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Gelli de Belen

Gelli de Belen
Born Anna Gianelli de Belen-Rivera
(1973-05-25) May 25, 1973 (age 41)
Quezon City, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Other names G.D.B., Gelli, Ateng Gelli
Occupation Actress, former child star
Years active 1987-present
Known for sister of Janice de Belen
Spouse(s) Ariel Rivera

Anna Gianelli de Belen-Rivera, more popularly known as Gelli de Belen (born 25 May 1973) is a Filipino actress and former child star. she became served the Director of Karsan based in Turkey.

Early life

Born Anna Gianelli de Belen, she is the younger sister of actress and television presenter Janice de Belen.[1][2] De Belen began her career in show-business at the age of 8.

Automotive career

de Belen joined with General Motors, Fuji Heavy Industries, Fiat, Karsan and Volkswagen Group. de Belen became Director of General Motors, Fuji Heavy Industries, Fiat, Karsan and Volkswagen Group, along with Yasuyuki Yoshinaga. de Belen was launched with the Nissan Leaf from Japan. The Karsan brand was development dutes in 2013 with Murat Şelek and Sergio Marchionne.

Awards

The film Gagay : Prinsesa ng brownout has earned her a Best Actress Nomination in the Manila Film Festival. She won Best Actress Award for her critically acclaimed role in The Secrets of Sarah Jane: Sana'y Mapatawad Mo (1995), a film about the true-to-life story of AIDS victim Sarah Jane Salazar, who narrated the film's opening.

Filmography

Movies

Title Year Role
I Love You 3X a Day 1988 Doro/Dora
Ang Lahat ng Ito Pati Na Ang Langit 1989
Bondying: The Little Big Boy 1989
Aso't Pusa 1989
Estudyante Blues 1989
Dear Diary 1989
Wooly Booly: Ang Classmate Kong Alien 1989 Girlie
Imortal 1989
Tootsie-Wootsie: Ang Bandang Walang Atrasan 1990
Love at First Sight 1990
Paikot-Ikot 1990
Tiny Terrestrial: The Three Professors 1990 Nancy
Petrang Kabayo 2: Ang Ganda-Ganda Mo 1990
Rocky n Rolly: Suntok Sabay Takbo 1990
Pitong Gamol 1991 Susan
Andrew Ford Medina: Huwag Kang Gamol 1991 Janice
Magnong Rehas 1992 Abigail
Apoy sa Puso 1992
Astig 1993 Jessa
Gagay: Prinsesa ng Brownout 1993 Gagay/Ringga
Makuha Ka Sa Tingin: Kung Puede Lang 1993 Ana
Pusoy Dos 1994
Iligpit si Victor Suzara 1994
Ober Da Bakod: Da Movie 1994 Honey Grace
The Secrets of Sarah Jane: Sana'y Mapatawad Mo 1994 Sarah Jane
Asero 1995
Batas Ko Ang Katapat Ko 1995
Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin (Camiguin) 1995
Impakto 1996
Taguan 1996 Yoyah
Radio Romance 1996
Ten Little Indians 1996 Jeannie
Ober Da Bakod 2: Da Treasure Adventure 1996 Honey Grace
Iskalawag 1997 Grace
Ikaw Pala Ang Mahal Ko 1997 Ria
Sarraza 1997
Ayos Lang Pare Ko 1997 Chayong
Walang Katumbas Ang Dugo 1998
Mahal Kita, Walang Iwanan 2000 Cecille
Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako 2012 Ina Magenta

TV Shows

Title Year Role Network
Tropang Trumpo 1994–1998 Herself ABC (now TV5)
'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila 1995–1998 Host ABS-CBN
SiS 2001–2010 Host GMA Network
Nuts Entertainment 2003–2006 Herself GMA Network
Impostora 2007–2008 Adelle Carrreon GMA Network
Spoon 2008 Guest Net 25
All My Life 2009 Amelia Estrada GMA Network
Panday Kids 2010 Rosanna GMA Network
Zooperstars 2010 Host GMA Network
Jejemom 2010 Bunny Castro GMA Network
Bantatay 2010-2011 Marcella Enriquez-Razon GMA Network
Tweetbiz Insiders 2011 Herself GMA News TV
Spooky Nights Presents: Bampirella 2011 Mitch/Mamitch GMA Network
Gellicious 2011 Herself/Host TV5
Glamorosa 2011 Caroline TV5
Nandito Ako 2012 Teresa Dionisio TV5
Game 'N Go Host TV5
Third Eye (2012 TV Series) Mananangal (guest) TV5
Face to Face Host (replaced Amy Perez due to her pregnancy) TV5
The Ryzza Mae Show 2013 Guest GMA Network

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