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Julie Vega

Biography

Well-known child actress known for films like Mga Mata ni Angelita. She passed away tragically of bronchopneumonia at age group 16. She was uncovered while executing at a Xmas party on the Quezon Institute in 1975. She earned FAMAS Honours for Best Kid Actress double, for 1978’s Mga Mata ni Angelita as well as for 1979’s Durugin si Totoy Bato. She was the youngest of six kids and only young lady delivered to her parents. She and celebrity Vilma Santos are both winners of FAMAS’ Greatest Child Celebrity award.

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Full Name Julie Vega
Date Of Birth May 21, 1968
Died May 6, 1985, Quezon City, Philippines
Place Of Birth Quezon City, Philippines
Height 1.54 m
Profession Movie Actress
Education Saint Joseph's College of Quezon City
Nationality Philippine
Parents Julio Postigo, Perla Apostol
Siblings Jeffrey Postigo, Jonathan Postigo, James Postigo, Joseph Postigo, Jerry Postigo
Movies Mga Mata ni Angelita, Lovingly Yours, Helen (The Movie), Flor de Liza, Isang Bala Ka Lang!, Durugin si Totoy Bato, Roman Rapido, To Mama with Love, Daddy's Little Darlings, Anak ng atsay, Kape't gatas, Angelita... Ako ang iyong ina, Roberta, Iiyak ka rin, Dear Mama, Where Love Has Gone, Mga basang sisiw, Pompa, Mother Dear, Don't Cry for Me, Papa, Milagro sa Porta Vaga
TV Shows Lovingly Yours, Helen, Anna Liza
Star Sign Gemini

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1Youngest and only daughter of dentists Julio Postigo (1931-1991) from Zamboanga del Sur and the former Perla "Pearl" Apostol from Iligan City, Lanao del Norte. Her older brothers are (according to order of birth) James (nicknamed Jimmy), Jeffrey (nicknamed Joey, 1960-1983), Jonathan (nicknamed Noni), Joseph (nicknamed Toti), and Jerry (nicknamed Steve).
2Named after her parents - Julie from father Julio and Pearl from mom Perla.
3Family are devout Roman Catholic believers.
4She was nicknamed Darling because she was the only girl in the family.
5Of Irish-Filipino ancestry. Father is half Irish.
6Discovered by renowned film and stage director Lamberto V. Avellana and veteran actress Boots Anson-Roa during a Christmas party of the Quezon Institute where her mother used to work then.
7Her first screen name was Darling Postigo when she appeared in her first film Ang pag-ibig ko'y huwag mong sukatin (1975) where she plays as daughter of her discoverer, Boots Anson-Roa.
8When she was launched, her screen name was changed to Julie Vega upon the recommendation of Dr. Larry Santiago. Contrary to popular belief that the movie was intentionally made for her, the then child actress actually took the audition and only placed third place among over 200 applicants for the role. But Santiago wanted her to star in the movie.


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lovingly Yours, Helen (The Movie)1984Idda (segment "Akin Ang Walang Diyos")
Daddy's Little Darlings1984Chiqui
Dear Mama1984Joy
Where Love Has Gone1984Liza Grande
Roman Rapido1983Carmen
Don't Cry for Me, Papa1983Gigi
Iiyak ka rin1983April
To Mama with Love1983Mylene
Isang bala ka lang!1983Angela Rodriguez
Lovingly Yours, Helen1983TV Series
Mother Dear1982Lagring
Milagro sa Porta Vaga1982
Flor de Liza1981Anna Liza
Mga basang sisiw1981
Kape't gatas1980Wewet
Pompa1980Pompa
Anna Liza1980TV SeriesAnna Liza
Anak ng atsay1979Lisa
Durugin si Totoy Bato1979Lucia
Angelita... Ako ang iyong ina1979Angelita
Roberta1979Roberta
Mga mata ni Angelita1978Angelita
Mortal1976Mylene (as Darling Postigo)
Ang pag-ibig ko'y huwag mong sukatin1975as Darling Postigo

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1980FAMAS AwardFAMAS AwardsBest Child ActressDurugin si Totoy Bato (1979)
1980Festival PrizeMetro Manila Film FestivalBest Child PerformerKape't gatas (1980)
1979FAMAS AwardFAMAS AwardsBest Child ActressMga mata ni Angelita (1978)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1984FAMAS AwardFAMAS AwardsBest Supporting ActressIsang bala ka lang! (1983)
1982FAMAS AwardFAMAS AwardsBest Child ActressMga basang sisiw (1981)


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