Ciara Sotto

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Ciara Sotto
BornCiara Anna Gamboa Sotto-Oconer
(1980-07-02) July 2, 1980 (age 33)
Philippines
OccupationActress, singer, host
Years active1992-present
 
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Ciara Sotto
BornCiara Anna Gamboa Sotto-Oconer
(1980-07-02) July 2, 1980 (age 33)
Philippines
OccupationActress, singer, host
Years active1992-present

Ciara Anna Gamboa Sotto-Oconer (born July 2, 1980 in Makati City, Philippines) is a Filipina actress and singer.

Personal life[edit]

She is the youngest daughter of actress Helen Gamboa and actor and senator Tito Sotto. She is first cousins with Sharon Cuneta (their mothers are sisters) and first niece with KC Concepcion. She is also cousins with Danica and Oyo Boy Sotto. She is three-eighths Cebuano and one-eighth Chinese (her father's side),[1] and one-fourth Kapampangan, one-eighth Spanish, and one-eighth American (her mother's side).[2]

At age 6, Sotto made her first appearance on Eat Bulaga! and became one of the show's regular hosts from 2005 to 2007. Before she became a regular host at Eat Bulaga, she was a member of former teen-oriented drama T.G.I.S., produced by Viva Television and GMA Network. During her teenage years, Sotto together with cousin Danica Sotto and Jocas de Leon, had a regular Saturday production number in Eat Bulaga!. They were dubbed as the "Ang TVJ (Tito, Vic and Joey) Kids." During her stint in Eat Bulaga!, she was paired with co-host Paolo Ballesteros and were together dubbed "CiaPao."

On 2008, Sotto launched her album entitled If You Love Me. She said that she was involved in different aspects of the album's production. The album contains songs written by her father and Joey de Leon with Vic Sotto along with Tito Sotto doing the back-up vocals of one song. This is Sotto's second album and it is produced and distributed by Sony BMG Music. She is currently married to her non-showbiz boyfriend Jojo Oconer.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

YearTitleRoleNetwork
1995-1999T.G.I.S.Regina "Rain" AbreraGMA Network
1997-1999Growing UpRegina "Rain" Abrera
1998Halik Sa ApoyAdelle
1999Di Ba't IkawGrace
2001Sa Dulo Ng Walang HangganBarbara WilwaycoABS-CBN
2003ButtercupSheryl Bala
2004MagpakailanmanVariousGMA Network
2005-2007Eat Bulaga!Herself/Co-Host
2005Love to Love: Love-an O BawiPrincess
2006Love to Love: Best FriendsSamantha/Sam
2007Now and Forever: DangalCelestine
2009DarnaSelena/Babaeng Apoy
2010Talentadong PinoyCelebrity Talentado ChampionTV5
2011Star ConfessionsSfazhiva
2012Valienteyoung Luming
Walang Hangganyoung Margaret MontenegroABS-CBN
Wansapanataym: Magic ShoesVernice
2013Teen GenRegina "Rain" AbreraGMA Network

Films[edit]

YearTitleRoleFilm Production
1985Mama Said Papa Said I Love YouCiaraRegal Films
1997TGIS the MovieRain AbreraViva Films
1999Sumigaw Ka Hanggang Gusto Mo-Viva Films
2000'Di Ko Kayang TanggapinSherylWorld Arts Cinema
2000Minsan, Minahal KitaMary AnnStar Cinema
2009Mano Po 6: A Mother's LoveCarol UyRegal Entertainment
2010White HouseAngeligueRegal Entertainment
2011Enteng Ng Ina MoTrainorsStar Cinema

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ Pangilinan, Sharon C. "The Wonder Years". Retrieved 18 July 2013. 

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