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How Liza Soberano captivated us with her remarkable TV roles

Mary Ann Bardinas January 06, 2020 09:11 PM
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With her show-stopping beauty and captivating charm, it’s really impossible not to notice Liza Soberano at one glance.

Even before we saw her in her remarkable stint in Got To Believe as Alex, the new love interest of Joaquin (Daniel Padilla) in its second book, she already captured our attention with her appearances in Wansapanataym, Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo, Maalaala Mo Kaya, and Luv U.

Her breakthrough came in when she was tapped to headline the 2014 romantic series Forevermore opposite Enrique Gil. She played the young strawberry farmer Maria Agnes Calay, who would fall in love with the happy-go-lucky hotel heir Xander. Their tandem became a big hit among the viewers and gained not only a throng of followers, but the “Breakthrough Loveteam of 2015” accolade as well.

The 20-year-old actress got the whole nation smitten anew with her character as Serena in the romantic comedy drama Dolce Amore, a young Filipina who was adopted by an affluent Italian couple. She met the hardworking and gumptious Tenten (Enrique Gil) when she fled to the Philippines to escape from her arranged marriage to Giancarlo (Matteo Guidicelli).

In 2018, she stunned us once more with her enchanting beauty and impressive acting prowess as Ganda, the courageous lady warrior from the TagaPatag faction who aims to prove that there’s more to her alluring physical appearance and to get their clan be educated on self-defense. She would be one of the five young heroes of Sansinukob in Bagani.

And, this 2020, Liza will again make us believe in love that lasts forever in her eagerly anticipated return to primetime with Enrique in Make It With You. Liza plays Billy, a free-spirited, hardworking OFW who meets Enrique’s character Gabo in breathtaking Croatia.

Liza is set to captivate us once more in her upcoming teleserye, Make It With You, which premieres on Monday, January 13 on Primetime Bida.