Kathryn Chandria Manuel Bernardo (born March 26, 1996) is a Filipina actress who became known for her role as Mara in the TV series Mara Clara (2010–2011).[4] She has also starred in other TV series' Princess and I (2012–2013), Got to Believe (2013–2014), Pangako Sa 'Yo (2015–2016), and La Luna Sangre (2017–2018). She has also starred in different films such as Way Back Home (2011),[5] Must Be... Love (2013), She's Dating the Gangster (2014), Crazy Beautiful You (2015), Barcelona: A Love Untold (2016), Can't Help Falling in Love (2017), The Hows of Us (2018), Three Words to Forever (2018), and Hello, Love, Goodbye (2019)

Kathryn Bernardo
Kathryn Bernardo at the Celebrate Mega in Iceland, 2016.jpg
Bernardo at the Celebrate Mega in Iceland
Born
Kathryn Chandria Manuel Bernardo

(1996-03-26) March 26, 1996 (age 23)
Other namesKath
Occupation
Years active2003 (2003)–present
AgentStar Magic (2003 (2003)–present)
Height158 cm (5 ft 2 in)[3]
Partner(s)Daniel Padilla
(2012–present)
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
Years active2014–present
LabelsStar Music (2014–present)

Bernardo is the first and only Filipina actress who breached the 800-Million mark for two movies. One was in 2018 for The Hows of Us and the other one is Hello, Love, Goodbye for 2019.[6][7]

Bernardo currently holds the highest-grossing Filipino Film of All Time for the movie Hello, Love, Goodbye. It also became the highest-grossing Filipino Film in the Middle East, Australia, and North America. Hello, Love, Goodbye broke the Box Office Records of any Filipino Film.[8][9]

Bernardo was given the "Phenomenal Box Office Queen" award alongside with her on-screen and real-life partner Daniel Padilla for their movie The Hows of Us, which also broke multiple records in the Philippine Cinema at the 50th Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards[10] and received the prestigious Camera Obscura Award from FDCP.[11]

She won "Best Actress" awards at the 35th PMPC Star Awards for Movies[12] and Entertainment Editors' Choice Awards for Movies, or The EDDY'S 2019 for her outstanding portrayal as George in The Hows of Us”.[13]

Bernardo was also given the “Box Office Queen” award for the blockbuster movie Barcelona: A Love Untold at the 48th Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards.[14]

Personal lifeEdit

Bernardo was born on March 26, 1996, in Cabanatuan in the Philippines. Her parents are Luzviminda and Teodore Bernardo. She was raised alongside her three siblings: two sisters named Chrysler and Kaye, and one brother named Kevin. She is the youngest in her family.

Bernardo was raised a member of Iglesia ni Cristo,[15] although it is unclear is Bernardo still follows the religion.[16]

In 2019, Bernardo admitted that she is in a long-term relationship with her on-screen partner, actor Daniel Padilla since 2012.

EducationEdit

Bernardo studied at OB Montessori Center Inc. before her acting debut in 2003. She was home schooled, and currently attends Enderun Colleges, Taguig, where she studies marketing.[17][18][19]

CareerEdit

Early careerEdit

Bernardo began acting in 2003, appearing as the young Cielo on ABS-CBN's It Might Be You. In 2006, she landed her first main role in the TV series Super Inggo playing Maya, the love interest of the main character. She then continued to play different roles in other ABS-CBN shows such as Krystala and Vietnam Rose before landing a permanent spot on the hit kiddie show Goin' Bulilit'.

In 2010, Bernardo received dramatic roles, the first being young Victoria on ABS-CBN's Magkaribal and young Jenny on GMA's Endless Love. Coincidentally, both premiered on June 28, 2010.[20]

Bernardo's breakthrough role was her as Mara David/Mara Del Valle in the remake of 1992 television drama Mara Clara with her co-star and off-screen best friend Julia Montes. Since its premiere, the TV series remained a consistent leader in primetime ratings. Affirming its success, the show was nominated in the 2011 Banff World Media Festival's "Telenovelas & Soap Operas" category and marked Bernardo's future as a distinguished actress.[21]

