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

Jaclyn Jose

Jacklyn Jose
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.

Philippines

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The arrival of Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese explorer leading a fleet for the Spanish, in Homonhon, Eastern Samar in 1521 marked the beginning of Hispanic colonization. In 1543, Spanish explorer Ruy López de Villalobos named the archipelago Las Islas Filipinas in honor of Philip II of Spain. With the arrival of Miguel López de Legazpi from Mexico City, in 1565, the first Hispanic settlement in the archipelago was established. The Philippines became part of the Spanish Empire for more than 300 years. This resulted in Catholicism becoming the dominant religion.

Liz Alindogan

Her first movie was Dolphy's Angels in 1980 with Carmi Martin, Anna Marie Gutierrez, Yehlen Catral and Dolphy. She did also sexy movies in mid-'80s such as Heartache City with Maria Isabel Lopez, Escort Girls with Jacklyn Jose, Unang Karanasan with George Estregan, Company Of Women with Mark Gil, Mga Nakaw Na Sandali with Ronaldo Valdez, and The Diary Of Vietnam Rose. She became the leading lady of action stars like Fernando Poe, Jr. in Ang Panday, Ang Aguila At Falcon, and Sierra Madre, Rudy Fernandez in Wanted: Sabas, Dante Varona in Nagbabagang Lupa... Nagbabagang Araw, Ace Vergel in Kapwa Simaron, and Jess Lapid, Jr. in Cuadro De Alas.

Rudy Fernandez (actor)

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He has one son, Mark Anthony Fernandez, with former partner Alma Moreno and two sons, Raphael Fernandez and Renz Fernandez with Lorna Tolentino, his wife. His grandson Grae (son of Mark Anthony Fernandez) joined showbiz. He was survived by his wife, sons, and cousins; consequently, as he is the Padilla brothers' cousin, his grandson, Grae Fernandez, is the nephew of teen king Daniel Padilla. During the 2001 elections, Fernandez ran for mayor of Quezon City under the banner of the Puwersa ng Masa.

Maria Isabel Lopez

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Maria Isabel Lopez (born 14 September 1958), is a Filipino movie and television actress.

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.

List of Filipino actresses

Filipino actorActorActress
Anna Marie Gutierrez. Anna Larrucea (b. 1984). Anna Theresa Licaros (b. 1984). Annabelle Huggins (b. 1943). Annabelle Rama (b. 1952). Anne Curtis (b. 1985). Antoinette Taus (b. 1981). Ar Angel Aviles. Ara Mina (b. 1979). Arci Muñoz (b. 1989). Ariana Barouk (b. ?). Aria Clemente (b. 1995). Arianne Bautista (b. 1993). Ariella Arida (b. 1988). Aring Bautista (1920–?). Armida Siguion-Reyna (b. 1930–2019). Arny Ross (b. 1991). Arra San Agustin (b. 1995). Aruray (1920–?). Ash Ortega (b. 1998). Ashley Cabrera (b. 2010). Asia Agcaoili (b. 1983). Assunta de Rossi (b. 1981). Atang dela Rama (1903–1991). Athena (b. 1988). Aubrey Miles (b. 1978). Aurora Sevilla. Ayanna Oliva (b. 1986).

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).

Michael de Mesa

Michael de Masa
Mark Gil. Ryan Eigenmann. Sid Lucero.

Orestes Ojeda

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. He also appeared in Aubrey Miles horror-flick Sanib in 2003, in Vilma Santos Dekada 70 (2002) and Mano Po 2 (2003). He appeared in more than 115 movies and television shows. He is a Philippine School of Business Administration alumnus.

Actor

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Film actors need to learn to find and stay on their "mark." This is a position on the floor marked with tape. This position is where the lights and camera focus are optimized. Film actors also need to learn how to prepare well and perform well on screen tests. Screen tests are a filmed audition of part of the script. Unlike theater actors, who develop characters for repeat performances, film actors lack continuity, forcing them to come to all scenes (sometimes shot in reverse of the order in which they ultimately appear) with a fully developed character already.

Gawad Urian Award

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The Gawad Urian Awards are annual film awards in the Philippines held since 1977. It is given by the Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino (MPP, "the Filipino Film Critics") and is currently regarded as the counterpart of the United States' New York Film Critics Circle.

