| Singer, Actress|
| Diane Soberano Manlosa|
November 18, 1981 (age 34) (1981-11-18) Philippines
Jean Garcia, Eula Valdez, Kristine Hermosa, Claire de la Fuente, Carol Banawa
Dianne dela Fuente Wikipedia
Dianne dela Fuente (born November 18, 1981) is a Filipino actress and singer.
Dianne dela Fuente was born Diana Soberano Manlosa on November 18, 1981 to parents Celia and Filemon. She has four siblings: Ronan, Sonia, Filemon III and Marlo.
Dianne dela Fuente made her television debut, as a series regular, on the now-defunct children's gag-variety show Ang TV.
She was cast as Maria Amor in the ABS-CBN drama series Pangako Sa 'Yo in 2000 and Mithi on the edutainment Pahina.
In 2001, she played Minerva on Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan and also made her debut as a VJ on Kasaysayan TV.
dela Fuente sang theme song of the 2002 Star Cinema film Got 2 Believe and reprised her role in Pahina, which was renewed after its cancellation in 2001. She was included in the Gawad KKK-Galing ng Kabataan "10 Most Outstanding Youth of the Philippines". She also received the Parangal ng Bayan "Most Promising Performer" award in the same year.
After a year, she graduated with a degree in communication arts from the Angelicum College.
She played the lead role in the TRUMPETS stage production of The Little Mermaid in 2006, her co-stars were KC Concepcion, and Carol Banawa. She also played the character Bising in MUSICAT's Alikabok.
She is currently a newscaster from CLTV 36.