Krystal Reyes

Jolina Marie B. Reyes (born September 8, 1996), better known by her screen name Krystal Reyes, is a Filipino actress.

Krystal Reyes
Jolina Marie Bautista Reyes

(1996-09-08) September 8, 1996
Other namesJolina Marie Reyes
Jolina Reyes
Bright Child Actress
Years active2005–present
RelativesMark A. Reyes (uncle)


She became famous for her role as the young Kristal in the teledrama Bakekang, a role where she would eventually gain her current screen name. After the show ended, she landed her first starring role as Princess, one of the two title characters in Princess Charming, another Philippine drama. Her biggest break came when she landed the role of Anghelita in Mga Mata ni Anghelita, a remake of the 1978 Philippine movie of the same title (without the letter H on it) which made famous the late Julie Vega.[1] Fellow child actress Ella Guevara was originally considered for the role, but since Guevara was by then already part of the main cast of another teledrama entitled Impostora, Reyes was able to land the role. Other than her appearances on television, she has also appeared in the film Shake, Rattle & Roll 8.

Reyes won Best Children's Show Host together with Pia Arcangel and Tonipet Gaba for Art Angel in the 2007 PMPC Star Awards for Television, as well as Best Children's Show. Art Angel again won Best Children's Show in the 2008 and 2009 PMPC Star Awards for Television.

In 2012, she appeared in Hiram na Puso as Angeline and her comeback drama show Hindi Ka Na Mag-iisa.

Reyes was part of the 2013 remake of the 1996 hit TV series Anna Karenina with Barbie Forteza and Joyce Ching.

After Healing Hearts, she became semi-active in showbiz to focus on her studies. She's currently a freelancer, though she occasionally appears on GMA.

Personal life

Reyes was born in Barangay Bulac, Santa Maria, Bulacan. Krystal is the niece of GMA resident director Mark Reyes.



Year Title Role(s) Network
2019Magpakailanman: The Wife's Revengeyoung EvaGMA Network
2018Tadhana: DH for SaleDenise
Maynila: The Set UpPearl
Pop TalkEpisode Guest
Wish Ko Lang: Sa Tindahan ni TrishaTrisha
2017Eat BulagaSegment Guest
2016–2017TropsZoey Sevilla
2016Maynila: Party Pa MoreLara
2015Karelasyon: Batang InaMela
Maynila: Signs of LoveGirlie
Healing HeartsChloe
Maynila: Second PrincessFaith
2014CarmelaJanine Fernandez-Torres
Magpakailanman: Ang Pusong 'Di MakalimotAyn
Magpakailanman: Ang Inang YayaJaica
Magpakailanman: Retokadang InaYoung Michelle
Maynila: Papa's GirlErika
2013RJ Nueva's Anna KareninaAnna Karenina "Anna" Caluya Serrano / Anna Karenina "Anna" Monteclaro
Magpakailanman: Kambal na SapiLourdes
Magpakailanman: Batang InaTintin Ng
Bukod Kang PinagpalaJanella Perez
2012Hindi Ka Na Mag-iisaAngelica Montenegro
Hiram na PusoAngeline Saavedra
2011/2012Munting HerederaGemmalyn "Gemma" Sarmiento
Reel Love: Tween HeartsMallory Santos
2010BantatayEmily Razon
2009RosalindaLucy Perez
Sine Novela: Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin?Angeli Claro
2008LaLolaChe Che
Sine Novela: Kaputol ng Isang AwitYoung Joanna Ambrosio / Joanna Rivera
Sine Novela: Gaano Kadalas ang MinsanLara
2007Sine Novela: My Only LoveYoung Cindy
La VendettaYoung Eloisa Salumbides-Cardinale
Mga Mata ni AnghelitaAnghelita
Princess CharmingPrincess
Sine Novela: Pati Ba Pintig ng PusoYoung Claire
2006Carlo J. Caparas' BakekangYoung Kristal Maisog


2019 Apple of My Eye Apple
2012Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si AkoKrystal
2011Tween Academy: Class of 2012Sandy
2006Shake, Rattle and Roll 8: 13th FloorAlex

Awards and nominations

2013 27th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Single Performance by an Actress for Magpakailanm: Batang Ina: The Tintin Ng Story Nominated
Paulines Telefest Awards Most Watched "Telenovela" for AnnaKareNina Won
Yes! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful stars 2013 Comeback category Won
2012 Teen Citation Choice Award Best Teen Actress for Hindi Ka Na Mag-iisa Nominated
2007 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Children's Show Host together with Pia Arcangel and Tonipet Gaba Won
Yes! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful stars 2007 Newbie category Won


  1. Julie Vega comes ‘alive’. Retrieved on July 14, 2007.
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