Jo Berry (actress)
Josephine Bibit Berry
|Agent||GMA Artist Center (since 2016)|
Berry is the youngest of four children born to parents Romilyn "Lynn" and Perry Berry Sr. Her father is Spanish-American, and the president of the Little People's Association of the Philippines (LPAP). Berry was born with dwarfism, same as her father and her eldest brother, while her mother and her two siblings are of average height.
Berry started her acting career in the drama anthology series Magpakailanman, where she played the role of Lorna Fernandez. She starred in the television drama series Onanay, where she played the lead role Onay Matayog, a woman born with Achondroplasia.
In 2019, she starred in the drama series The Gift.
|2016||Magpakailanman||Lorna Fernandez||Episode: "My Little Wife"|||
|2018-2019||Onanay||Ronalyn "Onay" Matayog-Samonte|
|2019||Dear Uge||Madam So Very|
|2019||Daig Kayo ng Lola Ko||Lily||Episode: "Which is Witch"|||
|2019||Wish Ko Lang!||Michelle|
|2019-2020||The Gift||Strawberry "Straw" Apostol Anzures|
|2019||Kiko en Lala||Tadhana|
|2019||Onanay||33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best New Female TV Personality||Nominated|||
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