Liza Soberano

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Liza Soberano
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Born Hope Elizabeth Soberano
(1998-01-04) January 4, 1998 (age 20)
Santa Clara, California, U.S.
Nationality Filipino American
Occupation
  • Actress
Years active 2011–present
Agent Star Magic (2011–present)
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Hope Elizabeth "Liza" Soberano (/ˈlzə/ LY-zə;[1] born January 4, 1998)[2] is a Filipino-American actress. She started in a range of television series and films, including Wansapanataym (2011), Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo (2012), She's the One (2013), Must Be... Love (2013). She rose to prominence after playing the protagonist Maria Agnes Calay in the romantic comedy television series Forevermore (2014–2015) with Enrique Gil. Since then, she has taken on starring roles with Gil in romantic comedy films Just The Way You Are and Everyday I Love You (2015), My Ex and Whys (2017), and the television series Dolce Amore (2016) and Bagani (2018). She is confirmed to star in Erik Matti's adaptation of Darna as the eponymous comic book superheroine. She is also named as Campaign Asia-Pacific's most popular endorser of 2017.

Early and personal life[edit]

Hope Elizabeth Soberano was born in Santa Clara, California, to a Filipino father John Castillo Soberano, and an American mother, Jacqulyn Elizabeth Hanley.[3][4] She was raised in Visalia, California, by her paternal grandparents when her parents separated.[5][6] In 2008 at the age of 10, she moved to Manila to live with her father and relatives.[7]

Soberano is a Roman Catholic.[8] She is a citizen of both the United States and the Philippines.[9]

Career[edit]

2011–2014: Beginnings[edit]

At the age of 12, after moving to Manila, she was offered jobs to model for print ads. At the age of 13, a talent scout spotted her and was introduced to Ogie Diaz, who is her current talent manager. Since she could not speak Tagalog at the time, her talent manager encouraged her to become fluent in the language so she can land good television and film projects.[2][10]

Soberano made her acting debut in the fantasy-drama, comedy anthology Wansapanataym (2011). She then had a minor role as Claire Raymundo in the defunct afternoon series Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo (2012). Soberano then played the role of Angel in Must Be... Love, Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo's premier movie. In 2013, she also starred as Gillian in She's the One with Bea Alonzo, Dingdong Dantes and Enrique Gil. A year later in 2014, she joined the primetime television series Got to Believe as Padilla's other love interest.[11]

2014–2015: Breakthrough[edit]

Soberano's breakthrough came in when she received her first leading role in the hit romantic comedy television series Forevermore (2014) as strawberry farmer Maria Agnes Calay alongside Enrique Gil, who played Alexander "Xander" Grande III, a hotel company heir who eventually becomes Agnes' love interest. The series' finale had rating of 39.3%.[12][13] The success of the TV series made Soberano and Gil gained popularity. [14][15][16]

Following the success of Forevermore, Soberano starred in the film based on the Wattpad book The Bet. The film adaptation, initially titled as the same name as its source material, and was renamed as Just The Way You Are (2015).[17][18][19][20] In October 2015, Soberano and Gil then starred in a romantic drama film with actor Gerald Anderson, Everyday, I Love You, directed by Mae Czarina Cruz-Alviar.[21][22][23]

2016–present: Rising popularity and success[edit]

In February 2016, Soberano starred in the romantic comedy melodrama series Dolce Amore. She portrays Serena Marchesa, a young girl raised in Italy by her adoptive parents. Though she lives a good life, she cannot shake off the feeling that an important part of her identity seems to s2016|work=The Standard|date=February 9, 2016}}</ref>

In August 2016, it was announced that Soberano had signed as the new face of Maybelline.[24]

In 2017, Soberano starred in the romantic comedy drama film My Ex and Whys opposite Enrique Gil. The film was directed by Cathy Garcia Molina, who had previously worked with them in Forevermore.[25] The film was released in February 2017, grossing ₱31.5 million on its first day. And made her won the GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Box Office Entertainment Award for Box Office Queen.[26]

In May 2017, Soberano confirmed that she would star as Darna in Erik Matti's upcoming film adaptation, which is set to be released later in the year. Angel Locsin was initially tapped by Matti to play the role, but backed out following a back injury.[27]

Public image[edit]

In August 2015, she was included in The Philippine Star Lifestyle "29 Most Bright & Beautiful" list as its 29th anniversary with an exhibit honoring 29 power women, alongside with power brokers, retail royalty, media mavens, stylist and women in the headlines.[28] Campaign Asia Magazine named Soberano as 2017 most popular endorser of the year.[29]

