Rita iringan

Rita De Guzman
Born Rita Daniela De Guzman Iringan
(1995-09-15) September 15, 1995 (age 18)
Quezon City, Philippines
Other names Rita Iringan, Rita de Guzman
Occupation Actress, model, singer, host
Years active 2007–present

Rita Daniela De Guzman Iringan (born September 15, 1995 in Quezon City, Philippines) is a Filipina singer, actress and television host. A granddaughter of the late Filipino actor Teroy de Guzman, her career was launched after being the first grand champion of QTV’s PopStar Kids.[1] Since winning the said contest, she has made numerous appearances on different shows on both GMA and QTV. In addition, she was one of the members of the singing group Sugarpop, a children's group composed of the five finalists of the first season of PopStar Kids, which appeared regularly on GMA's concert television show SOP Rules.[2][3]



Year Title Role Station
2013 Villa Quintana Patrice GMA Network
Sunday All Stars Herself/Performer
Magpakailanman: Isang Linggong Pag-ibig Young Arlene Tolibas
Mundo Mo'y Akin Alison Alcantara
Maynila: Winner sa Puso Lisa
2012 Magpakailanman:The Zendee Rose Story Cham
Paroa: Ang Kuwento ni Mariposa Lizzy
One True Love Mavic
Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis Wendy
2011 Pahiram ng Isang Ina Nenet
2010 The Last Prince Gigi
2008 Kaputol Ng Isang Awit Young Sarah
Planet Q Host QTV
2007 Asian Treasures Charlene GMA Network
SOP Herself
Ganda Ng Lola Ko Rita QTV
2005 Popstar Kids Herself


Year Title Role Producer
2012 The Strangers Celia Quantum Films
MJM Productions
2010 Dagim Lila Cinema One Originals
2009 Astig: Mga Batang Kalye Coleen Cinemalaya Foundation
2008 Last Supper No. 3 Ella Beinte Singko Mil Productions
Cinemalaya Foundation
2007 Bahay Kubo Violet Regal Entertainment


Year Title Song
2013 My Lady Boss I'll Never Go
The Greatest Love Dugong-dugong
2010 First Time Pers Lab
2007 Princess Charming Princess Charming


External links

  • Rita Iringan Website
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Sugarpop Fansite

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