Visayan people

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  1. Kim Chiu

    Kim Chiu


    Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu (born April 19, 1990), commonly known as Kim Chiu, is a Chinese Filipino actress in the Philippines.

  2. Ehra Madrigal

    Ehra Madrigal


    Geralyn Madrigal Gaspar, who is better known by her screen name Ehra Madrigal (born June 25, 1985 in Quezon City, Philippines) is a Filipina actress. Her younger sister, Michelle Madrigal is also an actress.

  3. Michelle Madrigal

    Michelle Madrigal


    Michelle Madrigal Gaspar, who is better known as Michelle Madrigal (born November 4, 1987 in Quezon City, Philippines) is a Filipina actress. Known as she was a finalist of ABS-CBN reality talent search, Star Circle Quest. Her elder sister, Ehra Madrigal is also an actress.

  4. Imelda Marcos

    Imelda Marcos


    Imelda Marcos (born July 2, 1929) is the widow of former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos best known for her collection of some three thousand pairs of shoes. She served as First Lady from 1965 to 1986.

  5. Ciara Sotto

    Ciara Sotto


    Ciara Anna Gamboa Sotto-Oconer (born July 2, 1980) is a Filipina actress and singer.

  6. Monique Lhuillier

    Monique Lhuillier


    Monique Lhuillier (born September 15, 1971, Cebu City, Philippines) is a fashion designer most prominently known for bridal wear. She owns a couture fashion house based in Los Angeles, California, as well as another store on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

  7. Loren Legarda

    Loren Legarda


    Loren Legarda (Baybayin: ᜎᜓᜍᜒᜈ᜔ ᜎᜒᜄᜍ᜔ᜇ born January 28, 1960) is a Filipino environmentalist and politician, notable as the only female to top two senatorial elections -- 1998 and 2007). During the 2004 Philippine general election, she ran for the position of Vice-President as an Independent with Fernando Poe, Jr. as running mate and again during the 2010 Philippine presidential election, for the same position as a member of the Nationalist People's Coalition (NPC) with Manny Villar. US embassy cables leaked by Wikileaks include her as one of the five most influential women in the Philippines.

  8. Pilita Corrales

    Pilita Corrales


  9. Lapu-Lapu



    Lapu-Lapu (1491–1542) was the Muslim datu of Mactan, an island in the Visayas, Philippines, who is known as the first native of the archipelago to have resisted the Spanish colonization. He is now regarded as the first Filipino hero.

  10. Sergio Osmeña

    Sergio Osmeña


    Sergio Osmeña, PLH, better known as Sergio Osmeña, Sr. (9 September 1878 – 19 October 1961) was a Filipino politician who served as the fourth President of the Philippines from 1944 to 1946. He was Vice President under Manuel L. Quezon, and succeeded as President upon Quezon's sudden death in 1944, becoming the oldest officeholder at age 65. A founder of Nacionalista Party, he was also the first Visayan to become President of the Philippines.

  11. Juan Miguel Zubiri

    Juan Miguel Zubiri


    Juan Miguel "Migz" Fernandez Zubiri (born April 13, 1968) is a Filipino politician who served as a representative representing the third district of Bukidnon for three consecutive terms, and was the Senate of the Philippines Majority Leader, replacing Senator Francis Pangilinan on November 17, 2008.

  12. Paulino Alcántara

    Paulino Alcántara


    Paulino Alcántara Riestrá (7 October 1896 – 13 February 1964) was a Filipino–Spanish footballer and manager. He spent most of his playing career at Barcelona and was the first Filipino and Asian player to play for a European club. He also played for Catalonia, the Philippines and Spain. Alcántara made his debut for Barcelona at the age of 15 and remains the youngest player to play or score for the club. He also scored 100 goals in 69 matches, making him the club's highest goalscorer (counting goals scored in both official games and friendlies). After retiring as a player in 1927 at the age of 31, he became a doctor. On 3 July 1927, Barcelona played against Spain in a testimonial match in his honour (Spain won 2–1) and he later served as a club director between 1931 and 1934. In 1951, Alcántara became a coach and managed Spain for three games.

  13. Sergio Osmeña III

    Sergio Osmeña III


    Sergio de la Rama Osmeña III, (born December 13, 1943) also known as Serge Osmeña, is a Senator of the Republic of the Philippines.

  14. Jamby Madrigal

    Jamby Madrigal


    Maria Ana Consuelo Madrigal Valade (born Maria Ana Consuelo Abad Santos Madrigal April 26, 1958), better known as Jamby Madrigal, is a Filipino politician and businesswoman. She was elected as a Senator in the aftermath of the 2004 elections. After only one term in the upper house, she made a quick run for the presidency in the 2010 elections but lost.

  15. Anna Fegi

    Anna Fegi


    Anna Fegi (born April 18, 1977) is a Filipina singer and actress from Cebu, Philippines. She has performed internationally in over fifty countries and is well known for her work on the popular show ASAP on the ABS-CBN television network and The Filipino Channel (TFC), her performances in the Himig Handog competitions, as well as her two solo albums released under the Sony BMG label. Fegi is recognized by her powerful voice, high vocal range, and trademark curly hair.

