Claim to Fame
She became a household name through a Palmolive soap TV commercial where she sang the phrase "I can feel it" aired in 1987.
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Alice Dixson is one of the most talented and beautiful actresses in the Philippines.
Alice was born on July 28, 1969 to an American father and Filipino mother. After joining a former talent contest in Eat Bulaga!, she then joined the Binibining Pilipinas (Ms. Philippines) and became the Philippine representative to 1986 Miss International in Nagasaki, Japan. She placed as one of the Semi-Finalists. In 1987, she became a household name through a Palmolive soap TV commercial where she sang the phrase “I Can Feel It”. Her showbiz career started when she played the role of Faye, a fairy princess, who fell in love to an earthling in the TV series Okay Ka, Fairy Ko.
Alice lived in Manila, New York, and Miami. She graduated from UBC and the Gold Coast School of Real Estate and is a dually licensed realtor in the Province of British Columbia (Canada) and in the State of Florida (USA).
Alice completed her Bachelor of Arts in the Philippines and is currently working towards her diploma in Urban Land Economics at UBC.
On May 28, 1999, Alice married Ronnie Miranda (a web designer, computer graphics artist and IT professional) in a simple ceremony in Richmond BC, Canada. She currently resides in Vancouver, BC and is working as a commercial real estate developer.
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Full Name at Birth
Jessie Alice C. Dixson
Alice Dixson (born July 28, 1969, Jessie Alice Celones Dixson) or often misspelled Alice Dixon, is an actress, commercial model, and former beauty queen of Filipino descent. Born to an American father and Filipino mother, she was the Philippines' representative for Miss International in 1986 and became a household name in 1987 through a Palmolive soap TV commercial where she sang the phrase "I can feel it!". After joining a talent contest in Eat Bulaga! and Binibining Pilipinas, her show business career started with the role of Faye, a fairy princess, who fell in love with an earthling in Okay Ka, Fairy Ko. At that time, Eat Bulaga! was airing on RPN and one of its hosts, Vic Sotto, requested her to be part of the TV series (he is the owner of M-Zet Productions that produced Okay Ka, Fairy Ko).
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