award as a Humanitarian, Brand Endorser and Commercial Model. She is one of the very few Filipina to be honored twice by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts Ani ng Dangal.

2BU! Click Awards

2BU! is a segment of Philippine Daily Inquirer for the young bloods and they garner nominations from their readers across the country on who they think are the most clickable people and stuffs.

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2006 Angel Locsin Most Clickable Girl[11] Won

Alta Media Icon Awards

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, in celebration of its Founding Anniversary, recognized outstanding individuals, programs, and other entities in the field of mass media during its first ever ALTA Media Icon Awards, a Student’s Choice award-giving body,

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 Angel Locsin Most Influential Female TV Personality Won

Anak TV Seal Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2006 Angel Locsin Makabata Star Awardee Won
2007 Won
2008 Won[12]
2009 Won
2010 Won
2011 Won
2012 Won
2013 Won
2014 Makabata Star Hall of Fame[13] Won

ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2007 Angel Locsin and Richard Gutierrez Pop Movie Loveteam Won[14]
2008 Angel Locsin Pop Female Fashionista Won[15]
Pop Cover Girl Won
2010 "Magkaibang Mundo" – Hale Pop Celebrity Cameo in a Music Video Won[16]
2011 "Beautiful Girl" – Christian Bautista Won[17]

Asia-Pacific Film Festival

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2017 Everything About Her Best Supporting Actress Won[18]

Asian Star Entertainment Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Lobo (TV series) Outstanding Actress Won
Angel Locsin Outstanding Commercial Model Won[19]

Box Office Entertainment Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2005 Angel Locsin Princess of Philippine Movie and Television Won[20]
2008 Box Office Princess of Philippine Movies Won[21]
2012 In the Name of Love (2011 film) Movie Actress of the Year Won[22]
2013 One More Try (film) Won[23]

Bulacan State University Batarisan Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2018 La Luna Sangre Best Drama Actress Won[24]

Bulgar 20th Anniversary

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2012 Angel Locsin Most Popular Showbiz Personality Won

Celebrity Style Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Angel Locsin Star Humanitarian Award (Sagip Kapamilya) Won[25]

Cinema One’s Kinse Viewers’ Choice Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2009 Angel Locsin Sexiest Female in the Philippine Cinema Won[26]

Cosmopolitan Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 Angel Locsin Women Of Influence Awardees Won[27]

De La Salle Araneta University Gawad Lasallianeta

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2017 Angel Locsin Most Outstanding TV Actress Won[28]
2020 Angel Locsin Most Influential Female Celebrity Pending[29]
The General's Daughter (TV series) Most Outstanding Female Lead Dramatic Actress Won[29]

Eastern Visayas State University Students' Choice Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2018 La Luna Sangre Most Influential Actress Won[30]

Edukcircle Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2014 The Legal Wife Best TV Drama Actress Won[31]
2015 Angel Locsin Most Influential Celebrity Endorser Won[30]
2016 Won[32]
2017 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kotse-Kotsehan Best Actress in a Single Drama Performance Won[33]
2019 Angel Locsin Most Influential Celebrity Endorser Nominated[34]
The General's Daughter Best Actress in a Television Series Won[34]

Entertainment Editors Eddy's Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2017 Everything About Her Best Supporting Actress Won[35]

FAMAS Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2005 Angel Locsin German Moreno Youth Achievement Award Won[36]
Miss Popularity Award Won
2012 One More Try (film) Best Actress Won[37]

FHM Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2005 Angel Locsin World's Sexiest Woman Won[38]
2010 Won[39]

Female Network

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2011 Angel Locsin and Phil Younghusband Sexiest Showbiz Couple Won[40]

Film Academy of the Philippines Luna Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2013 One More Try (film) Best Actress Won[41]

Film Development Council of the Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2018 Everything About Her Ambassador for Actors in Film Won[42]

Film Development Council of the Philippines Sine Sandaan

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 Angel Locsin Leading Lady ng Sentenaryo Won[43]

FMTM Awards for Television

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Imortal Top Excellence- Actress Won[44]

Forbes Asia's 13th annual Heroes of Philanthropy list

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 Angel Locsin 30 Outstanding Altruists" in Asia-Pacific Won[45]

