Miho Nishida

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Nishida Miho
Born
Nishida Lalic Miho

(1992-12-16) December 16, 1992 (age 28)
Angono, Rizal, Philippines
Nationality Filipino and Japanese
OccupationTelevision personality
Years active2015–present
Agent Star Magic (2015–2018)
Therese Ramos (2018–present)
ChildrenAimi Nishida

Nishida Miho (born December 16, 1992) is a Filipino-born Japanese television personality, who became the Big Winner of the second batch of Pinoy Big Brother: 737 housemates in 2015.

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Early life

Nishida Miho was born on December 16, 1992, in Angono, Rizal, Philippines, but her mother, who worked as an entertainer, brought her to Japan when she was two years old and single-handedly raised her there. Having been exposed to Japanese culture and language for most of her life, she only understands and speaks a little English. She is a single mother; her daughter Aimi was born in 2010. [1]

Career

After winning Pinoy Big Brother: 737 – Part 2, Nishida joined the cast of It's Showtime , partaking in its "Tomiho Realiserye" current segment, along with her co-competitor and ex-boyfriend Tommy Esguerra. [2] She's also a former member of All Female Dance Group Girltrends .

Filmography

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2018 Since I Found You MaggieGuest Role
2017 Ipaglaban Mo! HazelEpisode: "Bihag"
La Luna Sangre MykaGuest Role
Maalaala Mo Kaya AbbyEpisode: "Salon"
2016–2017 Langit Lupa Cindy ManlangitSupporting Role
2016 Maalaala Mo Kaya HerselfEpisode: "Bahay"
Funny Ka, Pare Ko Neneng
2015 It's Showtime HerselfSegment: ToMiho A Love Realiserye
Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal Player
Pinoy Big Brother: 737 – Part 2 Housemate / Big Winner

Movies

YearTitleRoleNotesRef.
2017Foolish LoveLea
2017 Haunted Forest

Concerts/Tours

In December 2017, Miho held her first ever major concert "Miho: I Am Unstoppable" in Music Museum with special guests JV "Young JV" Kapunan, Zeus Collins, Mikee Agustin and Yexel Sebastian.

In February 2018, together with her rumored boyfriend JV Kapunan formerly known as "Young JV" had their post Valentines Pop up concert titled "It's Happening! A night with JHo".

In April 2018, Miho joined Kisses Delavin and Thony Labrusca in a Singapore concert.

Discography

In February 2018, JV Kapunan released his first single for 2018 entitled "123" featuring Miho in three languages which talks about their story on how they met.

It's also Miho's first recording of original song. Music Video was released March 9, 2018 shot in Boracay by International Director and Choreographer Lenny Dela Peña popularly known as Lenny Len.

Music and Lyrics by Toronto Base singer- songwriter Andrew Briol and Filipino singer- songwriter Thyro Alfaro. The Japanese part of the Lyrics was translated by Miho herself.

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References

  1. "Profile: Miho". ABS-CBN Corporation . Retrieved January 7, 2016.
  2. Siazon, Rachelle (November 20, 2015). "Miho Nishida gets emotional over approval of Tommy Esguerra's parents". Philippine Entertainment Portal . GMA Network Inc. Retrieved January 7, 2016.
Preceded by
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Pinoy Big Brother
Big Winner

2015
Succeeded by
Maymay Entrata
Preceded by
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Pinoy Big Brother Regular Season
Big Winner

2015
Succeeded by
Yamyam Gucong