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They have two children. [21], Cuneta top billed three blockbuster melodramas in 1984: Sa Hirap at Ginhawa, Bukas, Luluhod And Mga Tala, and Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin Ragudo? She was named one of the "Philippines’ 15 Best Actresses of All Time” by the Directors’ Guild of the Philippines, Inc. (DGPI) [68]. It features a different side of the multi-awarded singer, actress, and TV host. This became the theme song of the film with same title starring Vilma Santos and directed by Danny Zialcita.

Sharon Cuneta's legacy and continued success in all the multiple fields of media and entertainment (film, television, music, live concert performances, commercial brand endorsements) has firmly established her stature as one of the most iconic and beloved celebrity personalties in the history of the Philippine entertainment industry. In 1992, Cuneta reunited with former flame, Richard Gomez in the film Ngayon at Kailanman and in 1994 with Kapantay Ay Langit. [69], “The Sharon Cuneta Show” Also known as TSCS, the Sunday night musical variety show had a two-year run in another network before moving to ABS-CBN on March 6, 1988. [39], In 2009, Cuneta starred in BFF: Best Friends Forever with Ai-Ai delas Alas and for the first time in her 30 years, a film with Regal Entertainment via Mano Po 6 (which later on gave her another Best Actress citation at the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival). [61], Cuneta has also released her own lifestyle magazine, Sharon at Home, published by ABS-CBN Publishing Inc. This is the show that I don’t know how many hundreds of thousands or millions of people watch in the whole country. It ran until June 15, 1997 and was awarded as Best Musical Variety Show by the PMPC Star Awards for Television in 1993. [62], Cuneta owns a residential project of six high-quality exclusive four-storey townhouses at No. [7] Their grand wedding ceremony was filmed and later on released as The Best of Sharon & Gabby on October the same year. 1996 was a particularly notable one as a Grand Slam Year for her for winning as “Best Actress” in all Major Award-giving bodies in the Philippine entertainment scene:[2] PMPC Star Awards for Movies, Film Academy of the Philippines, People's Choice Awards, FAMAS Awards and Gawad Urian.
[56] In 1997, Cuneta, her daughter KC, and Pangilinan moved to Boston, where Cuneta completed her major in business while her husband finished his post-graduate studies at Harvard University. [27] The couple had one child, actress KC Concepcion, born in April 1985. [22], Cuneta's reign as box-office queen even made stronger when she did films with popular action stars like Fernando Poe Jr. (Kahit Konting Pagtingin-1990) Robin Padilla ,(Maging Sino Ka Man-1991), Ramon 'Bong' Revilla Jr. (Pangako Sa 'Yo-1992), Rudy Fernandez (Kung Kailangan Mo Ako-1993) to name a few. Cuneta's variety show was moved from IBC to ABS-CBN on March 6, 1988. Op 12-jarige leeftijd stond ze met haar eerste single Mr. D.J. In the same month she was given a civic award by the City of Manila the Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinwigan for cinema. "Sweet and innocent, Sharon’s rendition instantly captured public attention. Sharon Cuneta was born on January 6, 1966 in Manila, Philippines as Sharon Gamboa Cuneta. [23], On September 12, 1984, Cuneta publicly married Concepcion at the Manila Cathedral, eight months after Sharon's 18th birthday.

In January 1978, a wide-eyed, 12-year old Sharon Gamboa Cuneta made her first visit to 782 Aurora Boulevard, which was the address of Vicor Records. On January 12, 2010, coinciding with her annual birthday show, her self-titled magazine Sharon at Home. Sharon Cuneta (Pasay, 6 januari 1966) is een Filipijns zangeres, actrice en TV-presentatrice. She has been married to Francis Pangilinan since 1998. [1] She has garnered "Best Actress" Awards and 23 nominations as an actress from notable Filipino award-giving bodies such as the Film Academy of the Philippines, FAMAS, the People's Choice Awards, the Metro Manila Film Festival, PMPC Star Awards for Movies, KOMOPB Awards, and the Gawad Genio Awards. "[47] Upon returning, she also announced that her first project in the channel would be as a judge in Your Face Sounds Familiar. Her Uncle and Vice-President of Vicor, Tito Sotto, asked her to record “Tawag Ng Pag-Ibig”[14] which he produced for her at Vicor and shortly after, this newbie singer was on television promoting her own song for the very first time and on the top-rated TV show “Discorama” hosted by TVJ,[15] no less.

[52] The couple had one child, actress KC Concepcion, born in April 1985.

[33], Cuneta also worked with National Artist for Film, Lino Brocka, for the first time via the film Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig. [7], For the first time, in 1996, Cuneta made a film outside her mother studio Viva Films via the film Madrasta from Star Cinema. [41], On November 22, 2011, Cuneta left ABS-CBN, her home network of 23 years, and signed a five-year contract with TV5.