Lourdes Virginia "Lovi" Moran Poe (born February 11, 1989) is a Filipino actress, model, and recording artist. She is the daughter of the late action star Fernando Poe Jr. Poe is famous for playing the roles of Kristal Maisog in the 2006 series Bakekang and Shiela Real in the 2014 drama series Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real opposite Dingdong Dantes and Maricel Soriano.
Poe at the 69th Venice International Film Festival, September 2012
|Birth name||Lourdes Virginia Moran-Poe|
|Born||February 11, 1989|
Quezon City, Philippines
|Origin||Angeles City, Philippines|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, actress, model|
|Labels||Sony BMG Sony Music (Philippines) |
GMA Artist Center (2006–present)
|Associated acts||Ogie Alcasid, Glaiza de Castro|
She received her very first acting award as Best Actress in the 2010 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival for her role as Lilibeth in the film Mayohan. The same year, she was also a FAMAS Best Actress awardee for portraying the role of Kath Asero in Sagrada Familia.
Early and personal lifeEdit
Poe was born in St. Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City, to Filipino actors Fernando Poe Jr. and Rowena Moran. It was in February 2004 when Poe Jr. admitted to the public that he has a daughter with the former actress and beauty queen making her and Senator Grace Poe half-sisters.
Poe finished high school at the Colegio San Agustin in Makati where she graduated in 2007. She then later took courses at the International Academy of Management and Economics and Miriam College.
Poe has dated actors Cogie Domingo, Jolo Revilla, Jake Cuenca, Rocco Nacino, and politician Ronald Singson. As of 2017, Poe is romantically linked with French-Filipino Chris Johnson, whom she previously denied dating the previous year in August.
It was in 2006 when Poe was handpicked by an international singing duo named Same Same to perform with them the song "Without You," which is included in the duo's debut album "The Meaning of Happy." She was then first paired with Cogie Domingo in the youth-oriented show Love to Love. Her biggest acting break to date came when she was tapped to play the coveted role of Kristal, whose mother Bakekang, played by Sunshine Dizon pushed her to join show business as an actress in the hit 2006 TV series, Bakekang. Her acting in the series gained critical praise and was named the Best New Female TV Personality in the 21st PMPC Star Awards for Television.
She was also a part of Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan as the newspaper journalist who is a friend of a policeman who turned into a superhero among with his other cousins, which is played by Marky Cielo as Alexis Lorenzo or Zaido Green. they played as loveteams in the series. In 2008, she had another biggest break playing her first daring role as Joanna in GMA daytime drama Sine Novela: Kaputol ng Isang Awit which stars Glaiza de Castro, Marky Cielo and Jolo Revilla.
In 2008, Lovi won a New Movie Actress of the Year award for her role in the movie Shake Rattle and Roll 9 in 24th PMPC Star Awards for Movies.
She is part of the Gabby Concepcion 20-city tour which kicked off on August 17, 2008. Her "Bloom" solo concert at Music Museum is set for October 16. Bloom is also the title of her 2nd album under SonyBMG. She is also part of the cast of "Paukay-Ukay" of Regal Entertainment.
In late 2008, Lovi starred in "LaLola" where she worked with Rhian Ramos, Eula Valdez and the late Marky Cielo. In 2009, she was seen in "Ang Babaeng Hinugot Sa Aking Tadyang" where she is paired with Prince Stefan.
In mid-May 2009, Lovi joined TV5's youth-oriented show "Lipgloss" as Princess Ava/Sophia. Her home network GMA-7 previously did not allow her to join the series as per network policy stating their contract talents be exclusive to their network. Her manager, Leo Dominguez defended their move saying that "Lovi does not have an existing contract with GMA". Since then Lovi has not appeared in any of the Kapuso Network's shows. It was also reported that she entertained offers from GMA's rival network ABS-CBN to become a Kapamilya talent after rumored boyfriend Jolo Revilla was named as one of the lead stars of the network's new fantasy series "Agimat". She was strongly considered to be cast as Jolo's leading lady in the series until her manager decided to accept GMA's offer to cast Lovi in the new sitcom Show Me Da Manny. In 2010, she became a regular on the GMA Sunday noontime variety show Party Pilipinas. She was supposed to play a role in the action-adventure series Panday Kids but eventually left the project, as she no longer liked her role. In July 2010, she appeared in the independent film Mayohan for which she won her first acting award, the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival Award for Best Actress.
