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'''Beverly Vergel''' is a veteran actress, writer, director, producer, and a personal development speaker.<ref>{{Cite web | url=https://www.cosmo.ph/entertainment/bela-padilla-blog-not-fit-the-mold-a1031-20190603 | title=Bela Padilla Gives Inspiring Message to Those Who 'Don't Fit the Mold' in Her Latest Blog Post| date=2019-06-03}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web | url=http://www.canadianinquirer.net/2016/07/19/fil-canadian-produced-film-living-instead-set-canada/ | title=Fil-Canadian Produced Film, 'Living Instead' Set in Canada &#124; Philippine Canadian Inquirer}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web | url=https://www.philstar.com/pang-masa/pang-movies/2018/09/11/1850539/toni-hindi-nagpabayad-sa-pelikula-ni-alex |title = Toni hindi nagpabayad sa pelikula ni Alex &#124; Pang-Masa}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web | url=https://www.asianjournal.com/life-style/lifestyle-columnists/thread-lift-the-surgery-free-facelift/ | title=Thread lift, the 'surgery-free' facelift| date=2019-04-13}}</ref>
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'''Beverly Vergel''' is an actress and film writer, director and producer, who now lives and works in Canada after many screen appearances in the Philippines during the 1980s and 1990s.<ref>{{Cite web | url=http://www.canadianinquirer.net/2016/07/19/fil-canadian-produced-film-living-instead-set-canada/ | title=Fil-Canadian Produced Film, 'Living Instead' Set in Canada |website=Philippine Canadian Inquirer |date=July 19, 2016 |first=Michelle |last=Ramos}}</ref><ref name="Samio">{{Cite web | url=https://www.philstar.com/pang-masa/pang-movies/2018/09/11/1850539/toni-hindi-nagpabayad-sa-pelikula-ni-alex |title = Beverly Vergel mas piniling magdirek sa US |website=[[PhilStar]] Pang-Masa |date=September 11, 2018 |first=Veronica |last=Samio |language=Filipino}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web |first=Imee |last=Ong-Maghanoy |url=https://www.asianjournal.com/life-style/lifestyle-columnists/thread-lift-the-surgery-free-facelift/ | title=Thread lift, the 'surgery-free' facelift| date=April 13, 2019 |website=Asian Journal}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web | url=https://www.cosmo.ph/entertainment/bela-padilla-blog-not-fit-the-mold-a1031-20190603 | title=Bela Padilla Gives Inspiring Message to Those Who 'Don't Fit the Mold' in Her Latest Blog Post| date=2019-06-02 |first=Steph Esguerra |last=Olarte |website=[[Cosmopolitan (magazine)|Cosmopolitan]] Philippines}}</ref>
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== Biography ==
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She was born in Manila, Philippines to actors [[César Ramírez (actor)|César Ramirez]] and [[Alicia Vergel]].<ref name="Samio"/><ref name="Abante"/> She is younger sister to actor [[Ace Vergel]].<ref name="Samio"/><ref name="Abante">{{Cite web | url=https://www.abante.com.ph/richard-angel-enchong-monsour-mga-atleta-na-sumikat-bilang-mga-artista.htm |title = Richard, Angel, Enchong, Monsour: Mga atleta na sumikat bilang mga artista |website=[[Abante]] News Online |first=Ruel |last=Mendoza |date=November 23, 2019 |language=Filipino}}</ref>
  