After the primetime teleserye ended, Bernardo soon began appearing in the Sunday afternoon teen show Growing Up. Re-partnering with Julia Montes, the show starred other up and coming ABS-CBN teen stars such as Kiray Celis, Diego Loyzaga and Daniel Padilla. On the show, Bernardo played the role of 15-year-old Ella who lives with her single mother.[22] The show premiered strongly, ranking at number 2 overall on the afternoon block of primetime television.[23]

Bernardo's film career started in 2004 with the movie Gagamboy. However, it was only in 2011 when she, together with her Mara Clara co-star Julia Montes, received a lead role in the movie Way Back Home.[24] The film opened at first place with an estimated PHP 18 million (US$428,571) in its first week that then surpassed other foreign film showings at the time, such as The Smurfs and Conan the Barbarian according to Box Office Mojo.[25]

In that same year, Bernardo was included in Regal Film's Metro Manila Film Festival entry Shake, Rattle & Roll 13. Bernardo took on the horror genre by snagging one of the lead roles of the film's second story called Parola.[26] Her performance received positive reviews. In a review for ClickTheCity.com, Philbert Dy praised Bernardo's acting: "A fantastic performance from Kathryn Bernardo ties it all together. It might just be one of the best things that has ever come out of Shake Rattle and Roll."[27]

Breakthrough and acting collaboration with Daniel PadillaEdit

Bernardo starred in Princess and I, a romance/drama royalty-themed television series, following the success of Growing Up. With a cast flanked by Daniel Padilla as Gino Dela Rosa, Enrique Gil as Prince Jao and Bernardo as Mikay/Princess Areeyah, the teleserye is touted as one of the grandest, being the first Philippine show to be shot in Bhutan.[28] Aside from Padilla and Gil as Bernardo's leading men on the show, Pilipinas Got Talent Season 3 former contestant Khalil Ramos played Mikay's unrequited lover and best friend Kiko. Other veteran actors like Gretchen Barretto and Albert Martinez joined the star-studded cast.[29]

The show garnered unprecedented ratings and appraisal as the number one primetime show in September 2012, opening more doors for Bernardo's shining career. In August 2013, she and Daniel Padilla announcing another television series: Got to Believe in which Bernardo plays Chichay Tampipi, a teenage girl who reunites with her childhood friend Joaquin Manansala (Padilla) after many years; Chichay falls for the rich boy despite their economic differences and family pasts, encountering difficult obstacles that put their love to the test. Got to Believe was also a primetime television hit, gathering 38.6% percent in ratings during the broadcast of the show's final episode and placing at No. 2 on Kantar Media's nationwide TV ranking list.[30]

Together with Padilla, they both starred in a Filipino romantic-comedy movie entitled 24/7 in Love that was released on November 21, 2012. She then starred alongside comedian Vice Ganda together with Daniel Padilla in the 2012 MMFF entry, Sisterakas;[31] in the 1st quarter of 2013, Bernardo, with co-star Daniel Padilla, released her first solo project film from Star Cinema entitled Must Be... Love that was broadcast on March 13.[32][33]

In December 2013, Bernardo and Padilla starred in the film (an entry for 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival) Pagpag (produced by Star Cinema and Regal Films) which was broadcast on Christmas Day.[34][35]

Bernardo and Padilla once again headlined a movie adaptation of Bianca Bernardino's best-selling novel named She's Dating the Gangster as part of Star Cinema's 20th anniversary in July 2014. The movie was produced by Star Cinema, co-produced by Summit Media and directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina. This is the 5th movie in which Kathryn and Padilla are paired on the big screen after the success of their romantic comedy television series Got to Believe (which was also directed by Garcia-Molina). According to Star Cinema Advertising Manager Mico del Rosario the film was a financial success, gathering PHP 15 million (US$340,000) on its first day of showing. On its 4th week (August 3, 2014), the movie reportedly grossed PHP 230 million (US$5,476,190).[36][37] A year after her recognition from FHM UK, Bernardo was ranked 17 behind former Japanese AV Idol Maria Ozawa for the FHM Philippines 100 Sexiest Woman 2015, which won by Jennylyn Mercado. On December 1, 2014 Bernardo with Daniel Padilla and Vice Ganda were given their own stars in the country's version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Eastwood Walk of Fame, located at Eastwood City, Quezon City.[38]

Bernardo has been involved in singing ventures such as her guest appearances for Daniel Padilla's concert "DOS" and her participation in the soundtrack albums of her primetime television shows.

