Alice Dixson

Alice Dixson (born Jessie Alice Celones Dixson; July 28, 1969) or often misspelled Alice Dixon, is a Filipino-American actress, commercial model, and former beauty queen.

Alice Dixson
Born
Jessie Alice Celones Dixson

(1969-07-28) July 28, 1969 (age 52)
OccupationActress, Model, Realtor
Spouse(s)Ronnie Miranda (m. 1999–2013)
Children1
Beauty pageant titleholder
TitleBinibining Pilipinas International 1986
Years active1986-2006, 2011–present
Major
competition(s)
Websitehttp://www.alicedixson.com

BiographyEdit

Born to an American father and a Filipino mother, she was the Philippines' representative for Miss International in 1986 and became a household name in 1987 through a Palmolive soap TV commercial where she sang the phrase "I can feel it!". After joining a talent contest in Eat Bulaga! and Binibining Pilipinas, her show business career started with the role of Faye, a fairy princess, who fell in love with an earthling in Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!. At that time, Eat Bulaga! was airing on RPN and one of its hosts, Vic Sotto, requested her to be part of the TV series (he is the owner of M-Zet Productions that produced Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!).

In January 2011, she returned to show business via Babaeng Hampaslupa which aired on TV5. This was succeeded with Glamorosa, Isang Dakot na Luha (2012), Enchanted Garden (2012) and two movies Ang Panday 2 (2011) and Just One Summer (2012). Her next TV series is Never Say Goodbye which airs in January 2013 on TV5.

Dixson is a licensed realtor in the Province of British Columbia, Canada and also a licensed real estate agent in Florida.

Dixson is also known for her best actress roles in many Viva Films favorites such as Hanggang Saan, Hanggang Kailan (1993), Sa Isang Sulok ng Pangarap (1994, based on the popular comics series by RJ Nuevas), Pangako ng Kahapon (1994), Sana Dalawa ang Puso Ko (1995) and the all-star cast of the action film Silakbo (1995) with Cesar Montano, Anjanette Abayari and Marjorie Barretto. Dixson is also a film favorite when she was paired with Christopher de Leon in films like My Husband's Woman (1993), Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang (1994, OctoArts Films) and Pahiram Kahit Sandali (1999, Regal Films), which was an R-rated but critically acclaimed film because of both leading woman's portrayals by Dixson and Ara Mina, earning credit for director Maryo J. de los Reyes. She reunited with de Leon and leading man Richard Gomez in the hit telenovela Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw and its sequel, Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw Pa Rin.

In December 2013, she posed for FHM Philippines, making her the oldest woman to appear on the cover of that men's magazine, at age 44.[1]

In 2015, she returned to GMA Network after her contract with TV5 expired to star in the remake of the hit 1994 telenovela, MariMar.

In 2017, she transferred back to her home network, ABS-CBN, and did Ang Probinsyano. In 2018, she played Stella Cortez, the series’ main villain who caused the death of Rodrigo and Rebecca in Ngayon at Kailanman.

In 2019, she returned to GMA Network through Madrasta and Beautiful Justice.

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Film Production
1987 Bobo Cop N/A Regal Films
Stolen Moments Aida
1988 Nagbabagang Luha Cielo
Sa Akin Pa Rin ang Bukas Yasmin
1989 Isang Araw Walang Diyos Emily Jacinto
Hot Summer N/A
Si Malakas at Si Maganda Anna/Maganda
May Pulis, May Pulis sa Ilalim ng Tulay Anna
Virginia P. N/A
1990 My Other Woman Mia Arriola
Last 2 Minutes N/A
Dyesebel Dyesebel
Papa's Girl N/A
Lover's Delight N/A
1991 Emma Salazar Case Emma Salazar
Onyong Majikero N/A
Tatlong Maria N/A
Underage Too N/A
Joey Boy Munti, 15 Anyos Ka sa Muntunlupa Lydia
Love Ko si Ma'am Beauty
1992 Sinungaling Mong Puso Leda
Kamay ni Cain N/A
Boy Anghel: Utak Pulburon Tina
1993 Hanggang Saan, Hanggang Kailan Esther Ilustre Viva Films
Ang Boyfriend Kong Gamol Marlene Smith
1994 Pangako ng Kahapon Mildred
Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang N/A Regal Films and OctoArts Films
Sa Isang Sulok ng Pangarap Nimfa Gutierrez/Rosette Saavedra Viva Films
Walang Matigas na Tinapay sa Mainit na Kape Tess
1995 Silakbo Barbara "Bang" Briones
Okey si Ma'am Sonia Marasigan
Sana Dalawa ang Puso Ko N/A
Jessica Alfaro Story Jessica Alfaro
1997 To Saudi with Love N/A Regal Films
1998 Sambahin ang Ngalan Mo N/A Regal Films and MAQ Productions
Pahiram Kahit Sandali Ada Castro Regal Films
1999 Ganito Ako Magmahal N/A
2005 Enteng Kabisote 2: Okay Ka Fairy Ko: The Legend Continues Ina Magenta OctoArts Films and M-Zet Productions
2006 Koi Suru Tomato ~Kumain Ka Na Ba~ Title in USA: Love Tomato Christina Audition, Dodo Press and Imagica
2011 Ang Panday 2 Ibira GMA Films and Imus Productions
2012 Just One Summer Irene Luna-Cuaresma GMA Films
2013 When the Love Is Gone Audrey Luis Viva Films
2014 Shake, Rattle & Roll XV Lourdes Regal Films
2015 Felix Manalo Lilia Viva Films
2017 The Ghost Bride Angie Lao Star Cinema
2019 Nuuk Elaisa Svendsen Viva Films

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Network
1987–1991 Okay Ka, Fairy Ko! Faye IBC
ABS-CBN
1993 We Are Family N/A ABC
2002 Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw Mia Sandoval GMA Network
2003 Ang Iibigin ay Ikaw Pa Rin
2004 Hanggang Kailan Thelma Villarama
2011 Babaeng Hampaslupa Diana Wong / Anastacia See TV5
Glamorosa Dra. Paulina Valdez-Marciano
2012 Isang Dakot na Luha Amelia San Diego / Amelis Reyes
2012–2013 Enchanted Garden Diwani Alvera / Elaine Malforie
2013 Never Say Goodbye Criselda Madrigal-Montecastro
For Love or Money Kristine Almonte
2014 Confessions of a Torpe Monique Salcedo
2015 MariMar Mia Corcuera GMA Network
Magpakailanman: Paskong Malamig ang Puso Grace
2018 FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Catherine Versoza-Cabrera ABS-CBN
2018–2019 Ngayon at Kailanman Stella Simbajon-Cortes
2019 Madrasta Angelina Cruz GMA Network
Beautiful Justice Black Rose
2021 Legal Wives Amirah Alonte
2022 First Lady Ingrid Domingo

Awards, nominations, and achievementsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Michelle Lagdameo (December 18, 2013). "Alice Dixson, FHM Covergirl December 2013". FHM Philippines.

External linksEdit

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Sabrina Artadi
Binibining Pilipinas International
1986
Succeeded by
Lourdes Enriquez
Preceded by FHM Cover Girl
(December 2013)
Succeeded by