June 1, 1979
San Mateo, Rizal, Philippines
|Occupation||TV host, Newscaster|
|Spouse(s)||Carlo de Guzman (2004-present)|
Rhea Santos-de Guzman (born June 1, 1979) is a broadcast journalist, Host and newscaster in the Philippines. She currently co-anchors GMA Network's Unang Hirit and hosts several news and public affairs programs on GMA Network.
Rhea Santos is an award-winning broadcast journalist and newscaster in the Philippines. She is one of the hosts of GMA's morning show Unang Hirit.
Rhea graduated from St. Scholastica's Academy Marikina (Grade School and High School) and finished AB Mass Communication, Magna Cum Laude, from St. Paul College Quezon City. She first appeared on television in 2001 as one of the hosts of GMA Network's Unang Hirit. In 2003, she was assigned to anchor Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco's segment GMA Action Force.
In 2004, she had her own show At Your Service and married businessman, Hotshots Burger chain owner, Carlo De Guzman. In the same year, she co-hosted Eat Bulaga Silver Special, which was a co-production of TAPE Productions and GMA News and Public Affairs, with her fellow anchor in Unang Hirit, Arnold Clavio.
Later that year, GMA launched Pinoy Abroad, which she co-hosted with Ivan Mayrina.
She's currently seen in GMA's morning show Unang Hirit, and had anchored Q's primetime newscast News On Q. She also hosted public affairs program Women's Desk later retitled as Draw The Line. She also hosted another public affairs program DoQmentaries as one of the presenters along with Connie Sison and Pia Arcangel. Rhea replaced Maki Pulido as one of the hosts of Reporter's Notebook on November 17, 2009. Rhea left News on Q on April 20, 2010 and she was replaced by Connie Sison.
Rhea became co-host of Maki Pulido and Jiggy Manicad in Reporter's Notebook, but she left Reporter's Notebook in January 18, 2011 to host "Tunay Na Buhay" that started airing on January 21, 2011 on GMA Network.
|2001–present||Unang Hirit||Host/Anchor||GMA Network|
|2004||Eat Bulaga Silver Anniversary Story||Host|
|2005–2010||News on Q||Anchor||Q|
|2006–2007||100% Pinoy||Host||GMA Network|
|2009–2011||Reporter's Notebook||Host||GMA Network|
|2011-present||Tunay Na Buhay||Host|