She was born in Manila, Philippines to actors [[César Ramírez (actor)|César Ramirez]] and [[Alicia Vergel]]. She is younger sister to actor [[Ace Vergel]].<ref>{{Cite web | url=https://www.abante.com.ph/richard-angel-enchong-monsour-mga-atleta-na-sumikat-bilang-mga-artista.htm |title = Richard, Angel, Enchong, Monsour: Mga atleta na sumikat bilang mga artista &#124; Abante News Online|date = 2019-11-23}}</ref>
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In 1988, she starred opposite [[Dolphy]] in ''[[Bakit kinagat ni Adan ang Mansanas ni Eba]]''.<ref name="Alip"/> From 1993-1997, she played the role of Almira del Valle, the biological mother of the protagonist Mara, in the television series ''[[Mara Clara]]''.<ref name="PEP">{{Cite web | url=https://www.pep.ph/guide/tv/145352/where-are-they-now-mara-clara-1992-cast-a724-20190817-lfrm | title=WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Mara Clara 1992 cast |first=James Patrick |last=Anarcon |date=August 17, 2019 |website=[[Philippine Entertainment Portal|PEP]]}}</ref> She later worked at TV channel [[GMA-7]] as a scriptwriter and director,<ref name="PEP"/> and at [[ABS-CBN (TV network)|ABS-CBN]] as an executive producer and managing director.<ref name="PEP"/> She directed her first film, ''Living Instead'', in 2016, and won awards at independent film festivals in Canada, Spain and the US.<ref name="Barcelona"/><ref name="Alip2"/><ref name="Gonzales"/><ref name="Los Angeles"/>
 
 
She played the role of Almira del Valle, the biological mother of the protagonist Mara, in the television series [[Mara Clara]].<ref>{{Cite web | url=https://www.pep.ph/guide/tv/145352/where-are-they-now-mara-clara-1992-cast-a724-20190817-lfrm | title=WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Mara Clara 1992 cast}}</ref>
 
  
 
==Filmography==
 
==Filmography==
*What About Us (Director) (2019)
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*''W'at Abowt Us'' (Director) (2019)<ref name="Pasieka">{{cite news |last1=Pasieka |first1=Andrew Terry |title=W'at Abowt Us: The director & cinematographer |url=https://issuu.com/shelleyj/docs/smj_winter-spring_2019_v8 |accessdate=7 December 2019 |work=SMJ Magazine |issue=23, Special Edition |date=Winter-Spring 2019 |page=24}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |last1=Alip |first1=Nap C. |title=A VITAL YET UNKNOWN SIDE OF MOVIE INDUSTRY |url=http://www.balita.ca/a-vital-yet-unknown-side-of-movie-industry/ |accessdate=7 December 2019 |work=Balita |date=November 5, 2018}}</ref>
*Living Instead (Writer/Director) (2016)
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*''Living Instead'' (Writer/Director) (2016) <ref name="Barcelona"/><ref name="Alip2"/><ref name="Gonzales"/>
*[[Mara Clara]]: The Movie (1996)
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*''[[Mara Clara]]: The Movie'' (1996)<ref name="Velasco">{{cite book |last1=Velasco |first1=Johven |title=Huwaran/hulmahan Atbp: The Film Writings of Johven Velasco |date=2009 |publisher=UP Press |isbn=9789715426091 |url=https://books.google.com.au/books?id=NJ6OfF1OfNUC&pg=PA212&dq=%22Beverly+Vergel%22&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiol631_KPmAhVMWH0KHQc1DtsQ6AEIKTAA#v=onepage&q=%22Beverly%20Vergel%22&f=false |accessdate=7 December 2019}}</ref>
*Melencio Magat: Dugo Laban Dugo (1996)
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*''Melencio Magat: Dugo Laban Dugo'' (1996)
*Moises Arcanghel: Sa Guhit ng Bala (1996)
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*''Moises Arcanghel: Sa Guhit ng Bala'' (1996)
*Lover's Delight (1990)
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*''Lover's Delight'' (1990)
*Bala at Rosaryo (1990)
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*''Bala at Rosaryo'' (1990)
*Kolehiyala (1990)
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*''Kolehiyala'' (1990)
*Sgt. Patalinghug: CIS Special Operations Group (1990)
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*''Sgt. Patalinghug: CIS Special Operations Group'' (1990)
*Baril Ko ang Uusig (1990)
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*''Baril Ko ang Uusig'' (1990)
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*''Handa na ang Hukay Mo, Calida'' (1989)
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*''Jacky Tyan'' (1988)
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*''Smith & Wesson'' (1988)
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*''Ambush'' (1988)
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*''Alega Gang: Public Enemy No. 1 of Cebu'' (1988)
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*''Ang Anino Ni Asedillo'' (1988)
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*''[[Bakit kinagat ni Adan ang Mansanas ni Eba]]'' (1988)<ref name="Alip">{{cite news |last1=Alip |first1=Nap C. |title=A THROWBACK ON ESCOLTA BOYS OF SHOWBIZ |url=http://www.balita.ca/a-throwback-on-escolta-boys-of-showbiz/ |accessdate=7 December 2019 |work=Balita |date=February 19, 2019 |location=Toronto, Ontario, Canada}}</ref>
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*''Gobernador'' (1988)
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*''Kahit Ako'y Tupang Itim, May Langit Rin'' (1988)
  