Bernardo recorded her first solo "Mula Noon Hanggang Ngayon" as part of the soundtrack for Princess and I in 2012 and was originally sung by Lea Salonga. In 2013, she recorded a cover of David Pomeranz's "Got to Believe in Magic" with Padilla for their primetime television Got 2 Believe.

In 2014, she began to venture into music by recording various original songs and releasing her first studio album titled Kathryn. A duet with Padilla titled was used as the theme song for ABS-CBN's Summer Station. Bernardo also released her first solo original song titled "Ikaw Na Nga Yata", which was used in the local airing of the Korean series Pretty Man.[39][40] On November 6, she released the lead single to her debut album titled "You Don't Know Me" which was written by Marion Aunor and is about a blooming relationship that fails to take off because of the lack of effort of one of those involved to genuinely get to know the other.[41] The album was released on November 30 under Star Music, consisting of eleven songs in total.[42][43]

Bernardo cites American pop stars Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande as her musical inspirations; she further said she considers local pop sensation Sarah Geronimo and singer Yeng Constantino her idols.[40]

As of 2018, she is in a more than five-year-relationship with Daniel Padilla.[44]

DiscographyEdit

AlbumEdit

Year Album Title Details Certification Ref.
2014 Kathryn
  • Release date: November 26, 2014
  • Producer: Roque Balaoro Santos
  • Record label: Star Music
Platinum [45]

SinglesEdit

Year Track Details Ref.
2012 "Mula Noon Hanggang Ngayon"
2013 "Pagdating ng Panahon" [46]
"Got to Believe in Magic"
(with Daniel Padilla)
2014 "Ikaw Na Nga Yata" [40]

Music videosEdit

Year Title Details Ref.
2014 "PinaSmile"
(with Daniel Padilla)
  • Album: ABS-CBN Summer Station ID
  • Directed by: Peewee Gonzales and Paolo Ramos
  • Producer: Christian Faustino
  • Studio: ABS-CBN
[47]
"You Don't Know Me"
  • Words & Music by: Marion Aunor
  • Release date: December 24, 2014
  • Studio: Star Music
[42]
"Mr. DJ"
2015 "Thank You for the Love"
(with Daniel Padilla, Nadine Lustre, James Reid, Enrique Gil,
Liza Soberano, Bamboo Mañalac and Elha Nympha)
  • Album: ABS-CBN Christmas Station ID
  • Lyrics by: Robert Labayen
  • Music by: Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsaman
  • Studio: ABS-CBN
[48]
2017 "Share The Love"
(with Daniel Padilla, Janella Salvador and Elmo Magalona)
  • Written by: Robert Labayen, Angela Suarez
  • Music by: Lloyd Oliver “Tiny” Corpuz
  • *Produced by: Raizo Chabeldin
[49]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Lupe: A Seamans Wife Young Lupe
2004 Gagamboy Poknat
2005 Nasaan Ka Man Young Pilar
2006 Tatlong Baraha Inah Valiente
2008 Supahpapalicious Athena
2011 Way Back Home Joanna Santiago / Ana Bartolome
Shake, Rattle & Roll 13 Lucy
2012 24/7 in Love Jane Dela Cuesta
Sisterakas Katherine "Kathy" Maningas
2013 Must Be... Love Patricia "Patchot" Espinosa
Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay Leni dela Torre
2014 She's Dating the Gangster Athena Dizon / Kelay Dizon Highest Grossing Film adapted from the book
2015 Crazy Beautiful You Jacqueline "Jackie" Serrano
2016 Barcelona: A Love Untold Mia Angela Dela Torre / Celine Antipala 2016 Highest grossing non-MMFF Film
2017 Can't Help Falling in Love Gabriela "Gab" Benedictos Dela Cuesta Highest grossing Black Saturday movie
Gandarrapiddo: The Revenger Squad Chino's love interest Cameo
2018 The Hows of Us Georgina "George" Silva Second Highest Grossing Filipino Film of All Time
Three Words to Forever Tin Andrada
2019 Hello, Love, Goodbye Joy Marie Fabregas The Highest Grossing Filipino Film of All Time

