Alma Moreno

Filipino Actor-politician
Born May 25, 1959

Alma "Ness" Moreno is a Filipina actress politician who has made her mark both as a popular movie and television personality. She was born in Cervantes, Ilocos Sur to Frank Lacsamana, from Pampanga, and Jean Moreno.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Alma Moreno.


1959 Birth Born on May 25, 1959.


1980 21 Years Old Bernal had also directed her in the acclaimed film, City After Dark, that premiered in 1980.


1993 34 Years Old Her other notable films include the 1993 Gawad Urian Best Picture, "Makati Avenue Office Girls" (directed by José Javier Reyes) and the 1977 Mga Bilanggong Birhen (Incarcerated Virgins) (directed by Mario O'Hara and Romy Suzara). … Read More


2002 43 Years Old In 2002, she starred in her comeback film Kapalit. … Read More
2004 45 Years Old 1 More Event
Moreno ran for Mayor of Parañaque City in 2004 but lost.
2007 48 Years Old In 2007, she was elected a Councilor of the city, and was re-elected in 2010.
2008 49 Years Old On September 24, 2008, the Parañaque City prosecutor's office found probable cause for violation of Batas Pambansa 22 against Moreno.


2009 50 Years Old Her current husband is Sultan Fahad "Pre" Salic, Mayor of Marawi City, whom she wed in 2009 in a traditional Muslim nikah. … Read More
2012 53 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2012, Moreno became the first female National President of the Philippine Councilors League (PCL), where she previously served as National Secretary-General and National Executive Vice-President.
2013 54 Years Old She moved to the Liberal Party with her former husband Joey, and she ran again for Councilor in 2013.
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