Filipino actresses who were born in 1997

Here are 6 famous actresses from Philippines were born in 1997:

Miles Ocampo

Miles Ocampo (May 1, 1997 Philippines-) a.k.a. Milagros Hojilla Ocampo, Camille Hojilla or Camille Tan Hojilla is a Filipino actor and model.

She first rose to fame in the Philippines as a child star and has since become a prominent figure in the country's entertainment industry.

Ocampo began her acting career at the young age of 4, appearing in various commercials and TV shows. She gained wider recognition as a cast member of the popular children's show Goin' Bulilit, which she starred in from 2005 to 2010.

Since then, Ocampo has appeared in numerous television shows and films, showcasing her versatility as an actress. She has won several awards for her performances, including Best Supporting Actress at the 41st Metro Manila Film Festival for her role in the film "The Debutantes" in 2015.

Outside of acting, Ocampo is also a successful model and has been featured in various fashion magazines and campaigns. She is also an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken about her own struggles with anxiety and depression in the hopes of helping others.

Despite being at the peak of her career, Ocampo remains humble and grounded, often sharing her blessings through various charitable endeavors.

Barbie Forteza

Barbie Forteza (July 31, 1997 BiƱan-) also known as Barbara Ambas Forteza or Barbie is a Filipino model, actor and singer.

She first gained recognition in the Philippines for her roles in popular television series such as "Pilyang Kerubin" and "Luna Blanca." Barbie has received numerous awards for her work in television, including three Best Actress awards. In addition to acting, she has also released several singles and music videos.

Barbie started her career in showbiz at a young age, participating in various talent competitions before securing a role in the series "First Time" at the age of 12. Since then, she has become one of the most sought-after young actresses in the Philippines, known for her versatility and range as an actor.

Aside from her work in entertainment, Barbie is also known for her advocacy work. She has been a vocal supporter of several charities and organizations focused on education, health, and women's rights. Barbie continues to inspire young people in the Philippines and beyond with her talent, hard work, and commitment to making a positive impact in the world.

Bea Binene

Bea Binene (November 4, 1997 Quezon City-) also known as Bianca Marie L. Binene, Beanca Marie L. Binene, Beanca Marie Binene or Beanca Marie Landero Binene is a Filipino actor.

She started her career in show business at a young age, appearing in various TV shows and movies. Some of her notable roles include the character of Divina in the hit TV series "Endless Love" and the role of Natalie in "Beautiful Justice." Aside from acting, Bea is also known for her hosting skills and has hosted several shows including "Good News" and "Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman." She is also a singer and has released several singles including "Hey It's Me, Bea" and "I'm The One." In addition, Bea is also actively involved in various charitable organizations and causes, using her platform to advocate for education and youth empowerment.

Nikki Bagaporo

Nikki Bagaporo (May 23, 1997 Philippines-) also known as Nikki Lois Ruiz Bagaporo, Niki Bagaporo or Nikki Bagaporro is a Filipino actor.

Bagaporo began her career at the young age of 10, when she joined the reality talent show, Star Circle Quest on ABS-CBN in 2006. She finished in the top six of the competition and gained popularity for her bubbly personality and talent in acting and singing.

After her stint on Star Circle Quest, Bagaporo became a regular on the teen-oriented show, Luv U, also on ABS-CBN. She has since appeared in various television series, including Maalaala Mo Kaya, Wansapanataym, and The Good Son.

Aside from acting, Bagaporo has also pursued a career in music. She was a member of the now-defunct girl group, Pop Girls, which was formed by Viva Entertainment. The group released several singles and albums, and even had a movie under their name.

Bagaporo is also active on social media and has a YouTube channel where she uploads videos of her daily life, travel adventures, and song covers.

As of now, Bagaporo continues to pursue her passion for acting and music while also expanding her reach online.

Julia Barretto

Julia Barretto (March 10, 1997 Marikina-) also known as Julia Barretto Padilla, Julia Francesca Barretto Baldivia or Julia Francesca Barretto is a Filipino actor, model and singer.

She was born to a family of actors and actresses in Marikina, Philippines. Her parents are Dennis Padilla and Marjorie Barretto, while her maternal grandparents are Miguel Barretto and Estrella Castelo. Julia started her acting career in 2006 as a child actress in the Philippine television series "Gulong ng Palad."

She gained widespread attention in 2013 after her debut lead role in the romantic-drama film "Vince and Kath and James," which earned her a nomination for Best Actress in the 34th Philippine Movie Press Club Awards. Since then, she has starred in several successful films and television dramas, including "Mirabella," "And I Love You So," and "Ngayon at Kailanman."

Aside from acting, Julia is also a sought-after model and has graced the covers of various magazines in the Philippines. She has also released a single titled "Wonderland" and has performed in various musical events. Despite facing several controversies in her personal life, Julia remains one of the most celebrated actresses in the Philippines.

Maris Racal

Maris Racal (September 22, 1997-) is a Filipino actor and singer.

She gained widespread popularity after joining the reality show Pinoy Big Brother in 2014, where she finished as the second Big Placer. Before becoming an artist, Racal was an active participant in school activities and a consistent honor student.

Aside from acting, she has also released several singles and has performed in various concerts and events in the country. Racal also ventured into hosting, becoming a part of the online show Hi K-POP and appearing as a guest host in several TV programs.

In 2019, she received recognition for her acting skills and won the Best Supporting Actress award in a lead role for her performance in the film I'm Ellenya L.

Racal also uses her platform to advocate for mental health awareness and has been open about her own struggles with anxiety and depression. She regularly shares tips and resources to help others with similar experiences.

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