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Kim Chiu Biography

Kim Chiu is well loved as a young actress in the Philippine showbiz industry after she won the hearts of the masses when she first appeared as a contestant in the first Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition. Known as Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu, she was the first winner of the popular reality show, giving her the biggest opportunity to start a career as an actress. She is one of the Star Magic artists under ABS CBN. Kim is an actress and a singer who launched her own album entitled Gwa Ai Di. Kim was born from a Chinese father and was raised in Cebu City.

It was in 2006 when Kim joined the Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition. She won the reality show with 626,562 votes. She also made a record in the said show for being the only housemate who was never nominated for eviction from the bahay ni Kuya (house of big brother).Her winnings include a contract with ABS CBN and she was partnered with her fellow housemate Gerald Anderson. The first movie they partnered together was First Day High and they both made other films together like the Aalog-alog and Love Spell. Anderson and Chiu were love teams and they appeared on their first television series Sana Maulit Muli. Chiu won several awards from her TV series Tayong Dalawa in 2009.

The budding real life romance between Kim and Gerard ended when they made the primetime drama on television entitled Kung Tayo’y Magkakalayo in 2010. Even when they are no longer real life sweethearts, the love team continues and they made other tv series together including the My Binondo Girl which themed as a romantic comedy. Kim tried doing suspense movies like The Healingwhich also starred the Star of All Season in the Philippines, Ms. Vilma Santos. Kim also venture into commercial modeling and has endorsed many companies including Bench which is a popular local clothing line.

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