Bea Alonzo filmography

Bea Alonzo is a Filipino actress who made her screen debut in the 2002 teen series K2BU. At the age of 15, she had her breakthrough role as a lawyer in the drama series Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay (2002),[1][2] for which she received her first Star Awards for Best Actress nomination.[3] The following year, Alonzo made her film debut in the romantic comedy My First Romance alongside John Lloyd Cruz.[4] She co-starred with Cruz in a string of releases, including the romantic dramas Now That I Have You (2004), All About Love (2006), and Close to You (2006).[5] They both had starring roles in the television series It Might Be You (2003), Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin (2005), and Maging Sino Ka Man (2006).[6] She then played Jinkee Pacquiao opposite Jericho Rosales in the Joel Lamangan-directed biographical drama Pacquiao: The Movie (2006).[7]

A woman wearing a blazer and holding a pen while smiling to the camera
Alonzo during the Star Magic tour in 2010

Alonzo received critical acclaim for her role as Basha,[8][9] a woman in a loveless and controlling relationship in the romantic drama One More Chance (2007),[10] which earned her nominations at the FAMAS and Luna Awards for Best Actress.[11][12] The following year, she played the titular character in the comedy series I Love Betty La Fea (2008), based on the Colombian telenovela Yo soy Betty, la fea.[13] In 2010, she portrayed Corazon Aquino, the first female president of the Philippines, in the anthology series Maalaala Mo Kaya.[14] During this period, Alonzo appeared in several television projects; she played a fashion designer in Magkaribal (2010),[15] a woman seeking answers for her fiancé's death in Guns and Roses (2011),[16] and an heiress in A Beautiful Affair (2012).[17] She received Star Award nominations for Best Actress for her performances as an adulteress torn between her lover and his son in the drama The Mistress (2012),[18][19] and as one of the siblings attempting to thwart her brother from getting married in the ensemble film Four Sisters and a Wedding (2013).[20][21]

For her portrayal of dual roles in the revenge drama series Sana Bukas pa ang Kahapon (2014),[22] Alonzo won the KBP Golden Dove Award for Best Actress.[23] In 2015, she reprised her role as Basha in the sequel A Second Chance, her highest-grossing release,[24] for which she won the Star Award for Best Actress.[25] She went on to play a young stepmother in the family drama series A Love to Last (2017),[26] appeared opposite Aga Muhlach in Paul Soriano's romance drama First Love (2018),[27] and starred in the horror thriller Eerie (2019).[28] She will play leading roles in the adaptations of the South Korean series Start-Up and the South Korean romantic drama A Moment to Remember.[29][30]

FilmEdit

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Bea Alonzo's film credits with year of release, film titles and roles
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
2003 My First Romance Bianca [31]
2004 Now That I Have You Betsy [32]
2005 Dreamboy Cyd [33]
2006 All About Love Lia [34]
2006 Pacquiao: The Movie Jinkee Pacquiao [7]
2006 Close to You Marian [35]
2007 One More Chance Basha Eugenio [8][36]
2009 And I Love You So Lara [37]
2010 Miss You like Crazy Mia Samonte [38]
2010 Sa 'yo Lamang Dianne Alvero [39]
2011 Pak! Pak! My Dr. Kwak! Cielo Delos Santos [40]
2012 The Mistress Sari Alfonso [41]
2012 24/7 in Love Belle [42]
2013 Four Sisters and a Wedding Bobbie Salazar [43]
2013 Bromance: My Brother's Romance Unnamed Cameo [44]
2013 She's the One Cat Aguinaldo [45]
2015 The Love Affair Adie Valiente [46]
2015 A Second Chance Basha Eugenio [36]
2016 How to Be Yours Anj [47]
2018 Kasal Lia Marquez [48]
2018 First Love Allison Castillo [49]
2019 Eerie Pat Consolacion [50]
2019 Unbreakable Mariel Salvador [51]
2020 Fan Girl Herself Cameo [52]
2020 Four Sisters Before the Wedding Bobbie Salazar Cameo [53]
2022 Special Memory   TBA [30]

TelevisionEdit

Bea Alonzo's film credits with year of release, film titles and roles
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
2002 K2BU Dianne [54]
2003 Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay Katrina Argos [55]
2004 It Might Be You Cielo San Carlos [56]
2005 Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin Jasmin [55]
2006 Star Magic Presents Guest role [57]
Komiks Hilda Episode: "Kamay ni Hilda" [58]
Maging Sino Ka Man Jackie Madrigal [59]
2007 Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik Jackie Madrigal [60]
2008 I Love Betty La Fea Beatriz Pengson [61]
May Bukas Pa Sara Guest role [62]
2009 Your Song Melissa Episode: "Someone to Love" [63]
2010 Maalaala Mo Kaya Corazon Aquino Episodes: "Kalapati" and "Makinilya" [64][65]
Magkaribal Angela Abella / Gelai Agustin [66]
2011 Guns and Roses Reign Santana [67]
Maalaala Mo Kaya Knoll Episode: "Kwintas" [68][69]
2012 A Beautiful Affair Gen Saavedra [70]
2014 Sana Bukas pa ang Kahapon Rose Buenavista-Salvador / Emmanuelle Gaspar-Romero [71]
2017 A Love to Last Andrea Agoncillo [72]
2019 Kadenang Ginto Unnamed Cameo [73]
2021 Bubble Gang as herself
2022 Start-Up PH Danica Sison Lead cast [74]
Magpakailanman Lezlie Episode: "The Haunted Soul"
2023 Love Before Sunrise

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