She is indeed one of the most in-demand actresses of her generation at present. From being that simple teenage girl from Cebu, she has turned out to become the brightest stars in the country. Let’s take a look back on the inspiring journey of our Woman of the Day, Chinita Princess Kim Chiu!
As we all know, her successful showbiz career began when she joined the first-ever batch of Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition, wherein she was also hailed as the eventual Big Winner after making it until the end of the contention and garnering the highest percentage of votes (41.4%) on the Big Night.
It wasn’t only in the reality show wherein she became a Big Winner for she was bestowed a string of project upon returning to the “outside world.” She top-billed a slew of acclaimed teleseryes such as Sana Maulit Muli (2007), My Girl (2008), My Binondo Girl (2011), and the highly successful Tayong Dalawa (2009), and co-starred with her former perennial on-screen partner Gerald Anderson in big screen hits “I’ve Fallen For You” (2007), “First Day High” (2006), and the all-time favourite “Paano Na Kaya” (2010).
The 29-year-old multi-faceted actress eventually stepped out of her usual roles in romance films as she portrayed totally different personas in horror flicks “The Healing” (2012), “The Ghost Bride“ (2017), horror-comedy movie “Da One That Ghost Away” (2018), and the drama film “Etiquette For Mistresses” (2015). Of course, her remarkable pairings with reel-to-real sweetheart Xian Lim in the romantic comedy blockbusters “Bakit Di Ka Crush ng Crush Mo?” (2013), “Bride For Rent” (2014), and “Past Tense” (2014) should not be overlooked as well!
Kim starred in other top-rating teleseryes that solidified her immense stature in the industry. This includes Ina, Kapatid, Anak (2012), Ikaw Lamang (2014), The Story of Us (2016), and Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin (2017). Currently, Kim stars in the afternoon drama Love Thy Woman.
Without a doubt, Kim is one of the brightest leading ladies of today and her star never stops shining! Along with her bubbly personality, what’s not to love about Kim Chiu