Claudine Barretto

Claudine Barretto
Born
Claudine Margaret Castelo Barretto

(1979-07-20) July 20, 1979 (age 40)
Nationality Filipino
Other names Clauds, ClauClau, Dine
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present
Agent Star Magic (1992–2009)
GMA Network (2009–2012)
Viva Artists Agency (2009–present)
Spouse(s) Raymart Santiago (2006–2013; divorced)
Relatives Gretchen Barretto (sister), Marjorie Barretto (sister), Julia Barretto (niece)

Claudine Margaret Castelo Barretto (born July 20, 1979) is a Filipino film and television actress, product endorser and entrepreneur.

Barretto first appeared 1992 in ABS-CBN for a youth-oriented variety show, Ang TV. She then was cast in comedy sitcom Home Along Da Riles that same year in which the film adaptation of the TV show became her official film debut in 1993. She landed her first television drama lead role in 1997's Mula sa Puso which ran for three years and established her as a household name in Philippine Entertainment.

She is known as The Optimum Star following her well-acclaimed performances in drama series like Mula sa Puso (1997–1999), Saan Ka Man Naroroon (1999–2001), Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan (2001–2003), Marina (2004), Iisa Pa Lamang (2006) and box-office hit / award-winning films like Dahil Mahal na Mahal Kita (1998), Anak (2000), Got 2 Believe (2002), Kailangan Kita (2002), Milan (2004), Nasaan Ka Man (2005), Sukob (2006), Etiquette for Mistresses (2015).

Career

Early work ABS-CBN (1992–1996)

Barretto was discovered by talent manager Douglas Quijano in 1992 through older sister, Gretchen Barretto, also an actress. That same year, she landed her first major role on television when she was cast for ABS-CBN's youth-oriented variety show, Ang TV.

In 1993, she starred at television series Home Along Da Riles with Dolphy which further introduced her to local media. She also appeared in television shows like Oki Doki Doc (1993–2000), Palibhasa Lalake (1993–1998) and movie May Minamahal (1993).

In 1995, she starred in Pare Ko with Mark Anthony Fernandez and in Oki Doki Doc: The Movie. She also became part of the noontime variety show ASAP that year.

In 1996, she starred in various films with Star Cinema which includes, Radio Romance, her first film with Rico Yan, Mangarap Ka, her first major film role with Mark Anthony Fernandez, and Madrasta with Christopher de Leon and Sharon Cuneta.

Breakthrough (1997–2001)

Barretto landed her first ever television drama series in 1997 titled Mula sa Puso. The series ran for three consecutive years on ABS-CBN. That same year she starred in films like Home Along Da Riles 2 with Dolphy, Calvento Files: The Movie with Rio Locsin and Diether Ocampo, and F.L.A.M.E.S.The Movie with Rico Yan, Paula Peralejo, and Boots Anson-Roa.

In 1998, she portrayed Mela in the film Dahil Mahal na Mahal Kita which was directed by Wenn V. Deramas, alongside Rico Yan and Diether Ocampo.

Then came 1999's Saan Ka Man Naroroon where she portrayed as triplets in the name of Rosario, Rosenda and Rosemarie which earned her a nomination for Best Actress in the Asian TV Awards. Also the same year she starred in films like Soltera with Diether Ocampo and Maricel Soriano, and the film adaptation of Mula sa Puso.

She also co-starred Vilma Santos in the highly-commended 2000 movie Anak directed by Rory Quintos.

In 2001, she was cast as the lead role in the drama series Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan (2001–2003) with Carlos Agassi, Luis Alandy, and Mylene Dizon and film Oops! Teka Lang... Diskarte Ko 'To with Robin Padilla.

Critical and commercial success (2002–2008)

In 2002, she starred in a romantic-comedy film by Olivia Lamasan titled Got 2 Believe with real-life partner Rico Yan. The film received critical and box office success some noting it as one of the best romcom movies of all time and has inspired countless films that followed it. On the same year, she did the movie Kailangan Kita with Aga Muhlach. The film was directed by Rory Quintos in where Barretto's acting was once again acclaimed by critics and many has cited it as one of her best works.

