Ryzza Mae Dizon

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Ryzza Mae Dizon
Born Ryzza Mae Dizon
(2005-06-12) June 12, 2005 (age 12)[1]
Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Occupation Actress, TV host, Comedian
Years active 2012–present
Parent(s) Rizza de Guzman (mother)

Ryzza Mae Dizon (born June 12, 2005) is a Filipino child actress and television personality. She rose to prominence in 2012 when she won that year's edition of Eat Bulaga! 's Little Miss Philippines.[2] Currently, she is the second to the youngest host in the present roster of presenters in the variety show Eat Bulaga!.


In 2012, Dizon auditioned for the title of Little Miss Philippines. She was eliminated, but was called back to compete again for a wild card round.[3] After returning to the competition, she went on to win, and was crowned as Little Miss Philippines 2012. Her win marked the start of her career in the Philippine showbiz industry. She is currently one of the hosts of Eat Bulaga!, a noontime variety show in the Philippines.

Dizon is also part of the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival entry film Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako where she played a dwarf.[4][5]

The biographical story of Dizon was featured in the weekly anthology Magpakailanman.[6][7] The episode focused on the life of Dizon prior to her career as a child actress. The episode garnered 26.7% audience share versus its rival show Maalaala Mo Kaya which garnered 20.9%.[8][9]

In 2013, Dizon co-stars in Vampire Ang Daddy Ko. It is her first major sitcom after her first comedy role in Tweets For My Sweet in 2012. .[10][11][12]

On April 1, 2013, during a live airing of Eat Bulaga! in the segment Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of D' Pipol, Vic Sotto announced that Dizon will have her own talk show entitled The Ryzza Mae Show, which first aired on April 8,2013.[13]

On December 25, 2013, Dizon appeared alongside James "Bimby" Aquino-Yap, Kris Aquino and Vic Sotto in My Little Bossings. In spite of criticism directed at the plot and its use of product placement,[14] the film was a financial success at the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival, earning first place at the box office. My Little Bossings was later followed by the fantasy-action anthology film My Big Bossing alongside Vic Sotto & Marian Rivera in December 2014.

In 2015, Ryzza Mae Dizon played the lead role in the comedy-drama series Princess In The Palace produced by TAPE, Inc. together with Aiza Seguerra & Eula Valdez, also starring Boots Anson-Roa, Ciara Sotto, Marc Abaya, Joey Paras & many more. This also marked Dizon's first starring role in a teleserye. Princess In The Palace was later replaced by Calle Siete, of which Dizon also starred in.


Year Title Role Network
2017-present Sunday PinaSaya Herself / Guest GMA Network
2016–17 Hay, Bahay! Kuting (Guest role)
2016 Calle Siete Barbie Delloso
2015–16 Princess in the Palace Princess Cruz
2015 Eat Bulaga Lenten Special: Lukso ng Dugo Myka
2014 Pangalawang Bukas: An Eat Bulaga Lenten Drama Special Angel
2013–15 The Ryzza Mae Show Host
2013–16 Vampire Ang Daddy Ko Big
2013 Perpetua: An APT Entertainment Lenten Drama Special Chacha/Angel
2012–present Eat Bulaga! Co-host
2012 Magpakailanman: The Ryzza Mae Dizon Story Herself
Tweets For My Sweet Illuminada
Wil Time Bigtime Kantanong Contestant TV5

Year Title Role Film Production
2012 Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako Chichay GMA Films,
OctoArts Films,
APT Entertainment,
M-Zet Productions and
Imus Productions
2013 My Little Bossings Ching OctoArts Films,
APT Entertainment,
M-Zet Productions and
K Productions
2014 My Big Bossing's Adventures Jessa (Sirena Episode),
Angel (Taktak Episode),
Biiktoria / Victoria (Prinsesa Episode)
OctoArts Films,
APT Entertainment and
M-Zet Productions
2015 My Bebe Love: KiligPaMore Cameo role OctoArts Films, M-Zet Productions, APT Entertainment, MEDA Production and GMA Films
2016 Enteng Kabisote 10 and the Abangers Bubu OctoArts Films, M-Zet Productions and APT Entertainment


Year Association Category Work Result References
2012 1st PP Most Liked Awards Most Liked New Kapuso Artist Won [15]
2013 44th Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Female Child Performer The Ryzza Mae Show Won [16]
Most Popular Novelty Singers with Jose & Wally "Cha Cha Dabarkads" Song Won [16]
3rd Yahoo! OMG Awards Child Star of the Year Won [17]
3rd EdukCircle Awards Best Talk Show Host The Ryzza Mae Show Won [18]
26th Aliw Awards Best Child Performer The Jose and Wally Concert: A Party for Juan and All Won [19]
27th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Comedy Actress Vampire Ang Daddy Ko Nominated [20]
Best Celebrity Talk Show Host The Ryzza Mae Show Nominated [20]
BABY AND FAMILY EXPO PHILIPPINES 2013 Golden Kids of the Year with James "Bimby" Aquino-Yap My Little Bossings Won [21]
International Business and Academe Conference Breakthrough Talk Show Host The Ryzza Mae Show Won [22]
39th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Child Performer My Little Bossings Won [23]
Rappler Social Media Awards Pinoy Celebrity of the Year Won [24]
2014 12th Gawad Tanglaw BATA Award (Bibo, Aktibo at Talentadong Anak ng Sining) The Ryzza Mae Show Won [25]
30th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Child Performer of the Year My Little Bossings Won [26]
5th Golden Screen TV Awards Youngest TV Host The Ryzza Mae Show Special Citation [27]
Dabarkads Awards Best Child Performer Pangalawang Bukas Won [28]
45th Box Office Entertainment Awards Phenomenal Child Star (with James "Bimby" Aquino-Yap) My Little Bossings Won [29]
1st PEP List Awards Pepster's Choice: Female Child Star of the Year Won [30]
Editor's Choice: Child Star of the Year Won [30]
62nd FAMAS Awards Best Child Performer My Little Bossings Nominated [31]
4th EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Film Child Stars of the Year Won [32]
6th Star Awards for Music Novelty Song of the Year (with Jose & Wally) "Cha Cha Dabarkads" Song Won [33]
40th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Child Performer "My Big Bossing's Adventures" Won [34]
2015 2nd Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards Best Female Child Performer My Little Bossings Won [35]
Trinity University of Asia Platinum Stallion Media Awards 2015 Best Child Female Film Actress My Big Bossing's Adventures Won [36]
63rd FAMAS Awards Best Child Performer Nominated [37]
46th Box Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Female Child Performer Won [38]
GIC Innovation Awards for Television Most Innovative TV Child Star Eat Bulaga! Won [39]
5th EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Film Child Star of the Year My Big Bossing's Adventures Won [40]
2016 ComGuild Academe's Choice Awards Most Loved Child Endorsers (with Baby Baste) Won [41]
2017 8th NwSSU Students' Choice Awards for Radio and Television Best Female Child Star Won [42]


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