Isabelle Diaz Daza (born March 6, 1988) is a Filipina actress, television host and model. She is the daughter of Miss Universe 1969 titleholder, Gloria Diaz.Fondly called 'Belle', she was a member of GMA 7's roster of young talents and was introduced to the mass media entertainment audiences during a dance number on the noontime show Party Pilipinas on April 17, 2011. On November 24, 2014, she transferred to ABS-CBN and signed a two-year exclusive contract with them.
Early life Edit
Isabelle Daza is the daughter of Gloria Diaz, Miss Universe 1969 and former Makati City Councilor, Gabriel "Bong" Daza. She is a granddaughter of well-known Filipino chef, Nora Daza.After graduating from De La Salle University with a degree in Education,she worked as a preschool teacher. She signed a contract with GMA Network Center with her manager, Leo Domingez, and made her showbiz debut on "Party Pilipinas". In an interview with PhilStar.com, Daza admits that she is still trying to “figure out” her career in acting and she is continuously taking workshops, but her main interest is in hosting. Her first attempt in hosting a show was on a game show with 8th Division World Boxing champion Manny Pacquiao, "Show Me Da Manny", now entitled "Manny Many Prizes". On August 2, 2011, Daza was launched as the New Face of Sophie Paris Philippines.In late December 2011, Daza joined the longest-running noontime show "Eat Bulaga!" as a guest co-host, and in 2012, became a regular co-host.In 2014, Daza officially transferred to ABS-CBN as she signed a contract. She had a role in ABS-CBN'S drama "Nathaniel" as Atty. Martha Amante-Lacsamana which served as her first project on Kapamilya Network, which ended in early 2015. Her current role is the main antagonist/mistress Clara Samaniego in the ABS-CBN Kapamilya Gold drama, "Tubig at Langis".During an interview on Showbiz Central, she said her partner is "a little bit older" than her.In February 2016, Daza confirmed through ¡Hola! magazine that she became engaged with French businessman Adrien Semblat.Her father, Bong Daza, died on July 14, 2016.
- ASAP Main-Host (2010–present) (ABS-CBN)
- Its-Showtime Co-Host (2012–present) (ABS-CBN)