- "Huwag Kang Mangako" (Akin Pa Rin ang Bukas Theme Song) (2013)
- "Even If" (The Bride and the Lover Theme Song) (2013)
- "Love Affair" (Featuring Viktoria Vixen) (2013)
- "Suddenly It's Magic" (My Valentine Girls Theme Song) (2011)
- "Dito sa Puso" (Wanted: Perfect Family Theme Song) (2009)
- "Nais Ko" (Kaputol ng Isang Awit Theme Song) with Glaiza de Castro (2008)
- "Sana" (2008)
- "I Love You" (2006)
- "I Never Knew Love" (2006)
- "Kung Pwede Lang" (2006)
- "Tayong Dalawa" (Bakekang Theme Song) (2006)
As a featured artistEdit
- "One Night, One Kiss" (2016, JC de Vera)
- "Lov na Lov" (2007, Gloc-9)
- "Without You" (2006, Same Same)
- "Fantaisie" (2016, Music Museum)
- "Bloom" (2008, Music Museum)
|Sunday All Stars||
|Show Me Da Manny||
|Ang Asawang Naging Kabit||
Ma'am Pia Gonzales
|Dear Uge||Bes at Plastikan||
|Soap Opera Sisters||
|Magpakailanman||Dalawang Babae, Isang Anak||
|The Beverly Grimaldo Story: Apoy ng Pangarap||
|The Arlene dela Cruz Story: Krimen sa Ngalan ng Puri||
Arlene dela Cruz
|My Psychotic Husband||
|The Elsa de Guzman Story: Gang Rape||
Elsa de Guzman
|Time Heals All Wounds||
|GMA News TV|||
|Spooky Nights Presents||
|Love Bug Presents||
|Say I Do||
|Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang||
|Love to Love||
|Jass Got Lucky||
|2015||Pabangon: Tacloban A Lenten Special||N/A||GMA Network||APT Entertainment lenten special|
|2012||Pinagpala sa Babaeng Lahat||N/A||APT Entertainment lenten special with James Blanco|||
|Hindi Tayo Pwede||
|Viva Films||Leading role with Tony Labrusca and Marco Gumabao|
|The Annulment||Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Joem Bascon|
|The Significant Other||
Maxene de Vera
|Cineko Productions||Leading role with Tom Rodriguez and Erich Gonzales|
|Woke Up Like This||
|Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Vhong Navarro|
|Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Derek Ramsey|||
Gregoria de Jesus
|Erasto Films||Leading role with Gina Pareño|||
|Shake, Rattle & Roll XV||
|Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Matteo Guidicelli|||
|Cinema One Originals||Leading role with Rocco Nacino|||
|Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel||N/A||Spring Films, MJM Productions, Quantum Films||Cameo role|||
|Status: It's Complicated||N/A||Regal Entertainment||Cameo role|||
|BG Productions International||Leading role with Jake Cuenca|||
|Talamak||N/A||Renaissance Entertainment||Supporting role|||
|Metric Films||Leading role with Paulo Avelino|||
|The Bride and the Lover||
|Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Jennylyn Mercado|||
|Center Stage Productions||Leading role with Nora Aunor|||
|Shake, Rattle and Roll 14: The Invasion||
|Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Vhong Navarro|||
|Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles||
|Reality Entertainment, AgostoDos Pictures||Leading role with Dingdong Dantes|||
|Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Benjamin Alves|||
|Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow||
|Regal Entertainment||Supporting role|
|Deadline: The Reign of Impunity||
|AEI Movie Productions, XITI Productions||Supporting role|
|Regal Entertainment||Leading role with Paulo Avelino|
|My Neighbor's Wife||
|Leading role with Carla Abellana|
|Regal Entertainment, GMA Films||Main cast|
|My Valentine Girls||
|Regal Entertainment||Supporting role|
|Cinemalaya||Leading role with Elijah Castillo|||
|Leo Films, Legalas Production||Supporting role|||
|Walang Hanggang Paalam'||
|Pollen Productions||Leading role with Jacky Woo|
|Shake, Rattle & Roll 9||
|Regal Entertainment||Supporting role|
|Year||Film award / Critics||Recipient / Nominated work||Award||Result||Ref.|
|2014||PMPC Star Awards for Television||Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|||
|FAPSA Awards||Titser||Lead Artist Special Recognition (With Agot Isidro)||Won|||
|Golden Screen Awards||Sana Dati||Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role-Drama||Nominated|
|PEP List Awards||Herself||Female Fab of the Year (PEPsters' Choice)||Won|||
|2013||Gawad Pasado Awards||Thy Womb||Pinakapasadong Katuwang na Aktres||Won|||
|Golden Screen TV Awards||Legacy||Outstanding Performance by an Actress||Nominated|||
|2012||Luna Awards||Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow||Best Supporting Actress||Won|||
|My Neighbor's Wife||Best Actress||Nominated|||
|PMPC Star Awards for Movies||My Neighbor's Wife||Movie Actress of The Year||Nominated|||
|Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow||Movie Supporting Actress of the Year||Won|||
|Golden Screen Awards||Temptation Island||Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role||Nominated|||
|2011||Mayohan||Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role-Drama||Won|||
|PMPC Star Awards for Movies||Movie Actress of the Year||Nominated|||
|2010||FAMAS Awards||Sagrada Familia||Best Actress||Won|||
|Golden Screen Awards||Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role||Nominated|||
|Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival||Mayohan||Best Actress||Won|||
|2008||PMPC Star Awards for Television||Kaputol ng Isang Awit||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|||
|PMPC Star Awards for Movies||Shake, Rattle and Roll 9||New Movie Actress of the Year||Won|||
|2007||PMPC Star Awards for Television||Bakekang||Best New Female TV Personality (Tied with Kim Chiu)||Won|||
|2006||SOP Music Awards||Herself||Breakthrough Artist of the Year||Won|||
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Lovi Poe was born Lourdes Virginia Moran Poe on July 22, 1990, a product of the late action king Fernando Poe Jr.'s affair with Rowena Moran, a former commercial model and actress.
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