Kathryn Chandria Manuel Bernardo born March 26, is a Filipino actress, model and recording artist. She was home schooled, and currently attends Enderun CollegesTaguigwhere she studies marketing.
Inshe landed her first main role in the TV series Super Inggo playing Maya, the love interest of the main character. Coincidentally, both premiered on June 28, Since its premiere, the TV series remained a consistent leader in primetime ratings.
After the primetime teleserye ended, Bernardo soon began appearing in the Sunday afternoon teen show Growing Up. On the show, Bernardo played the role of year-old Ella who lives with her single mother. Bernardo's film career started in with the movie Gagamboy. However, it was only in when she, together with her Mara Clara co-star Julia Montesreceived a lead role in the movie Way Back Home.
Bernardo took on the horror genre by snagging one of the lead roles of the film's second story called Parola.
In a review for ClickTheCity. It might just be one of the best things that has ever come out of Shake Rattle and Roll. Other veteran actors like Gretchen Barretto and Albert Martinez joined the star-studded cast.
The show garnered unprecedented ratings and appraisal as the number one primetime show in Septemberopening more doors for Bernardo's shining career. In Augustshe and Daniel Padilla announcing another television series: Got to Believe in which Bernardo plays Chichay Tampipi, a teenage girl who reunites with her childhood friend Joaquin Manansala Padilla after many years; Chichay falls for the rich boy despite their economic differences and family pasts, encountering difficult obstacles that put their love to the test.
Got to Believe was also a primetime television hit, gathering Love that was broadcast on March Bernardo and Padilla once again headlined a movie adaptation of Bianca Bernardino's best-selling novel named She's Dating the Gangster as part of Star Cinema 's 20th anniversary in July This is the 5th movie in which Kathryn and Padilla are paired on the big screen after the success of their romantic comedy television series Got to Believe which was also directed by Garcia-Molina.
Bernardo has been involved in singing ventures such as her guest appearances for Daniel Padilla's concert "DOS" and her participation in the soundtrack albums of her primetime television shows. Bernardo recorded her first solo "Mula Noon Hanggang Ngayon" as part of the soundtrack for Princess and I in and was originally sung by Lea Salonga.