Sunday, August 23, 2015

Maine Mendoza (1995 - )

Nicomaine Dei Capili Mendoza (born March 3, 1995 in Santa Maria, Bulacan, Philippines),
popularly known as Yaya Dub or Maine Mendoza, is a Filipina comedienne, television personality and host.

She currently appears in the noontime variety show Eat Bulaga! airing on GMA Network and worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV as one of the co-hosts

Mendoza was born and raised on the municipality of Sta. Maria in the province of Bulacan in the Philippines. She is the fourth of five siblings. She finished elementary and high school in St. Paul College located at Bocaue, Bulacan. Mendoza got a bachelor degree on De La Salle-College of St. Benilde. She pursued on the job training for her profession at The Sagamore in Bolton Landing, New York

Mendoza's career took off after her Dubsmash compilation, in which she impersonates Kris Aquino, went viral with one million views overnight. Mendoza began posting Dubsmash compilations on Facebook where one of the videos she posted got a million views over a period of 24 hours. This earned her the tag as the "Queen of Dubsmash." This opened several opportunities for Mendoza. She had the opportunity to collaborate with many other Dubsmashers, met Kris Aquino herself and auditioned for Eat Bulaga. Subsequently, she was cast as Yaya Dub, the nanny of Wally Bayola's character, Lola Nidora, in the Juan For All, All For Juan segment of Eat Bulaga. Mendoza's character "Yaya Dub" whom she portrayed is paired with fellow Eat Bulaga co-host Alden Richards, in a rom-com/drama sketch/segment on the show entitled "KalyeSerye".

Mendoza and Richards are set to appear in a proposed 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival entry entitled Romcom-in Mo Ako. The reported movie stars are Vic Sotto and Ai-Ai de las Alas. The film will be directed by Jose Javier Reyes.[



2015 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho Guest appearance GMA Network

24 Oras

Eat Bulaga! Co-host


20162016 - 

2015 Romcom-in Mo 'Ko TBA

OctoArts Films

M-Zet TV Productions

GMA Films

APT Entertainment

41st Metro Manila Film Festival entry

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