In 2003, she was joined by Diether Ocampo, Onemig Bondoc, Assunta De Rossi, and Piolo Pascual in the Wenn V. Deramas' series Buttercup (2003–2004).

In 2004, she portrayed a mermaid in the breakthrough fantasy television series Marina with Rafael Rosell Meryll Soriano, Agot Isidro, Snooky Serna, Malou de Guzman and Cherie Gil. Also on the same year, she starred in the movie Milan opposite Piolo Pascual which was directed by Olivia Lamasan. The film received widespread critical acclaim for its original story and cinematography and has been noted as one of the best romance movies of Philippine Cinema. Her performance of the film also won her a FAMAS Award for Best Actress.

In 2005, she co-starred Jericho Rosales and Diether Ocampo with Gloria Diaz and Hilda Koronel in the film Nasaan Ka Man. The film won her another FAMAS Award for Best Actress and has also been cited as one of her best works. That same year she starred in the film Dubai, directed by Rory Quintos, with co-stars Aga Muhlach and John Lloyd Cruz. She was also part of the ensemble cast of television drama series Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin alongside Diether Ocampo, Angelika dela Cruz, Shaina Magdayao, Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz.

In 2006, she starred in the Chito S. Roño's horror film Sukob with Kris Aquino. The movie was the highest-grossing film of that year.

In 2007, she was paired with Piolo Pascual in the television drama series Walang Kapalit which was directed by Wenn V. Deramas.

In 2008, she was cast in Sineserye Presents: Maligno, a fantasy television anthology co-starring Kim Chiu, Rafael Rosell and Diether Ocampo. Also that same year, she landed a remarkable role in the television drama series Iisa Pa Lamang together with Angelica Panganiban, Diether Ocampo, Gabby Concepcion, Cherry Pie Picache, and Susan Roces. The series became 2008's hottest television primetime drama and is regarded as one of Claudine's best televisions series.

Move to GMA Network (2009)

Barretto shocked the local media in November 2009 when she broke ties with her long-time network ABS-CBN and transferred to rival company GMA Network.[1]

In 2010, she started her own weekly drama anthology, Claudine with GMA Network. Also that same year she was a part of a movie produced by GMA Films and Viva Films titled In Your Eyes co-starring Anne Curtis and Richard Gutierrez.

In 2011, she played lead in the television drama Iglot co-starring Jolina Magdangal and Marvin Agustin.

Comeback, TV5 (2015–2017)

Barretto made a major big screen comeback in 2015 starring in the Star Cinema movie Etiquette for Mistresses alongside Kim Chiu, Iza Calzado, Cheena Crab, Kris Aquino and directed by Chito S. Roño. Despite the controversy of the film, it was acclaimed critically and was a box-office hit. Claudine also marks her first appearance on Maalaala Mo Kaya after more than 20 years, in an episode titled "Itak/Bolo" which aired in October of the same year.

In 2016, she joined TV5 Network and starred in the television drama series Bakit Manipis ang Ulap? which was directed by Joel Lamangan and co-starring Diether Ocampo, Meg Imperial, and Cesar Montano. That same year she appeared in another MMK episode titled "Luneta Park" which aired in December.

In 2017, she made her first ever appearance at the Star Magic Ball, since she left ABS-CBN Network in 2009.

Personal life

Born as Claudine Margaret Castelo Barretto on July 20, 1979 in Manila Philippines and the youngest among seven children to Miguel and Estrella "Inday" Barretto, Claudine is sister to other famous Filipino celebrities Gretchen Barretto and Marjorie Barretto.

In March 2002, a month after the box-office success of their movie Got 2 Believe, Barretto lost her on-screen and real-life partner of four years, Rico Yan. The actor died of acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis cited as one of the most shocking deaths in Philippine showbiz.[2]

Barretto married actor Raymart Santiago in March 2006 but later divorced in 2013.[3] They have two children, Sabina and Santino Santiago. In 2015, she adopted a child and named her Quia Barretto.

