Apart from the goddess-like beauty and alluring, ageless figure that Dawn Zulueta has as seen in this gallery, she is known for be the first actress in Philippine movie history to ever bag two acting awards in a single ceremony from an award-giving body (Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress in the 1991 FAMAS Awards).
Her portrayal of Emily Cardenas Guidotti-Montenegro in Walang Hanggan further made her an actress of merit, as she earned several recognitions for that coveted role.
She was nominated for Best Drama Actress in the 26th PMPC Star Awards for TV and for Outstanding Performance by An Actress in the the Golden Screen TV Awards in 2013 for her performance in the series. Her tandem with Richard Gomez also became GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards’ All-Time Favorite Love Team on Movies and TV that same year, as a result of their tandem in Walang Hanggan.
First discovered in a toothpaste commercial in 1986, Dawn since kickstarted a fabulous, sterling showbiz career.
Her beauty of Palestinian descent has further captivated both TV and film audiences as well as movie critics and awards.
It was in 1991 when she bagged both the Best Lead Actress for “Hihintayin Kita sa Langit,” also topbilling with Richard and Best Supporting Actress for “Una Kang Naging Akin” opposite Sharon Cuneta and Gabby Concepcion, respectively in the FAMAS. In the same year, she also won the Film Academy of the Philippines' Best Supporting Actress for “Una Kang Naging Akin.”
Her most recent TV appearances were in You're My Home as Marian Angeles-Fontanilla (2015), and FPJ's Ang Probinsyano as Marissa Hidalgo (2018).
While in films, she also starred as Elena Rodriguez in “Catch Me, I'm in Love” (2011). She's the older Athena Dizon in “She's Dating the Gangster” (2014) opposite Richard, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla. She shared the lead with Richard and Bea Alonzo as Tricia Ramos in “The Love Affair” (2015). Then as Christy Domingo-Gonzales in “Love Me Tomorrow” (2016) with Piolo Pascual as her leading man.
Dawn is a perfect epitome of Emily Dickinson's words--that she turns not older with years, but she is newer everyday with not just her beauty but her talents as well. That makes her beauty ageless.