Gawad Filipino Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 The General's Daughter Natatanging Filipina sa Larangan ng Pag- Arte Won[46]
2020 Angel Locsin Ambassador for Peace and a Humanitarian Advocate Won[47]

Gawad OFW Parangal

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2014 The Legal Wife Best TV Actress Won[19]

Gawad Pasado Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2011 In the Name of Love (2011 film) PINAKAPASADOng Aktres Won[48]
2014 Four Sisters and a Wedding PINAKAPASADOng Katuwang na Aktres Won[49]

Gawad Tanglaw

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2015 The Legal Wife Best TV Actress Won[50]
2018 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kotse-kotsehan Best Actress in a Single Performance Won
Angel Locsin Gawad Parangal para sa adbokasiya sa kababaihan at lipunan Won[51]

GEMS Hiyas ng Sining Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2018 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kotse-kotsehan Best Actress in a Single Performance Won[52]

Gilas Parangal

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2014 Angel Locsin Outstanding Citizen of Quezon City (2nd District) Won[53]

Gintong Kabataan Award (Bulacan)

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2018 Angel Locsin Gintong Kabataan Award Won[54]

Google Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2007 Angel Locsin Top Searched Pinay Won[38]
2011 Top Searched Personality Won[38]

Holy Angel University Paragala Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2014 The Legal Wife Best TV Actress Won[55]

Inding-Indie Short Film Festival

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2016 Angel Locsin Pinakamahusay na Aktres ng Dekada[56] Won
2017 Pinakahuwarang Artista ng Taon Won[57]

International Emmy Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2009 Lobo (TV series) Best Actress Nominated[58]

Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas Golden Dove Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2018 MMK: Kotse-Kotsehan Best Drama Actress Won[59]

Kapisanan ng mga Kamag-anak at Migranteng Manggagawang Pilipino, Inc.(KAKAMMPI)

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2014 The Legal Wife Best TV Actress Won[60]

Lyceum of the Philippines University Umalohokan Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2014 Angel Locsin Best TV Personality Won[61]

Maxim Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Angel Locsin Hottest Woman in the Philippines Won[62]

Mega Magazine

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2009 Angel Locsin Most Beautiful Woman Won[63]
2017 MEGA's 25 Most Iconic Women Won[64]

Meg Top Choice Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2009 Angel Locsin Supper Stunner Award Won[65]
2012 Top Youth Icon (Female) Won[66]

Metro Magazine

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Angel Locsin Power Women Won[67]
2018 Most Influential Online Sensations Won[68]

Mindanao State University Kabantugan Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 The General's Daughter Most Favorite TV Actress Won[69]

Movie Writers Welfare Foundation (MWWF) Gintong Palad Service Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2013 Angel Locsin Gintong Palad Awardee Won[70]
2014 Won[71]

MTV Australia

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2016 Angel Locsin Sexiest Nationalities in the World Won[72]

Myx Music Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2011 "Magkaibang Mundo" – Hale Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video Won[73]

National Commission for Culture and the Arts Ani ng Dangal

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Angel Locsin Multimedia Award for International Recognition Won[74]
2018 Ani ng Dangal: Cinema Won[75]

Nickelodeon Philippines Kids' Choice Awards

The Nickelodeon Philippines Kids' Choice Awards is an annual awards show which brought honors this year's biggest TV and sports personalities voted by kids and teenagers through text and online voting. Nickelodeon, an American cable television network, brought Kids' Choice Awards to the Philippines in an effort to strengthen its presence in Asia.

