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Agot Isidro

Singer, Actress
Maria Margarita Amada Fteha Isidro (born 20 July 1966), known professionally as Agot Isidro, is a Filipino singer and actress. She is the fourth of the six children of Jose Isidro, an architect, and Palestinian mother Edwarta Fteha. She graduated from the University of the Philippines Diliman with a bachelor's degree in interior design. Isidro also pursued Fashion Buying and Merchandising at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, where she graduated as magna cum laude. She also has a master's degree in communication from the Ateneo de Manila University.Isidro started as a back-up singer together with her sisters Olive Cruz and Tina Isorena in The Sharon Cuneta Show. She was urged by Johnny Manahan or Mr. M to fill in for then pregnant Melissa de Leon in the noon time show 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila. She was like a breath of fresh air and people started noticing her, hence, the moniker "Crush ng Bayan" or "the people's crush" and also as the "Julia Roberts of the Philippines". She is best known for her role as Ingrid Martinez, the main villainess in the 2009 hit television series, Tayong Dalawa. She then played kind-hearted roles.In 2012, she transferred to GMA Network and signed an exclusive contract in Kapuso Network, her first major project was the television series of GMA Network entitled, One True Love where in she played Leila Samonte, the bitter and scheming doctor who made Elize and Tisoy lives miserable. She later returned to her original home network, ABS-CBN, as a freelancer in 2013 through a comeback project via Muling Buksan ang Puso, starring Julia Montes, Enrique Gil and Enchong Dee while also being seen on GMA-7's Titser. Isidro played a supporting role as Marian Rivera's mother in Carmela on GMA Network but immediately started doing projects with ABS-CBN after the show ended.

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Singer, Actress
Manu Sandejas (m. 2000–2010)
Edwarta Fteha, Jose Isidro
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