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MMFF Best Actress Winners from 1975 to 2018

Veteran actress Gloria Romero has just won her second Best Actress trophy at the Metro Manila Film Festival for her performance in the gay-themed movie “Rainbow’s Sunset.” Her first victory at the MMFF was 18 years ago for the movie “Tanging Yaman.”

As for the most awarded recipent of Best Actress award in MMFF, she’s none other than Superstar Nora Aunor. Ate Guy grabbed the MMFF Best Actress trophy in 1978 for Atsay (Best Performer), 1979 for Ina Ka ng Anak Mo, 1982 for Himala, 1984 for Bulaklak ng City Jail, 1990 for Andrea Paano Ba ang maging Isang Ina?, 1991 for Ang Totoong Buhay ni Pacita M., 1995 for Muling Umawit ang Puso, and 2012 for “Thy Womb.”

Meanwhile, Maricel Soriano is second to Nora Aunor with regards to most MMFF Best Actress wins for bagging 5 trophies–1997, 2003, 2007, 2011 and in 2013 for the movie “Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy.”

Jennylyn Mercado is the second actress after Nora to win Best Actress two years in a row.

MMFF Best Actress Winners from 1975 to 2018

1975 – Charito Solis (Araw-Araw, Gabi-Gabi)
1976 – Hilda Koronel (Insiang)
1977 – Vilma Santos (Burlesk Queen)
1978 – Nora Aunor (Atsay) – BEST PERFORMER AWARDEE
1979 – Nora Aunor tied with Lolita Rodriguez (Ina Ka ng Anak Mo)
1980 – Amy Austria (Brutal)
1981 – Vilma Santos (Karma)
1982 – Nora Aunor (Himala)
1983 – Coney Reyes (Bago Kumalat ang Kamandag)
1984 – Nora Aunor (Bulaklak ng City Jail)
1985 – Vivian Velez (Paradise Inn)
1986 – Liza Lorena (Halimaw sa Banga}
1987 – Melanie Marquez (The Untold Story of Melanie Marquez)
1988 – Amy Austria (Bubbles: Ativan Gang Queen)
1989 – Vilma Santos (Imortal)
1990 – Nora Aunor (Andrea, Paano ba ang Maging Isang Ina?)
1991 – Nora Aunor (Ang Totoong Buhay ni Pacita M.)
1992 – Kimberly Diaz (Alyas Kanto Boy)
1993 – Dawn Zulueta (Kung Mawawala Ka Pa)
1994 – Gina Alajar (Shake Rattle and Roll 5)
1995 – Nora Aunor (Muling Umawit Ang Puso)
1996 – Amy Austria (Trudis Liit)
1997 – Maricel Soriano (Nasaan ang Puso?)
1998 – Alice Dixson (Sa Ngalan ng Ama)
1999 – Elizabeth Oropesa (Bulaklak ng Maynila)
2000 – Gloria Romero (Tanging Yaman)
2001 – Assunta de Rossi (Hubog)
2002 – Ara Mina (Mano Po)
2003 – Maricel Soriano (Filipinas)
2004 – Vilma Santos (Mano Po 3: My Love)
2005 – Zsazsa Padilla (Ako Legal Wife, Mano Po 4)
2006 – Judy Ann Santos (Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo)
2007 – Maricel Soriano (Bahay Kubo, The Pinoy Mano Po)
2008 – Anne Curtis (Baler)
2009 – Sharon Cuneta (Mano Po 6: A Mother’s Love)
2010 – Ai Ai delas Alas (Ang Tanging Ina Mo, Last Na ‘To!)
2011 – Maricel Soriano (Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow)
2012 – Nora Aunor (Thy Womb)
2013 – Maricel Soriano (Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy)
2014 – Jennylyn Mercado (English Only, Please)
2015 – Jennylyn Mercado (#WalangForever)
2016 – Irma Adlawan (Oro)
2017 – Joanna Ampil (Ang Larawan)
2018 – Gloria Romero (Rainbow’s Sunset)

Photo credit: The Manila Times

2 Comments on MMFF Best Actress Winners from 1975 to 2018

  1. ganda kah? // January 4, 2019 at 4:51 am //

    anne Curtis too

  2. crokeepooh // January 1, 2019 at 5:26 pm //

    out of all the winners, Aiai is the most undeserving winner. IMO

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