Coney Reyes

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Coney Reyes-Nubla
Born Constancia Angeline Reyes
(1953-05-27) May 27, 1953 (age 63)
Metro Manila, Philippines
Occupation Actress, TV host and producer
Years active 1974-present
Spouse(s) Larry Mumar (m. ???? - ????)
Eric Nubla (m. ???? - present)

Constancia Angeline Reyes (born May 27, 1953), better known by her screen name Coney Reyes-Nubla is an award-winning Philippine film and television actress, television host and producer with Chinese and Spanish descent. She has been one of the co-presenters of Student Canteen (1975–1982) and Eat Bulaga! (1982–1992).

Early years[edit]

She earned a degree of Bachelor of Arts major in Communication Arts at Maryknoll College (now Miriam College). Reyes was a student leader and consistent dean's lister during her college days.

Show business debut, Student Canteen and Eat Bulaga[edit]

Reyes made her movie debut in Return of the Dragon in 1975. She hosted for Student Canteen since its first airing on GMA Network in 1975. In 1982, Reyes left Student Canteen for Eat Bulaga on RPN. Chiqui Hollmann filled the slot Reyes vacated. Reyes's hosting stint with Eat Bulaga opened more opportunities for her and she has co-starred with Dolphy, Fernando Poe Jr., Vilma Santos, Lorna Tolentino, Maricel Soriano, Helen Vela, Aiza Seguerra and Vic Sotto among others in several movies and TV programs.

Coney Reyes on Camera and beyond[edit]

Her weekend afternoon drama anthology Coney Reyes on Camera (1984–1998), which she was also a producer, was one of the successful top-rating programs aired on Saturday afternoons and brought home several awards and citations including PMPC Star Awards for TV, Catholic Mass Media Awards and the CAMACOP. In 1994, she hosted the drama trilogy Three Who Dare with broadcaster Mari Kaimo. The trilogy was produced by CBN Asia for the Holy Week.

In 1999, Reyes co-starred with Ronaldo Valdez, Jericho Rosales and Kristine Hermosa (in their first team-up) in a weekly family drama Ang Munting Paraiso.

She has appeared in programs like Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka (2001-2003), Ysabella (2007-2008), Rubi (2010) and 100 Days to Heaven (2011) (her first leading role in TV appearance since Biyudo si Mister, Biyuda si Misis in 1997). In 2013, Reyes made an appearance in a teleserye Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala, (2013) working again with Judy Ann Santos, and a movie Four Sisters and A Wedding portraying the mother of the lead characters.

40th year of show business and return to GMA[edit]

After a 25-year entertainment career mostly with ABS-CBN, she moved back to GMA Network in May 2014 upon the invitation of Redgie Acuña Magno, executive vice-president for drama. Her return to GMA made a timing in celebrating 40 years of her show business career. She is portraying Sonia (mother of Anthony Real, which is played by Dingdong Dantes) in Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real.

Back Again to ABS-CBN 2[edit]

In the last quarter of 2014, she transferred back on ABS-CBN to star on the former Kapamilya TV series Nathaniel, with Gerald Anderson, Marco Antonio Masa, Shaina Magdayao and Isabelle Daza.[1]

Personal life[edit]

A born-again Christian, Reyes co-hosts with Peter Kairuz in The 700 Club Asia which shows on weeknights on GMA News TV (formerly QTV) at 11:00 pm. She is an active member and a discipleship group leader of Victory Christian Fellowship.

She is also a mother to L.A. and Carla (with former husband, former basketball player Larry Mumar), and Vico (with ex-partner Vic Sotto).

Filmography[edit]

  • "Four Sisters and a Wedding" (2013)
  • "And I Love You So" (2009) as Kate Cruz
  • "Biyudo si Daddy, Biyuda si Mommy (1997)
  • "Good Morning, Titser" (1988)
  • "Bomba Arrienda" (1985)
  • "Muling Buksan ang Puso" (1985)
  • "Ano Ka Hilo?" (1985)
  • "Ang Padrino" (1984)
  • "Lovingly Yours, Helen: The Movie" (1984)
  • "Daddy's Little Darlings" (1984)
  • "Bago Kumalat ang Kamandag" (1983)
  • "Pedring Taruc" (1982)
  • "Adiong Bulutong" (1981)
  • "Takbo, Peter, Takbo!" (1981)
  • "Aguila at Falcon" (1980)
  • "Peter Maknat" (1980)
  • "Mga Anting-anting ni Ompong"
  • "Nagbabagang Asero" (1977)
  • "Basta't Isipin Mong Mahal Kita" (1975)
  • "Bornebol: Special Agent" (1974)
  • "7 Crazy Dragons" (1974)
  • "The Return of the Dragon" (1974)

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Type of Role Network
2017 My Dear Heart Margaret Supporting Role ABS-CBN
2015 Nathaniel Angela "A.V.L." Villanueva-Laxamana Supporting role / Antagonist
2014 Startalk Herself Guest GMA Network
Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real Sonia V. Real Supporting role
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kwintas Angie Episode guest ABS-CBN
2013 Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala Helena Diomedes Supporting role / Antagonist
2012 Wansapanataym: Bye, Bye Bangungot Mamu Episode guest
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Stuffed Toy Lola Joy
2011 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Stroller Mila
100 Days To Heaven Madam Anna Manalastas Main role / Protagonist
2010 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Cross-Stitch Amelita Episode guest
Rubi Elisa Ferrer Supporting role / Antagonist
2009 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Tattoo Nadz Episode guest
2007-2008 Ysabella Victoria Amarillo Supporting role / Antagonist
2001-2003 Sa Puso Ko, Iingatan Ka Mayla Lizandro-Montecillo Supporting role
1999-2002 Ang Munting Paraiso Margarita Dionisio Main role / Protagonist
1996–present The 700 Club Asia Herself Host GMA Network
ABS-CBN
QTV
GMA News TV
1984-1999 Coney Reyes on Camera Lead Star/Host/Producer RPN
ABS-CBN
1982-1992 Eat Bulaga Host
1981 Coney Reyes Mumar on the Set Lead Star/Producer GMA Network
1977 Coney Reyes-Mumar Drama Studio
1975-1982 Student Canteen Host

Awards[edit]

Year Group Category Work Result
1983 Metro Manila Film Festival [2] Best Actress Bago Kumalat ang Kamandag Won
2008 22nd PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actress Ysabella Nominated
2011 Eastwood City Walk of Fame Celebrity Inductee Actress, TV Host Won
2015 29th PMPC Star Awards for TV Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award Actress, TV Host Won

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