Liza Soberano is a Filipino-American actress and model who is most known for her roles in the movies Just The Way You Are, Everyday, I Love You, and My Ex and Whys as well as the television series “Forevermore.” When she was only 12 years old, this stunning and endearing diva, who is regarded as one of the Philippines’ most beautiful actors, began receiving modeling offers.
A Filipino named John Castillo Soberano and an American named Jacqulyn Elizabeth Hanley welcomed Liza into the world on January 4, 1998 in Santa Clara, California, in the United States. Both the Philippines and the United States have granted Liza citizenship. Liza’s grandparents raised her in Visalia, California, after her parents divorced. She moved in with her father and family in Manila when she was ten years old.
Leilani Sue Elizabeth Osorno and Kaycee Logan are her two sisters, and Justin David Soberano, Nathaniel Larry Osorno, Dustin David Nguyen, and Jaden Parker Nguyen are her four brothers. Liza underwent the Christian initiation ceremonies, and on July 24, 2015, she and her brother Justin David converted to Roman Catholicism. The same year, she graduated from St. Patrick’s School in Quezon City with a degree in high school.
Prior to enrolling in law school, she was interested in pursuing a psychology degree. However, due to her busy showbiz schedule, she decided to enroll in an online business management course at Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities. She has stated that she would like to enroll in a course whenever it is possible and has not yet given up on the dream of studying psychology.
Liza, who was just 12 years old, began receiving modeling offers for print commercials after moving to Manila. Her first appearance on TV was as a cameo as Barangay Audience in the longest-running noontime television variety program in the Philippines, “Eat Bulaga! ‘ in 2010. When she was 13 years old, a talent scout noticed her and brought her to Ogie Diaz, a Filipino actor, comedian, and show business reporter. Liza’s current talent manager is the latter.
Liza’s early difficulties in the entertainment industry included her inability to speak Tagalog. She was urged by her talent manager to learn the language well in order to land good roles in both cinema and television. At the age of 13, Liza made her acting debut in the episode of the Philippine fantasy-drama, comedy television series “Wansapanataym” called “Mac Ulit-Ulit” that aired in October 2011.
Liza and Enrique Gil co-starred in the 2017 romantic comedy drama movie My Ex and Whys. Cathy Garcia Molina, who had previously collaborated with her on the movie Forevermore, served as its director. The movie, which debuted in February 2017 and brought in $31.5 million on its opening day, earned her the GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Box Office Queen.
Liza announced in May 2017 that she would play the comic book heroine Darna in the upcoming 2019 film version. She made the decision to leave the role on April 4, 2019, nevertheless, due to an injury she sustained while filming the primetime drama Bagani. When Matti first approached Angel Locsin about the part, she declined due to scheduling conflicts.
Enrique Gil, Liza’s on-screen beau, acknowledged his feelings for her in January 2015. Later, in 2016, he acknowledged that the two had started acting like sweethearts during an appearance on “Tonight with Boy Abunda.” The two say they are waiting for the appropriate time, despite Liza’s insistence that it is not yet official.
- Everyday I Love You
- She’s the One
- Must Be… Love
- Lisa Frankenstein
- Just the Way You Are
- My Ex and Whys
- Make It with You
- Maalaala Mo Kaya
- Luv U
- Dolce Amore
- Got to Believe
- Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo
- Alone/Together – 2019
- Everyday I Love You – 2015
- She’s the One – 2013
- Must Be… Love – 2013
- Lisa Frankenstein – 2022
- Just the Way You Are – 2015
- My Ex and Whys – 2017
Liza Soberano is currently in a relationship with Enrique Gil. She dosen’t have any other relationships or didn’t dated with anyone.
On October 13, Liza took part in the webinar “Mga Tinig ni Nene: Reclaiming Our Voices on the International Day of the Girl Child,” which was presented by the political organization Gabriela Youth, which is made up of female university students. Instead of criticizing the government openly, Liza spoke on how women are treated in our culture. She referenced a rape comment made against her on Twitter in September and broke down in tears.
Awards & Nominations
Liza Soberano won so many awards in her life such as German Moreno’s Power Tandem Award 2015, 46th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards 2014, 2016 Box Office Entertainment Awards 2016, 4th Paragala: The Central Luzon Media Awards & 48th Box Office Entertainment Awards in 2017, 49th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards 2018, 9th Edukcircle Awards 2019 & FAMAS Awards in 2020. Liza also get so many nominations in her life.
Liza Soberano is a well-known influencer who has built a sizable Instagram following. The influencer currently has a follower network of 13.13 million people.
- Liza Soberano’s height is 5 feet 6 inches.
- Liza Soberano’s weight is 51.7 kg.
- Liza Soberano’s favourite foods are ice cream, chocolates, pizza.
- Liza Soberano’s favourite books are Echo & Fated by Alyson Noel.
- Liza Soberano’s favourite accessories is neckless.
- Liza Soberano’s favourite colour is blue.
- Liza Soberano loves to play guitar.