Raoul Aragon

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Wala Ng Bala ---starring Dante Varona. 1986 Kapirasong Dangal ---starring Maria Isabel Lopez, Dante Rivero, Gino Antonio. 1986 Hiram Na Katawan ---starring Marilou Sadiwa, Dennis Roldan. 1986 Huwag Mo Kaming Isumpa ---starring Christopher de Leon, Lorna Tolentino, Rio Locsin. 1986 Huwag Pamarisan: Kulasisi ---starring Maria Isabel Lopez, Anna Marie Gutierrez. 1986 Gisingin Natin Ang Gabi ---starring Daniel Fernando, Lampel Cojuangco. 1986 Revenge Of The Street Warrior ---starring Anthony Alonzo. 1986 Sloane ---starring Robert Resnick, Debra Blee. 1986 Hapdi ---starring Ernie Garcia, Olivia Ortiz, Gino Antonio, Maureen Mauricio. 1986 Panganib Bawat Sandali Ng Ligaya ---starring Mark Joseph, Farida

Philippines

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While the romance was still active, the Spanish-Mexican-Filipino coalition then invaded Islamic Manila, liberated and incorporated Tondo. Luzon was then placed under Spanish rule. They established Manila as the capital of the Spanish East Indies (1571). The former Bruneian Muslim elite that ruled Manila was forced into Christianity and in vengeance, conspired with the Japanese Shogunate and the Brunei Sultanate to re-invade and re-islamize Manila. Several war fleets were raised in Brunei in order to retake Manila but all were frustrated.

Maria Isabel Lopez

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Consequentially, Lopez' driver's license was revoked and confiscated along with a minimal fine after complaints from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority employees upon discovery of sharing the violation on her Facebook account. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority recommended the violation to the Land Transportation Office to suspend or cancel her driver's license. Lopez later claimed she that seeing other vehicles using the ASEAN lane prompted her to drive on it as well. The office later revoked her license and barred her from reapplying and reacquiring her license for the next two years.

Jaclyn Jose

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She and actor Mark Gil are the parents of Andi Eigenmann. Jose is also known for her notable works with actors Juan Rodrigo both in TV and film adaptations of the Primetime Soap Opera, Mula Sa Puso as the iconic Magda and 1980s films such as "Hati Tayo Sa Magdamag" (VIVA Films) and White Slavery (directed by Lino Brocka) and Anne Curtis in Dyosa in 2008 and A Secret Affair. In 2016, Jose starred in Brillante Mendoza's Palme d'Or-nominated film Ma' Rosa where she won the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actress. Jose was the first Southeast Asian to be conferred with the award.

Rudy Fernandez (actor)

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Rodolfo Valentino "Rudy" Padilla Fernández, screen name Rudy Fernández (born Rodolfo Padilla Fernández; March 3, 1952 – June 7, 2008) also known as Daboy, was a multi-awarded Filipino actor and producer. He came to prominence as an action star in the Philippine cinema during the 1980s up to the early 1990s. Fernandez was born at 8:36 PM on March 3, 1952 at Mary Johnston Hospital in Tondo, Manila, He is the eldest son of the late film director Gregorio Fernandez. Both his parents were from Lubao, Pampanga, which he considered his hometown. He made his film debut at the age of three, appearing in Luksang Tagumpay (1956), which was directed by his father.

Dante Varona

Dante Varona (born 1953) is a former Filipino actor and film director. He was considered one of the more famous action stars from the 1970s up to the 1980s along with Fernando Poe, Jr., Joseph Estrada, Jun Aristorenas, Ramon Revilla, Bernard Bonnin, Jess Lapid, Jr., Rhene Imperial, Tony Ferrer, Ramon Zamora, Rey Malonzo, Baldo Marro, Anthony Alonzo, Lito Lapid, Rudy Fernandez, Bembol Roco, Efren Reyes, Jr. and Ace Vergel, among others. One of his famous stunts involved jumping from the San Juanico Bridge in Hari ng Stunt (King of Stunts). Varona began his movie career in 1968 in Mangificent Siete Bandidas.

