Sunshine Dizon is a well-known television actress in the Philippines. Sunshine Dizon is most recognized for her appearances in television shows such as “Encantadia,” “Bakekang,” and “La Vendetta.”
Biography, Age, Nationality, Parents
Sunshine Dizon gave birth to Margaret Sunshine Cansancio Dizon on July 3, 1983. She was born in the Philippine city of Quezon City. She is 38 years old and of Filipino descent as of this writing. Likewise, she is a committed Christian born under the sign of Cancer.
To begin with, her parents were Isagani Bengzon Dizon and Dorothy Cansancio Dizon. Despite being the youngest in the family, she has an elder brother named Samuel Dizon and an elder sister named Isabel Dizon. Her mother, who was a member of the Producers’ Guild of the Philippines at the time and produced films and television shows, sensed her daughter’s interest in show business and took her to meetings with other producers when she was a child.
Sunshine Dizon Body Measurements
Her body dimensions have remained consistent throughout her acting career, resulting in an hourglass form. She stands 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 meters) tall and weighs 58 kg (127 pounds). Her exact body measurements are 36-28-36 inches (chest-waist-hip). Her bra cup size is 32B, and she wears a size five shoe (UK). The actress also has dark brown eyes and black hair.
Career and Professional Life
Sunshine Dizon began performing when she was three years old. Her screen name at the time was “Sunny.” Her feature film directing debut was “God’s Little Children.” She has previously acted in films such as Kung Kasalanan Man (1989), Hindi Pa Tapos Ang Laban (1990), and Kahit Butas ng Karayom Papasukin Ko (1991), for which she received her first FAMAS award for Best Child Actress.
She was a regular on Bubble Gang on television. She also worked at That’s Entertainment for six months. She then signed with VIVA and was cast in DATS. She participated in the episodes “Abaniko” (1992), “Palara” (1994), and “Latay” (1995) of the ABS-CBN drama anthology series Maalaala Mo Kaya (1995).
After that, she was a member of the cast of Thank God It’s Saturday and a lead in the television series Anna Karenina. Both Honey, My Love, So Sweet (1999) and Kiss Mo Ko (2001) feature her (1999). Honey, My Love So Sweet, and Kiss Mo Ko are among Dizon’s flicks. Sunshine Dizon played Anna Karenina in the television series Anna Karenina.
In 2001, she co-starred in the prime-time television drama Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin with Angelika Dela Cruz, and later in the soap opera Kung Mawawala Ka. Masikip sa Dibdib (2004), Daboy en Da Girl (2002), Mga Batang Lansangan… Ngayon (2002), Filipinas (2003), and Sabel (2003) are some of her roles (2004). She appeared in both Umulan Man o Umaraw and Tuwing Kapiling Ka, both GMA miniseries.
She also received two EXPRESS and Gawad Amerika Best Actress Awards for her role as Sang’gre Pirena in Encantadia. She was nominated for a PMPC Star Award for Best Actress for her roles in the comedy Bahay Mo Ba ‘To? and Captain Barbell, as well as Carlo J. Caparas’ Bakekang.
More About Career
She had a dual part in Impostora before going on to star in GMA Network’s La Vendetta as an exclusive contract star. She has been cast in the upcoming GMA Films film Dagaw and Sundo. She also appeared in the 2008 film Obra. Dizon began recording for All About Eve in 2009.
Dizon returned to Filipino television briefly in 2012, co-hosting Sarap Diva with Katrina Halili. Dizon made her acting debut in Mundo Mo’y Akin, a film in which she plays Perlita Mendoza, in 2013. In look, Dizon’s character in Mundo Mo’y Akin mimics her prior title role in Bakekang.
Dizon debuted as an in-house television director for 8TriMedia Broadcasting Network’s cable station 8TriTV, which airs on CableLink Channel 7. The following year, Dizon reprised her role as Adhara in Encantadia’s retelling-sequel. Also, she is returning to the same program, albeit in a new capacity.
She quit the show in the midst of the season to star in Ika-6 na Utos, where she played Emma de Jesus, her most personal character. It debuted on December 5, 2016, and has since been renewed based on ratings and viewership. In 2019, she portrayed Laura Ramirez-Santos in the television series Magkaagaw.
Sunshine Dizon has joined the cast of Dreamscape Entertainment’s upcoming series Marry Me, Marry You, which will star Paulo Avelino, Janine Gutierrez, and Jake Ejercito and will air on April 30, 2021, despite ABS-refusal CBN’s to extend the show.
Sunshine Dizon Salary and Net Worth
She may have amassed great riches as a successful Filipino actress. She has not declared her annual salary or net worth to the media, however, due to privacy concerns.
Sunshine Dizon Marriage, Husband
In 2010, Dizon married businessman Timothy Tan. She had a son named Anton Tan and a daughter named Doreen Tan as a consequence of this marriage. Dizon found her husband was having an affair with another lady after six years of marriage.
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