Precious Hipolito

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Precious Hipolito-Castelo
Member of the Quezon City Council from 2nd District
Assumed office
June 30, 2010
Personal details
Born Marigrace Precious Hipolito
(1978-07-01) July 1, 1978 (age 39)
Philippines
Political party Liberal Party
Spouse(s) Winston Castelo
Children 2
Profession Politician,
Actress,
Newscaster

Precious Hipolito is a former child star, film and television actress, newscaster, and politician in the Philippines. In 1987, she won the FAMAS Award as Best Child Actress for Ang Daigdig Ay Isang Butil Na Luha.

Career[edit]

Hipolito was 6-year-old when she joined and a finalists in Eat Bulaga's Little Miss Philippines segment along with Donna Cruz.

Hipolito's first movie was The Life Story Of Julie Vega in 1985. Her next films Mga Anghel Ng Diyos (1986) and Ang Daigdig Ay Isang Butil Na Luha (1986) which she received the FAMAS Best Child Actress Award. She starred in ABS-CBN's drama anthology Stop: Child Abuse. She joined That's Entertainment Wednesday Group along with Sheryl Cruz, Romnick Sarmenta and Chuckie Dreyfus. She became a newscaster for IBC Express Balita from 2001-2009. In 2010, Hipolito served as Councilor in 2nd District of Quezon City.

Personal life[edit]

She studied AB Communication Arts in University of Santo Tomas. She is married to Congressman Winston Castelo of Quezon City. They have two kids, Winona and Paolo.

Filmography[edit]

  • IBC Express Balita (2001-2009)
  • Canary Brothers Of Tondo (1992)
  • Anak Ng Cabron: Ikalawang Ugat (1991)
  • Naughty Boys (1990)
  • Everlasting Love (1989)
  • Jacky Tyan (1988)
  • Cobrador (1986)
  • Ang Daigdig Ay Isang Butil Na Luha (1986)
  • Mga Anghel Ng Diyos (1986)
  • That's Entertainment (TV show) (1986-1996)
  • The Life Story Of Julie Vega (1985)
  • Stop: Child Abuse[1]

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