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Vilma Santos
Vilma Santos-Recto Governor of Batangas Incumbent Assumed office June 30, 2007 Vice Governor Preceded by Jose Antonio Leviste II Arman Sanchez Spouse(s) Edu Manzano
(divorced)

Ralph Recto
(married 1992-present)

Acting career
Vilma Santos began acting at the age of nine, after winning the title role for the hit drama film Trudis Liit (Little Trudis). She immediately received her first acting trophy as Best Child Performer from FAMAS for the same film. Groomed as a lead actress in her teens, her popularity grew further, bolstered by her loveteam with actor Edgar Mortiz and rivalry with contemporary actress and real life friend Nora Aunor. She made the film Burlesk Queen when she lost to Nora Aunor in popularity. At the height of her showbiz career she was a consistent box-office drawer highlighted by comic-book adapted films like the Darna series and Dyesebel, and dramatic/ daring films like Burlesk Queen and Sinasamba Kita, among others.

Mayor of Lipa City In office June 30, 1998 – June 30, 2007 Preceded by Succeeded by Born Ruben L. Umali Oscar L. Gozos November 3, 1953 ( 1953-11-03) Bamban, Tarlac, Philippines Filipino Lakas-CMD Edu Manzano (1st husband) Ralph Recto (2nd husband) Luis Manzano Ryan Christian Recto Politician, Actress Roman Catholic

Nationality Political party Spouse Children Profession Religion

Political career
In 1998, she entered politics and ran for mayor of Lipa City, Batangas where she won by landslide victories in three consecutive elections. As the first woman mayor of Lipa City, she helped bring not just economic progress and infrastructure development to Lipa City, but more notably her various programs on public health, education and environment, which again earned various local and international awards and recognitions. In 2005, the University of the Philippines conferred to her the Gawad Plaridel Award for her achievements and contributions both as an actress and a public servant. In the same year she was conferred an honorary doctorate degree (honoris causa) in humanities by the Lipa City College. She was again honored in 2006 by the University of the Philippines as one of the four awardees in UP’s First Diwata Awards.

Vilma Santos-Recto (born Maria Rosa Vilma Tuazon Santos November 3, 1953 in Bamban, Tarlac) is one of the most popular and most awarded actresses in the Philippines. She is known as the "Queenstar" and "Star for All Seasons" or the "Betamax Queen" in the early 1980’s. She is currently in politics as the first woman Governor of Batangas. She was also the first woman Mayor of Lipa City for 9 years (3 terms).
Vilma Santos Born Maria Rosa Vilma Tuason Santos November 3, 1953(1953-11-03) Manila, Philippines actress, politician As an actress: 1962-present

Occupation Years active

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Governor Vilma Santos is married to Senator Ralph Recto, who belongs to a wellknown political clan in the Philippines. Together they have a son, Ryan Christian. She is also mother to actor/model/television host Luis ’Lucky’ Manzano, from previous marriage to actor Edu Manzano.

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majority party. Kampi adopted her as their official candidate for Batangas Governor instead of incumbent Governor Arman Sanchez.

Governor-elect
Santos-Recto was proclaimed as the Governor-elect of the province of Batangas on May 21, 2007 after garnering 475,740 votes against Sanchez’s 344,969 for a winning margin of more than 130,000. She is the first female governor of the province of Batangas.

Running for Governor in Batangas
Mayor Santos-Recto ran for Governor in the 2007 elections challenging incumbent governor and jueteng lord Arman Sanchez and even her brother-in-law, Vice Governor Richard Recto (who is said to be not in good terms with his brother). People in Batangas were eagerly waiting for this match up. Mayor Santos-Recto’s decision to run for governor of the province of Batangas resulted in a family feud as Ricky,his brother-in-law, also said that he will run for the same post. After spending some time thinking about the predicament she was in, Mayor Santos-Recto said that she opted to give way to Ricky but left people hanging as she said that she had until March 29 to decide and that it was still a long time before that date and anything may still happen. Mayor Santos-Recto was then being said to be interested in running as Congresswoman representing the 4th District of Batangas. To add spice to the situation, Vilma’s husband re-electionist Senator Ralph Recto announced to the media that they would not support the candidacy of his brother Ricky. During the weekly flag-raising at the Lipa City Hall on March 5, 2007, political leaders from different parts of the province gathered at the Lipa City Hall grounds to announce their support and asked Mayor Vilma Santos to run as Governor. Mayor Santos-Recto was too emotional to make a decision at that point and asked for a week to make up her mind. She made her promise good to announce her decision, and on March 12, she announced before a jampacked crowd at the Lipa City Cultural Center that she would accept the people’s challenge and run for provincial governor. Banker Edwin Ermita, the son of incumbent Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita, would be her running mate. She ran under the banner of Lakas CMD after being endorsed by Speaker Jose de Venecia as the official candidate of the

