The journey of Eula Valdez on Kapamilya teleseryes has been nothing short of successful. Through the years, we have witnessed how great of an actress Eula is as she did justice to all the roles she has portrayed exceptionally. Let us reminisce the times when Eula herself made us love her acting.
Pangako Sa’Yo (2000)
Who would forget the striking line of Eula in this hit drama series which goes like, “Kayong nagmalupit sa akin, lahat kayo, matitikman ninyo ang batas ng alipin”? Most probably no one. Eula had been so unforgettable in Pangako Sa’Yo originally portraying the role of Amor Powers who rose from the doldrums and eventually showed her true love for Eduardo Buenavista played by Tonton Gutierrez. We’ve seen a very strong character in Eula in her tale of revenge and redemption.
Darating ang Umaga (2003)
This teleserye had the team up of Vina Morales and Eula as siblings for the very first time. What people loved about this drama aside from the high-calibre actors who appeared in the series including Ian Veneracion, Jodi Sta. Maria, and Patrick Garcia, was that it showcased romance, fantasy, and drama - all in one. This series brought us the story of how the fate of a family depended on a medallion, which eventually became the reason of their sufferings and conflicts.
Maria Flordeluna (2007)
Based on the Flordeluna radio drama back in the 1970s, the hit drama series had Eula as Josephine “Jo” Espero-Alicante who found love with Leo Alicante, portrayed by Leo Martinez. Eula here was the mother of Wilma Espero who was played by Kristel Fulgar, antagonist to the main titular character portrayed by Eliza Pineda
Mula sa Puso (2011)
Eula starred in this 2011 remake of the 1997 original, headlined by JM De Guzman, Enrique Gil, Lauren Young. Eula played the greedy and ruthless Selina Matiss who made the life of Magda Trinidad-Pereira, portrayed by Dawn Zulueta, miserable. Eula’s characterization was so unforgettable and on point, especially her vicious acid attack on Magda.
Ikaw ay Pag-ibig (2011)
This fantasy drama series again showcased Eula as an antagonist, being the abusive and uncaring head of the orphanage where the characters of the child stars Zaijian Jaranilla, Mutya Orquia, Louise Abuel, and Xyriel Manabat had been placed after unfortunate events happened in their lives.
Mundo Man ay Magunaw (2012)
Now starring as the main protagonist in this drama series, Eula played Olivia San Juan-La Peña, an abuse victim who was imprisoned for accidentally killing her husband Carlos La Peña, portrayed by Christopher Roxas.
Walang Hanggan (2012)
Eula also was part of the cast of this hit classic drama topbilled by Coco Martin, Julia Montes, Dawn Zulueta and Richard Gomez. Here, Eula portrayed a rather different kind of role, Jean “Black Lily” Bonifactio, who later interferes with the relationship of Emily and Marco, portrayed by Dawn and Richard respectively.
Eula appears as the main antagonist again in this famous Mars Ravelo tale: Reyna Dyangga, a powerful yet wicked mermaid. Kids might have probably hated Dyangga for killing a lot of characters in the fantasy series and for being Dyesebel’s main rival in the series.
The Good Son (2017)
Eula’s role in this family drama series starring Joshua Garcia, Jerome Ponce, Nash Aguas, and McCoy de Leon was again quite unique compared to the ones she has performed before. In the series, she took on the role of Olivia Gesmundo-Buenavidez, widow of Victor Buenavidez (Albert Martinez). Later on in the series, it will be found out that it was Eula who intentionally killed her husband by poisoning after their marriage did not work out.
Kadenang Ginto (2018)
Eula had a special participation in this drama series who appeared to be Rossanna Andrada, mother of Romina Andrada who was played by Beauty Gonzalez. Rosanna dies from a heart attack after Romina’s ex-lover Carlos Bartolome (Luis Alandy) fails to show up on their wedding day.
The General’s Daughter (2019)
The veteran actress take the role of Corazon de Leon in this much-anticipated, groundbreaking series. The General’s Daughter is also topbilled by Angel Locsin and the industry’s most prominent names and respected luminaries, including Albert Martinez, Tirso Cruz III, Janice de Belen, Paulo Avelino, JC de Vera, Arjo Atayde, Ryza Cenon, Louise delos Reyes, Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte, and Maricel Soriano.
Watch Eula’s acting prowess shine once more on The General’s Daughter, beginning Monday, January 20 after FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano on Primetime Bida.