Alma Moreno is a popular movie and television personality in the late 70s and 80s. She was born Venesa Lacsamana on May 25, 1959 in Cervantes, Ilocos Sur to Frank Lacsamana and Jean Moreno, a couple who lived a simple, yet noble life.
She appeared in her first movie as a dama in Urduja with Amalia Fuentes. Her first starring role was Ligaw na Bulaklak with Vic Silayan, which launched her to full stardom. The 1976 film was directed by Philippine National Artist Ishmael Bernal.
From then on until the late '80s,
Bernal also directed her in one of the best Filipino films of all time, City After Dark (1981).
"King" (1977)- Stars Fernando Poe, Jr. and Alma Moreno/
Directed by Ronwaldo Reyes
"Lagi na Lamang ba akong Babae?" (1978)- Stars Christopher de Leon, Bembol Roco, Mat Ranillo III, Eddie Gutierrez and Alma Moreno/ Directed by Ishmael Bernal
Directed by Eddie Romero
"Tambay sa Disco" (1981)- Stars Alma Moreno, Beth Bautista, Tet Antiquera, William Martinez, Greggy Liwag and Al Tantay/ Directed by Cloyd Robinson
"City After Dark" (1981)- Stars Charito Solis, Alma Moreno, Lorna Tolentino, Rio Locsin, Cherie Gil, Gina ALajar, Orestes Ojeda, Bernado Bernardo and Wiliam Martinez/ Directed by Ishmael Bernal