Ten years ago, in an episode of Wansapanataym, Liza made her Filipino television debut, playing the role of a spoiled girl named Mac who makes a deal with—and is then tricked—by a witch named Mirror Ruka.
Three years later, in 2014, she would star opposite Enrique Gil in Forevermore, launching her and their loveteam LizQuen to soaring heights. She would land her first Metro cover not long after—a dreamy, glam world where she was decked in a design by Eric delos Santos and photographed by Doc Marlon Pecjo for the magazine’s silver anniversary issue.
A bevy of projects followed: TV shows (Dolce Amore and Bagani), films (Just the Way You Are, Everyday I Love You, My Ex and Whys, and Alone/Together), endorsements (such as Bench, Kashieca, Maybelline, Jollibee, Samsung, and many others), and more magazine covers (including her favorite Metro June 2017 cover with Enrique that was shot in San Francisco).
She became Philippine entertainment’s newest darling, her star shining brighter with each passing year. (SOURCE: METRO)