Regine Velasquez filmography

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Regine Velasquez is a Filipina singer-actress who has worked in theatre, television and film. In films she has starred as a supporting cast with minor roles, but later cast as the female lead star of a remake of "Wanted: Perfect Mother" opposite with Christopher de Leon in 1996. Since then she starred in numerous films the majority of which have been box office.[1][2][3] In 2002 she received her first acting award as Best Single Performance By An Actress at the 16th PMPC Star Awards for Television for her portrayal of a mentally challenged in drama series "Maalaala Mo Kaya".[4]


Title Theatrical Date Venue Role Note
Kenkoy Loves Rosing[5] August to September 1991 Music Museum Rosing
Two Hearts, One Beat February & July 1994 Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) Plenary Hall Female Lead
Noli Me Tángere July 14 to August 6, 1995 Cultural Center of the Philippines Main Theater María Clara
Forever After 2006 World Tour Fairy Regine GMMSF 37th Box Office Entertainment Awards for Concert Queen Award[6]


Year Film Role Film Production Notes and Awards
1988 The Untouchable Family Sheila
Viva Films
1988 Pik Pak Boom Irma
1989 Elvis and James 2 Whitney
1992 Big Ambulance: Call for Emergency Gina
1996 Wanted: Perfect Mother Sam
DoReMi Reggie Mendoza
Neo Films
1998 Honey Nasa Langit na Ba Ako? Marian
Viva Films
1999 Dahil May Isang Ikaw Anya Katindig
2000 Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw Francine Natra
2001 Pangako Ikaw Lang Christina GMMSF 32nd Box Office Entertainment Awards for Box-Office Queen[1][7]
2002 Ikaw Lamang Hanggang Ngayon Katherine Nominated—Young Critics Circle Award for Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role
2003 Pangarap Ko Ang Ibigin Ka Alexis/Alex
Captain Barbell Cielo
Huling Yakap Sa Tag-Araw Anna
GMA Films
2004 Masikip Sa Dibdib singer
Viva Films
cameo appearance
singing "Saan Ako Nagkamali?"
2006 Till I Met You Luisa
Viva Films, GMA Films
2007 Paano Kita Iibigin Martee
Viva Films, Star Cinema
Nominated—FAMAS Award for Best Actress
Nominated—FAP Award for Best Actress
2008 Urduja Urduja
APT Entertainment, Regal Films (distributor)
voice role
2009 Kimmy Dora English teacher
Spring Films, Star Cinema (distributor)
cameo appearance[8]
OMG (Oh, My Girl!) production assistant
Regal Films
cameo appearance
Yaya and Angelina: The Spoiled Brat Movie Angelina's first Yaya
APT Entertainment, GMA Films
cameo appearance
2012 Of All the Things Bernadette "Berns"
Viva Films
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role at the 10th Golden Screen Awards [9]
2010 (2016) Mrs. Recto Clara M.
Panoramanila Pictures, Inc.
Velasquez's first Indie Film[10]
filmed in 2010 but was postponed due to her pregnancy and lack of funds. It was then released in 2016[11]


TV appearances[edit]

  • as the main host, performer, guest or actress
Year Program Title TV Network Role Notes and Awards
1998 SOP (Sobrang Okay Pare)
Herself Host/ Performer (1998—2010)
1999 Mikee Forever Audrey Guesting
playing as a Visayan providence worker/maid
2000 Pwedeng Pwede
Leah Guesting
Habang May Buhay
IBC 13
Episode "Sa Puso Ko'y Ikaw"
together with Piolo Pascual
2001 Larawan: A Special Drama Engagement
Dianne Jimenez together with Dingdong Dantes
2002 Star For A Night
IBC 13
Herself Host/ Mentor (2002—2003)
Maalaala Mo Kaya
Abby Episode "Lobo"
* 16th PMPC Star Award for Television for Best Single Performance By An Actress[4][12]
2003 Search For A Star
Herself Host (2003—2004)
2004 Forever In My Heart Angeline main role
Pinoy Pop Superstar Herself Host (2004—2007)
* 19th PMPC Star Award for Television for Best Female Host (2005)
* 20th PMPC Star Award for Television for Best Talent Search Program Host (2006)[13]
* Nominated—21st PMPC Star Award for Television for Best Talent Search Program Host (2007)[14]
Ok Fine Whatever
Herself Guesting
2007 Celebrity Duets
Herself Host (2007—2009)
together with Ogie Alcasid
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya
Cathy Episode "Dalandan"
directed by Jeffrey Jeturian together with Albert Martinez, Mickey Ferriols & Christian Vasquez
Herself Host/ Performer
Ako si Kim Samsoon Kim Samsoon Buot main role
2009 Totoy Bato Anna Molina main role
Are You the Next Big Star? Herself Host/ Mentor
SRO Cinemaserye Herself Episode "The Eva Castillo Story"
Darna Elektra (leader of the Planet Women) recurring role (season 2, 2009—2010)
2010 Diva Sampaguita/ Melody main role
Party Pilipinas Herself Host/ Performer (2010—2013)
2011 I Heart You, Pare! Antonia "Tonya" Estrella/ Tonette Star/ Tony Boy main role
later replaced by Iza Calzado due to her pregnancy
2012 H.O.T. TV Herself Host (2012-2013)
Sarap Diva Herself Host (2012-present)
2013 Sunday All Stars Herself Performer/ Host (2013-2014)
2014 Bet Ng Bayan Herself Host
2016 Poor Señorita Rita Villon main role
2017 Full House Tonight Herself Host/Performer (A Musical/Comedy/Variety Show)[15]
Mulawin vs Ravena Sandawa playing an enchanted goddess

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b Butch Francisco (February 23, 2002). "Box-Office King And Queen, Robin & Regine". The Philippine Star. 
  2. ^ "Box Office Queen-Regine Velasquez". 2007. 
  3. ^ "Regine, box-office queen". Pilipino Star Ngayon. July 26, 2001. 
  4. ^ a b Sol Jose Vanzi (October 15, 2002). "The 16TH Star Awards for TV: Look Ma, No Protests!". Philippine Headline News Online. 
  5. ^ Kenkoy: The Musical. Asia Week Magazine. 1991. Retrieved February 23, 2011. 
  6. ^ Jocelyn Dimaculangan (April 26, 2007). "Claudine Barretto, Kris Aquino share Box Office Queen throne". Philippine Entertainment Portal. 
  7. ^ Butch Francisco (February 23, 2002). "Star Bytes: Box-Office King and Queen crowned". The Philippine Star. 
  8. ^ Dimaculangan, Jocelyn (2009-08-14). "Eugene Domingo is still open to accepting supporting roles". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 2010-09-13. 
  9. ^ Elyas Isabelo Salanga (February 1, 2010). "Regine Velasquez plays yin to Aga Muhlach's yang in their third film Of All The Things". Phil Entertainment Portal. 
  10. ^ Paul Mata (September 6, 2010). "Regine Velasquez excited over her first Indie film". PEP Ph. 
  11. ^ Carl J (January 17. 2016). "Mrs. Recto...She needs your help". Glitter PH.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  12. ^ "The 16th Stars Awards for TV". The Philippine Star. October 15, 2002. 
  13. ^ "The 20th PMPC Star Awards for Television: And the bigger winner is...". The Philippine Star. October 26, 2006. 
  14. ^ "21st Star Awards for TV nominees announced". The Philippine Star. October 28, 2007. 
  15. ^ "Why Regine is thankful to GMA 7 for 'Full House Tonight'". GMA News. February 7, 2017.