Here’s a throwback as we recall a familiar face from the Filipino film adaptation of the widely popular 2007 series “Princess Sarah.” Noemi Oineza was the child star who played the role of Little Lottie. Noemi, who is not so little anymore, had grown up into a fine lady herself – after her short career in the media industry. The former child star was reportedly pursuing a science-related course at the University of Santo Tomas. Like so many child actors, she put aside a career in showbiz to pursue a different passion. Although, they’ve left the spotlight, we still admire and remember them for what they’ve done on films and shows.
Find out more about what’s been going on in her life and what she’s been up to these days.
Noemi Oinenza as Little Lottie (Princess Sarah, 2007)
She was a talented kid who had grit and charisma written all over her pretty face. As a youngster, Noemi was a pretty little girl. Now she’s a full-grown stunner! Aside from Princess Sarah, she also took part in villainous roles in projects like “Wansapanatym,” Mirabella, and “Aryana.” Nomei was also cast in the horror movie, “Villa Estrella.”She isn’t the only celebrity in the family because her older sister Jane, is also a widely known model and actress.
This is Noemi’s recent photo. We know that line when “puberty hits.” Yes! She turned out to be a pretty gal.
She joined the kids’ show “Goin’ Bulilit” in 2007 together with batchmates Nash Aguas, Sharlene San Pedro, Alexa Ilacad, and others. She hangs out with her former co-stars as the group often have casual reunions, maintaining their solid friendship with each other. A throwback photo from Instagram shows Noemi with her adorable pigtails and bangs, posing with the other cast of the show.
As she transitioned to her teen years, her persona shifted to the “kikay girl” that suited her bubbly personality. The actress remained sweet and humble.
Do you agree that Noemi Oineza turned into a pretty young adult? What do you think of her previous career as an actress? Would you like to see her return to TV and movies? Write your comments and insights below!