- July 03, 1983 (age 37)
- Actor, Singer, Presenter
- Timothy Tan
- Isagani Bengzon Dizon, Dorothy Cansancio Dizon
Sunshine Dizon (born Margaret Sunshine Cansancio Dizon-Tan on July 3, 1983) is a Filipina actress. She started in show business when she was three years old.
Born as Margaret Sunshine Cansancio Dizon-Tan in 1983 to Isagani Bengzon Dizon and Dorothy Cansancio Dizon, Dizon is the youngest in their family. At a young age, her mother who was then a producer of films and TV shows, noticed her interest in show business. She entered Philippine show business at the age of three.
When she was six, her dad left for the States. After a few months, she and her mom followed. She spent her seventh birthday in the United States.
Sunshine Dizon started acting at the age of three. Her screen name then was simply "Sunshine". The first movie that she did was "God’s Little Children".
She has already worked in "Kung Kasalanan Man" (1989) and "Hindi Pa Tapos Ang Laban" and "Kahit Butas ng Karayom Papasukin Ko" where she got her first acting recognition as Best Child Actress from FAMAS.
In television, she became a regular on Bubble Gang. She also became part of "That's Entertainment" for six months. After which, VIVA signed her and cast her in "DATS".
She played one of the leads in the TV Series Anna Karenina as well as on the cast of Thank God It's Sabado. She starred in "Honey, My Love, So Sweet" (1999) and "Kiss Mo Ko" (1999).
Dizon's films include "Honey, My Love So Sweet" and "Kiss Mo Ko".
Sunshine Dizon appeared in the television series Anna Karenina (Philippine TV series).
In 2001, she starred in the prime time television drama "Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin" with Angelika dela Cruz and later the soap opera "Kung Mawawala Ka". She was cast in "Masikip sa dibdib" (2004) and the TV sitcom "Daboy En Da Girl" (2002), "Mga Batang lansangan... ngayon" (2002), "Filipinas" (2003) and "Sabel" (2004). She also starred in the GMA mini-series "Umulan Man o Umaraw" and "Tuwing Kapiling Ka."
She played Sang'gre Pirena in the Encantadia series for which she won two Best Actress Awards from ENPRESS and Gawad Amerika.
She appeared in the sitcom Bahay Mo Ba To? (2005) and Captain Barbell (2006) as well as the title role in "Carlo J. Caparas' Bakekang", for which she received a Best Actress by PMPC Atar Awards.