Carmi Martin

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She first appeared in Dolphy's Angels with Liz Alindogan, Anna Marie Gutierrez, Yehlen Catral & the late Comedy King Dolphy†. She did more movies with Dolphy† such as Stariray, The Quick Brown Fox, John En Marsha, Dancing Master, Dino Dinero & Father & Son. Her last movie with Dolphy† was Dobol Trobol (2008) with Vic Sotto in 2008. She took a two-year certificate course at the Philippine School of Interior Design in 2003. And she graduated Fine Arts at The Philippine Women's University on 2 April 2011. * Martin Interiors Carmi Martin Biography at PinoyStop. Martin Interiors.

Orestes Ojeda

He was also in the cast of National Artist Ishmael Bernal's 1980 classic Manila By Night, the 1983 heavy drama Broken Marriage and the 1986 melodrama The Graduates. Also Lino Brocka worked with him in the 1977 Metro Manila Film Fest entry, "Inay" as one of Alicia Vergel's children. In 1985, he did the Peque Gallaga opus Scorpio Nights, which tells the story of a college student (played by Daniel Fernando) who had an affair with an unfaithful wife (Anna Marie Gutierrez). This wife is married to a night-shift security guard (played by Ojeda). He starred Dingding Lang Ang Pagitan (1986) with Maria Isabel Lopez.

Boots Anson-Roa

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Vice-Chairman for Television: Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas, Metro Manila Chapter – 1998–present. Chairman: Friends of PHSA (Philippine High School for the Arts, CCP) – 1995–present. Vice-Chairman: National Commission for Culture and the Arts – Film Committee. Director: U.P. Arts and Letters Alumni Foundation – 1995. Trustee: MOWELFUND – 1994–present. Columnist/ Feature Writer: Manila–U.S. Mail – 1992–1993. Editor-in-Chief: Balikatan Herald – 1994. Columnist: Isyu (broadsheet) – 1998. Contributor: Philippine Daily Inquirer – 1995–present.

Maricel Soriano

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John & Marsha '80 || Shirley Puruntong || RVQ Productions || Ading Fernando || Dolphy, Nida Blanca, Panchito, Rolly Quizon, Dely Atay-atayan, Matutina, Bayani Casimiro, Carmi Martin, Liz Alindogan, Anna Marie Gutierrez || May 29, 1980. Dolphy's Angels || Special Participation || RVQ Productions || Luis San Juan || Dolphy, Panchito, Yehlen Catral, Carmi Martin, Anna Marie Gutierrez, Liz Alindogan, Paquito Diaz || March 20, 1980. 1979 || Dancing Master || – || RVQ Productions || Jett C.

Gina Alajar

Regina Alatiit, also known as Gina Alajar (born June 28, 1959) is a FAMAS and Gaward Urian Award winning Filipino film and television actress and television director.

Mark Gil

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Raphael John "Ralph" Gil Eigenmann (25 September 1961 – 1 September 2014), better known by his screen name as Mark Gil, was a Filipino actor. Gil was often cast as a main villain to Bong Revilla, Jr, Ronnie Ricketts, Robin Padilla, Lito Lapid, Phillip Salvador, Rudy Fernandez, Jestoni Alarcon, Ace Vergel, Cesar Montano, John Regala, Ian Veneracion, to name a few. He was best known for playing the role of Lorna Tolentino's former American boss-lover-killer in the drama-suspense thriller The Elsa Castillo Story: The Chop-Chop Lady, the script of which is inspired by true events.

Daria Ramirez

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She was launched by Crown Seven Film in 1977 in the comics-adapted story, Lord Give Me a Lover opposite George Estregan. Daria Ramirez is the mother of former matinee idol, singer, and actor Keempee de Leon and former teen actress Cheenee de Leon to TV host, singer, comedian, and actor Joey de Leon. She did movies in 1974 South Seas with Vic Vargas, in 1975 An Affair in Tahiti with Gloria Diaz and Rosanna Ortiz, in 1976 Stowaway with Rey Malonzo, Sgt. Dalagon (1977) with Tony Ferrer and in 1976 the critically acclaimed Nunal sa Tubig directed by National Artist Ishmael Bernal.

