Maria Patricia Dianne Perez Medina was born on November 5, 1986. She was once a member of the Miriam College Dance Troupe and will be seen next in a forthcoming gag show directed by Edgar Mortiz entitled ‘Banana Split’.
Medina started her commercial stint at the age of 5. In 2004 and 2005, she was hired to do commercials for Globe, Nestea Iced Tea, and Gentext. Later, she modeled in fashion shows for Terranova, Plains and Prints, Preview, Babo, Fly wear eyewear, Street Jeans, Human, Freeway, My Scene Barbie dolls etc. She also had her first print ad at the age of 13 for Motorola and was featured as Phil Star Dream Girl.
Medina started dancing at the age of 10. She first performed in small events at school. As a member of St. Theresa’s College Dance stream, she competed in the JNJ street dance competition. She was also the head choreographer of school dance activities in high school. In college, Medina’s dancing life became more active. As a member of C*CATT street, she participated in several competitions and garnered awards. She was also the head choreographer for school activities such as Dance Kinetics. In addition, she won the Skechers street style –an individual award and a text choice award. She also did the print advertisement for Skechers and performed several times at Wowowee in street dancing together with other artists. Medina regularly trains at the Orange Dance studio.
Medina currently studies acting at the Abs-Cbn talent center. In high school, she appeared in a play called “The Merchant of Venice”, Kabuki Play. Les Miserable and more. In college, she portrayed one of the main characters in “The tale of ProtaciaDayanghirang,” a comedy-fantasy play.
Medina is also into hosting; she won out of the 12 finalists for the WazzupWazzuptadjock quest and was a regular segment host. She was a guest host at Wowowee and Breakfast. She was also a mainstay of Let’s Go, a youth oriented show at ABS-CBN and About Ur Luv Presents ASTIGS. She also joined U CAN DANCE version 2 and appears in ASAP 08‘s full circle productions. Other projects are DYOSA, an upcoming teleserye, and Banana Split, an upcoming gag show. She is part of a gag show under TV5 (former ABC-5) called LOKOMOKO U and is a host of a new youth oriented show called, “FLO show”.