Halina Perez

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Halina Perez
Born Vanessa Mae-Ann Uri
(1981-12-11)December 11, 1981
Santa Maria, Laguna, Philippines
Died March 4, 2004(2004-03-04) (aged 22)
Del Gallego, Camarines Sur
Cause of death Car crash
Resting place Santa Maria Catholic Cemetery, Santa Maria, Laguna
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000-2004

Halina Perez (December 11, 1981 – March 4, 2004) was a Filipino actress.

Life and career[edit]

Perez was born Vanessa Mae Ann Uri in Quezon City. She graduated from the Sta. Maria Academy School in Sta. Maria Laguna and enrolled at the Enverga University, before being transferred to Manila whereupon she embarked into show business. Perez appeared in erotic thrillers and comedies. Notable credits include Kiskisan (2003), Kasiping (along with Diana Zubiri) (2002), Balat Sibuyas (2002), Amorseko: Damong Ligaw (2001) and Ikapitong Gloria (2001).


On March 4, 2004, Perez attended the opening of a Konica photo store in Legazpi City. On their way back to Manila their van collided with a truck head-on at the boundary of Tagkawayan, Quezon and Camarines Norte. Perez' manager Isah Munio died at the scene. Perez broke her neck in the crash but was still breathing when rescuers pulled her out of the wreck. She was dead by the time she arrived at the hospital.[1] The remaining four victims survived. Perez was buried at the Santa Maria Catholic Cemetery in her home town in Santa Maria, Laguna.[2]



Year Title Role
2000 Alipin ng Tukso Liza
2001 Ika-Pitong Gloria
2001 Amorseko: Damong Ligaw
2002 Hinog sa Pilit: Sobra sa Tamis Diana
2002 Ligaya: Pantasya ng Bayan
2002 Biglang Liko Lerma
2002 Alyas Bomba Queen Vangie
2002 Tukaan Joanne
2002 Dalaginding
2002 Sex Files Nelia
2002 Kasiping Gilda
2003 Kiskisan Gemma
2003 Balat-Sibuyas Diana
2003 Asboobs: Asal Bobo Barba
2004 Kirot Sa Dibdib Serena Luna


  1. ^ Lorejo, Ronnie (March 5, 2004). Starlet killed in smashup. Philippine Daily Inquirer
  2. ^ Ponte, Pomulo O. (March 10, 2004). Haline Perez burial today. Philippine Daily Inquirer

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