|Full name||Anna Christine Conwi Patrimonio|
|Country (sports)||Philippines (2004–present)|
|Born||December 29, 1991|
|Height||176 cm (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Anna Christine Conwi Patrimonio
December 29, 1991
|Education||National University (2012–present)|
|Occupation(s)||Actress, Singer, VJ, Dancer, athlete|
|Agent||Star Magic (2011–2012)|
Anna Christine "Tin" Conwi Patrimonio (born December 29, 1991) is a Filipino tennis player, model, actress and a former reality show contestant. She played for the National University Lady Bulldogs college varsity tennis team.
Tin was the second child of Purefoods TJ Hotdogs basketball superstar Alvin Patrimonio and Cindy Conwi,with her older brother Angelo and younger siblings Clarice and Asher.
Instead of following in her father's footsteps whose sport was basketball, Tin chose the sport of tennis and started playing tennis aged 8. She led the Lady Bulldogs to 3 consecutive UAAP Tennis Championships from 2013 to 2015. She was named MVP in UAAP Season 78 women's lawn tennis tournament.
Patrimonio also participated in Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited , she became the second athlete to enter the Bahay ni Kuya after Tricia Santos (a Palarong Pambansa veteran) in Teen Clash 2010. Patrimonio didn't make to the Big 4, as she was evicted by day 148. After her eviction from the PBB house, Patrimonio mentioned her openness to portray daring roles, however until now she yet to appear in FHM Philippines magazine in which fellow housemates Jahziel Manabat, Divine Maitland-Smith and Kim de Guzman already posed for.Along with Rachel Anne Daquis, Patrimonio was cited as one of the prettiest athletes in the Philippines. Patrimonio portrayed Gabriela Silang in an indie film Gabriela in 2013 with Carlo Aquino as Diego.
|2011–2012||Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited||Housemate||ABS-CBN||Evicted at day 148|
|2012||Kimmy Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme|
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