*Handa na ang Hukay Mo, Calida (1989)
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==Awards==
*Jacky Tyan (1988)
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* 2016 - Barcelona Planet Film Festival: Best Woman Filmmaker for ''Living Instead'' <ref name="Barcelona">{{cite web |title=Winners Barcelona Planet Film Festival |url=https://www.barcelonaplanetfilmfestival.com/august-2016.html |website=Barcelona Planet Film Festival |accessdate=7 December 2019}}</ref>
*Smith & Wesson (1988)
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* 2016 - Canadian Diversity Film Festival: Best director for ''Living Instead'' <ref name="Alip2">{{cite news |last1=Alip |first1=Nap C. |title=LIZA,BARBIE YOUNGEST INDUCTEES AT THE WALK OF FAME |url=http://www.balita.ca/lizabarbie-youngest-inductees-at-the-walk-of-fame/ |accessdate=7 December 2019 |work=Balita |date=December 22, 2016 |location=Toronto, Ontario, Canada}}</ref><ref name="Gonzales">{{cite news |last1=Gonzales |first1=Vir |title=Vilma hindi tumataba dahil sa zumba |url=https://www.philstar.com/pang-masa/pang-movies/2016/11/05/1639678/vilma-hindi-tumataba-dahil-sa-zumba |accessdate=7 December 2019 |work=PhilStar: Pang-masa |date=November 5, 2016 |language=Filipino}}</ref>
*Ambush (1988)
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* 2016 - Los Angeles Film Awards: Honorable Mention: First Time Director for ''Living Instead'' <ref name="Los Angeles">{{cite web |title=WINNERS November 2016 |url=https://www.lafilmawards.net/november16 |website=Los Angeles Film Awards |accessdate=7 December 2019}}</ref>
*Alega Gang: Public Enemy No. 1 of Cebu (1988)
 
*Ang Anino Ni Asedillo(1988)
 
*[[Bakit kinagat ni Adan ang Mansanas ni Eba]] (1988)
 
*Gobernador (1988)
 
*Kahit Ako'y Tupang Itim, May Langit Rin (1988)
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Beverly Vergel
Born Manila, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Occupation Actress
Years active 1988–1996

Beverly Vergel is an actress and film writer, director and producer, who now lives and works in Canada after many screen appearances in the Philippines during the 1980s and 1990s.[1][2][3][4]

Biography

She was born in Manila, Philippines to actors César Ramirez and Alicia Vergel.[2][5] She is younger sister to actor Ace Vergel.[2][5]

In 1988, she starred opposite Dolphy in Bakit kinagat ni Adan ang Mansanas ni Eba.[6] From 1993-1997, she played the role of Almira del Valle, the biological mother of the protagonist Mara, in the television series Mara Clara.[7] She later worked at TV channel GMA-7 as a scriptwriter and director,[7] and at ABS-CBN as an executive producer and managing director.[7] She directed her first film, Living Instead, in 2016, and won awards at independent film festivals in Canada, Spain and the US.[8][9][10][11]

Filmography

  • W'at Abowt Us (Director) (2019)[12][13]
  • Living Instead (Writer/Director) (2016) [8][9][10]
  • Mara Clara: The Movie (1996)[14]
  • Melencio Magat: Dugo Laban Dugo (1996)
  • Moises Arcanghel: Sa Guhit ng Bala (1996)
  • Lover's Delight (1990)
  • Bala at Rosaryo (1990)
  • Kolehiyala (1990)
  • Sgt. Patalinghug: CIS Special Operations Group (1990)
  • Baril Ko ang Uusig (1990)
  • Handa na ang Hukay Mo, Calida (1989)
  • Jacky Tyan (1988)
  • Smith & Wesson (1988)
  • Ambush (1988)
  • Alega Gang: Public Enemy No. 1 of Cebu (1988)
  • Ang Anino Ni Asedillo (1988)
  • Bakit kinagat ni Adan ang Mansanas ni Eba (1988)[6]
  • Gobernador (1988)
  • Kahit Ako'y Tupang Itim, May Langit Rin (1988)