Claudine along with other siblings Marjorie and Gretchen Barretto were the center of a controversy in 2013 following a highly-publicized feud between them and their family.[4] But in February 2019, the rift between her older sibling, Gretchen Barretto ended after 6 years, showing reconciliation between the two in a series of social media posts.[5]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Film Outfit Notes
2019 TBA TBA Star Cinema Reunion project with Piolo Pascual after Milan; To be directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina[6].
2015 Etiquette for Mistresses Chloe Zamora Star Cinema Comeback with Star Cinema and reunion project with Kris Aquino after Sukob.
2010 In Your Eyes Ciara delos Santos GMA Films & VIVA Films Nominated – FAP Luna Award for Best Actress
Noy Herself/Cameo Star Cinema
2006 Sukob Diana Star Cinema #3 Highest-grossing Filipino film of all time
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Box-Office Queen (shared with Kris Aquino)
Nominated – FAMAS Award for Best Actress
Nominated – Gawad Pasado Award for Best Actress
2005 Dubai Faye Maria Clara Award for Best Actress
Nominated – ENPRESS Golden Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated – FAP Luna Award for Best Actress
Nasaan Ka Man Pilar Star Cinema & Cinemedia FAMAS Award for Best Actress
Gaward Pasado Award for Best Actress
Maria Clara Award for Best Actress
PMPC Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year
Nominated – FAP Luna Award for Best Actress
Nominated – Gawad Urian Award for Best Actress
2004 Milan Jenny Star Cinema FAMAS Award for Best Actress
FAP Award for Best Actress
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Box-Office Queen
Nominated – Gaward Urian Award for Best Actress
Nominated – PMPC Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year
2002 Kailangan Kita Lena Duran FAP Luna Award for Best Actress
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Box-Office Queen
Nominated – FAMAS Award for Best Actress
Nominated – FAP Award for Best Actress
Nominated – Gaward Urian Award for Best Actress
Nominated – PMPC Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year
Got 2 Believe Antonia "Toni" Villacorta Last film with Rico Yan before his death. Released about a month before Yan's death. Reunited with Mula sa Puso co-star.
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award for Box-Office Queen
2001 Oops! Teka Lang... Diskarte Ko 'To Marian
2000 Anak Carla Star Cinema Co-lead role with veteran actress Vilma Santos.
1999 Soltera Liza Reunited with Mula sa Puso co-star Diether Ocampo.
Nominated – FAP Award for Best Supporting Actress
Mula sa Puso: The Movie Olivia "Via" Pereira-Maglayon Film version based on the television drama series.
1998 Dahil Mahal na Mahal Kita Carmela "Mela" Ocampo
1997 F.L.A.M.E.S.: The Movie Karina Star Cinema Title: Pangako. With Mula sa Puso co-star Rico Yan.
Calvento Files: The Movie Valerie Title: Balintuwad. With Mula sa Puso co-star Diether Ocampo.
[[Home Along Da Riles|Home Along Da Riles 2 Bing Kosme
1996 Madrasta Rachel
Mangarap Ka Jenny
May Nagmamahal Sa'yo
Radio Romance Marianne Cordero
1995 Oki Doki Doc: The Movie Toni Star Cinema
Pare Ko Nadine
1994 Lagalag: The Eddie Fernandez Story Pops Fernandez
Muntik na Kitang Minahal Mariann
Sige Ihataw Mo!
Taong Gubat
1993 May Minamahal Pinky Star Cinema
Home Along Da Riles 2 Bing Kosme Film based on situational comedy series. Barretto reprised her role as Bing Kosme.
Pulis Patola
1992 Kumusta Ka Aking Mahal

