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Rosanna Roces

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Rosanna "Osang" Roces
Born
Jennifer Cruz Adriano

(1972-05-25) May 25, 1972 (age 47)
Other namesOsang, Ana Maceda
OccupationActress, TV host
Years active1987–present
AgentGMA Artist Center
Star Magic
Talent 5
Regal Entertainment
Viva Artists Agency

Jennifer Adriano-Molina (born May 25, 1972),[1] better known by her stage names Rosanna Roces and Osang, is a Filipina actress, known in the early 1990s as one of the hottest actresses. She was a contract star of Seiko Films from 1994 to 1996, introduced initially as "Ana Maceda". After her years with Seiko, she starred in the critically acclaimed film Ligaya Ang Itawag Mo Sa Akin (Call Me Joy) by Reyna Films, which paved the way for her transition to "serious acting".[citation needed]

In addition to doing films, Rosanna Roces ventured into hosting by serving as a replacement for Dawn Zulueta on GMA Network's Startalk. Roces hosted the show until 2004, after a misunderstanding between her and her manager-friend Lolit Solis. Leaving GMA Network for ABS-CBN, Roces was replaced by Lorna Tolentino in the reformatting of Startalk. Roces also did acting on TV, appearing in shows such as 1 For 3 with Vic Sotto and Charlene Gonzales from 1997 to 2001 and Daboy en Da Girl with Rudy Fernandez from 2002 to 2003.

She was also part of ABS-CBN's Sineserye Presents: Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos? as Patria and on the soap opera Ysabella (as Rosario), and Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik as Veronica Rubio. She also recently appeared once on the finale episode of Tayong Dalawa on September 25, 2009 on ABS-CBN 2.[citation needed]

Acting awards[edit]

  • Presa, 2010 (Gawad Urian - Best Supporting Actress, 2011)
  • Wanted: Border, 2009 (Cinema One Originals Digital Film Festival - Best Actress, 2009)
  • La Vida Rosa, 2001 (Gawad Urian - Best Actress, 2002)

Television[edit]

Year Title Role
1997-2004 Startalk Herself
1997-2001 1 For 3 Susie
1998 Eat Bulaga! Herself
2002 Daboy en Da Girl Girly Dacquel
2006 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Manicure Set Glenda
2007 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Buhangin Lanie
2007 Ysabella Rosario Cuenca
2007 Sineserye Presents: Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos? Patria Ocampo-Ramirez
2007 Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik Veronica "Veron" Rubio
2008 Juicy! Herself
2008 Talentadong Pinoy Herself
2009 May Bukas Pa Adela San Jose
2009 Lipgloss Princess Arabelle / Mommy A.
2009 Tayong Dalawa Emma Garcia
2009 Failon Ngayon Herself / Episode Guest
2010 Showtime Herself / Judge
2010 Untold Stories Mula sa Face to Face
2011 Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak Daffodil
2011 Star Confessions
2011 Sa Ngalan ng Ina Lucia Ilustre
2013 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Orasan Gina
2016 Ipaglaban Mo: Dahas Elisa
2017 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kendi Estrelita
2018 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Los Bastardos Irma Esperanza
2019 Pamilya Ko Elena Carbonell-Lombardi

Film[edit]

  • The Man, The Woman, and The Other Woman (2019)
  • The Panti Sisters (2019)
  • Hustisya (2013)
  • On the Job (2013)
  • Mater Dolorosa (2013)
  • My Cactus Heart (2012)
  • Haruo (2011)
  • Fable of the Fish (2011)
  • Presa (2010)
  • Romeo at Juliet (2010)
  • Baklas (Human Organs For Sale) (2009)
  • Wanted: Border (2009)
  • Manila (2009)
  • Pasang Krus (2009)
  • Karera (2008)
  • Aurora (2008)
  • La Vida Rosa (2001)
  • Basta't Ikaw Nangingining Pa (1999)
  • Ms. Kristina Moran, Ang Babaeng Palaban (1999)
  • Katawan (1999)
  • Ang Babae Sa Bintana (1998)
  • Ginto't Pilak (1998)
  • Cariño Brutal (1998)
  • Curacha, Ang Babaing Walang Pahinga (1998)
  • Mapusok (1998)
  • Kahit Pader, Gigibain Ko (1998)
  • Ang Lalaki Sa Buhay Ni Selya (1997)
  • Yes Darling Walang Matigas na Pulis Part 2 (1997)
  • Matrikula (1997)
  • Nang Mamulat Si Eba, Part 2 (1997)
  • Selosa (1997)
  • Pusakal (1997)
  • Ligaya Ang Itawag Mo Sa Akin (1996)
  • Nagbabagang Labi (1996)
  • Patikim Ng Pinya (1996)
  • Kandungan (1995)
  • Kirot 2 (1995)
  • Di Mapigil Ang Init (1995)
  • Machete 2 (1994)
  • Comfort Women: A Cry for Justice (1992)

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