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|Birth name||Kristofer Lawrence Cadevida|
|Born||September 1, 1982|
Los Angeles, California
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, producer, host|
Kristoffer Lawrence Cadevida(born on September 1, 1982), better known as simply Kris Lawrence, is a Filipino-American singer-songwriter of dual American and Filipino citizenship.
Lawrence was born in Los Angeles, California, United States. His father is Loreto Cadevida and his mom is Justina Protacio. His younger sister, Laurie Cadevida, played Kim, a Vietnamese woman on the North American Tour of Miss Saigon. Before he won Search for the Star in a Million , he was with Jay-R in the group First Impression from mid-1998 to early 2000.
In 2010, he signed an exclusive contract with GMA Network and appeared on the variety show Party Pilipinas . On March 12, 2012, Lawrence signed to GMA Records along with three other artists. Having already made GMA (the Kapuso Network) his home network since early 2010, and now officially joining their roster in music, Lawrence has hinted at his wish for his songs to be used in different shows on GMA.
Lawrence's self-titled debut album was released in 2006, followed by Moments of Love in 2009 which mainly included covers of songs such as George Michael's "Careless Whisper", Richard Marx's "Right Here Waiting" and Christopher Cross' "I Will Take You Forever". His third album, Spread the Love, was released in 2013. And His Fourth Album, Most Requested Playlist, was released in 2015 under Universal Records.
|2017||Eat Bulaga! Jackpot En Poy||Himself / Contestant||GMA Network|
|2016||Eat Bulaga!||Himself / Performer|
|2013–2015||Sunday All Stars||GMA Network|
|2012||Chef Boy Logro: Kusina Master||Himself / Guest|
|Showbiz Central||Himself / Live Guest|
|2010||Puso ng Pasko: Artista Challenge||Challenger|
|Diva||Himself / Guest|
|2010–2013||Party Pilipinas||Himself / Performer|
|2007||Your Song I'd Rather (with Jasmine Trias)||Sid||ABS-CBN|
|2006–2010, 2015–present||ASAP||Himself / Performer|
|2005–2006||Star in a Million Season 2||Himself / Contestant|
|1997||Batang PX||Star Cinema & Available Light Productions, Inc.|
|May 11, 2006||Kris Lawrence||Star Records|
|June 9, 2009||Moments of Love||MCA Music|
|January 1, 2013||Spread the Love||GMA Records|
|August 28, 2015||Most Requested Playlist||Universal Records|
|2008||Telesine: The Greatest Movie and TV Theme Songs||Star Records|
|January 24, 2008||Love Life – Life Songs and Life Stories with Boy Abunda|
|December 12, 2007||Maging Sino Ka Man (Original Teleserye Soundtrack)|
|2007||Pinoy Biggie Hits Vol. 3|
|2007||Pinoy Biggie Hits Volume 2|
|2007||Pinoy Biggie Hits|
|Wish Music Awards||2018||Wishclusive R&B Performance of the Year||"Versace on the Floor"||Nominated|
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