Television

Year Title Role(s) Network
2019 Sa Pusod Ng Dagat Crisanta Alcantara ABS-CBN
MMK: Dance Floor Vivian Cunanan
ABS-CBN
2016 Bakit Manipis ang Ulap? Marla Alvarez
TV5
2016 MMK: Luneta Park Lorena
ABS-CBN
2015 MMK: Itak/Bolo Leni
2012 Biritera Carmela Abesamis† GMA Network
2011 Iglot Mariella Dacera-Rivera†
2010–2011 Jillian: Namamasko Po Lynette "Lyn" Rivera
2010–2012 Untold Stories Battered Wife
TV5
2010 Claudine Various roles
GMA Network
2008 Iisa Pa Lamang Catherine Ramirez-Torralba / Cate De La Rhea
ABS-CBN
Sineserye Presents: Maligno Angela Cortez
2007 Walang Kapalit Melanie Santillian-Borromeo
2005 Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin Nea Cruz-Fontanilla
2004 Marina Marina Aguas / Cristina Sto. Domingo
2003–2004 Buttercup Meg
2002 Wansapanataym: Starra Starra
2001–2003 Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan Angeline Montenegro-Crisotomo / Angelina
2000 Wansapanataym: Pamana ni Lola Gare
1999–2001 Saan Ka Man Naroroon Rosario / Rose Marie / Rosenda
1997–1999 Mula sa Puso Olivia "Via" Pereira-Maglayon
1996 MMK: Pahiram ng Isang Pasko Marita Mariano
1995–2004 ASAP Co-host / Performer
1993–1998 Palibhasa Lalake Tracey
1993–2000 Oki Doki Doc Toni
1992–1997 Home Along Da Riles Bing Kosme
1992–1996 Ang TV Herself

Awards and nominations

As a film actress, Barretto has received two FAMAS Award for Best Actress for movies Milan (2004) and Nasaan Ka Man (2005) and a Luna Award for Best Actress for the same movie, Milan. In 2016, she won Dangal ng PASADO sa Pangkatang Pagganap ng may Mataas na Papuri in the 18th Gawad PASADO Awards for her film Etiquette for Mistresses (2015).

On television, she bagged the Best Young Actress award from Parangal ng Bayan in 1999 for Mula Sa Puso and was nominated as Best Drama Actress by the Asian TV Awards in 2000 for Saan Ka Man Naroroon.

Film

Year Category Movie Organization Remarks
2000 Best Supporting Actress Soltera FAP Awards Nominated
2003 Best Actress Kailangan Kita PMPC Star Awards Nominated
2003 Best Actress Kailangan Kita FAMAS Nominated
2003 Best Actress Kailangan Kita FAP Nominated
2003 Best Actress Kailangan Kita Gawad URIAN Nominated
2005 Best Actress Milan 23rd FAP Luna Awards
Won
2005 Best Actress Milan 53rd FAMAS Award
Won
2005 Best Actress Milan PMPC Star awards for Movies Nominated
2005 Best Actress Milan Gawad URIAN Nominated
2006 Best Actress Nasaan Ka Man 8th Gawad PASADO Award
Won
2006 Best Actress Nasaan Ka Man 22nd PMPC Star awards for Movies
Won
2006 Best Actress Nasaan Ka Man 54th FAMAS Awards
Won
2006 Best Actress Nasaan Ka Man FAP Luna Nominated
2006 Best Actress Nasaan Ka Man Gawad URIAN Nominated
2006 Best Actress Dubai 55th Maria Clara Awards
Won
2006 Best Actress Dubai FAP Luna Nominated
2006 Best Supporting Actress Dubai ENPRESS Golden Screen Nominated
2006 Best Actress Dubai FAP Luna Nominated
2006 Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role Nasaan Ka Man Young Critics Circle Nominated
2007 Best Actress Sukob Gawad PASADO Nominated
2007 Best Actress Sukob FAMAS Award Nominated
2011 Best Actress In Your Eyes FAP Luna Nominated
2016 Dangal ng PASADO sa Pangkatang Pagganap ng may Mataas na Papuri Etiquette for Mistresses 18th Gawad PASADO Awards
Won

Television

Year Category TV Show Organization Remarks
1993 Best New TV Personality Ang TV PMPC Star Awards for Television
Won
1997 Best TV Personality Star Drama Presents: Kasunduan PMPC Star Awards for Television
Won
1999 Best Young Actress Mula Sa Puso Parangal ng Bayan
Won
2000 Best Drama Actress Saan Ka Man Naroon Asian TV Awards Nominated
2003 Best Female Variety Show Host ASAP Mania PMPC Star Awards for Television
Won
2005 Best Drama Actress Marina PMPC Star Awarads for Television Nominated
2006 Best Drama Actress Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin PMPC Star Awards for Television Nominated
2007 Best Drama Actress Walang Kapalit PMPC Star Awards for Television Nominated
2009 Best Drama Actress Iisa Pa Lamang 57th FAMAS Award Nominated
2009 Best Drama Actress Iisa Pa Lamang 23rd PMPC Star Awards for Television[7] Nominated
2016 Best Single Performance by an Actress MMK: Itak/Bolo PMPC Star Awards for Television
Won

Special awards and recognitions

Barretto was awarded Box Office Queen by Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation in 2003 and 2006 for the commercial success of her movies, Got 2 Believe and Sukob.

