Former celebrity Joyce Jimenez, less known as Joyce Reintegrado in real-life, gained popularity in the local entertainment scene for her sensually provoking roles in the 90s.
Since her debut in the showbiz industry, she had done numerous acting stints both in television and the big screen. But, before she received wide recognition as an actress, she was first introduced as a sexy star with the monicker “Pantasya ng Bayan”.
In case you’re not aware, she appeared in the drama film “Warat” alongside Jomari Yllana. Aside from that, she also tried to do romantic comedies such as “Ano Bang Meron Ka?” with Deither Ocampo and “Narinig Mo Na Ba Ang L8test?” with Aga Muhlach.
Moreover, she even joined the “Comedy Queen of the Philippines” Aiai Delas Alas and actress Assunta de Rossi in the award-winning multi-genre film “Pinay Pie”.
Also, during the 90s, Joyce Jimenez landed numerous features for men’s magazine. However, she last posted as a cover girl for FHM Magazine in 2007.
However, just like any other unfortunate celebrities, the “Pantasya ng Bayan” became less and less visible to the viewers as the time went by.
Joyce Jimenez is now happily married to Paul Ely Egbalic, a Filipino – American member of the United States Air Force. In case you’re not aware, they married in 2008. She is now living in Southern California with her family.
As of this writing, Joyce Jimenez and Paul Ely Egbalic are now blessed with three children.
Here are the children of the married couple:
As of now, she is currently 9-years-old. She was born in October 2009.
Jaysen Elise is the second child of the married couple, She was born in March 2011.
Presently, Julian Elysson is the only boy in the family. He will be turning 4 soon.
Ever since she discovered that Jaysen Elise and Julian Elysson were autistic, Joyce Jimenez became a strong advocate for its awareness.
Despite having kids, Joyce Jimenez maintained her voluptuous body.
On her Instagram, she shared her fitness journey.
“The pictures reflect my 3 weeks of progress and to see the changes since have been amazing. Not only has my body physically changed but also my eating habits, mentality, and thought process. I’ve realized that it’s not just about the number on the scale but how you feel. The difference in weight is only 5lbs but I can definitely see the changes. If you think that you can’t change your habits YOU CAN, If you can’t lose those last couple of lbs YOU CAN…sometimes you just need a little help, motivation, and encouragement. PM so we can start this health journey together!