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2007 Angel Locsin Pinoy Wannabe Award Won[76]

Northwest Samar State University Students’ Choice Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2015 The Legal Wife Best Actress for a Primetime Teleserye Won[77]

People Asia

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Angel Locsin 8 Most Beautiful Women Won[78]
2012 People of the Year Won[79]

PEP

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2007 Angel Locsin Top Celebrity Endorsers of 2007 5th[80]
2012 Most bankable fashion cover girls of 2012 1st[81]

PEP List Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2014 Angel Locsin Thumbs Up Award Won[82]

PMPC Star Award for Movie

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2012 In the Name of Love (2011 film) Movie Actress of the Year Won[83]
Angel Locsin Miss Great Shape Personality Won
2013 One More Try (film) Movie Actress of the Year Won[84]

PMPC Star Awards for Television

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Pilat Best Single Performance By An Actress: Won[85]
2019 The General's Daughter Best Drama Actress Won[86]
Angel Locsin TV Queen at the turn of the Millennium Won[86]

PUSH Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2018 Angel Locsin PUSH Inspiration Award Won[87]

Rawr Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2015 Angel Locsin Advocate of the Year Won[88]
2018 Won[89]
2019 Won
Actress of the Year Won
Favorite Bida of the Year Won

Rotary Wheel Celebrity Awards

The Rotary Club of Manila Fort Santiago (RCMF), in coordination with the Aliw Awards Foundation Inc. (AAFI), the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) and Soroptimist International Las Piñas Central will honor celebrities who rendered outstanding public service in their particular fields will be honored.

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 Angel Locsin Emy Abuan Memorial Awards[90] Won

Sisa Media Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Blusa Outstanding Featured Female Character/s in a Drama Program Won[91]

Spot Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Angel Locsin 10 Most Charitable Filipino Celebrities 5th[92]

Starbuzz Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2017 Angel Locsin Best Actress for Television Won[93]

Star Cinema Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2015 Angel Locsin New Media Female Darling Won[94]

Star Cinema Online Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2016 Angel Locsin #LifePeg Award (Lifetime Achievement Award) Won[95]

Starmometer

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2006 Angel Locsin Most Beautiful Woman in the Philippines Won
2007 Won
2008 Won
Covergirl of the Year Won
2009 Most Beautiful Woman in the Philippines Won
2010 Won
Covergirl of the Year Won
2011 Won
2013 Most Beautiful Woman in the Philippines Won
2014 Won
2015 Won

Star Studio

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Angel Locsin Sexiest Woman Won[96]
2011 Won[97]

Stylebible Star Style Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2009 Angel Locsin 2009's Hottest Billboard in the Philippines Won[98]

Synergy Business Consultancy

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Angel Locsin Most Credible Celebrity Endorsers Included[99]

Supreme to the Extreme Award

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Angel Locsin Road Distraction Award Won[100]

TNS Kantar

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2012 Angel Locsin Most Favorite Actress Won[101]

TV Series Craze Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Angel Locsin Leading Lady of the Year Won[102]
2011 Won[102]
2014 Won[102]

Twitter Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2013 Angel Locsin Most Tweeted Celebrity Won[103]

UN Youth Association of the Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2009 Angel Locsin Outstanding Youth Leadership Award Won[104]

UNO Magazine

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2015 Angel Locsin Manila's Sexiest Woman Won[105]

Us Girls' fashion & Style Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2010 Angel Locsin Icon Award Won[106]

USTv Students' Choice Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2013 Angel Locsin Best TV Personality Won[107]

Village Pipol Choice Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 The General's Daughter Best TV Actress Pending[108]

Yahoo! OMG! Awards

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2011 Angel Locsin Most Alluring Female Body Won
Angel Locsin and Phil Younghusband Favorite Real-Life Couple Won[109]
2012 In the Name of Love (2011 film) Actress of the Year Won[110]
Angel Locsin and Phil Younghusband It Couple of the Year Won
2013 One More Try (film) Actress of the Year Won[111]

Yahoo! Philippines

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Angel Locsin Top Searched Celebrity Won[112]

Yes! (Philippine magazine)

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2007 Angel Locsin 100 Most Beautiful Stars Won[113]
2010 Won[114]
2011 Won[115]
2012 Won[116]
2014 Won[117]
2017 Won[118]
2018 Won[119]

Yes! 20 Most Influential Celebrity Netizens

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2012 Angel Locsin Most Influential Celebrity Netizens Won[120]

YouGov

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 Angel Locsin Most Admired Woman in Philippines Won[121]

Young Educators' Convergence of SoCCSKSarGen Inc, (YECS) Aral Parangal

Year Nominated Work Category Result
2019 The General's Daughter Best TV Actress[77] Won

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