Filmography
Movies
Year Title 2009 Anak 2 2009 A Mother’s Story[1] 2004 Mano Po 3 : My Love 2002 Dekada ‘70 2000 Anak 1998 Bata, Bata...Paano Ka Ginawa? Ang Erpat Kong Astig 1997 Hanggang Ngayon Ika’y Minamahal 1996 Ikaw Ang Mahal Ko 1994 Relaks Ka Lang, Sagot Kita Nag-iisang Bituin Lipa: Arrandia Massacre 1993 Ikaw Lang Dahil Mahal Kita: The Dolzura Cortez Story 1992 Sinungaling Mong Puso Celina Dolzura Cortez Clara OngChiong Josie Lilia Yang Role Josie

Engkanto 1991 Ipagpatawad Mo 1990 Hahamakin Lahat Kapag Langit Ang Humatol 1989 Pahiram Ng Isang Umaga Imortal

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1987 Tagos Ng Dugo Ibigay Mo Sa Akin Ang Bukas Saan Nagtatago Ang Pag-ibig? 1986 Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow Palimos Ng Pag-ibig Asawa Ko, Huwag Mong Agawin 1985 Muling Buksan Ang Puso Doctor, Doctor, We Are Sick 1984 Adultery Sister Stella L. Alyas Baby Tsina 1983 Ayaw Kong Maging Kerida Paano Ba Ang Mangarap? Broken Marriage Minsan Pa Nating Hagkan Ang Nakaraan 1982 Relasyon Sinasamba Kita T-Bird At Ako Never Ever Say Goodbye Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan? Haplos 1981 Ex-Wife Pakawalan Mo Ako Hiwalay Karma 1980 Good Morning Sunshine Darna At Ding Miss X Yakapin mo ako, Lalaking Matapang Ang Galing galing mo, Mrs. Jones Gusto Kita, Mahal Ko Siya Romansa Langis at Tubig Darna/ Narda Lily Divina Helen Lissa Belen Fina 1979 Coed Pinay, American Style Magkaribal Rock Baby Rock

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Halik Sa Kamay, Halik Sa Paa Swing It, Baby Buhay Artista Ngayon Modelong Tanso 1978 Pinagbuklod Ng Pag-ibig Bakit Kailangan Kita? Simula Ng Walang Katapusan Amorseko: Kumakabit, Kumakapit Nakawin Natin Ang Bawat Sandali Pagputi Ng Uwak, Pagitim Ng Tagak Campus Promo Girl Disco Fever Pag-ibig Ko Sa Iyo Lang Ibibigay Ikaw Ay Akin Rubia Servios 1977 Pulot-Gata Pwede Kaya? Susan Kelly, Edad 20 Dalawang Pugad, Isang Ibon Masarap, Masakit Ang Umibig Burlesk Queen 1976 Hindi Nakakahiya Mga Reynang Walang Trono Big Ike’s Happening Let’s Do The Salsa Mapagbigay Ang Mister Ko Bertang Kerengkeng Bato Sa Buhangin Mga Rosas Sa Putikan Nag-aapoy Na Damdamin Makahiya At Talahib

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1975 Basta’t Isipin Mong Mahal Kita Nakakahiya? Ibong Lukaret Dugo At Pag-ibig Sa Kapirasong Lupa Teribol Dobol Vilma Veinte-Nueve Karugtong Ng Kahapon Tag-Ulan Sa Tag-Araw Darna Vs. The Planetwoman 1974 Vilma & The Beep Beep Minica Phantom Lady Kampanerang Kuba Biktima Vivian Volta Twin Fists For Justice Tok Tok Palatok Mga Tigre Ng Sierra Cruz Batya’t Palu-Palo Kamay Na Gumagapang King Khayam And I Happy Days Are Here Again 1973 Now And Forever Anak Ng Aswang Tsismosang Tindera Cariñosa Maria Cinderella Wonder Vi Lipad Darna Lipad Dyesebel At Ang Mahiwagang Kabibe Darna And The Giants Ophelia At Paris Darna/ Narda 1972 Aloha My Love

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Don’t Ever Say Goodbye Dulce Corazon Inspiration Remembrance Little Darling Ang Kundoktora Sweet Sweet Love Takbo Vilma Dali Dama De Noche Dalagang Nayon Hatinggabi Na Vilma Tatlong Mukha Ni Rosa Vilma Leron Leron Sinta 1971 Love At First Sight The Sensations Angelica Wonderful World Of Music Young Lovers Ikaw Lamang Our Love Affair Teenage Señorita Eternally