Eddie Garcia

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Eduardo Verchez Garcia (May 2, 1929 – June 20, 2019), known colloquially as Manoy, was a Filipino actor, television personality, film director and producer. With over 600 film and television roles and a career spanning seven decades, he is widely regarded as the "greatest Filipino actor of all time". He had the highest number of appearances in Philippine films, portraying a variety of roles which include gay, antihero, and villain roles. Garcia's best regarded works as an actor include Beast of the Yellow Night (1971), The Woman Hunt (1972), Deathrow (2000), The Debut (2001), Abakada...

Perla Bautista

Espiridion Laxa built up the unique loveteam of Joseph Estrada-Perla Bautista in their first movie together Markang Rehas (1962), both won the FAMAS best actor and best actress trophies. Bautista did films like De Colores (1968) starring Joseph Estrada, Amalia Fuentes, and Leopoldo Salcedo, and Crush Ko Si Sir (1971) starring Dante Rivero, Hilda Koronel and Jay Ilagan. She played as the mother of Nora Aunor in a classic film Minsa'y Isang Gamu-gamo (1976). She did movie Ded Na Si Lolo (2009) with Elizabeth Oropesa, Roderick Paulate and Manilyn Reynes, directed by Soxy Topacio. Bautista played the title role in Indie film Hermana Fausta (2009).

Coney Reyes

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Shortly after Ysabella ended, she starred in Maalaala Mo Kaya (2009) episode Tattoo alongside Rodjun Cruz, Jim Paredes, and Maureen Mauricio. Twelve years after Biyudo si Daddy, Biyuda si Mommy (1997), Reyes made her comeback to the film industry to star alongside Bea Alonzo, Derek Ramsay, and Sam Milby in And I Love You, a film revolving around three lovers. In 2010, Reyes made another return to television in Rubi (2010), a remake of the 2004 Mexican Televisa series of the same name.

Alicia Alonzo

She is the mother of actor JonJon Hernandez, with former actor Ross Rival (eldest brother of Phillip Salvador). * 1984 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actress Bago Kumalat Ang Kamandag (1983). 1983 Won Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Bago Kumalat Ang Kamandag (1983). 1983 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actress Bambang (1982). 1982 Nominated Gawad Urian Award Best Supporting Actress Playgirl (1981). 1978 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Actress Tahan Na Empoy, Tahan (1977). 1978 Nominated Gawad Urian Award Best Actress Tahan Na Empoy, Tahan (1977). 1973 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actress Villa Miranda (1972).

Actor

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Character actor. Child actor. Commedia dell'arte. Dramatis personæ. Droll. Extra (acting). Farce. GOTE. Kabuki. Leading actor. Lists of actors. Matinee idol. Meisner technique. Mime artist. Movie star. Music hall. Pantomime. Pornographic film actor. Practical Aesthetics. Presentational and representational acting. Supporting actor. Understudy. Vaudeville. Voice acting. Csapo, Eric, and William J. Slater. 1994. The Context of Ancient Drama. Ann Arbor: The U of Michigan P. ISBN: 0-472-08275-2. Elam, Keir. 1980. The Semiotics of Theatre and Drama. New Accents Ser. London and New York: Methuen. ISBN: 0-416-72060-9. Weimann, Robert. 1978.

List of Filipino actors

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This is a list of present and past notable Filipino actors in stage, film and television in the Philippines, in alphabetical order by first name. This is for male actors only, Philippine actresses are located in the 'List of Filipino actresses'. *Uma Khouny (b. 1981) *Xian Lim (b. 1989) Abel Estanislao (b. 1995). Abra (b. 1990). Abraham Cruz. Ace Vergel (1952–2007). Addy Raj (b. 1995). Aga Muhlach (b. 1969). Ahron Villena (b. 1987). AJ Dee (b. 1982). AJ Muhlach (b. 1992). AJ Perez (1993–2011). Akihiro Sato (b. 1983). Al Tantay (b. 1956). Albert Martinez (b. 1963). Albie Casiño (b. 1993). Alden Richards (b. 1992). Alex Castro (b. 1985). Alex Medina (b. 1986). Alfie Anido (1959–1981).