In 2018 YouGov an international Internet-based market research and data analytics firm, Soberano listed as the No.1 admired women in the Philippines.[30]

In the media[edit]

Since the rise of her career after the television series Forevermore, Soberano has been hailed as one of the most beautiful actresses in the Philippines, adored by fans and celebrities alike. International Dubai-based couture designer Michael Cinco who then wasn't familiar with Soberano nor her works remarked about her beauty on his Instagram account upon seeing her photo, while noted fashion and celebrity photographer Mark Nicdao dubbed Soberano as "The New Paraluman" on a post on his Instagram account, giving nod to the great Filipina actress Paraluman, who during her prime was noted for her beauty.[31]

Often described by the media as "one of Philippine television's most beautiful faces",[32] However Soberano said "I appreciated it, but sometimes that’s all they notice. I don't want them to remember me because I'm pretty." As for her, she wants to be recognized for her confidence and courage to take new roles in her career.[33]

Despite being a relatively newcomer to the industry, Soberano has been described by critics as a talented actress. Soberano's performance in the film Everyday, I Love You received positive reviews from critics; Peter P. Asilo of the Philippine Daily Inquirer said: "Soberano’s acting choices may need more texture and refinement—but, at only 17, lovely Liza is quickly coming into her own as a fine actress!"[34] Columnist Mario Bautista said: "We'll have no reservations in declaring that the prettiest, most refreshing, most captivating young actress." "Beautiful from any angle, she also acts competently, doing both her madcap as well as her dramatic scenes quite convincingly." "The camera just loves her and she doesn’t make any false move, whether she’s clowning around or getting to be so emotional." "She has an endearing screen presence and palpable charisma."[35] while Abby Mendoza of Pep.ph, regarding her performance, said: "it is Liza Soberano who particularly stands out—which isn’t to harp on her beautiful face on screen. She is a natural who displays the right restraint, pleasing to watch all the more since she doesn’t try too hard."[36]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Must Be... Love Angel Gomez Feature film debut
She's The One Gillian Supporting role
2015 Just The Way You Are Sophia Taylor Lead role
Everyday I Love You Audrey Locsin
2017 My Ex and Whys Calixta "Cali" Ferrer / Delilah
2018 Darna Darna / Narda Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Wansapanataym Mac Episode: "Mac Ulit-Ulit"
2012 Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo Claire Raymundo Credited as Hope Soberano
Maalaala Mo Kaya Young Gladys Episode: "Singsing"
2013–present ASAP Herself Co-host, performer
2013 Wansapanataym Dahlia Episode: "Flores De Yayo"
Maalaala Mo Kaya Una Episode: "Box"[37]
Luv U Pia Guest cast
2013–2014 Got to Believe Alexa "Alex" Rodrigo Extended role / Antagonist
2014 Maalaala Mo Kaya Aileen Episode: "Orasan"
2014–2015 Forevermore Maria Agnes Calay-Grande
2016 Dolce Amore Serena Marchesa-Ibarra / Monica Urtola Main role
2017 Maalaala Mo Kaya Pia Wurtzbach Episode: "Korona"
2018 Bagani Ganda Main role

