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Years active  1987-present
Parents  Lito Atienza
Role  TV Host
Name  Kim Atienza
Spouse(s)  Felicia Hung

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Full Name  Alejandro Ilagan Atienza
Born  January 24, 1967 (age 48) (1967-01-24) Malate, Manila, Philippines
Occupation  Weatherman, TV Host, Actor, Voice Actor
Children  Jose III Hung AtienzaEliana Hung AtienzaEmmanuelle Hung Atienza
Education  University of Santo Tomas, University of the Philippines
Awards  PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Educational Program Host
Nominations  PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Public Affairs Program Host
TV shows  It's Showtime, Matanglawin, Umagang Kay Ganda, Y Speak
Similar People  Vice Ganda, Anne Curtis, Vhong Navarro, Teddy Corpuz, Karylle

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Alejandro Ilagan Atienza (born January 6, 1967), popularly known as Kim Atienza or simply Kuya Kim, is a Filipino television host, actor, voice actor, weather anchor and a former politician. He is currently a resident weather anchor in ABS-CBN's TV Patrol's segment, "Weather-Weather Lang". After his involvement with politics for twelve years, Atienza served as councilor of the 5th District of Manila for three terms.

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Atienza is the eldest son of former Mayor of Manila and Buhay Party-List Representative Lito Atienza and the brother of Ali Atienza.

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Political career

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Atienza has been in politics for twelve years. From 1995 to 2004, he served as councilor of the 5th district of Manila for three terms. One of his notable resolutions that he filed to the city council is the resolution in 1998 declaring actress Claire Danes as persona non grata and banning her films after Danes criticized the state of Manila's cleanliness. In 2004, he ran as representative of the 5th District of Manila but lost to Joey Hizon. His father, former Manila Mayor Lito Atienza, asked him in 2007 to run as Mayor of Manila but he declined and then he retired thinking that politics is scary.

Radio and television career

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He started his broadcasting career in the early 1990s, as the anchor of "Mata ng Agila", a early morning newscast of DZEC Radyo Agila 1062, together with Onin Miranda.

Atienza started his stint on TV when he began hosting Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas's Animalandia as well as voice acting in the 90's. He is also best known for voicing Takeru (renamed as Michael Joe) which is portrayed by Japanese Sentai actor Ryousuke Kaizu from the Super Sentai series, Hikari Sentai Maskman and he also references this in later years when he was being interviewed by fellow celebrity hosts.

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He soon was tracking weather until he became the resident weatherman of TV Patrol replacing Ernie Baron who died.

He left the early morning show, Umagang Kay Ganda in 2009 to host the late morning variety show Showtime (now called It's Showtime). He began hosting Matanglawin (Hawkeye) on March 24, 2008.

Personal life

A father of three (Jose III, Eliana and Emman), Atienza is married to Felicia Hung, President and Founding Member of Chinese International School Manila (CISM). Kim Atienza is an avid marathoner, triathlete and cyclist. Politician Lito Atienza is Atienza's father while another politician, Ali Atienza, is his brother.

Atienza had a mild stroke in 2010 and 2014. In 2013, he was hospitalized for almost a week and was diagnosed to have Guillain–Barré syndrome, a rare disease that attacks the nervous system due to a virus or bacterial infection.

Television

  • Muscles in Motion (1987) (RPN 9)
  • Sports Review (1991–1993) (RPN 9)
  • Daimos (1993) (IBC-13) as Kazuya Ryuzaki (Richard Hartford) (Voice Dubber)
  • Hikari Sentai Maskman (1989-1990) (ABS-CBN) (1993-1998) (replayed in IBC-13) as Takeru (renamed as Michael Joe) (Voice Dubber)
  • Ultraman Ace (1993) (ABS-CBN) as Captain Mura (Voice Dubber)
  • Magma Man (1993) (ABS-CBN) as Misakey (Voice Dubber).
  • Voltes V (1999) (GMA) as Kenichi Go (Steve Armstrong) (Voice Dubber)
  • Umagang Kay Ganda (2007–2009) - host (ABS-CBN)
  • Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal (2007) (ABS-CBN) - Celebrity player (won the one-million-peso briefcase)
  • TV Patrol (2006–present) - weatherman/Weather-Weather Lang host (ABS-CBN)
  • Matanglawin (2008–present) - Host (ABS-CBN)
  • It's Showtime (formerly called as Showtime) (2009–2016) - Co-host (ABS-CBN)
  • Magpasikat (2010) - Co-host (ABS-CBN)
  • Barangay DOS! (2011) - Host (ABS-CBN)
  • Film

  • Shake, Rattle & Roll 15: Flight 666 (2014) - Kuya Kim's 1st MMFF Movie
  • Here Comes the Bride (2010) special participation
  • Wapakman (2009)
  • Astig (2009)
  • Saan Nagtatago Si Happiness (2006) - Kuya Kim's 1st Movie as Tim
  • Awards

  • 29th Star Awards for Television Best Education Program Host - for Matanglawin
  • 28th Star Awards for Television Best Education Program Host - for Matanglawin
  • 26th Star Awards for Television Best Education or Children's Program Host - for Matanglawin
  • 25th Star Awards for Television Best Educational Program Host - for Matanglawin
  • 24th Star Awards for Television Best Educational Program Host - for Matanglawin
  • 22nd Star Awards for Television Best Educational Program Host - for Matanglawin
  • 26th Star Awards for Television Best Game or Reality Show Host - for It's Showtime
  • 2015 KBP Golden Dove Awards for Best Children's Show - for Matanglawin
  • 2008 KBP Golden Dove Awards for Best Children's Show - for Matanglawin
  • 2007 KBP Golden Dove Awards for Best Children's Show - for Matanglawin
  • 2015 Golden Screen Awards for Outstanding Natural History Wildlife Program Host and Show - for Matanglawin
  • 2012 Golden Screen Awards for Outstanding Natural History Wildlife Program Host and Show - for Matanglawin
  • 2011 Golden Screen Awards for Outstanding Natural History Wildlife Program Host and Show - for Matanglawin
  • References

    Kim Atienza Wikipedia


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