Shaina Magdayao

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Shaina Magdayao

Shaina Magdayao in 2006
BornShaina García Magdayao
(1989-11-06) November 6, 1989 (age 22)
Quezon City, Philippines
Other namesShin, Ina, Shai, Maggie, SM
OccupationActress, Dancer, Host, model
Years active1996–Present
 
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Shaina Magdayao

Shaina Magdayao in 2006
BornShaina García Magdayao
(1989-11-06) November 6, 1989 (age 22)
Quezon City, Philippines
Other namesShin, Ina, Shai, Maggie, SM
OccupationActress, Dancer, Host, model
Years active1996–Present

Shaina García Magdayao (born on November 6, 1989 in Quezon City, Philippines), is a Filipina actress, dancer, singer and model. She is currently under ABS-CBN Management and a member of Star Magic.

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Biography

Career

Shaina Magdayao began her acting career when she was cast, at the age of seven, in the Philippine drama series Lyra, playing the lead character. She was included in the cast of the afternoon comedy programme Ang TV, and Kaybol before starring in ABS-CBN's afternoon drama series Marinella, playing the role of Rina.

In 2000, when Magdayao was 11 years old, she released a self-titled debut album with Star Records. The carrier single was "'Sayaw Sweet Lullabye".

In 2002, she starred in a weekend afternoon series, called K2BU and appeared in several drama series and sitcoms, while going to school. She started to participate school at home in late 2004. She won the Most popular Child Actress Award in the 2002 Guillermo Mendoza Awards.

Magdayao also starred in Laurice Guillien's 2003 film Tanging Yaman, where she won a Best Child Actress award from the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Awards. She has also received an award-winning role in Ang Tanging Ina. She had also received the Best Child Performer award from the Parangal ng Bayan in 1999, and Best New TV Personality in the 1999 Star Awards.

In 2005, she was included in the cast of the Philippine primetime drama series Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin. She was also one of the lead casts of Erik Matti's television series, Rounin, under Chito Rono's direction, via ABS-CBN in 2006. She is part of the regular cast at ABS-CBN's Sunday afternoon show, ASAP. She starred in Kambal sa Uma, an afternoon drama series on ABS-CBN.

In 2010, she starred in her very first solo lead role in the afternoon soap opera Alyna. Magdayao recently starred in the OFW-themed series Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo with Jake Cuenca.

Modelling

Magdayao began modelling for children's products including children's clothing company Garfield, as well as appearing in television commercials for Magnolia Chocolait, Lemon Squares Products and Goldilocks. She was also one of the youngest models ever for Ben Chan's clothing company Bench. She now models for the women's line of the same clothing company. She's also the model of the most in demand teen bags in the Philippines which is Cose Teen Bags. She currently owns a branch of the family business Ystilo Salon, a 20-door apartment complex in Quezon City and a laundry shop.

Personal life

She is the youngest daughter of Enrique and Deanne Magdayao from Bogo, Cebu and is the youngest sister of Sharon Magdayao, popularly known as Vina Morales. She also has two older sisters named Sheila and Sheryl. She studied high school at the Angelicum College in Sto. Domingo, Quezon City.

Filmography

Television

YearTitleRoleNetwork
2012Kung Ako'y Iiwan MoSarah Trinidad-RaymundoABS-CBN
Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Sumpak"Joyce
2011100 Days to HeavenTeenage Anna
Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Tsinelas"Cristy
2010Precious Hearts Romances Presents: AlynaAlyna Natividad-Del Carmen
RubiMaribel dela Fuente
2009Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Ketchup"Rox/Roxanne
May Bukas PaLea (In a special guest role)
Kambal Sa UmaVira Mae Ocampo / Marie Perea
2008Komiks Presents: Mars Ravelo's DragonnaRona / Dragonna
Your Song: "A Million Miles Away"Lizzie
LoboGabrielle "Gabby" Dizon
2007Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Telebisyon"Onay
Your Song: "Break It To Me Gently"Maya
Your Song: "Just A Smile Away"Joan
RouninSelene
Love Spell: "Shoes Ko Po, Shoes Ko ’Day!"Dianne
2006Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur LuvNerissa "Neri" Larazaga
Star Magic Presents:My Friend, My Love, My DestinyYeng
Your Song: "Cuida"Pam Sue
Love Spell: "Charm & Crystal"Charm
Komiks Presents: "Bampy"Sampaguita Vendor
Komiks Presents: "Agua Bendita"Agua / Bendita
2005–presentASAPHerself
ASAP Fanatic
Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa AkinHazel Fontanilla
Til Death Do Us PartDarling
2004Seasons of LoveShane
2003Ang Tanging InaSeven / Severina
Bida si Mister, Bida si MisisShaina
2002Kay Tagal Kang HinintayGwen / Guinivere Martinez
K2BUBullet / Violeta Garcia
2001Sa Dulo Ng Walang HangganYoung Carmela
1999Flames----
MarinellaRina
1997Mula Sa PusoJennifer
Kaybol: Ang Bagong TVHerself
1996Ang TV
1996LyraLyraGMA

Movies

YearTitleRole
TBARematadoStella
2010Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!)Severina/Seven Montecillo
Shake, Rattle & Roll XII (mamanyika ep.)Anna
Sa 'yo LamangKaren
2009Villa EstrellaAna
2008Ang Tanging Ina Ninyong LahatSeverina/Seven Montecillo
2007Katas ng SaudiCathy
Bahay KuboRose Manahan
Happy HeartsKristine Ricafuente
2003Ang Tanging InaSeverina/Seven Montecillo
2002Agimat: Ang Anting-Anting ni LoloJaira
Mga Batang Lansangan...NgayonSharmaine
2000Tanging YamanCarina
1999Wansapanataym: The MovieAna
Hinahanap-hanap KitaNina
1998HilingAbi
Pagdating ng PanahonBabe

Awards

YearFilm Award/CriticsAward/Nomination
2011Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences AwardBest Supporting Actress (Sa 'yo Lamang) Nominee
2010Star Magic BallFashionista Award (Female)
2008PMPC Star Award for TVBest Single Performance by an Actress (Maalaala Mo Kaya: Telebisyon) Nominee
200710th Gawad Pasado AwardsPinakapasadong Kabataan Award (together with Sam Concepcion)
Metro Manila Film Festival AwardsBest Supporting Actress (Katas ng Saudi) Nominee
YES! Magazine Reader's Choice AwardNext Big Female Star Nominee
2003Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences AwardsBest Child Actress Award
2002Guillermo Mendoza AwardsMost Popular Child Actress Award
1999Star AwardsBest New TV Personality Award
Parangal ng BayanBest Child Performer Award

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