Liza Soberano

TV Actress

Liza Soberano was born in Santa Clara, California, United States on January 4th, 1998 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 26, Liza Soberano 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
Hope Elizabeth Soberano, Liza
Date of Birth
January 4, 1998
United States, Philippines
Place of Birth
Santa Clara, California, United States
26 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Model, Singer
Social Media
Liza Soberano Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 26 years old, Liza Soberano has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
Dark Brown
33-24-34" or 84-61-86 cm
Liza Soberano Religion, Education, and Hobbies
She converted to Roman Catholicism in July 2015.
Not Available
St. Patrick School
Liza Soberano Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Enrique Gil (2014–Present)
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Enrique Gil (2014–Present)
John Castillo Soberano, Jacqulyn Elizabeth Nguyen née Hanley
Justin David Soberano (Brother)
Other Family
Nathaniel Larry Osorno (Younger Half Brother), Leilani Sue Elizabeth Osorno (Younger Half-Sister), Dustin David Nguyen (Younger Half Brother), Jaden Parker Nguyen (Younger Half Brother), Kaycee Logan Nguyen (Youngest Half-Sister), Rianne Love (Paternal Younger Half-Sister)
Liza Soberano Life

Hope Elizabeth "Liza" Soberano ( LY-z?

Born on January 4, 1998, he is a Filipino-American actress.

She began working on a variety of television series and films, including Wansapanataym (2011), Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo (2012), She's the One (2013), Must Be Love (2013).

She came to prominence after appearing as the protagonist in the romantic comedy television series Forevermore (2014–2015) with Enrique Gil.

She has since been in the films Just The Way You Are (2015), Everyday I Love You (2015), My Ex and Why (2017), Alone/Together (2019) and Bagani (2018).

Early life

Hope Elizabeth Soberano is the niece of a Filipino father, John Castillo Soberano of Pangasinan, and an American mother, Jacqulyn Hannah Hanley, who raised her in Santa Clara, California. When her parents separated, she was raised in Visalia, California, by her paternal grandparents. When she was ten years old, she moved to Manila, the Philippines, to live with her father and relatives.

Personal life

Soberano and Enrique Gil officially announced that they had been married since October 24, 2014.

Soberano is a Roman Catholic. The sacraments of initiation were given to her and her brother, Justin David. She is a dual citizen of both the United States and the Philippines.


Liza Soberano Career


Since moving to Manila, she was offered modeling jobs for print ads at the age of 12. When she was 13, she was discovered by a talent scout and introduced to Ogie Diaz, her new talent manager. Her talent manager recommended that she learn Filipino so she could land lucrative television and film jobs because she couldn't speak the language at the time.

Soberano made her acting debut in the Wansapanataym (2011) anthology film. Claire Raymundo appeared in Kung Ako'y Irmundo in 2012. Soberano appeared in Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo's best film Must Be... Love, so much so. She appeared in She's the One with Bea Alonzo, Dingdong Dantes, and Enrique Gil in 2013. Padilla's other love passion returned a year earlier in 2014 when she appeared on primetime television show Got to Believe.

Soberano made her debut as strawberry farmer Maria Agnes Calay, a hotel business heir who gradually becomes Agnes' love interest in the successful romantic comedy television series Forevermore (2014). The series's finale received a 39.3 percent rating. Soberano and Gil gained a following as a result of their popularity thanks to their success with the television series.

Soberano starred in the film based on the Wattpad book The Bet, following Forevermore's success. The film version, which was originally named as the same as its source material, was renamed Just the Way You Are (2015).

Soberano and Gil then appeared in Everyday, I Love You, directed by Mae Czarina Cruz-Alviar in October 2015.

Soberano appeared in the romantic comedy melodrama series Dolce Amore in February 2016. Serena Marchesa, a teenage girl raised in Italy by her adoptive parents, is depicted in her image. Although she leads a healthy life, she can't get over the fact that a crucial piece of her identity is missing. Soberano had signed as the new star of Maybelline in August 2016.

Soberano appeared in the romantic comedy drama film My Ex and Whys opposite Enrique Gil in 2017. Cathy Garcia Molina, who had previously worked with her in Forevermore, was the film's producer. The film was released in February 2017 grossing 31.5 million on its first day and winning the GMMSF Box Office Entertainment Award for Box Office Queen.

Soberano revealed in May 2017 that she would appear in the planned film adaptation, which was due to be out in 2020. However, she opted to withdraw from the role on April 4, 2019. She was also recovering from an injury she sustained during primetime drama Bagani. The latest version was later reworked as a television series.

Make It With You's cancellation due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines and its network's franchise renewal issues brought to an end to the loveteam's relationship with Gil. Kriz Gazmen, the head of ABS-CBN Films, said that although they pitched several projects to the duo and was supposed to "shoot something" (that was later scrapped due to COVID case surges in the region at that time), "Liza made the decision to change [her] career course."

Soberano signed with Careless Music, an American-Filipino-based talent firm and record label established by her contemporary James Reid in collaboration with Far East Movement's Transparent Arts label in 2022. With this new career path, she returned to the United States and has hoped to pursue a career in Hollywood, starting with Lisa Frankenstein of Focus Features.