Awards

  • 2016 - Barcelona Planet Film Festival: Best Woman Filmmaker for Living Instead [8]
  • 2016 - Canadian Diversity Film Festival: Best director for Living Instead [9][10]
  • 2016 - Los Angeles Film Awards: Honorable Mention: First Time Director for Living Instead [11]

References

  1. Ramos, Michelle (July 19, 2016). "Fil-Canadian Produced Film, 'Living Instead' Set in Canada". http://www.canadianinquirer.net/2016/07/19/fil-canadian-produced-film-living-instead-set-canada/. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Samio, Veronica (September 11, 2018). "Beverly Vergel mas piniling magdirek sa US" (in Filipino). https://www.philstar.com/pang-masa/pang-movies/2018/09/11/1850539/toni-hindi-nagpabayad-sa-pelikula-ni-alex. 
  3. Ong-Maghanoy, Imee (April 13, 2019). "Thread lift, the 'surgery-free' facelift". https://www.asianjournal.com/life-style/lifestyle-columnists/thread-lift-the-surgery-free-facelift/. 
  4. Olarte, Steph Esguerra (2019-06-02). "Bela Padilla Gives Inspiring Message to Those Who 'Don't Fit the Mold' in Her Latest Blog Post". https://www.cosmo.ph/entertainment/bela-padilla-blog-not-fit-the-mold-a1031-20190603. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 Mendoza, Ruel (November 23, 2019). "Richard, Angel, Enchong, Monsour: Mga atleta na sumikat bilang mga artista" (in Filipino). https://www.abante.com.ph/richard-angel-enchong-monsour-mga-atleta-na-sumikat-bilang-mga-artista.htm. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 Alip, Nap C. (February 19, 2019). "A THROWBACK ON ESCOLTA BOYS OF SHOWBIZ". Balita (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). http://www.balita.ca/a-throwback-on-escolta-boys-of-showbiz/. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Anarcon, James Patrick (August 17, 2019). "WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Mara Clara 1992 cast". https://www.pep.ph/guide/tv/145352/where-are-they-now-mara-clara-1992-cast-a724-20190817-lfrm. 
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 "Winners Barcelona Planet Film Festival". https://www.barcelonaplanetfilmfestival.com/august-2016.html. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Alip, Nap C. (December 22, 2016). "LIZA,BARBIE YOUNGEST INDUCTEES AT THE WALK OF FAME". Balita (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). http://www.balita.ca/lizabarbie-youngest-inductees-at-the-walk-of-fame/. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Gonzales, Vir (November 5, 2016). "Vilma hindi tumataba dahil sa zumba" (in Filipino). PhilStar: Pang-masa. https://www.philstar.com/pang-masa/pang-movies/2016/11/05/1639678/vilma-hindi-tumataba-dahil-sa-zumba. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 
  11. 11.0 11.1 "WINNERS November 2016". https://www.lafilmawards.net/november16. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 
  12. Pasieka, Andrew Terry (Winter-Spring 2019). "W'at Abowt Us: The director & cinematographer". SMJ Magazine (23, Special Edition): p. 24. https://issuu.com/shelleyj/docs/smj_winter-spring_2019_v8. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 
  13. Alip, Nap C. (November 5, 2018). "A VITAL YET UNKNOWN SIDE OF MOVIE INDUSTRY". Balita. http://www.balita.ca/a-vital-yet-unknown-side-of-movie-industry/. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 
  14. Velasco, Johven (2009). Huwaran/hulmahan Atbp: The Film Writings of Johven Velasco. UP Press. ISBN 9789715426091. https://books.google.com.au/books?id=NJ6OfF1OfNUC&pg=PA212&dq=%22Beverly+Vergel%22&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiol631_KPmAhVMWH0KHQc1DtsQ6AEIKTAA#v=onepage&q=%22Beverly%20Vergel%22&f=false. Retrieved 7 December 2019. 

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