Television SeriesEdit

Year Title Role Network Notes
2003 It Might Be You Young Cielo San Carlos ABS-CBN Special Participation
2004 Krystala Bulinggit
2005 Vietnam Rose Young Carina Mojica dela Cerna
2005-2008 Goin' Bulilit Herself First Batch
2006 Gulong ng Palad Young Mimi Sandoval Extended Cast
Komiks Presents: Agua Bendita Young Agua Cristi / Bendita Cristi
Komiks Presents: Bandanang Itim Juliana
Super Inggo Maya Guevarra
2007 Pangarap na Bituin Young Chorva Ayala Gomez
Prinsesa ng Banyera Young Mayumi Burgos Special Participation
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya Zorayda Episode Bracelet
2009 Your Song Presents: You Know It's Christmas Stephanie
Maalaala Mo Kaya Nympha Episode Blusa
Super Inggo at ang Super Tropa Maya Guevarra
2010 Endless Love Young Jenny Dizon / Jenny Cruz GMA
Magkaribal Young Victoria / Anna ABS-CBN
Mara Clara Mara David / Mara del Valle
2011 Wansapanataym: Apir Disapir Jenny
Growing Up Mikaella "Ella" Dimalanta
2012 Maalaala Mo Kaya Dang Episode Ensaymada
Princess and I Maria Mikaela "Mikay" Dela Rosa
/ Princess Areeyah Rinpoche
2013 Got to Believe Cristina Carlotta "Chichay" Tampipi
2014 Be Careful with My Heart Young Felicidad
Wansapanataym: Puppy ko si Papi Iris
2015 Maalaala Mo Kaya Daisy Ravelo Episode Parol
Pangako Sa ’Yo Yna Macaspac /
Maria Amor de Jesus
2017 La Luna Sangre Malia Rodriguez/ Emilio "Mio"/ Toni/ Punong Bantay

AccoladesEdit

Year Category Movie Organization Result Reference
2019 Best Actress The Hows of Us 3rd EDDYS Entertainment Editors' Awards Won [50]
Movie Actress of the Year 35th PMPC Star Award for Movies Won [51]
Pinaka-Pasadong Aktres Gawad PASADO Nominated
Phenomenal Star of Philippine Cinema 50th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won [52]
Golden Jury Award for Highest Grossing Film of All Time 50th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won
2018 Best Actress 5th Inding Indie Short Film Festival Won
Actress of the Year LionHeart TV Rawr Awards Won
Princess of Philippine Movies Can't Help Falling In Love With You 49th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won
2017 Most Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role Barcelona: A Love Untold 65th FAMAS Awards Nominated
Movie Actress of the Year 33rd PMPC Star Awards for Movies Nominated
Movie Love Team of the Year (with Daniel Padilla) Won
Box-Office Queen 48th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won
Movie Actress of the Year ALTA Media Icon Won
Most Influential Actress of the Year Barcelona: A Love Untold
Crazy Beautiful You
EdukCircle Won
2016 Princess of Philippine Movies Crazy Beautiful You 47th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won
Most Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role 64th FAMAS Awards Nominated
Movie Love Team of the Year (with Daniel Padilla) 32nd PMPC Star Award for Movies Won
2015 Teen Queen of Philippine Movies and Television She's Dating the Gangster 46th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won
Most Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role 63rd FAMAS Awards Nominated
Movie Actress of the Year ALTA Media Icon Awards Won
Best Film Actress The Platinum Stallion Awards Won
2014 Princess of Philippine Movies Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay 45th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won
Most Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role 62nd FAMAS Awards Nominated
2013 Best Actress Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival Nominated
Most Promising Female Star of the Year Sisterakas
24/7 in Love
44th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Won
Most Promising Loveteam of the Year (with Daniel Padilla) Won

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