Alice Dixson divorce with husband of 13 yearsBy admin On February 12, 2013 Under Entertainment
Alice Dixson is one of the most beautiful and talented actresses in the Philippine cinema. Recently her marriage failed with husband of 13 years. Alice Dixson wants to focus on her “emotional healing” this year as she faces the ongoing divorce case with husband of 13 years, Ronnie Miranda.
The actress first confirmed her separation from Miranda in an interview with Philippine Star’s Ricky Lo published on Thursday, February 7. In the interview, Alice cited “irreconcilable differences” as the cause of their separation.
In the said interview, the Kapatid star said they felt the marriage was “beyond saving” January of 2012 and that the separation was a mutual decision. The divorce case is filed in Canada, where Alice was based before she returned to showbiz in 2011.
In a recent press interview for the upcoming soap opera “Never Say Goodbye,” Alice said she’s in the process of “moving on.”
“It’s very difficult, but I am moving on,” she told members of the press in an interview for her upcoming show “Never Say Goodbye.”
Alice also said, “What I want this year is emotional healing na lang siguro. There are a lot of things that happened towards the last quarter of 2012… personal disappointments and unfulfilled expectations. I won’t elaborate pero that last quarter was difficult for me.”
She added, “This 2013 is really just giving my heart a break.”
Her family and stable stream of work in the Philippines have helped her deal with the separation. Besides a major role in “Never Say Goodbye” (which premieres Monday, February 11), Alice has an upcoming project for Viva Films.
Alice Dixson (born Jessie Alice Celones Dixson) or often misspelled Alice Dixon (born on July 28, 1969), is a Filipino American actress, commercial model, and former beauty queen. Born to an American father and Filipino mother, her show business career started when she played the role of Faye, a fairy princess, who fell in love to an earthling in Okay Ka, Fairy Ko after joining a former talent contest in Eat Bulaga! (at that time, it was airing on RPN and one of its hosts, Vic Sotto, requested her to be part of the TV series, since he is the owner of M-Zet Productions that produced Okay Ka, Fairy Ko), and Binibining Pilipinas and became the Philippine representative for Miss International in 1986. She became a household name through a Palmolive soap TV commercial where she sang the phrase “I Can Feel It” aired in 1987.