Angel Locsin, Bea Alonzo and other Kapamilya Stars’ real names that you probably don’t know!




The use of pseudonyms trace way back hundreds or even thousand years ago. Also known as pen name, it is a fictitious name used by an author primarily to conceal his or her real identity. Screen names also falls under the definition of pseudonym. Some known personalities in the industry uses screen names not necessarily to conceal their real identity but because their birth name might be too long or hard to pronounce or spell or some personal reasons we’ll probably not know about.

Angel Locsin known for her characters as Darna, Lyka, Lia, Monica, and Rhian Bonifacio to name a few is one of the well-known personalities who’s actually using a screen name. Born as Angelica Colmenares, she was first introduced as Angel Locsin when she took on her first role on TV as Charley in a teen oriented show Click and the rest is history!


Some other artists who are using screen names that you may not know of are Andrea Brillantes born Anndrew Blythe Daguio Gorostiza,


Julia Montes born Mara Hautea Schnittka,




Bea Alonzo born Phylbert Angelie Ranollo Fagestrom,


Yam Concepcion born Lorraine May Concepcion,


Bela Padilla born Krista Elyse Sullivan,


and Liza Soberano born Hope Elizabeth Soberano.


They are just few of the known personalities who uses screen names. Some artists however, retained their names when they entered show business like Kathryn Bernardo and Anne Curtis.



Source: Star Cinema

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