Ara Mina

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Ara Mina
BornHazel P. Reyes
(1979-05-09) May 9, 1979 (age 35)
Manila, Philippines
Other namesAra, Kris
OccupationActress, Fashion Model and Singer
Years active1986-present
RelativesCristine Reyes
 
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Ara Mina
BornHazel P. Reyes
(1979-05-09) May 9, 1979 (age 35)
Manila, Philippines
Other namesAra, Kris
OccupationActress, Fashion Model and Singer
Years active1986-present
RelativesCristine Reyes

Hazel Pascual Reyes (born on May 9, 1979 in Manila, Philippines), better known by her screen name, Ara Mina, is a Filipina actress, fashion model and singer. She won the Golden Screen Award in 2004 for Best Actress in a drama in the Philippines for her role as Luna in Minsan Pa. The Filipino Express said "Ara Mina's role in this Jeffrey Jeturian film actually lies in the borderline of lead and supporting actress. Although she is the leading lady of Jomari Yllana and is, in fact, billed alongside his name, her character is basically secondary to the flow of the story (her first scene, in fact, comes much later in the movie). But whether lead or support, Ara Mina had already proven her worth as an actress in films like Mano Po 2 and Huling Birhen sa Lupa--the two films that had already given her acting trophies in the past. In Minsan Pa, she delivers another fine performance that is worth of more acting awards.[1]

She is the daughter of Chuck Mathay, a former Philippine congressman from Quezon City. Her half-sister Cristine Reyes is also an actress with ABS-CBN.

Mina has appeared on the TV shows Bubble Gang, Prinsesa ng Banyera and Totoy Bato. She also played the role of Glacilda Bautista in Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin?.[2]

In 2012-2013 After Hiatus on TV Dramas Mina, starred in the top-rated Afternoon Drama Yesterday's Bride which aired on GMA-7 and Internationally through GMA Pinoy TV which aired for 5 months as she played one of the latters antagonist. In 2013 she has appeared in both networks ABS CBN and GMA in Drama Anthologies such as MMK and Magpakailanman (2012-Present Revival of the TV Series) and also made guest appearances on Wanasapanatym and Showbiz Featured Talk Show Startalk

Television shows[edit]

YearTitleRoleNetwork
2014The GiftTV5
2014Wansapanataym: Enchanted HouseDorothy BarinABS-CBN
2013Maalaala Mo Kaya: Double BassLiezelABS-CBN
2013Wansapanataym: Dolly DaldalLisaABS-CBN
2013Maalaala Mo Kaya: DrawingShirleyABS-CBN
2013Teen GenVioleta "Violet" Bernardo-TorresGMA Network
2013Magpakailanman: The Wally Bayola StoryRizaGMA Network
2012Yesterday's BrideJosie RamirezGMA Network
2012P.S. I Love YouCassandraTV5
2011Maalaala Mo Kaya: TulayEsterABS-CBN
2011Ang Utol Kong HoodlumRhea BustillosTV5
2011I Dare YouHerself (challenger)ABS-CBN
2011ShowtimeGuestABS-CBN
2011Untold Stories mula sa Face to FaceTV5
2010IluminaElsa SebastianGMA Network
2009Sine Novela: Tinik Sa DibdibTrixie Veneracion-MarquezGMA Network
2009Sine Novela: Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin?[2]Glacilda BautistaGMA Network
2009Carlo J. Caparas' Totoy Bato[3]Elena Magtanggol (Special Guest Role)GMA Network
2008Maalaala Mo Kaya: DagatLeahABS-CBN
2008Ligaw na BulaklakJanet/ Jennifer AlegroABS-CBN
2007Prinsesa ng BanyeraCassandra Ynares/ ElenaABS-CBN
1998Bubble GangHerselfGMA Network
2007LupinSister Anna NicoleGMA Network
2006MagpakailanmanGMA Network
2005Mars Ravelo's DarnaDyesebel (Special Guest Role)GMA Network
2004MulawinVultura/Violeta/VeronicaGMA Network
2004Te Amo, Maging Sino Ka ManDestinyGMA Network
2002Kung Mawawala KaLucinda MontemayorGMA Network
2000Kiss MunaAraGMA Network
1997Sang Linggo nAPO SilaHerself/ Co-hostABS-CBN
1986That's EntertainmentHerselfGMA Network

Awards[edit]

YearAward-Giving BodyCategoryWorkResult
2002Metro Manila Film FestivalBest ActressMano Po[4]Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Will Ara Mina Score a Grand Slam?". The Filipino Express via HighBeam Research (subscription required). 3 April 2005. Retrieved 7 June 2012. 
  2. ^ a b [1]
  3. ^ Christine Reyes celebrates 20th birthday at Golden Acres
  4. ^ "Metro Manila Film Festival:2002". IMDB. Retrieved 2014-04-09.

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