Aiza Seguerra (born 17 September 1983) is a Filipino actor, singer-songwriter and guitarist. 's Little Miss Philippines 1987 he became a child star starring in several movies and TV shows.
Later in his teens, he pursued a career in music spawning his major hit single, Pagdating ng Panahon (When the Time Comes).
Initially coming out as a lesbian in 2007, Seguerra now identifies himself as a transgender man.
He often portrayed the role of actor and fellow Eat Bulaga! He portrayed the role of Aiza Kabisote, daughter of Enteng Kabisote in Okey Ka Fairy Ko! During his late teens, Seguerra began pursuing a career in music; singing and playing the guitar.
His single Pagdating ng Panahon became a major hit in 2001 and it enabled his to start a music career.
Seguerra won The Singing Bee on July 8, 2008 after Rachel Alejandro gave up his throne as defending champion due to other engagements.
He defeated his co-contestant singer Bituin Escalante.
Seguerra won P1,040,000 for a second time on July 10, raising his total winnings now to P 2,080,000.
Seguerra also performed in Singapore for the Singapore Repertory Theatre presentation of the stage play "Avenue Q."On January 7, 2013, Seguerra entered the Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs contest as the interpreter for the song entry called "Anong Nangyari Sa Ating Dalawa", written by Jovinor Tan.He performed the song in the grand finals on February 24 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.The song eventually finished in first place for Best P-pop Love Song thus rewarding the writer of the song with one million pesos in cash.Seguerra is the child of Decoroso "Dick" Seguerra (of Calauag, Quezon) and Caridad "Caring" Yamson-Seguerra (of Bicol Region).He studied in Operation Brotherhood Montessori Center and later enrolled at the College of Fine Arts and Design of the University of Santo Tomas and acquired a college degree.In 2013, Seguerra, along with other local celebrities, came together to join the PETA campaign 'Free Mali', a campaign aimed to release Mali, an Asian elephant currently living at the Manila Zoo and the only captive elephant in the Philippines, due to the poor facilities and keepers to care for him.