Gawad Urian Award

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Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor (Best Actor). Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktres (Best Actress). Pinakamahusay na Pangalawang Aktor (Best Supporting Actor). Pinakamahusay na Pangalawang Aktres (Best Supporting Actress). Pinakamahusay na Dulang Pampelikula (Best Screenplay). Pinakamahusay na Sinematograpiya (Best Cinematography). Pinakamahusay na Disenyong Pamproduksyon (Best Production Design). Pinakamahusay na Editing (Best Editing). Pinakamahusay na Musika (Best Music). Pinakamahusay na Tunog (Best Sound). Pinakamahusay na Maikling Pelikula (Best Short Film).

Sarsi Emmanuelle

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She also starred in Mario O'Hara's Bed Sins (1985) with Al Tantay, in Lino Brocka's White Slavery (1985) with Ricky Davao, in Elwood Perez's Silip (1986) with Mark Joseph, and Romy Suzara's Nude City (1986) with Ernie Garcia. Emmanuelle appeared in the action movie Gabi Na, Kumander'' (1986) with Phillip Salvador, Bembol Roco and Dindo Fernando. Her life story featured in the ABS-CBN's Maalaala Mo Kaya TV series in 2003 (played by Aubrey Miles). She played as the adoptive mother of Bea Alonzo in the TV series It Might Be You (2003–2004). * Sarsi Emmanuelle blogspot be:Сарс Эмануэль ru:Эммануэль, Сарси Sarsi Emmanuelle Movies Ads in video48. Sarsi Emmanuelle blogspot.

Elizabeth Oropesa

.; Si Rafael at Raquel (1976) and Hide and Seek sa Manila, Makati (1977) with Christopher de Leon; Mother and Daughter (1975) with Paraluman and Vic Vargas; Katawang Lupa (1975) with Eddie Gutierrez; Uhaw na Dagat (1981) with Gloria Diaz and Isabel Rivas; Iking boxer (1975) with Chiquito; Nueva Vizcaya (1974) with Vic Vargas; Si Malakas, Si Maganda at Si Mahinhin (1981) with Alma Moreno and Dindo Fernando; and Palabra de Honor (1983) with Eddie Garcia.

Jess Lapid Jr.

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Then he works as guesting with drama actor Coco Martin in FPJ's Ang Probinsyano (2016) of ABS-CBN. Lapid was born on March 22, 1962 in Caloocan City, Philippines to the late veteran actor Jess Lapid Sr. and Bella Flake-Lapid and nephew to Jose Lapid. He is the cousin of actor-politician Lito Lapid and uncle to Mark Lapid, an actor turned politician. His father was murdered when he was 9. Lapid decided to enter showbiz at the age of 17. During his father's 10th death anniversary Lapid watched his cousin Lito's movie in his late father's life story The Jess Lapid Story. His cousin, Lito Lapid is also a film and television actor.

Greggy Liwag

Greggy Liwag is a former Filipino actor. In 1984 he married Rosita Capuyon, Miss Philippines, 1983. They have three children, Nicole, John and Christopher. Since 1989, Liwag and his family reside in the USA. He appeared in movies such as Stepsisters (1979) with Lorna Tolentino, Tambay Sa Disco (1980) with Alma Moreno, High School Scandal (1981) with Gina Alajar, Palengke Queen (1982) with Nora Aunor, and Puppy Love (1982) with Janice de Belen. He did bold films such as Bomba Queen (1985) with Sarsi Emmanuelle, Paano Ang Aking Gabi? (1985) with Lala Montelibano, and Desperada (1986) with Vida Verde, among others. He was formerly linked to actress Pia Moran. *

Dina Bonnevie

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Theresa's College, Manila and finished her elementary and secondary education at St. Agnes' Academy in Legazpi City, where she was very active in drama guilds. In 1979, she was first runner-up in Miss Magnolia contest, where Joanna Paras took home the title. In 1980 she enrolled in Communication Arts at the Ateneo de Manila University and, later, the University of the Philippines, unfortunately, she did not graduate and finish her degree. Introduced by young actor Alfie Anido to director Joey Gosiengfiao, she first appeared in teen dramas Underage (1980) and Temptation Island (1980), but her breakout movie was Katorse (1980) with Anido and Gabby Concepcion.