  16. Remedios T. Romualdez

    Remedios T. Romualdez


    Imelda Marcos (born July 2, 1929) is the widow of former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos best known for her collection of some three thousand pairs of shoes. She served as First Lady from 1965 to 1986.

  17. Maria Cabase

    Maria Cabase


    Maria Amapola Cabase, better known by her stage name Amapola, is a Filipino singer, actress, musician, television and radio host. She is widely known in the Philippines as the original artist for the song, "Kapantay Ay Langit", which was later popularized by singer Pilita Corrales. Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos dubbed Cabase as a "Music Ambassador" for the country in 1973 in celebration of Amapola's first concert in New York, November 3, 1973, at New York's Town Hall. In 1984, she released her international debut album produced in collaboration with jazz pianist Bobby Enriquez, who led the Cal Tjader Trio for Amapola's debut jazz album, Sophisticated Lady.

  18. Susan Fuentes

    Susan Fuentes


    Susan Fuentes (1 November 1954 – 7 September 2013) was a Filipino singer known as the "Queen of Visayan Songs". She recorded and popularized Visayan classics such as Matud Nila (They Say), Gimingaw Ako (I Feel Lonesome), Usahay (Sometimes), Rosas Pandan and Miss Kita Kung Christmas.

  19. Ramon Bagatsing

    Ramon Bagatsing


    Ramón Delaraga Bagatsing (August 19, 1916 – February 14, 2006) was the longest-serving Mayor of Manila. He is the only Indian Filipino and person with disability (as an amputee) to serve as Mayor of the City of Manila from 1971 to 1986. Bagatsing also holds the unique distinction of being the only person to survive both the Bataan Death March and the military hero for the Liberation of Manila during the Second World War and the Plaza Miranda bombing in 1971.

  20. Manuel Kabajar Cabase

    Manuel Kabajar Cabase


    Manuel Kabajar Cabase aka as Mahnee Cabase or Manny Cabase (born January 1, 1921 in San Nicolas, Cebu City) is a Filipino composer, instrumentalist, and musical director for Visayan movies. Cabase was a singer, songwriter, musical director, computer musician, instrumentalist of at least 28 musical instruments, arranger, conductor, bandleader and musical director. He is also known to his fans as Manny Cabase in the Philippines and/or Mahnee Cabase in the USA. Cabase is the father of the nationally-known singer, author, actress, Amapola. Cabase's music is now included in the new Jose R. Gullas Halad Museum in Cebu City. The Halad Museum opened its doors and honoring Cabase and other awardees February 02, 2010

  21. Vicente Sotto

    Vicente Sotto


    Vicente Sotto y Yap (April 18, 1877 – May 28, 1950) was a Filipino politician and former Senator of the Philippines. Sotto was the main author of the Press Freedom Law (now known as the Sotto Law, Republic Act No. 53)

  22. Rolando Ramos Dizon

    Rolando Ramos Dizon


    Rolando Ramos Dizon (October 31, 1944 – April 25, 2012) is a Filipino De La Salle Brother who was the President of De La Salle University-Manila and the De La Salle University System from 1998–2003, Chairman of the Commission on Higher Education from March 2003 to September 2004, Director-at-Large of the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines from 1998 to 2003, and Acting Brother Visitor of the De La Salle Brothers in the Philippines from 1976 to 1977 as well as a member of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's Consultative Commission on Charter Change from September to October 2005.

  23. Amapola Cabase

    Amapola Cabase


  24. José Ozámiz

    José Ozámiz


    José Ozámiz y Fortich (May 5, 1898 - 1944) was a Filipino politician from Mindanao. His parents were Jenaro Ozámiz from Navarre, Spain and Basilisa Fortich, a Filipino mestizo of Spanish and Cebuano ancestry. Jenaro left Spain at age sixteen and came to Moran, then ended up at the Municipality of Jimenez and engaged in the business of abacá and copra trading which made him very rich, acquiring through the years 3.55 km² in tile province and 10 km² ranch in Bukidnon. José spoke his first languages Spanish and Cebuano and Tagalog and English when Philippines came under American rule.

  25. Criselda Alison Embrado

    Criselda Alison Embrado


    Criselda Alison Embrado (born 8 February 1899 in Carcar, Cebu / died 20 June 2000 in Kidapawan City, North Cotabato, Philippines), also known as Sedang, was the fifth child and the only daughter of Don Ricardo Del Rosario Embrado of Bohol and of Dona Dolores Alison of Carcar, Cebu. She was the first wife of Don Fernando Vilo of Cebu, the second of Demetrio Mendoza Sauza and the third and last wife of Ignacio Gregorio of Zamboanga. She was the Grand Matriarch of the Embrado - Vilo - Sauza - Dela Cruz clan of Kidapawan City, North Cotabato.

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