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Si Maria Lea Carmen Imutan Salonga (alyas Lea Salonga) mao ang usa ka Pilipinong maghuhuni.

Lea Salonga
Gihimugsû Maria Ligaya Carmen Imutan Salonga Edit this on Wikidata
22 Pebrero 1971 Edit this on Wikidata
(panuígong 52)[1]
Ermita Edit this on Wikidata
Panginabuhi Aktor, mag-aawit, tagapagtingog, stage actor, recording artist, columnist, producer edit this on wikidata
Mátang Contemporary r&b, rhythm and blues, musical, klasikal nga musika edit this on wikidata
Mga ganti Theatre World Award, Disney Legends, Asia's Most Influential Philippines, Asia's Most Influential Philippines Edit this on Wikidata
Pirma Pirma ni Lea Salonga
https://leasalonga.com Edit this on Wikidata

Diskograpiya[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Mga Solo rekording[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Mga pigganapan na rekording[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Video/Live recordings[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Mga pagsasararong album[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Tampok na mga rekording[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Mga bantog na kredito pan-entablado[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Taon Titulo[3] Papel Toltolan
1980 Annie Annie Manila
1981 The Bad Seed Rhoda Manila
1983 The Paper Moon Addie Manila
1988 The Fantasticks Luisa Manila
1989–1990 Miss Saigon Kim West End

Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical



Miss Saigon Kim Broadway

Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a MusicalOuter Critics Circle Award for Best Actress - Musical

Theatre World Award

1993; 1996 Les Misérables Eponine Broadway, West End and US national tour in Hawaii[4]
1994 My Fair Lady Eliza Doolittle Manila
1994 Into the Woods Witch Singapore
1999–2000 They're Playing Our Song Sonia Walsk Singapore (1999)


2000 Miss Saigon Kim Manila
2001–2003 Flower Drum Song Mei-Li Los Angeles (2001–2002)

Broadway (2002–2003) Nominated: Ovation Award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical[5]Nominated: Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance

2002 Proof Catherine Manila
2002 Something Good: A Broadway Salute to Richard Rogers on His 100th Birthday Performer Broadway
2004 Baby Lizzie Fields Manila

Nominated: Aliw Award for Best Actress (Musical)

2007 Les Misérables[6] Fantine Broadway

Nominated: Audience Choice Award for Favorite Replacement (Female)[7]

2008 Cinderella Cinderella Asian Tour
2010 Cats Grizabella Manila
2012 God of Carnage[8] Veronica Manila
2012 Allegiance Kei Kimura San Diego

Nominated: Noel Craig Award for Outstanding Feature Performance in a Musical – Female

2015–2016 Allegiance Kei Kimura Broadway

BroadwayWorld.com Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical[9] Nominated: Audience Choice Award for Favorite Leading Actress in a Musical[10]

2016 Fun Home[11] Helen Bechdel Manila


Once on This Island Erzulie Broadway
2018 Annie Grace Farrell Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles[12]
2019 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Mrs. Lovett Manila and Singapore

Pelikulohiya asin pagganap sa telebisyon[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Taon Pelikula Papel Toltolan
1981 Tropang Bulilit Lisa
1985 Like Father, Like Son Angela
1986 That's Entertainment Herself Thursday group member
1986 Captain Barbell Rosemarie
1986 Ninja Kids Yoko
1988 Pik Pak Boom Rosie
1989 Dear Diary Lenny Tacorda Segment "Dear Killer"
1989 The Heat is on in Saigon Herself (Kim) The making of Miss Saigon.
1992 Aladdin Princess Jasmine (singing voice)
1992 Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal Sandy
1993 Olsen Twins Mother's Day Special Singer Television film
1993[13] Sesame Street Herself Episode 3154
1993 Reading Rainbow Narrator Episode: "Silent Lotus"
1994 Aladdin Activity Center Princess Jasmine (singing voice) Video game
1995 Sana Maulit Muli Agnes
1995 Redwood Curtain Geri Riorden Television film
1995 Les Misérables: The 10th Anniversary Concert Éponine
1997–present ASAP Herself Guest performer and co-host
1998 Mulan Mulan (singing voice) Voice
2001[14] Reading Rainbow Narrator of Mauna Loa Episode: "My America: A Poetry Atlas of the United States"
2001 Disney's Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge Princess Jasmine (singing voice) Video game
2001 ER Amparo Television episode
2001 As the World Turns Lien Hughes #2 Television program

Reprised in 2003

2004 My Neighbor Totoro Yasuko Kusakabe English dub
2004 Mulan II Mulan (singing voice) Direct-to-video
2007 Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams Princess Jasmine (singing voice) Direct-to-video
2010 Les Misérables: 25th Anniversary Concert Fantine
2011 Miss Universe 2011 Herself Judge
2012–14 Sofia the First Princess Jasmine and Mulan (singing voice) Voice
2013; 2014–15 The Voice of the Philippines Herself Coach (2 seasons)
2014–2019 The Voice Kids Herself Coach (4 seasons)
2016 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Aunt Myrna Television episode
2017 The Voice Teens Herself Coach
2019 Yellow Rose Gail
2020– The Voice Teens Herself Coach

Referensiya[usba | usba ang wikitext]

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  2. Lea Salonga: Your Songs, AllMusic.com, accessed October 10, 2018
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  4. Simonson, Robert. "Lea Salonga Returns to Bway Miss Saigon, Jan. 18", Playbill, January 17, 1999, accessed January 30, 2016; and Wedekindt, David. "Lea Salonga, Award-winning Broadway Star and Singing Voice of Disney's Mulan and Princess Jasmine, to Perform Oct. 10", University of Buffalo, September 24, 2009, accessed January 30, 2016
  5. Ehren, Christine. "Flower Drum Song, Into the Woods Among Theatre L.A. Ovation Nominees, Nov. 24", Playbill, November 24, 2002, accessed March 10, 2015
  6. Gans, Andrew. "Voices Soft as Thunder: Lea Salonga to Make Early Entrance in Les Miz Revival", Playbill, March 2, 2007, accessed March 10, 2016
  7. "The Favorites of the Fans: 2007". Audience Choice Awards. Gi-tago sa orihinal niadtong March 4, 2016. Gikuha niadtong March 10, 2016 – pinaagi sa Broadway.com.
  8. Blank, Matthew. "Photo Call: God of Carnage, With Lea Salonga, Plays the Philippines", Playbill, July 12, 2012, accessed March 10, 2016
  9. "And the Winners Are... The Results Are in for the 2016 BroadwayWorld.com Awards!", BroadwayWorld.com, June 7, 2016
  10. "Vote Now! Hamilton Breaks Record for Most Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Nominations". Broadway.com. April 29, 2016.
  11. Hetrick, Adam. "Lea Salonga Will Star in Fun Home International Premiere", Playbill, November 18, 2015
  12. Miller, Daryl H. "Review: The sun is out. Annie and her pals visit the Hollywood Bowl to show us how a family gets along", Los Angeles Times, July 29, 2018
  13. Endrst, James. "Sesame Street: After 25 Years, Still Sweeping the Clouds Away", Hartford Courant, November 19, 1993, accessed August 23, 2016
  14. "My America: A Poetry Atlas of the United States" Gi-tago 2017-08-23 sa Wayback Machine, TV.com, accessed August 22, 2017