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2013 27th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Female New TV Personality
Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo
Nominated [38]
2014 30th PMPC Star Awards for Movies New Movie Actress of the Year
Must Be... Love
Nominated [39]
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Female Cutie N/A Nominated [40]
1st Pep List Choice Awards Female Teen Star of the Year N/A Nominated [41]
Celebrity Pair of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
46th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Promising Female Star of the Year
Forevermore
Won [42]
2015 Candy Readers' Choice Awards Favorite Actress N/A Nominated
Favorite Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
2nd Pep List Choice Awards Breakout Star of the Year N/A Nominated [43]
Best PEPTalk Episode N/A Nominated
Celebrity Pair of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
29th PMPC Star Awards for Television German Moreno's Power Tandem Award (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won [44]
Push Awards PushLike Most Liked Group or Tandem (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated [45]
Awesome Selfie Queen N/A Nominated
PushTweet Most Liked Group or Tandem (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
PushGram Most Loved Group or Tandem (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
PushPlay Best Female Celebrity N/A Won
PushElite Female Celebrity of the Year N/A Won [46]
ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards Pop Teen Sweetheart N/A Nominated [47]
Pop Teen Social Media Star N/A Won
Pop Teen Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
Pop Teen Fans Club (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
28th Aliw Awards Best Female Performer in Mall Shows N/A Nominated
ALTA Media Icon Awards Best Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won [48]
Anak TV Seal Awards Makabata Star Awardee N/A Included [49]
2016 47th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Love Team of Movies and TV (shared with Enrique Gil)
Forevermore, Just The Way You Are, Everyday I Love You
Won [50]
32nd PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Love Team of the Year (Special Award) (shared with Enrique Gil)
Everyday I Love You
Nominated [51]
3rd Pep List Choice Awards Female Movie Star of the Year Nominated [52]
Celebrity Pair of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
Female Teen Star of the Year N/A Nominated
6th EdukCircle Awards Drama Actress of the Year
Dolce Amore
Nominated
Most Influential Love Team of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
Most Influential Celebrity Endorser of the Year N/A Won
ALTA Media Icon Awards Most Influential Female TV Personality
Dolce Amore
Won [53]
Best Actress (Film)
Everyday I Love You
Won
TWBA: 1st Abundant Awards Hottest Newsmaker (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won [54]
Most Kilig Revelation (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
30th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actress
Dolce Amore
Nominated [55]
Push Awards Push Ultimate Fan (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won [56]
10th Star Magic Ball Best Dressed Female N/A Won [57]
Anak TV Seal Awards Makabata Star Awardee N/A Included
3rd Star Cinema Awards Favorite Loveteam of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
Favorite Fandom of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
Favorite Trending Sensation (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards Pop Social Media Star N/A Won [58]
Pop Fans Club (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
Pop Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
RAWR Awards Favorite Actress of the Year N/A Won [59]
Popular Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
Fan Club of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
2nd Illumine Innovation Awards for Television Most Innovative TV Actress
Dolce Amore
Won
Most Innovative TV Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
2017 3rd Aral Parangal Awards of the Young Educator's Summit Best Drama Actress
Dolce Amore
Won
4th Paragala: The Central Luzon Media Awards Best Television Actress Won [60]
4th Lyceum of the Philippines University UmalohokJuan Awards Television Actress of the Year Won
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Pinoy Star N/A Nominated
Golden Laurel Lyceans' Choice Media Awards Most Popular Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
Most Influential Social Media Personality N/A Won
Centro Escolar University Mass Communication Awards for Media and the Arts Excellence Awardee in the Field of Entertainment TV
Dolce Amore
Won
48th Box Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Loveteam of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won [61]
De La Salle University PARAGON Best Female Endorser in Face of Advertising and Marketing Excellence N/A Won
4th Pep List Choice Awards Celebrity Pair of the Year (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Pending
Female Teen Star of the Year N/A Pending
7th EdukCircle Awards Best Actress in Television Series
Dolce Amore
Nominated
Best Actress - Single Drama Performance
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Korona
Nominated
Most Influential Film Actress
My Ex and Whys
Won
Most Influential Celebrity Endorsers N/A Won
Most Influential Loveteam (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
Most Outstanding Teen Artist of the Year N/A Nominated
Best Female Music Artist
Dolce Amore Soundtrack: "Spark"
Nominated
1st Gawad Lasallianeta Awards Most Effective Endorser N/A Won
30th Awit Awards Best Performance by a New Female Recording Artist
Dolce Amore Soundtrack: "Spark"
Pending
3rd Aral Parangal Awards Best Drama Actress
Dolce Amore
Won
Most Powerful Endorser N/A Won
Push Awards Push Female Personality N/A Won [62]
Push Group/Tandem (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Nominated
Push Female TV Performance of the Year
Dolce Amore
Won
Push Female Movie Performance of the Year
My Ex And Whys
Won
13th Comguild Media Awards Most Loved Female Teen Endorser Won
ALTA Media Icon Awards Best Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) Won
ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards Pop Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won [63]
Pop Fans Club (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
Pop Sweetheart N/A Won
Pop Social Media Star N/A Won
PEP List Awards Female TV Star of the Year
Dolce Amore
Won [64]
Female Teen Star of the Year N/A Won
Anak TV Seal Awards Makabata Star Awardee N/A Included
2018 3rd Illumine Innovation Awards for Television Most Innovative TV Love Team (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won
49th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Box Office Queen
My Ex And Whys
Won
Golden Laurel LPU Batangas Media Awards 2018 Most Popular Loveteam (shared with Enrique Gil) N/A Won

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