Hailed as one of the Top 20 stars who ruled the decade (2000–2009) by YES! Magazine[8], she ranked 6th along with other notable personalites like Kris Aquino, Judy Ann Santos, Vic Sotto and Sharon Cuneta.

In 2009, she was recognised as one of Cinema One's 15 Legends, together with 14 other iconic film stars of the Philippines who helped define Philippine Cinema which includes Fernando Poe Jr., Dolphy, Nora Aunor, Susan Roces, Nida Blanca, Christopher de Leon, Vilma Santos, Maricel Soriano, Aga Muhlach, Robin Padilla, Judy Ann Santos, John Lloyd Cruz, Sharon Cuneta, and Piolo Pascual.

Box Office

Year Group Award
2003 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Box Office Queen (Got 2 Believe)
2005 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Ms. RP Movies (Milan)
2006 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Box Office Queen (Sukob)

Soundtrack

Year Title Producer Organization
2006 "The Gift"[9] Star Records BMG Music Publishing, Ltd. and Sony Music Entertainment (Philippines), Inc.

Special awards

Year Group Award
2003 German Moreno and FAMAS Awards German Moreno Youth Achievement Award
2008 German Moreno Walk of Fame Awardee

Recognitions

Year Group Award
1999 S-Movie Magazine: Brightest Star of 1999[10] Brightest Star of 1999 (13)
2009 CinemaOne[11] 15 CinemaOne Legends[11] (with Fernando Poe Jr., Dolphy, Nora Aunor, Susan Roces, Nida Blanca, Christopher de Leon, Vilma Santos, Maricel Soriano, Aga Muhlach, Robin Padilla, Judy Ann Santos, John Lloyd Cruz, Sharon Cuneta and Piolo Pascual)
2010 YES! Magazine[12] Ranked as 6th Celebrity Who Ruled The Decade (2000–2009)
2010 YES! Magazine's 100 Beautiful Stars 11th Most Beautiful Star [13]
2011 InTrend Magazine's Ziana Zain Top 10 Hot Asian Moms Top 3 Most Hottest Mom in Asia [14]
2014 1st PEP List Awards Female Newsmaker of the Year

References

  1. ^ "Claudine Barretto cuts her ties with ABS-CBN, moves to GMA-7". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved November 25, 2009.
  2. ^ "'Bangungot' kills Rico Yan; Claudine still in shock". Philstar. Retrieved March 31, 2002.
  3. ^ "Raymart Santiago reveals "final straw" that did in his marriage to Claudine Barretto". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved September 27, 2013.
  4. ^ "The Buzz Special Report: Barretto vs. Barretto". ABS-CBN Entertainment Youtube Channel. Retrieved May 3, 2013.
  5. ^ "How Gretchen and Claudine reconciled after years of feud". Inquirer. Retrieved March 22, 2019.
  6. ^ "Claudine, Piolo to reunite in Cathy Garcia-Molina film". ABS-CBNNews. Retrieved April 25, 2019.
  7. ^ "23rd Star Awards for Television nominees bared – PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". Pep.ph. 26 October 2009. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  8. ^ "The YES! List ranks the top 20 stars who ruled the decade (2000–2009); (digital version is now available) – PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". Pep.ph. 17 April 2010. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  9. ^ "Milan (2004)". IMDb. 11 February 2004.
  10. ^ [1] Archived February 2, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ a b "Cinema One Originals 2009 winners bared – PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". Pep.ph. 18 November 2009. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  12. ^ "The YES! List ranks the top 20 stars who ruled the decade (2000–2009); (digital version is now available) – PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". Pep.ph. 17 April 2010. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  13. ^ [2] Archived December 6, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  14. ^ [3] Archived April 12, 2011, at the Wayback Machine

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