Eula Valdez

TV Actress

Eula Valdez was born in Manila, Luzon, Philippines on December 11th, 1968 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 54, Eula Valdez biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Julia Amorsolo Valdez
Date of Birth
December 11, 1968
Place of Birth
Manila, Luzon, Philippines
54 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Comedian
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Eula Valdez Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Richard Litonjua (2003–2009)
Miguel Valdes, Juliana Gracia Litonjua
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Fernando Amorsolo (grandfather), Paolo Ballesteros (nephew)
Eula Valdez Career

Valdez became part of the series Marinella starring Camille Prats, Shaina Magdayao and Serena Dalrymple but she gained more popularity during her portrayal as "Amor de Jesus-Powers" in the ABS-CBN television series Pangako Sa ’Yo in 2000 starring Kristine Hermosa, Jericho Rosales and Jean Garcia. In 2003, she was cast as Mira B. Cordero in the drama series Darating ang Umaga created by Jose Javier Reyes, but the series garnered low ratings. In 2005 she joined Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba playing Lourdes Saavedra.

In 2007 she starred in the TV series Maria Flordeluna, and after the ending of the series she did a follow-up series on ABS-CBN's rival network titled Kamandag aired on GMA Network starring Richard Gutierrez. Since then she became part of GMA Network's female lead actress and starred in multiple series such All About Eve, the short-lived Saturday paranormal series E.S.P. and LaLola. In 2009, she went back to ABS-CBN to do the primetime hit series The Wedding, then in 2010 The Last Prince and the afternoon series Koreana. In 2011, Eula was part of the remake of Mula Sa Puso as her comeback project to ABS-CBN where she played Selina Matias (originally portrayed by Princess Punzalan based on the 1997 primetime drama series of the same name). On the 20th anniversary of MMK, she is the most featured actress with the most episodes (32 episodes, as of 2014) and she was hailed "MMK Queen". In 2012, as her comeback as a contract artist she plays Olivia La Peña-San Juan on the film remake turned TV series Mundo Man ay Magunaw which was originally portrayed by Susan Roces and will be Black Lily at the book two of Walang Hanggan.

In 2014, Valdez returned to GMA-7 after Dyesebel and did Ilustrado, Elemento, The Half Sisters, two TAPE Inc. - GMA Network produced shows, Princess in the Palace and Calle Siete, Hahamakin ang Lahat, and the reboot role of Queen Avria in the 2016 version of Encantadia.

In 2017, she switched back to ABS-CBN. She starred in the TV series The Good Son wherein she portrayed the role of "Olivia Buenavidez", the manipulative and scheming wife of Victor Buenavidez. In 2019, she starred in The General's Daughter portraying Corazon de Leon, a loving wife and mother. Then in 2020, she played "Lucy Wong" in Love Thy Woman, a fierce and overprotective mother and wife. In 2021, she portrays Deborah delos Santos in Huwag Kang Mangamba, a religious fanatic turned faith healer.


Eula Valdez Awards
  • 1998 - Highly Commended in Asian TV Awards in Singapore (MMK: Talaarawan)
  • 2001 - Star Awards Best Actress in a Drama Series (Pangako Sa ’Yo)
  • 2002 - Jose Rizal Award of Excellence Top Enterntainer Award as Best Actress (Pangako Sa ’Yo)
  • 2003 - Asian TV Awards Best Actress Nomination
  • 2003 - Asian TV Awards Best Actress in Singapore (MMK: Karinderia)
  • 2006 - Aliw Awards Best Actress in a musical (ZsaZsa Zaturnnah)
  • 2011 - Broadway World Philippines Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Nine)
  • 2015 - Young Critics Circle Best Performance (Dagitab)
  • 2015 - Gawad Urian Best Actress (Dagitab)
  • 2017 - Gawad Tanglaw Best Actress (Neomanila)