Julie Vega or Julie Pearl Postigo was known to us by many different names. She was called Darling, in showbiz, for a few years, and then she was also Angelita, and of course, how can we forget, she was also Anna Liza.
Anna Liza was one of the longest-running soap operas in our nation. I remember watching this every after orasyon (6:00 P.M. prayer). Nagkamalay ako may Anna Liza na...
A soap opera is an ongoing, episodic work of fiction presented in serial format on television, radio and in novels, featuring the lives of many characters and focusing on emotional relationships to the point of melodrama. The term soap operaoriginated from radio dramas being sponsored by soap manufacturers. (Wikipedia, 2018)
(Anna Liza was already on air when I had my earliest recollection) and as a young kid, it was a part of our family, barangay, and national culture.
It was pretty common to see people or families, who did not own a TV set, watching with their neighbors. They devoted one whole hour to their TV darling - Julie Vega. From 1979 through the early part of 1985, people were used to having her on the boob tube each night. She was their little angel, their older or younger sister, their daughter or their friend. These were the very reasons why the nation was in shock when Julie Vega passed away suddenly on May 6, 1985.
Memory Will Remain: The Untold Story of Julie Vega
The story of the Philippine Soap Opera Princess as told by her family, friends, colleagues, reporters, and fans.
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E.S. Villamor has made a career in writing for a decade now. Her online business - GIML (Gabriela Isabel & Miguel Lucas) Publishing started in 2014. She advocated for women's rights and was once enamored with imparting financial literacy through training and blogs but she is now focused on propagating all things Filipino. This site is also being groomed as a rich homeschooling resource.