She has done more than 80 films throughout her career.
But if Lorna Tolentino had to choose among them, she would like to be remembered for her roles in 1982's "Moral," 1984's "Somewhere," and 1993's "Narito and Puso Ko."
She explained on "Tonight With Boy Abunda" on Tuesday that those films hold a special place in her heart.
She shared that she has fond memories of shooting "Somewhere" with late husband Rudy Fernandez, and that her star turn in "Moral" proved to critics that she was more than just a sexy actress.
She also included "Narito ang Puso Ko," where she played a grieving mother whose son was killed. It was the movie that earned her the coveted "grand slam" of acting awards.
Tolentino was on the late-night talk show to promote "Asintado," her new series that stars her alongside Julia Montes. It's her first Kapamilya show since 2011's "Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin."