Jodi Sta. Maria
Jodi Chrissie Garcia Sta. Maria
June 16, 1982
|Other names||Jodi Sta. Maria-Lacson|
|Agent|| Star Magic (1998–2018) |
Panfilo Lacson, Jr.
Jodi Chrissie Garcia Sta. Maria (born June 16, 1982), better known by her screen name Jodi Sta. Maria, is a Filipina actress.
Sta. Maria is the youngest that has a child. She and her brother were raised by their single mother. She attended the Philippine Pasay Chung Hua Academy and was an honor student.[ citation needed ] In school, Sta. Maria was active in her school's extra-curricular activities, particularly the volleyball varsity team and the debating team.
Sta. Maria was married to Panfilo "Pampi" Lacson Jr., the son of Senator Panfilo Lacson, from whom she is now separated. [ citation needed ][ citation needed ] The two met during a taping of Tabing Ilog and married at the age of 22. The marriage lasted for five years. They have a son born in 2005 named Panfilo "Thirdy" Lacson III. In a 2016 interview, Sta. Maria revealed that she was greatly affected by her separation from Lacson, which resulted in alcoholism and drug use. She quit smoking, alcohol, and drugs after the intervention of actress Coney Reyes and became a Born again Christian. The success of her TV series Be Careful With My Heart in 2012 also helped her recover from her addictions.
Sta. Maria attended De La Salle University-Dasmariñas and studied Medical Biology as her prerequisite to studying Medicine.[ citation needed ] She left college after a year due to the sudden success of her series Be Careful With My Heart, which was extended from its intended run of 3 months to 2 and 1/2 years. Sta. Maria will be finishing her degree in Psychology at Southville International School and Colleges in 2020. She was a Dean's Lister during her last semester in 2019.
She has been a WHO Ambassador since 2011.[ citation needed ]
A talent scout approached Sta. Maria and her friends to audition for commercials while at a fast-food chain. After numerous auditions and no offers, they gave up. A few weeks later, the talent scout approached Sta. María once again and encouraged her to audition for Star Magic. At 15, she was one of the youngest in their batch.
After starring and appearing in teen-oriented shows and movies such as Gimik , Flames , and Jologs , Sta. Maria landed a role in Tabing Ilog as the sassy tomboyish Georgina.The show was successful and ran for almost five years. She also became a host of Star Circle Quest alongside Luis Manzano.
She starred in the original version of Pangako Sa 'Yo (2000) as Lia Buenavista which played by Andrea Brillantes in remake and the 2015 remake as Amor Powers originally played by Eula Valdez.
After playing teen roles, she played villainous characters in primetime shows such as Walang Kapalit and Kampanerang Kuba . She transitioned to star in numerous independent films, which have been screened internationally. She has since received 2 Gawad Urian Award nominations.
In 2010, she starred in Noah alongside Piolo Pascual, who has called her a 'thinking actress'. In 2011, she played Sophia in the critically acclaimed 100 Days to Heaven . In 2012, Jodi became her special participation as Young Olivia La Peña in the daytime drama series Mundo Man ay Magunaw until she rose up when she top-billed the sleeper hit Be Careful With My Heart as Maya dela Rosa along with Richard Yap who played her love interest, Richard Lim. The show became a success worldwide, spawning albums, worldwide tours, and concerts.
