Eula Valdez

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This name uses Philippine naming customs. The middle name or maternal family name is Amorsolo and the surname or paternal family name is Valdez.
Eula Valdez
Eula Valdez.jpg
Born Julia Amorsolo Valdez
(1968-12-11) December 11, 1968 (age 48)
San Miguel, Manila, Philippines[1]
Nationality Filipino
Occupation Actress
Years active 1983–present

Julia "Eula" Amorsolo Valdez (born December 11, 1968) is a Filipina actress, best known for her role as Amor Powers in the original version of Pangako Sa ’Yo (2000) and as Janice in the Bagets film series (1984).

Early life[edit]

Eula Valdez was born at Singian Clinic (later became Singian Hospital) on December 11, 1968 in San Miguel, Manila to Estanislao Fermin Valdes (March 28, 1920 in Gapan, Nueva Ecija - March 24, 1988)[2] and Gracia Jorge Amorsolo (November 24, 1927 in Binondo, Manila - February 5, 2004 in Las Piñas).[3][1][4] Her maternal grandfather was Filipino painter Fernando Amorsolo.

Career[edit]

Popularity[edit]

Valdez became part of the series Marinella starring Camille Prats, Shaina Magdayao and Serena Dalrymple but she gained more popularity during her portrayal as "Amor de Jesus-Powers" in the ABS-CBN television series Pangako Sa ’Yo in 2000 starring Kristine Hermosa, Jericho Rosales and Jean Garcia. In the series she played one of the protagonists who also acting as an antagonist while the series developed. In 2003, she was cast as Mira B. Cordero in the drama series Darating ang Umaga created by Jose Javier Reyes, but the series garnered low ratings. In 2005 she joined Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba playing Lourdes Saavedra.

In 2007 she starred in the TV series Maria Flordeluna, and after the ending of the series she did a follow-up series on ABS-CBN's rival network titled Kamandag aired on GMA Network starring Richard Gutierrez. Since then she became part of GMA Network's female lead actress and starred in multiple series such All About Eve, the short-lived Saturday paranormal series E.S.P. and LaLola. In 2009, she went back to ABS-CBN to do the primetime hit series The Wedding, then in 2010 The Last Prince and the afternoon series Koreana. In 2011, Eula was part of the remake of Mula Sa Puso as her comeback project to ABS-CBN where she played Selina Matias (originally portrayed by Princess Punzalan based on the 1997 primetime drama series of the same name). On the 20th anniversary of MMK, she is the most featured actress with the most episodes (32 episodes, as of 2014) and she was hailed "MMK Queen". In 2012, as her comeback as a contract artist she plays Olivia La Peña-San Juan on the film remake turned TV series Mundo Man ay Magunaw which was originally portrayed by Susan Roces and will be Black Lily at the book two of Walang Hanggan.

In 2015, PEP.com reported that Valdez would return to GMA Network to join the television series The Half Sisters.

Awards[edit]

  • 1998 - Highly Commended in Asian TV Awards in Singapore (MMK: Talaarawan)
  • 2001 - Star Awards Best Actress in a Drama Series (Pangako Sa ’Yo)
  • 2002 - Jose Rizal Award of Excellence Top Enterntainer Award as Best Actress (Pangako Sa ’Yo)
  • 2003 - Asian TV Awards Best Actress Nomination
  • 2003 - Asian TV Awards Best Actress in Singapore (MMK: Karinderia)
  • 2006 - Aliw Awards Best Actress in a musical (ZsaZsa Zaturnnah)
  • 2011 - Broadway World Philippines Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Nine)
  • 2015 - Young Critics Circle Best Performance (Dagitab)
  • 2015 - Gawad Urian Beft Actress (Dagitab)