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1970 Young Love Mardy Songs And Lovers I Do Love You My Pledge Of Love From The Bottom Of My Heart Bulaklak At Paru-Paro Mother Song The Young Idols Sixteen Because You’re Mine Love Letters Ding Dong Sweethearts Mga Batang Bangketa I Love You Honey Edgar Loves Vilma Sapagka’t Sila’y Aming Mga Anak Vilma, My Darling Nobody’s Child May Hangganan Ang Pag-ibig Baby Vi Renee Rose 1969 Pinagbuklod Ng Langit Pag-ibig, Masdan Ang Ginawa Mo My Darling Eddie The Jukebox King 1968 De Colores Kasalanan Kaya? Eagle Commandos Sino Ang May Karapatan? 1967 Ito Ang Pilipino Ito Ang Pilipino 1966 Hindi Nahahati Ang Langit Hampaslupang Maton Ito Ang Dahilan Batang Iwahig 1970’s Ayan Eh! 1970’s Dulambuhay ni Rosa Vilma 1970’s The Sensations 2006 2001 1990 1997 1997 1997 1965 Morena Martir Sa Baril Magtuos Maria Cecilia Iginuhit Ng Tadhana Kay Tagal Ng Umaga 1964 Ging Naligaw Na Anghel

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Sa Bawat Pintig Ng Puso Larawan Ng Pag-ibig 1963 Trudis Liit Anak, ka ng ina mo Duelo Sa Sapang Bato King And Queen For A Day Aninong Bakal

Television
Year 2007 Title Notes Alay ni Da King: Host, FPJ The A Fernando Poe, Artist (Cinema Jr. Special One - ABS-CBN ) Maalaala Mo Kaya: Regalo Bugso Once There Was A Love Kamandag sa Puso Lamat sa Kristal Katuparan (Weekly Musical variety show) BBC-2 Weekly Drama show(ABS-CBN) Weekly Musical variety show(ABS-CBN) (Weekly Musical variety show) RPN-9 mother of April(ABS-CBN) GMA Telesine Specials

1980’s VIP (Vilma in Person)

1990- 1996 lovingly yours helen [drama anthology show ] [abs-cbn 2 ] [gma network]

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Vilma Santos
• 1987 - Movie Magazine Awards Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo • 1987 - Cinemascoop Awards Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo • 1988 - FAMAS Best Actress for Ibulong Mo sa Diyos • 1989 - Star Awards Best Actress for Pahiram ng Isang Umaga • 1989 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Pahiram ng Isang Umaga • 1989 - Movie Magazine Awards Best Actress for Pahiram ng Isang Umaga • 1989 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Imortal • 1989 - Channel 2 Viewers Choice Award Best Actress for Imortal *1989 - FAMAS Hall of Fame *1990 - Gawad URIAN AKTRES NG DEKADA ’80 (Actress of the Decade ’80) • 1991 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Ipagpatawad Mo • 1991 - Movie Magazine Awards for Ipagpatawad Mo • 1991 - Intrigue Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Ipagpatawad Mo • 1992 - New Fame Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Sinungaling Mong Puso *1992 - FAMAS Circle of Excellence Award in Acting for Sinungaling Mong Puso *1993 - Second Grand Slam for Dolzura Cortez Story • 1993 - Manila Film FestivalBest Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story • 1993 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story • 1993 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story • 1993 - Star Awards Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story • 1993 - Movie Magazine Awards Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story • 1993 - Intrigue Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story • 1993 - New Fame Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story *1993 - FAMAS Circle of Excellence in Acting for Dolzura Cortez Story *1997 - FAP Lifetime Achievement Award *1998 - Third Grand Slam for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?

Awards in Television
• 1972 - Most Effective TV Actress - EMEE Award • 1987 - Best Musical Variety Show Host Star Awards for TV • 1988 - Best Musical Variety Show Host Star Awards for TV *1998 Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award - Star Awards for TV • 2006 - Best Actress in a Single TV Persformance for Maala-ala Mo Kaya: ’Regalo’ episode - Star Awards for TV

