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LOOK: Dawn Zulueta celebrates 51st birthday

/ 02:09 PM March 05, 2020

Dawn Zulueta looked timeless as she turned 51 years old yesterday, March 4, and joked that she was still a “#dalagangpilipina.”

The actress marked her special day by posting a photo of herself on her Instagram page that showed off her still-youthful appearance.

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On the eve of her birthday, the actress had a get-together with the mothers of her son’s varsity basketball teammates.

Many of her fellow celebrities also took the time to greet her on her special day, such as Cheska Garcia, Amy Castillo, Maritoni Fernandez and Cherry Pie Picache.

Dawn Zulueta

Image: Instagram/@dawnzulueta

Along with the well wishes, Zulueta received flower arrangements from Boy Abunda and Vice Ganda, whom she calls her “Twinnie.” She posted clips of the presents on her Instagram Stories.

Dawn Zulueta

Image: Instagram/@dawnzulueta

Dawn Zulueta

Image: Instagram/@dawnzulueta

Aside from her career in acting, Zulueta has also been honing her skills in music. She began to play the piano in 2017, and has been practicing every day.

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The actress showed off her skills when she played French pianist Erik Satie’s composition “Gymnopédie No.1,” which she uploaded on her Instagram page on Feb. 21.

Zulueta last starred in last year’s family-drama film “Family History” alongside Michael V, who also directed the production. Meanwhile, she teased last month that she had an upcoming project with her fellow veteran actor Edu Manzano.  /ra

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