Friday 5: Julia Montes ang Royal Prinsesa ng Drama

BY
EJ Salut

FRESH SCOOPS

08/21/2015 02:19 AM
Friday 5: Julia Montes ang Royal Prinsesa ng Drama
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Julia Montes will be starring alongside Enchong Dee in the upcoming primetime drama "Doble Kara." It is without a doubt that fans will be treated to yet another powerful performance of the young actress. She is, after all, the "Royal Prinsesa ng Drama."

Let's take a look at his five other soap opera stints:

1) Mara Clara (2010-2011)

The remake of the longest-running classic Mara Clara was Julia's breakthrough show. Playing the role of Clara David / Clara del Valle in the story about teenage sibling rivalry, the artist was able to showcase her acting skills as a cold-hearted and vengeful kontrabida.




2) Growing Up (2011-2012)

Julia was reunited with Mara Clara co-star Kathryn Bernardo in the teen drama series Growing Up. Playing the role of Samantha "Tammy" Magtoto, she took on a lighter and more wholesome story that follows a group of childhood best friends.





3) Walang Hanggan (2012)


In a story that spanned three generations, Julia played the role of Katerina Alcantara-Guidotti/Montenegro. The phenomenal drama series received a number of awards and emerged as the most watched show during the second half of 2012. The young actress was also named the Princess of Philippine Television by the GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards for her portrayal.





4) Muling Buksan ang Puso (2013)


Julia's next series was again a story of three generations. She was alongside Enchong Dee and Enriquee Gil in the heart-wrenching narrative of love, forgiveness, and second chances. The show was also broadcasted in Malaysia.





5) Ikaw Lamang (2014)


Appearing as Mona Roque-Hidalgo in the period drama series Ikaw Lamang, Julia proved her versatility as an actress. She was reunited with Walang Hanggan co-star Coco Martin. Even though she's the youngest among its cast, Julia received a nomination for Best Drama Supporting Actress from the PMPC Star Awards for TV. She tied with veteran Angel Locsin for the Best Actress title at the 13th Gawad Tanglaw.





BONUS: Maalaala Mo Kaya

Julia starred in four MMK episodes: Card (2008), Diary (2010), Krus (2012), and Picture (2015).





BONUS: Maalaala Mo Kaya

Julia starred in four MMK episodes: Card (2008), Diary (2010), Krus (2012), and Picture (2015).