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Actress Jaclyn Jose Passes Away at 59

Celebrated for her captivating performances, veteran Filipina actress Jaclyn Jose passed away today at the age of 59. The cause of death has not been publicly disclosed.


Born Mary Jane Santa Ana Guck in 1964, Jose built a remarkable career marked by exceptional talent and numerous accolades. Her journey began in 1984 with film roles in dramas like "Chicas" and "Private Show." Early recognition came with nominations at prestigious award ceremonies like the FAMAS Awards.


Over the years, Jose solidified her position as a leading Philippine actress, starring in iconic films like "White Slavery" by the legendary Lino Brocka. Her contributions were consistently acknowledged through awards like the Gawad Urian and Luna Awards.


Beyond cinema, Jose left a mark on television with appearances in popular series like "Mula Sa Puso" and "Nagsimula sa Puso."


In 2016, Jose etched her name in history by becoming the first Filipina to win the Cannes Film Festival Best Actress Award for her powerful portrayal in "Ma' Rosa." Her dedication to her craft was further recognized with the Movie Icon Award from The Eddys in 2023.


Jaclyn Jose leaves behind a legacy of excellence and a grieving family, including her children Andi Eigenmann and Gwen Garimond Ilagan Guck.

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