She was born on January 6, 1966 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Santa Mesa, Manila.
Cuneta grew up surrounded by music, listening to her dad's record collection.
To the disbelief of Sharon's parents, Sining Silangan agreed to pay the sum without reservation.
Cuneta starred in her very first feature film entitled, Dear Heart.
The Sharon Cuneta Show, Sharon, Star Power: Sharon's Search for the Next Female Pop Superstar, Sharon: Kasama Mo, Kapatid, Madam Chairman, The Voice Kids Philippines, The Voice Teens Philippines, Your Face Sounds Familiar, Your Face Sounds Familiar: Kids She has starred in 54 films, 10 television shows, recorded 40 albums and worked as a celebrity endorser for many products and services.
On November 22, 2011, Cuneta moved to TV5 with a PHP 1 billion (US million) contract with the network.
After the lukewarm response to her first single, "Tawag ng Pag-Ibig", Sharon convinced her father that she wanted to make another song. The single resulted in Cuneta's first gold medal award. The song became popular that gave her the moniker, "DJ's Pet" (which also became the title of her debut LP). The song was also Cuneta's first George Canseco song.
Cuneta top billed three blockbuster melodramas in 1984: Sa Hirap At Ginhawa, Bukas, Luluhod And Mga Tala, and Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin?
Cuneta during her early years made her first TV appearance in Ike Lozada's show, in the Bulilit portion, where she mimicked songs of her aunt, Helen Gamboa.
Cuneta was just as young when she appeared in her first movie, the Rosanna Ortiz - George Estregan starrer Lovers for Hire. At the age of 11, in one of the parties Cuneta and her family has attended, she was asked to sing one of Cinderella's 1970s hits entitled, '"Bato sa Buhangin".
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