Rufa Mae Quinto

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Rufa Mae Quinto Magallanes
Born
Rufa Mae Quinto

(1978-05-28) May 28, 1978 (age 41)
Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines
OccupationActress, comedienne, TV host, singer
Years active1994–present
AgentGMA Artist Center
Viva Entertainment
Regal Entertainment
Star Magic
Spouse(s)
Trevor Magallanes (m. 2016)
Children1

Rufa Mae Quinto Magallanes (born May 28, 1978) is a Filipina actress, comedian, television host and occasional singer.

Career[edit]

Quinto started her showbiz career after landing a spot in That's Entertainment (1996). Her first major role was in Gloria, Gloria Labandera (1997). Quinto is widely known for playing the character 'Booba' and 'Boobita Rose' in both hit movies, a role for which Quinto inspired an international catchphrase in the Philippine vernacular to refer to a lack of English fluency as having a "nose bleed".

Quinto has won four PMPC Star Awards and has starred in top-grossing films such as Apat-Dapat Dapat-Apat, Pasukob, Desperadas, Manay Po 2, I.T.A.L.Y. and Desperadas 2. Although Quinto is a talent of GMA Network, she is one of the few actresses managed by Boy Abunda, a personality from the rival TV station ABS-CBN.

Personal life[edit]

Family[edit]

Quinto is the eldest daughter of seven children.[citation needed] She is the second-degree cousin of Jean Garcia, who also came from That's Entertainment, and the second-degree aunt of Jennica Garcia.[citation needed]

Incident[edit]

On August 30, 2007, burglars broke into Quinto's house in an exclusive subdivision in Quezon City; she lost valuable property worth P2 million (a watch worth P1.2 million, a laptop, and valuables from inside her bag).[1][2]

Relationships[edit]

In 1999-2000 she dated singer songwriter politician Dingdong Avanzado Quinto has dated singer Erik Santos.[3]

Quinto married her fiancé, financial analyst Trevor Magallanes on November 25, 2016 in Quezon City.[4] The two had met in 2016, during Quinto's fifth visit in the United States.[5] She gave birth to their first daughter Athena, on 18 February 2017.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Network
2019 Jhon En Martian Queen 222
iWant
2018 Umagang Kay Ganda herself/Hosts
ABS-CBN
2018 Maalala Mo Kaya: Laptop Vivian
2017-2019 Home Sweetie Home Lia Meneses
2017 Wansapanataym: Jasmin's Flower Powers Tita Florita
The Lolas' Beautiful Show Herself/Guest
GMA Network
Ipaglaban Mo! Angie
ABS-CBN
2016 Magandang Buhay Herself / Guest
Yan Ang Morning!
GMA Network
Its Showtime
ABS-CBN
Family Feud
2015 Wowowin Herself / Host
GMA Network
2014; 2017 Celebrity Bluff Herself / Guest
2013 Positive Maricris
TV5
Wowowillie Co-host
The Ryzza Mae Show Herself / Guest
GMA Network
Sarap Diva Herself
Vampire Ang Daddy Ko Mae
Toda Max Wei Da / Recurring Cast
ABS-CBN
The Buzz Herself / Guest
2012 Eat Bulaga! Herself
GMA Network
Enchanted Garden Quassia / Madonna
TV5
Wil Time Bigtime Co-Host
Motorcycle Diaries Herself
GMA News TV
Manny Many Prizes Guest / Co-Host
GMA Network
2011 Daldalita Cherry
Dwarfina Duwenkikay
2010 Kaya ng Powers Margaret Powers
Diva Lady Mendoza
2009 14 Going Steady: Bubble Gang's 14th Anniversary Special Herself
SRO Cinemaserye: Moshi-Moshi... I Love You Perseveranda
Mars Ravelo's Darna Francesca Gandanghari
2008 Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel Amafura
2007–2008 Whammy! Push Your Luck Host
MariMar Fifi's Voice
2007–2012 Showbiz Central Host
2006 Mars Ravelo's Captain Barbell Ms. Patti / Ms. Aero / Aerobika
2005–2007 Hokus Pokus Candy
2004 Marinara Marie / Dolphina / Aira
2002–2003 Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Liberty aka "Libay"
2002–2010 SOP Rules Co-Host
2001-2016 Bubble Gang Herself
2000–2005 Idol Ko Si Kap Vivian
2000 Arriba, Arriba! Jennifer Lapis
ABS-CBN
1999–2001 Ispup Herself
ABC
1998–2003 Kool Ka Lang Booba
GMA Network
1998–1999 Subic Bay
IBC
Tropang Trumpo Herself
ABC
1997–2000 Anna Karenina
GMA Network
1997 Mixed N.U.T.S Herself
1996–1997 Super Laff-In
ABS-CBN
1995–1996 Saturday Entertainment
GMA Network
1994–1996 Ober Da Bakod Pegassu
That's Entertainment Herself

Movies[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category
2018 32nd PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Home Sweetie Home
2015 29th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Bubble Gang
2014 28th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Bubble Gang
2013 27th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Bubble Gang
2012 26th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Bubble Gang
2009 23rd PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Bubble Gang
2008 22nd PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Bubble Gang & Female Star of the Night
2006 20th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Hokus Pokus
2005 19th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Bubble Gang
2004 1st ENPRESS Golden Screen Entertainment TV Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Idol Ko Si Kap
2000 14th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress Awardee for Ispup
2000 16th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Supporting Actress of the Year for Dahil May Isang Ikaw

References[edit]

  1. ^ GMA NEWS.TV, Burglars break into Rufa Mae Quinto's house
  2. ^ GMA NEWS.TV/Video, Rufa Mae loses P2-M in property to burglars
  3. ^ LOOK: Rufa Mae reunites with ex-BF Erik Santos, ABS-CBN Corporation, June 29, 2016, retrieved November 26, 2016
  4. ^ LOOK: Trevor Magallanes-Rufa Mae Quinto wedding, GMA News, November 26, 2016, retrieved November 26, 2016
  5. ^ Clarizel Abanilla (May 31, 2016), "Rufa Mae Quinto has finally found 'the one'", Inquirer.net, retrieved November 26, 2016
  6. ^ "Rufa Mae gives birth to baby girl". GMA News. 18 February 2017. Retrieved 18 February 2017.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Jinri Park
FHM Cover Girl
(September 2013)
Succeeded by
Bangs Garcia