Agie, known by her full name Agie Acosta, is an actress and filmmaker born in the Philippines in 1985. Agie is best known for her starring roles in feature films such as “Book of Life” and “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.”

Agie began her career as a theatre actor in her hometown of Manila, performing in plays such as “The King and I” and “The Wiz.” She quickly earned a reputation as a talented performer, and soon she was cast in feature films. Her first movie role was in the 2008 film “Book of Life,” where she starred alongside Hollywood heavyweights such as Benicio Del Toro and Salma Hayek.

Agie went on to star in several more movies, many of which were international co-productions. In 2013 she was cast in the lead role in the romantic comedy “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” which went on to become a box office hit. She also starred in the critically acclaimed “Y Tu Mama Tambien” in 2015, and was nominated for a Best Actress Award at the Asian Film Awards.

Agie is also an accomplished filmmaker. She wrote, produced, and directed the documentary “The Next Wave,” which explores the lives of young people in the Philippines. The film was awarded Best Documentary at the Manila International Film Festival.

Agie’s future plans include writing and directing her own feature films. She has announced that she will be developing a script for a romantic comedy set in the Philippines. She also hopes to continue exploring themes of identity and belonging in her future work.

Agie is a multi-talented artist who has made a name for herself in both the Philippines and the international film industry. With her dedication to her craft and her passion for storytelling, it’s certain that Agie will continue to make a mark on the world of film for years to come.

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