| 54.6 kg (120 lb)|
Aga Muhlach (m. 2001)
| Charlene Mae Gonzales Bonnin|
May 1, 1974 (age 41)Philippines (1974-05-01)
Binibining Pilipinas 1994
Atasha Muhlach, Andres Muhlach
Richard Bonnin, J.C. Bonnin, France Bonnin, Maria Antonia Bonnin, Melvin Bonnin, Gabriel Bernard Bonnin Llora
The Buzz, ASAP, P're Hanggang Sa Huli, At Home Ka Dito, Feel at Home with Charlene
Aga Muhlach, Bernard Bonnin, Dawn Zulueta, Janice de Belen, Toni Gonzaga
Charlene Mae Gonzales Bonnin-Muhlach (born May 1, 1974) is a Filipino actress, television and film personality and beauty queen. Gonzalez won the Binibining Pilipinas Universe 1994 title and represented her country at the Miss Universe 1994 pageant held in Manila, where she won the Best National Costume award and was one of the Top 6 Finalists. She is also an award winning talk show host and a commercial model.
Born to actor Bernard Bonnin and model Elvira Gonzales, on 1 May 1974, she has a brother, actor Richard Bonnin and Bagets actor J.C. Bonnin who is now a pastor. She married Filipino actor Aga Muhlach on May 28, 2001, and they have twin children born in 2001 named Andrés and Atasha. Gonzales is of Spanish ancestry.
Gonzales won the Binibining Pilipinas Universe 1994 title and represented her country at the Miss Universe 1994 pageant held in Manila, where she won the Best National Costume award and landed in the Top 6 Finalists. She produced one of the most famous answers in an international beauty competition. When asked by the host about the number of islands in the Philippines, she boldly asked back, Hightide or lowtide?
She hosted the show, At Home Ka Dito (You'll feel right at home here), a Philippine lifestyle program airing on ABS-CBN. Adding to its branding as a show is the introduction of a reality TV treatment to its features, pioneering what may be a new trend—the reality TV lifestyle show. In store for viewers are themes that showcase highly-engaging segments, like reality makeover sessions of both celebrities and ordinary people, presentation of beauty problems and solutions, real-time celebrity home visits and closet raids, and many other surprise segments to look forward to. Her films includes Kalabog and Bosyo, Oki Doki Doc (1993)- TV SERIES, P're Hanggang Sa Huli (1995), Ikaw Naman Ang iiyak (1996), Dyesebel (1996), Bilang Na Ang Araw Mo (1996), Parak: The Bobby Parkers Story, Kadre, Epimaco Velasco, Bridesmaids, Ben Delubyo, Resbak, Babalikan Kita (1999), Iligpit Si Bobby Ortega, Markang Bungo (2001).
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