Angel Locsin is the recipient of GEMS Hiyas ng Sining’s Highest Honors for Television!




Angel Locsin continues to receive recognition from the academic community for her impeccable performance as Rhian Bonifacio in ‘The General’s Daughter.’


Just recently, Angel Locsin wins a new as she is the recipient of Guild of Educators, Mentors, and Students (GEMS) Hiyas ng Sining’s Highest Honors for Television!


Angel Locsin has yet again proved that she is indeed worthy to be called a Queen, more so an Action-Drama Queen. Her portrayal in ‘The General’s Daughter’ gained not just the validation of the viewing public but the validation of some of the most prestigious award-giving bodies in the country.


Her character, Rhian Bonifacio, now belongs to the list of iconic characters Angel Locsin breathe life into and will forever go down in TV history as one of the most iconic female lead character in an equally iconic TV series that will forever be remembered.




No one can ever question Angel Locsin’s excellence in acting. For years that she’s been portraying various roles with various levels of complexity, she never fails to do an outstanding job breathing life to those characters.


Some of her notable characters that made a mark in the history of Philippine TV are Mulawin, Darna, Asian Treasures, the moonstone trilogy: Lobo, Imortal, and La Luna Sangre, The Legal Wife, and her recent record-breaking show The General’s Daughter!


Winners for various categories in GEMS Hiyas ng Sining Awards were announced on their official facebook page. Awarding ceromony will be held on February 13, 2020 at Laguna BelAir Science School, Sta. Rosa Laguna!


Congratulations Angel Locsin! We are very proud of you!




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