|1999||Tabing Ilog||Georgina ”George” Fuentabella|
|2000–02||Pangako Sa 'Yo||Lia Buenavista|
|2003||Darating ang Umaga||Nicole del Fuego|
|2005||Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba||Veronica Saavedra de Vera / Agatha|
|2005||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Donna Lee||Episode: "Mariposang Dagat"|
|2006||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Mila||Episode: "Piso"|
|2007||Walang Kapalit||Cynthia Bermudez-Borromeo|
|2008||Ligaw na Bulaklak||Marilyn Alegro|
|2008||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Inday||Episode: "Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño de Cebu"|
|2008||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Anna||Episode: "Bracelet"|
Credited as "Jodi Sta. Maria-Lacson"
|2008||Sineserye Presents: The Susan Roces Cinema Collection: Patayin sa Sindak si Barbara||Ruth Martinez|
|2009||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Marilyn||Episode: "Medal of Valor"|
|2009||Tayong Dalawa||Angela Dominguez|
|2009||Your Song: Gaano Kita Kamahal||Carmela|
|2009||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Aimee||Episode: "Reseta"|
|2010||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Dolly||Episode: "Saranggola"|
|2010||Tanging Yaman||Marina Dimaguiba|
|2010||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Kris Aquino||Episode: "Makinilya"|
|2010–11||Noah||Ruth de Leon-Perez|
|2011||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Debbie||Episode: "Kwintas"|
|2011||100 Days to Heaven||Sophia Delgado / Tricia Manalastas|
|2012||Mundo Man ay Magunaw||Young Olivia San Juan-La Peña||Special participation|
|2012||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Mila||Episode: "Kamao"|
|2012–14||Be Careful With My Heart||Maya dela Rosa-Lim|
|2015–16||Pangako Sa 'Yo||Amor De Jesus-Powers/ Amor De Jesus-Buenavista|
|2017||Maalaala Mo Kaya||Marie||Episode: "Gatas"|
|2018||Sana Dalawa ang Puso||Ramona "Mona" Bulalayao / Elisabeth "Lisa" Laureano|
|2019||Sino ang May Sala?||Filipina "Fina" Capuyan-Baniaga|
|2020||My Single Lady||Chona San Miguel|
|2020–2021||Ang sa Iyo ay Akin||Marissa Pineda|
|2021||The Broken Marriage Vow||Dra. Jill V. Ilustre|
|1999||Oo Na, Mahal Na Kung Mahal||Patrick's girl||Cameo|
|2003||Noon at Ngayon: Pagsasamang Kay Ganda||Guia|
|2006||You Are The One||Charry Malasmas|
|2010||Cinco||Elisa||Segment: "Second: Paa"|
|2010||Third World Happy||Aylinn|
|2010||My Amnesia Girl||Flight Attendant|
|2014||Maria Leonora Teresa||Stella De Castro|
|2015||All You Need Is Pag-Ibig||Mel|
|2016||The Achy Breaky Hearts||Chinggay Villanueva|
|2017||Dear Other Self||Rebecca "Becky" Macadaeg|
|2019||Man and Wife||Luisa|
|2004||Star Circle Quest||PMPC Star Awards for Television|| Best Talent Search Program Host |
(with Luis Manzano)
|N/A||Face of the Night||Won|
|2005||Star Circle Quest|| Best Talent Search Program Host |
(with Luis Manzano)
|2007||You Are the One||PMPC Star Awards for Movies||Movie Supporting Actress of the Year||Nominated|
|Walang Kapalit||PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|
|2008||Maalaala Mo Kaya : "Maling Akala"||Golden Screen TV Awards||Best Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role (Drama)||Nominated|
|Sisa||Cinemanila International Film Festival||Digital Lokal-Best Actress||Won|
|2009||PMPC Star Awards for Movies||Movie Actress of the Year||Nominated|
|Golden Screen Awards||Best Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role (Drama)||Nominated|
|2010||Third World Happy||Cinema One Originals Film Festival||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|2011||Chassis||9th Gawad Tanglaw Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|35th Gawad Urian Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2012||100 Days to Heaven||USTv Student's Choice Awards||Best Supporting Actress in a Daily Local Soap Opera||Won|
|2013||Migrante||PMPC Star Awards for Movies||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Golden Screen Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|FAMAS Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Aparisyon||37th Gawad Urian Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Be Careful With My Heart||PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|
|GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards|| Most Popular Loveteam on Television |
(with Richard Yap)
|Anak Makabata Award||Iconic Seal||Won|
|2014||Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards||Best Television Actress||Won|
|GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards|| Most Popular Loveteam on Television |
(with Richard Yap)
|Golden Screen TV Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards||Pop Kapamilya TV Character||Won|
|Face of The Year Awards||Best Foreign Actress||Won|
|2015||All You Need Is Pag-Ibig||Metro Manila Film Festival||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Pangako Sa 'Yo||TV Series Craze Awards||Leading Lady of The Year||Won|
|GIC Innovation Awards for Television||Most Innovative Actress||Won|
|PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|
|2016||Anak Makabata Award||Iconic Seal||Won|
|14th Gawad Tanglaw Awards||Best Performance by an Actress (TV Series)||Won|
|24th KBP Golden Dove Awards||Best TV Actress in a Drama Program||Won|
|International Emmy Awards||International Emmy Award for Best Actress||Nominated|
|2017||Maalaala Mo Kaya: Baby for Sale||31st PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Single Performance by an Actress||Nominated|
|2018||Dear Other Self||34th PMPC Star Awards for Movies||Movie Actress of the Year||Nominated|
|Sana Dalawa ang Puso||32nd PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Drama Actress||Nominated|
|2019||Sino ang Maysala?||33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television||Nominated|
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