Awards in Film
• 1963 - FAMAS - Best Child Actress for Trudis Liit • 1968 - San Beda College Awards - Best Supporting Actress for Kasalanan Kaya? • 1972 - FAMAS - Best actress for Dama de Noche • 1975 - Bacolod City Film Festival Best Actress for Nakakahiya? • 1977 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Burlesk Queen • 1978 - Gawad Urian Best Picture for Pagputi ng Uwak, Pag-itim ng Tagak (as Producer) • 1978 - FAMAS Best Picture for Pagputi ng Uwak, Pag-itim ng Tagak (as Producer) • 1981 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Karma • 1981 - Cebu City Film Festival Best Actress for Karma • 1981 - FAMAS Best Actress for Pakawalan Mo Ako *1982 - First Grand Slam for Relasyon • 1982 - FAMAS Best Actress for Relasyon • 1982 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Relasyon • 1982 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Relasyon • 1982 - Catholic Mass Media Awards for Relasyon • 1982 - Let’s Talk Movies Awards for Relasyon • 1983 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Broken Marriage • 1984 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Sister Stella L. • 1987 - FAMAS Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo • 1987 - Catholic Mass Media Awards Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo

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• 1998 - Film Desk of the Young Critics Circle Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa? • 1998 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa? • 1998 - Star Awards Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa? • 1998 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa? • 1998 - Gawad Sineng-Sine PASADO Awards (Pampelikulang Samahan ng mga Dalubguro) Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa? • 1998 - Siasi, Jolo Critics Awards Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa? *1998 - FAMAS Lifetime Achievement Award • 1999 - Brussels International Film Festival Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa? *1999 - Star Special Citation for winning at the Brussels Int’l Film Festival *1999 Natatanging Artista ng Taon • 2000 - Star Awards Best Actress for Anak • 2000 - Gawad Sineng-Sine PASADO Awards (Pampelikulang Samahan ng mga Dalubguro) Best Actress for Anak *2000 - Gawad URIAN AKTRESS ng DEKADA ’90(Actress of Decade ’90) *2000 - Cinemanila Lifetime Achievement Award *2002 - Fourth Grand Slam for Dekada ’70 • 2002 - Film Desk of the Young Critics Circle Best Performer for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - Gawad Sineng-Sine PASADO Awards Best Actress for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - Star Awards Best Actress for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - Gawad TANGLAW Best Actress for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - Cinema One’s RAVE Awards Critic’s Choice - Best Performer for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - Cinema One’s RAVE Awards People’s Choice - Best Performer for Dekada ‘70 • 2002 - CineManila International Film Festival Best Actress for Dekada ‘70 *2002 - Cinemanila Lifetime Achievement Award

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*2003 - S Magazine’s Actress of The Year • 2004 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Mano Po 3 • 2004 - Gawad Suri Awards Best Actress for Mano Po 3 • 2004 - Gawad TANGLAW Best Actress for Mano Po 3 • 2004 - Star Awards Best Actress for Mano Po 3 *2004 - PMPC Star Dekada Award in Acting *2004 - Natatanging Gawad Tanglaw *2005 - FEMINIST CENTENNIAL FILMFEST- Outstanding Achievement in Film Acting *2005 - Gawad Plaridel for Outstnading Achievement in Film Acting *2005 - GMMF All-Time Favorite Actress *2005 - Gawad Suri Award for Exemplary Film Practitioner *2006 - First Pioneer Filipino Animation Awards - for Darna, given by the United Animation Inc. and United Staffing Registry Inc. *2006 - University of the Philippines Diwata Awards

Awards in Box Office
• 1970 Most Popular Movie, TV and Radio Love Team • 1971 Miss Philippine Movies • 1972 Reyna ng Pelikulang Pilipino • 1973 Queen of Phil. Movies *1974 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies • 1974 Queen of Movie Stars • 1974 Miss R. P. Movies • 1975 Miss R. P. Movies • 1975 Queen of Southern Luzon Movies *1978 Phil. Movies Box-Office Queen *1978 Box-Office Champion *1979 Box-Office Champion *1979 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies *1980 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies • 1980 Miss Philippine Movies • 1981 Miss Phil. Movies - USA; *1981 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies *1982 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies *1982 Cinehan Awards’ Box-Office Queen

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Awards Preceded by Vilma Santos for Tagos ng Dugo Preceded by Dina Bonnevie for Magdusa Ka Preceded by Vilma Santos for Pakawalan Mo Ako Preceded by Amy Austria for Brutal Preceded by Celia Rodriguez for Lilet FAMAS Award for Best Actress 1989 for Ibulong Mo Sa Diyos FAMAS Award for Best Actress 1988 for Tagos ng Dugo FAMAS Award for Best Actress 1983 for Relasyon FAMAS Award for Best Actress 1982 for Pakawalan Mo Ako

