Maggie Wilson

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Maggie Wilson
Maggie Wilson Metro Channel Close Up.jpg
Maggie Wilson at the Launch of Metro Channel in Cebu, April 2018
Margaret Wilson

(1989-03-15) March 15, 1989 (age 30)
Other namesMaggie
Years active2004–2011, 2016–present
Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
TitleBinibining Pilipinas World 2007

Maggie Wilson-Consunji (born March 15, 1989) is a British-Filipino TV personality, actress and entrepreneur.

Early life[edit]

Wilson was born in Bacolod city and raised in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. One of the two children to Robert and Sonia Wilson, she is of Scottish, Irish, Filipino, Spanish and Chinese descent.

Wilson attended Al Hekma International School and later SoFA Design Institute, School of Interior Design.

She was an accomplished competitive swimmer and show jumper before moving to Manila, Philippines in 2004.

Personal life[edit]

Wilson married Victor B. Consunji in 2010. She gave birth to their son Connor in 2012.


Wilson’s first TV appearance was for GMA Network 7’s Kakabakaba Adventure (2004) where she was a regular cast member until the show ended in 2005. Through 2003 - 2011 Wilson has appeared and starred in several TV series and Soap Operas. With supporting roles in All Together Now (2004), Encantadia (2005), Darna (2005), Asia Treasures (2007) and Joaquin Bordado (2008). As part of the main cast in Saang Sulok ng Langit (2005), where she was nominated as Best TV Villain, My Guardian Abby (2006), Darna (2009) and Beauty Queen (2010).

Wilson has also appeared in several TV commercials and advertisements for the Taiwan Tourism Board, Bench, Globe Telecom, Greenwich, Creamsilk, Tresemme, Antica Murrina, Happy Skin & Traveloka and Luminisce Skin.

In 2006, MTV (Philippines) launched Wilson as part of their roster of VJ’s (Video Jockey). Where she hosted the show, MTV Time Out as well concerts featuring of Rihanna, Chris Brown and Christina Aguilera to name a few. She has interviewed Incubus, Fall Out Boy, Simple Plan, Harry Connick Jr. and many more. She was a VJ until 2010.

In 2007, Wilson won Binibining Pilipinas World (Miss World Philippines). She was 17 years old at the time.

Wilson has been featured on the cover of several magazines such as Candy, Chalk, Manual, FHM, UNO, Metro Society, Northern Living, Enclaves and Lifestyle Asia.

In 2016, Wilson won the fifth season of The Amazing Race Asia with Parul Shah.[1][2]

In March 2017, Wilson was cast as the main host for Philippines’ Next Top Model cycle 3 on TV5.

Wilson made history in November 2017 when she became the first Filipino woman to complete a Marathon on Antarctica.

Maggie Wilson is the first Filipina to finish the Antarctic Ice Marathon.

In October 2018, she opened Casa Consunji, a furniture and decor store.

Currently, Wilson co-hosts Beached, a travel show on Metro Channel with Marc Saw Nelson.


Television Series
Year Title Role Type of Role(s) Network
2005 Saang Sulok ng Langit Bettina Supporting Cast / Antagonist GMA Network
Encantadia Aera Guest Cast
Mars Ravelos' Darna Manananggal Supporting Cast / Antagonist
2006 My Guardian Abby Badsy Main Cast / Antagonist QTV (now GMA News TV)
2007 Asian Treasures Via Supporting Cast / Antagonist GMA Network
2008 Carlo J. Caparas' Joaquin Bordado Brianna Extended Cast / Antagonist
Sine Novela: Una Kang Naging Akin Annie Villanueva Supporting Cast / Antagonist
2009-2010 Mars Ravelos' Darna Octavia Moran / "Lutgarda Morales" / Babaeng Linta Main Cast / Antagonist
2010 Sine Novela: Kaya Kong Abutin Ang Langit Ellen Guest Cast / Antagonist
2010-2011 Beauty Queen Rebecca Rivas Main Cast / Protagonist / Antagonist
2016 Till I Met You Ms. Zia Gallinger Guest Cast ABS-CBN
2016 The Amazing Race Asia 5 as Herself Main Cast AXN
2017 Philippines' Next Top Model Host Main Cast TV5
2018 - present Beached as Herself Main Cast Metro Channel


See also[edit]


  1. ^ Villano, Alexa (October 13, 2016). "8 things to know about PH teams on 'Amazing Race Asia' season 5". Rappler. Retrieved October 14, 2016.
  2. ^ "Pinay beauty queens win 'Amazing Race Asia'". December 15, 2016. Retrieved December 16, 2016.

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Preceded by
Anna Maris Igpit
Binibining Pilipinas World
Succeeded by
Danielle Castaño