Liza Soberano Age, Biography, Wiki, Parents, Siblings, Career, Movies, TV Shows, Net Worth, Awards & Partner

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Liza Soberano Age: 23 years

Liza Soberano Partner, Age, Height, Wiki, Parents, Siblings & Net Worth

Liza Soberano Age, Biography & Wiki:

Hope Elizabeth “Liza” Soberano is a young FilipinoAmerican on-screen actress. She rose to conspicuousness in the wake of playing the hero in the lighthearted comedy TV arrangement Forevermore (2014–2015) with Enrique Gil. Her successful movies are Just the Way You Are (2015), Everyday I Love You (2015), My Ex and Whys (2017), Alone/Together (2019) and the TV arrangement Dolce Amore (2016) and Bagani (2018). She was born on 04 January 1998. Presently, she is 23 years old.

Liza Soberano Parents, Siblings & Early Life:

Soberano was born in Santa Clara, California. Her father John Castillo Soberano is an actor and mother is  Jacqulyn Elizabeth. She was brought up in Visalia, California, by her grandparents when her folks isolated. In 2008 at 10 years old, she moved to Manila, Philippines to live with her dad and family members.

Career Debut / Professional Career:

Soberano made her acting debut in the collection arrangement Wansapanataym (2011). She at that point had a minor role as Claire Raymundo in Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo (2012). Soberano then played the role of Angel in Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo’s chief motion picture ”Must Be… Love”. In 2013 she additionally featured as Gillian in She’s the One with Bea Alonzo, Dingdong Dantes and Enrique Gil. After a year in 2014, she joined the primetime TV arrangement Got to Believe as padilla’s other love intrigue. In October 2015, Soberano and Gil then featured in a sentimental dramatization movie with Gerald Anderson, Everyday, I Love You, coordinated by Mae Czarina Cruz-Alviar.

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In February 2016, Soberano featured in the lighthearted comedy arrangement Dolce Amore. She depicts Serena Marchesa, a little youngster brought up in Italy by her new parents. In spite of the fact that she carries on with a decent life, she can’t shake off the inclination that a significant piece of her character is by all accounts missing. In August 2016, it was declared that Soberano had marked as the new essence of Maybelline. In 2017, Soberano featured in the lighthearted comedy dramatization film My Ex and Whys inverse Enrique Gil. The movie was coordinated by Cathy Garcia Molina, who had recently worked with her in Forevermore. In May 2017, Soberano affirmed that she would star as Darna in up and coming film adjustment, which was set to be discharged in 2019. Be that as it may, because of damage she endured during prime-time dramatization Bagani, she has decided to pull back from the job on April 4, 2019. Heavenly attendant Locsin was at first tapped by Matti to play the role, yet pulled out after back damage.

Liza Soberano Partner / Boyfriends:

In February 2019, Soberano and Enrique Gil freely affirmed they have been a couple since October 2014. Soberano is a Roman Catholic. She is a double resident of both the United States and the Philippines.

Liza Soberano Boyfriend Enrique Gil

Liza Soberano Net Worth:

Liza Soberano total assets evaluated to be $5 Million Dollars as in 2020. She earned this cash being an expert career.

Movies List:

  • Must Be…Love (2013) (Angel Gomez)
  • She’s The One (2013) (Gillian)
  • Just the Way You Are (2015) (Sophia Taylor)
  • Everyday I Love You (2015) (Audrey Locsin)
  • My Ex & Whys (2017) (Calixta “Cali” Ferrer / Delilah)
  • Alone/ Together (2019) (Christine “Tin” Lazaro)

Television Shows / Serials:

  • Mac Ulit-Ulit (2011) (Mac)
  • Kung Ako’y liwan Mo (2012) (Claire Raymundo)
  • Singsing (2012) (Young Gladys)
  • ASAP (2013-present) (Herself)
  • Box (2013) (Una)
  • Got To Believe (2013-14) (Alexa “Alex” Rodrigo)
  • Orasan (2014) (Aileen)
  • Dolce Amore (2016) (Monica Urtola)
  • Korona (2017) (Pia Wurtzbach)
  • Bagani (2018) (Ganda)
  • Make It With You (2020) (Belinda “Billy” Dimaguiba)

Winning Awards List:

  • 46th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards
  • 29th PMPC Star Awards
  • Push Awards
  • ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards
  • ALTA Media Icon Awards
  • Anak TV Seal Awards
  • 10th Star Magic Ball Awards
  • 3rd Star Cinema Awards
  • RAWR Awards
  • The Central Luzon Media Awards
  • 48th Box Office Entertainment Awards
  • 7th Eduk Circle Awards
  • 3rd Aral Parangal Awards