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Izabella Krizia Dayot Marquez, more popularly known as Zia Marquez (born May 10, 1992), is a Filipina actress. She is currently a member of ABS-CBN's elite circle of homegrown talents collectively known as Star Magic.

Contents

1 Biography

1.1 Background 1.2 Career

2 Filmography 3 References 4 External links

Biography[edit] Background[edit] Izabella Krizia Dayot Marquez is the second daughter of actor Joey Marquez with former actress and producer Brenda del Rio. She is the sister of former child star Jowe Ann Marquez and half siblings are Jeremy Marquez and Winwyn Marquez. She is a niece of Miss International Melanie Marquez.[1] Career[edit] Zia had a taste of show business when she joined Ang TV
Ang TV
2 with her sister, Jowe Ann, in 2000. As a child star she has appeared in ABS-CBN shows like Maalaala Mo Kaya and Pangako Sa Yo.[1] In 2006, she was relaunched as a member of Star Magic
Star Magic
Batch 13. Now at her teens, Zia is more zealous than ever to carve a name in Philippine Showbiz. Aside from being an actress she has also thought of following in her aunt, Melanie Marquez's footsteps as a model and beauty queen. Filmography[edit]

Television

Year Title Role

2000 Ang TV
Ang TV
2 Herself

2000 Pangako Sa Yo

2006–2007 Star Magic
Star Magic
Presents: Abt Ur Luv Giselle

2007–2008 Star Magic
Star Magic
Presents: Abt Ur Luv
Abt Ur Luv
Ur Lyf 2 Giselle

2008 Star Magic
Star Magic
Presents: Star Magic
Star Magic
Presents: Astigs
Astigs
in Luvin Lyf Trish

2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Notebook classmate

2009 Kambal sa Uma Friend of Vira

References[edit]

^ a b Liabres, Aprylle (2008-05-06). "Another marquez makes her mark". City Times. Retrieved 2006-11-26. 

External links[edit]

Zia Marquez on IMDb Showbiz Blood in Star Magic
Star Magic
Batch 13

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India-related topics in Philippines articles

History

Maritime Southeast Asia History of Indian influence on Southeast Asia

Tabon Caves Garuda Gold Pendant Golden Tara Laguna Copperplate Inscription

Indianized kingdom
Indianized kingdom
in Philippines
Philippines
and Indian cultural influences in early Philippine polities

Srivijaya Majapahit Kedatuan of Madja-as Kingdom of Butuan Maynila (historical entity) Kingdom of Namayan Rajahnate of Cebu Rajah Matanda Rajah Sulayman Sultanate of Maguindanao Sultanate of Lanao Sultanate of Sulu Tondo (Historical State)

Battle of Manila (1762)

Geography

Indosphere

Greater India

Indian settlement in the Philippines

Cainta
Cainta
historic settlement of Indians

Religion

Religion
Religion
in pre-colonial Philippines
Philippines
had Indianized Hindu and Buddhist influence Buddhism in Southeast Asia

Buddhism in the Philippines

Hinduism in Southeast Asia

Aswang
Aswang
(Asura) Diwata Hinduism in the Philippines Philippine mythology Deities of Philippine mythology Philippine folk literature Nanak Darbar Indian Sikh Temple, Iloilo

Politics

India– Philippines
Philippines
relations Tourism in the Philippines

Visa requirements for Indian citizens

Tourism in India

Visa requirements for Filipino citizens Filipinos in India

Language

Indianized ancient Filipino script Indian loanwords in various Filipino languages Influence of Indian languages on Tagalog language Sanskrit language loanwords in Tagalog language Tamil language loanwords in Tagalog language Sanskrit language loanwords in Cebuano language Sampaguita Filipino national flower is named from Indian sanskrit Champaka

Economy

Maritime Southeast Asia Murrah buffalo
Murrah buffalo
from Haryana imported to Philippine

from Central Institute for Research on Buffaloes, Hisar, Haryana, India to Philippine Carabao Center
Philippine Carabao Center
in Nueva Ecija

Business process outsourcing to India Business process outsourcing in the Philippines Indian Companies

Culture

Pre-Spanish Indian traditions of Philippines

Filipino pre-colonial styles and titles National Assembly of the Philippines
Philippines
Hall has the statue of ancient Hindu saint Manu behind the president's seat Kudyapi
Kudyapi
guitar influenced by the Indian classical music Filipino martial arts
Filipino martial arts
inspired by the Indian martial arts Alim and Hudhud of Ifugao based on Indian Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharta Hudhud - the Ifugao epic based on the Indian epic Mahabharta Biag ni Lam-ang
Biag ni Lam-ang
Ilocano epic based on the Indian Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharta Ibalong epic of Bicol based on Indian epics Ramayana and Mahabharta Darangen epic of Maranao people based on Indian epics Ramayana Pangalay
Pangalay
or Daling Daling (fingernail dance of Sulu and Sabah)

Cuisine

People

People

Indian Filipino List of Filipino-Indian people Indian surnames in Philippines Ethnic groups in the Philippines

Foreign citizens residing in Philippines Indian people

Dr. Leticia Ramos-Shahani
Leticia Ramos-Shahani
- sister of former President Fidel Ramos is married to an Indian Dang Cecilio (Binibining Pilipinas 1979) Janina San Miguel
Janina San Miguel
(Binibining Pilipinas 2008) Venus Raj
Venus Raj
(Binibining Pilipinas 2010) Parul Shah (Binibining Pilipinas Tourism 2014) Ramon Bagatsing
Ramon Bagatsing
(Manila mayor) Raymond Bagatsing (actor) Cassandra Ponti (actress) Chanda Romero (actress) Dawn Zulueta (actress) Gardo Versoza (actress) Melanie Marquez (director) Pepe Diokno
Pepe Diokno
(producer) Sharmaine Arnaiz (actress) Zia Marquez (actress) Jose Diokno
Jose Diokno
(politician) Dr. Juan R. Francisco (Indologist) Dr. Josephine Acosta Pasricha (Indologi

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