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role(s) Type of Role Network
2016-present Hahamakin ang Lahat Ivy Tan Main role
GMA Network
2016 The Ryzza Mae Show Presents: Calle Siete Sheila Mabuhay-Sebastian Co-lead role
2015-2016 The Ryzza Mae Show Presents: Princess in the Palace President Leonora Clarissa "Leona" Jacinto-Gonzaga Main role
2015 Magpakailanman: Ang Huling Laro ng Aking Anak Rosalyn Episode guest
2015-2016 The Half Sisters Ysabel Zúñiga dela Rhea-Valdicañas Extended role / Antagonist
2014 Magpakailanman: Pusong Hindi Nakalimot Faith Episode guest
Elemento ---
Ilustrado Teodora "Doña Lolay" Alonzo y Mercado Supporting role
The Ryzza Mae Show Herself Guest appearance
Sana Bukas pa ang Kahapon Helena Salvador-Romero † Special participation
ABS-CBN
Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel Reyna Dyangga Supporting role / Antagonist
2013 Magpakailanman: Kislap ng Isang Parol Marissa Lopez Episode guest
GMA Network
Genesis Brenda Natividad Special participation
Kahit Nasaan Ka Man Theresa de Chavez Supporting role
Cassandra: Warrior Angel Larissa / Gloria Cruz Main role
TV5
Toda Max Dra. Yola Guest appearance
ABS-CBN
2012-2013 A Beautiful Affair Carlotta Pierro Supporting role
2012 Walang Hanggan Jean Bonifacio aka "Black Lily" † / Jane Bonifacio-Montenegro † Supporting role / Antagonist
Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw Luanne Duque Guest appearance
Mundo Man ay Magunaw Olivia "Olive" San Juan-La Peña Lead role
2011 Protégé: The Battle For The Big Break Herself/Judge Guest appearance
GMA Network
Ikaw Ay Pag-Ibig Ms. Castro Guest appearance / Antagonist
ABS-CBN
Showtime Herself/Judge Guest appearance
Mula sa Puso Selina Pereira-Matias † Main role / Antagonist
2010-2011 Koreana Violeta Salcedo-Jung
GMA Network
2010 The Last Prince Adela Supporting role
2009 The Wedding Audrey de Meñes
ABS-CBN
All About Eve Alma Bautista-Gonzales Main role
GMA Network
2008-2009 LaLola Susanna Fuentebella-Lobregat Supporting role / Antagonist
2007-2008 Carlo J. Caparas' Kamandag Alicia Main role
2007 Mga Mata ni Anghelita Bernice † Special participation
Maria Flordeluna Teacher Josephine "Jo" Espero-Alicante Co-lead role
ABS-CBN
2006 Star Circle Quest: Summer Kids Quest Herself/Quest Juror Guest appearance
2005-2006 Makuha Ka sa Tikim Herself Co-hostess
2005 Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba Lourdes Saavedra-de Vega Supporting role / Antagonist
2003-2004 Darating ang Umaga Mira Banal-Cordero Lead role
2000-2002 Pangako Sa 'Yo Amor de Jesus-Powers / Amor de Jesus-Buenavista Main role
1999 Mula sa Puso Criselda Pereira † Supporting role / Antagonist
1999-2000 Marinella Bebeng † Main role
1998-1999 Halik Sa Apoy Delia Extended role
GMA Network
1996-1997 Lyra Gina Monteverde Co-lead role
1995-1996 Familia Zaragoza Nimfa Special participation
ABS-CBN
1991-2014 Maalaala Mo Kaya Various (32 episodes) Recurring role
1991 Ready, Get Set Go! Herself Hostess

Movies[edit]

  • Enteng Kabisote 10 and the Abangers (2016) ... Ina Magenta
  • Dagitab (2014) ... Issey Tolentino
  • Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako (2012) ... Ina Magenta
  • Born To Love You (2012) ... Sylvia
  • Rosario (2010) ... Donya Adela
  • Working Girls (2010) ... Dr. Cleo Carillo
  • Ang Manghuhula (2009)
  • Rekados (2006)
  • Umaaraw, Umuulan (2006)
  • Nagmamahal, Kapamilya .... Louisa (2006)
  • Ina, Anak, Pamilya (2006)
  • Noon at Ngayon... Pagsasamang Kayganda (2003) .... Sylvia
  • Darating ang Umaga (2003) TV Series .... Mira Cordero
  • Di Kita Ma-reach (2001)
  • Pangako sa 'Yo (2000) TV Series .... Amor Powers
  • Marinella (1999) TV Series .... Bebeng
  • Gimik: The Reunion (1999)
  • Mula sa Puso: The Movie (1999) .... Criselda Pereira
  • Babae sa Bintana, Ang (1998)
  • Magandang Hatinggabi (1998) .... Carla
  • Pagdating ng Panahon (1998)
  • Ang Pulubi at ang Prinsesa (1997) .... Rosalie's Mom
  • Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin (1997)
  • Batang PX (1997)
  • Ikaw Pala ang Mahal Ko (1997)
  • Madrasta (1996) .... Luchi
  • Sana Maulit Muli (1995) .... Margie
  • Lagalag: The Eddie Fernandez Story (1994) .... Sara
  • Tumbasan mo ng Buhay (1993)
  • Dahil Mahal Kita (1993)
  • GMA Telecine Specials (1992)
  • Ready, Get Set, Go! (1992)
  • Barbi For President (1991)
  • Kapag Langit ang Humatol (1990) .... Nelia
  • Hindi Pahuhuli ng Buhay (1989)
  • Bala... Dapat kay Cris Cuenca, Public Enemy no. 1 (1989)
  • Rosenda (1989)
  • Buy One, Take One (1988)
  • Bukas Luluhod ang mga Tala (1984) .... Monette Estrella
  • Bagets 2 (1984) .... Janice
  • Hotshots (1984) .... Elaine
  • Bagets (1984) .... Janice

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Minahal Kita (I Loved You) (2008)

References[edit]

External links[edit]