Alicia Alonzo

Germelina Viana Hernandez (born June 1, 1946), better known by her stage name Alicia Alonzo, is a Filipina actress in movies and television in the Philippines. She is the sister of action star Anthony Alonzo.

Alicia Alonzo
Born
Germelina Viana Hernandez

(1946-06-01) June 1, 1946 (age 76)
OccupationActress
Years active1967–present
ChildrenJon Hernandez

CareerEdit

She was a flight stewardess of Philippine Air Lines whose fate took a dramatic turn when her younger brother, actor Anthony Alonzo†, saw an advertisement by Lea Productions searching for a new star.

She joined showbiz from 1967 in Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan, Together Again, So Happy Together, Kwatang: A Star Is Born and Karate Kid.

She appeared in more than 140 movies and television shows up to date including Donata (1968), Marahas Ang Daigdig (1970), Kamay Na Gumagapang (1974), Kutong Lupa (1976), and Roberta (1979), among others. In 1980's, Alonzo appeared in Uhaw Sa Kalayaan (1980), Bakit Bughaw Ang Langit? (1981) starring Nora Aunor and Dennis Roldan, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town! (1982) with Robert Arevalo, Liza Lorena and Raoul Aragon, Condemned (1984) starring Nora Aunor, Dan Alvaro, Gina Alajar and Sonny Parsons, Sa Dibdib Ng Sierra Madre (1985), Saan Nagtatago Ang Pag-ibig? (1987) starring Vilma Santos, Ricky Davao and Gloria Romero, Tamis Ng Unang Halik (1989) with Kristina Paner and Cris Villanueva. She did movies also in 1990's Sagot Ng Puso (1990) with Sheryl Cruz and Romnick Sarmenta, Alyas Boy Kano (1992), Warat (1999) and Soltera (1999) with Maricel Soriano.

She was also cast in a classic Philippine TV series Anna Liza played by Julie Vega aired from 1980 to 1986. She also appeared in TV series like Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin (2001), Mulawin (2004), Lupin (2007), Mula Sa Puso (2011) and Maalaala Mo Kaya series.

In 2018, she staged a comeback on GMA Network after 4 years to play a grandmother role in Kara Mia.

Personal lifeEdit

Her parents are Alfredo Hernandez and Lourdes Viana. She is the mother of actor Jon Hernandez, with former actor Ross Rival (eldest brother of Phillip Salvador).

Awards and nominationsEdit


Year Award Giving Body Category Nominated Work Results
1973 FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actress Villa Miranda Nominated
2000 PMPC Star Awards for Television Vic Silayan Memorial Award N/A Won[1]

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role(s) Network
2019 Kara Mia Asuncion Machado GMA Network
2018 The Stepdaughters Felicidad "Fely" Almeda
2017 Hanggang Saan Doña Miranda Montoya-Montecillo ABS-CBN
My Dear Heart Maria
2015–2017 Doble Kara Barbara Salgado-Acosta
2015 Nathaniel Loida Pelaez
Pablo S. Gomez's Inday Bote Lita Vargas
2014 Give Love on Christmas: The Gift Giver Laura Aguinaldo
2013 Anna Karenina Zenaida Cervantes GMA Network
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Diploma Lola ABS-CBN
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Sapatos Lola
2012–2013 Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga Doña Victoria Altamonte GMA Network
2012 Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis Lola Andeng / Old Matilda
2011 Rod Santiago's The Sisters Yaya Maxima TV5
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Piyesa Lola Ester ABS-CBN
Mula Sa Puso Minerva Trinidad
2010 Elena M. Patron's Momay Lola Conchita
2009–2010 Dahil May Isang Ikaw Doña Victoria Alferos
Ikaw Sana Tiya Mameng
2009 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Singsing
2008 Sine Novela: Maging Akin Ka Lamang Doña Leticia Paruel GMA Network
2007 Lupin Tiya Nelia
2006 Now and Forever: Duyan Precy
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Roses ABS-CBN
2005 Now and Forever: Mukha Juanita GMA Network
2004 Ikaw Sa Puso Ko
2004–2005 Mulawin Rosing
2003–2004 Twin Hearts Ceta Saraga
2001–2002 Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin Mending Morales
2000 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Apples, Oranges & Banana ABS-CBN
Munting Anghel Lily GMA Network
1999-2001 Marinella Minda ABS-CBN
1993 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Sa Kandungan Mo Inay
1992 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Helmet
1987 Kahapon Lamang
1980–1985 Anna Liza Isabel Santiago GMA Network

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes Source
1960 Court Martial (Batas Ng Hukbo)
1967 Kwatang: A Star Is Born Fara Diva
1967 Karate Kid
1967 Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan
1967 Together Again
1967 Teritoryo Ko Ito
1967 So Happy Together
1967 Nagaapoy Na Dambana
1968 Bulag Na Matador
1968 Private Ompong and the Sexy Dozen
1968 Pitong Krus ng Isang Ina
1968 Magic Guitar
1968 Mad Doctor of Blood Island Marla
1968 Kaming Taga-ilog
1968 Jingy
1968 Good Morning Titser
1968 Giyera Patani
1968 Donata
1968 Buhay Bombero Alice
1969 Brownout
1969 Batang Palengke
1969 The Bandits
1969 Kuwatro
1969 Rikitik Love Rositik
1969 Paula
1970 Marahas ang Daigdig
1971 Signos Trece
Tapang Brothers
Life Everlasting
1972 Battle of Lingayen
Ang Gangster at ang Birhen
Dirty Hari
Isla De Toro
Villa Miranda
1973 Ambrose Dugal
Digmaan sa Paraiso
Lupang Hinirang
Maalaala Mo Kaya?
Beba, the Mermaid A-Lai-Sha
Aking Maria Clara
1974 Bandila ng Magigiting
Weighed But Found Wanting
Kamay Gumagapang
Heroes of Dimataling
Psssst… Halika Babae Betty (Sandra's girl)
The Devil's Daughter
1975 Sangre Montilla
Concentration Camp. No. 5
Maligat Ka Kung Magsaing
May Karapatang Lumigaya
1976 Sakada Aurora
Mortal Celia
Kung Bakit May Ulap ang Mukha ng Buwan
Kutong Lupa
Bong Bong
Daigdig ng Lagim
Langit, Lupa at Impiyerno (Pandemonium)
1977 Tahan na Empoy, Tahan
1978 Mananayaw
1979 Roberta Tinay
1987 Kung Aagawin Mo ang Lahat sa Akin Yaya Rosita
1988 Nakausap Ko ang Birhen
Pepeng Kuryente: Man with a Thousand Volts Aling Rosa

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Happy, triumphant faces at the 14th PMPC Star Awards for TV". The Philippine Star. October 9, 2000. Retrieved July 19, 2016.

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