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Succeeded by Nora Aunor for Bilangin ang Bituin sa Langit Succeeded by Vilma Santos for Ibulong Mo Sa Diyos Succeeded by Charito Solis for Don’t Cry for Me, Papa Succeeded by Vilma Santos for Relasyon

Succeeded by FAMAS Award for Best Actress 1973 Gloria Sevilla for Dama de Noche for Gimingaw Ako (tied with Boots Anson Roa for Tatay na si Erap) • 1972 • 1973 • 1974 Albums • 2000 • 2005 Rikitik Palung-Palo Tok Tok Palatok Anak Soundtrack Vilma CD - collection of 23 songs

• 1982 Top Female Star - Takilya Award • 1983 RP Movies’ Queen of Queens; • 1983 Her Highness Queen of Phil. Movies *1984 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies *1986 Hall of Fame Box-Office Queen • 1988 Queen of Philippine Movies *1996 Longest Reigning Box-Office Queen awarded by the City of Manila *2000 Box-Office Lifetime Achievement Award *2001 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies *2006 Gawad Suri Gintong Alamat ng Sining (Longest Box Office Reign)

Awards in Recording
• 1970 Sixteen given by Willears Records • 1974 Palong-Palo given by Vicor Records

Discography
Singles • 1969 • 1969 • 1969 • 1970 • 1970 • 1970 • 1971 • 1971 • 1971 • 1971 • 1971 • 1971 • 1971 • 1971 • 1971 Sixteen Wonderful to be in Love I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause Something Stupid Bring Back Your Love I Wonder Why Abadaba Honeymoon Bobby, Bobby, Bobby Dry Your Eyes Love, Love Mandolin in the Moonlight Sealed with a Kiss Tweedle Tweddle Dee Wonderful World of Music You Made Me Love You

Awards in Socio-Civic/ Public Service
Under her administration, Lipa has gathered a respectable number of awards and citations acknowledging its achievements in education, health, and peace and order management, among other things. Santos-Recto, herself, has been recognized by four different award-giving bodies as an outstanding mayor, twice in 2000, once in 2002 and another one in 2006. Some of her awards for social/ public service includes as follows: • 1975 Most Outstanding Nueva Ecijana • 2000 Best Over-All Local Council Performance given by the Boy Scout of the Philippines • 2000 Outstanding mayor in Region IV given by the Asosasyon ng Komentarista at Anaunser sa Pilipinas

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Preceded by Ruben L. Umali Preceded by Armando C. Sanchez Mayor of the City of Lipa 1998 – 2007 Governor of the Province of Batangas 2007 – present

Vilma Santos
Succeeded by Oscar L. Gozos Incumbent

• 2000 Outstanding City Mayor given by the Civil Service Commission • 2001 Regional Sandugo Outstanding Local Executive Award given by the Dept. of Health • 2002 Presidential Award as the Cleanest & Greenest Local Government Unit in Region IV • 2002 Ten Outstanding Young Achievers • 2005 Gawad Suri Award for Exemplary Public Servant • 2005 Presented the Honorary Key to Jersey City, New Jersey, USA • 2005 IAPD (International Association of Pediatric Dentistry) Bright Smiles Bright Futures Award, at the Sydney Convention Center in Sydney, Australia. The Philippines’ Dental Health Program "Mga Munting Ngiti" in Lipa bested all finalists from Scotland, Australia, Rumania, China and Mexico. • 2005 Conferred as Honorary Member of the UP College of Public Health Alumni Society and Keynote Speaker to their 26th Annual Convention in Manila. • 2005 Huwarang Pilipino Award conferred by the 2005 Parangal sa Pamilyang Pilipino Organization Inc and by the Office of the President (May 21, 2005 at Ateneo de Manila University) • 2005 Regional Sandugo Outstanding Mayor Hall of Fame • 2005 Doctor of Humanities, Honoris Causa by Lipa City Public College

• 2006 Unlad Pilipinas Award (for ’Mga Munting Ngiti’) • 2006 Topped survey among students as ’Positive Youth Role Model’ • 2006 Outstanding City Mayor Award from the Dept. of Social Welfare & Devt. • 2006 Gawad Munting Ngiti Awardee & Keynote Speaker to the 7th Annual Conference of the National Association of Dental Trade Inc. at PhilTrade, Roxas Blvd, Pasay City Oct. 8, 2006. • 2007 People of the Year by the People Asia Magazine

References and external links
• http://movies.groups.yahoo.com/group/ VilmaSantosVisionGroup/ • Vilma Santos Unofficial Website • Vilma Santos at the Internet Movie Database

References
[1] Star Cinema Upcoming Films for 2009

See also
• Aksyon ng Bayan Rosario 2001 And Beyond

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