Bea Alonzo (Phylbert Angelie Ranollo Fagestrom) was born on October 17, 1987. Bea Alonzo movies and tv shows: A Love to Last: Season 2, A Love to Last: Season 1...
Native Name: Phylbert Angelie Ranollo Fagestrom
Also Known As: Bea Alonzo
Bea Alonzo is a Filipino actress. Her father is British, and her mother is a Filipina. She mainly roled in major soap operas "Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay" her first soap like It Might Be You, Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin, Maging Sino Ka Man and Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik.
In 2006, she received a number of acting awards for her leading role in the series ‘Maging Sino ka Man’, which included Outstanding Performance as an Actress Award at the Annual Visionary Awards and Best Drama Actress honour at the PMPC Drama Awards.
In June 2008, Alonzo released her debut album The Real Me under Star Records. It was also in mid-2008 when it was announced that she would play the leading character Betty Pengson in the TV sitcom Yo Soy Betty La Fea, which originated from America. The Philippines' version was entitled I Love Betty La Fea. The show premiered on September 2008 at the primetime slot; it ran for eight consecutive months. Bea won the Best Actress Award at the MTRCB Awards that year.
2009’s film ‘And I love you so’ was another milestone in her already flourishing acting career. The film was a mega success and Bea’s portrayal of a girl who suffers heartbreak after the death of her loving husband, met with general appreciation. Bea was consecutively establishing her as the female Jack of all trades, with her role choices ranging from dramas to comedies naturally.
She won the Best Dressed Celebrity and the Most Powerful Celebrity awards in 2009 at the Yes! Magazine Awards.
She received another bout of massive success with the 2013 romantic melodrama film ‘The Mistress’, which revolved around a love triangle between two men and a woman. The film was received very well by the critics and the audiences, and eventually became one of the top grossing films of the year. And the film slowly paved its way to become the 16th highest Grossing Filipino film of all times.