Ronnie Ricketts

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Ronaldo Naldo Ricketts, more popularly known as Ronnie Ricketts, is former President of the Philippine Film Actors Guild, and former Chairman of Optical Media Board (OMB), Philippines. He is a Filipino actor, scriptwriter, film director, line producer, and martial artist.

Manila

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The rise of Spanish Manila marked the first time in world history where all hemispheres and continents were interconnected in a worldwide trade network. Thus, making Manila, alongside Mexico and Madrid, the world's original set of Global Cities, predating the ascent of modern Alpha++ class world cities like New York or London as global financial centers, by hundreds of years. A Spanish Jesuit Priest commented that due to the confluence of many foreign languages gathering in Manila, he said that the confessional in Manila is "the most difficult in the world."

Sarsi Emmanuelle

Sarsi Emmanuel
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.

Eddie Garcia

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Garcia didn't get to finish shooting his required scenes in the movie due to the accident and it marked his last appearance in a movie. Garcia kept most of his life private, viewing his acting profession and personal life as separate. He lived a relatively simple life without any luxury cars and expensive equipment. Throughout his career, he had been known for his professionalism, and evaded intrigues and controversies linking him to any of his fellow co-stars. Marichu Maceda, a film producer, described Garcia as "a disciplined and independent person, carrying things on his own without needing assistants or managers despite being popular".

Daria Ramirez

Daria Ramírez
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.

Vilma Santos

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Vilma Santos-Recto (born November 3, 1953) is a highly distinguished Filipino actress and politician. She is known as the Star for all Seasons for her various roles in different genres of her movies and holds the titles of Grand Slam Queen, Queen of Queens, and as the longest reigning box office queen of Philippine cinema. She was hailed as the Enduring Grand Dame of the Philippine Film Industry by a foreign critic at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, the first Filipina actress to be bestowed such a title. Santos is also a prominent politician, and had served as Governor of Batangas for three consecutive terms and as mayor of Lipa City for also three consecutive terms.

List of Regal Entertainment films

This is the list of theatrical feature films founded in 1962 owned by Regal Entertainment.

List of Filipino actors

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Mark Andaya (b. 1981). Mark Anthony Fernandez (b. 1979). Mark Bautista (b. 1983). Mark Gil (1961–2014). Mark Herras (b. 1986). Mark Joseph. Mark Lapid (b. 1980). Marky Cielo (1988–2008). Marky Lopez. Marlo Mortel (b. 1993). Marrion Gopez (b. 1992). Mart Escudero (b. 1990). Martin Nievera (b. 1962). Martin del Rosario (b. 1991). Marvin Agustin (b. 1979). Mat Ranillo III (b. 1956). Matt Evans (b. 1986). Matteo Guidicelli (b. 1990). Max Alvarado (1929–1997). McCoy de Leon (b. 1995). Mel Martinez. Melissa Hipolito (b. 1995). Michael de Mesa (b. 1960). Michael Pangilinan (b. 1995). Michael V. (b. 1969). Mico Palanca (b. 1978). Miggs Cuaderno (b. 2004). Miggy Tolentino (b. 1996).

Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin

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Maureen Mauricio as Caring. Kenji Marquez as Jake. Robin da Rosa as Carlos. Ruel Vernal as Badong. Tom Olivar as Malvar. Georgina Sandico as Gigi.

Cherie Gil

Cherie
Cherie Gil is the daughter of Filipino singer-actors Eddie Mesa and Rosemarie Gil, and sister of fellow actors, Michael de Mesa and Mark Gil. She was formerly married to Rony Rogoff, a violinist; the couple has two children, Bianca and Raphael. She also has another child, Jeremiah David, from a previous relationship. Cherie Gil started in showbiz at an early age being the daughter of celebrities and sibling of equally-talented actors. She was cast either as a daughter or part of a circle of friends of the lead actor. However, she was given a lead star status in Bubot na Bayabas in 1978 opposite another newbie, Ronald Bregendahl (Rita Gomez and Ric Rodrigo's son).

Carmi Martin

Carmi
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.

Rosemarie Gil

They have three children who also became actors Michael De Mesa, Mark Gil and Cherie Gil. 1982 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actress Dear Heart (1981). 1978 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actress Burlesk Queen (1977). 1978 Nominated Gawad Urian Award Best Supporting Actress Burlesk Queen (1977). 1977 Won Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Burlesk Queen (1977). 1974 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actress Florinda (1973). Magkaagaw (Tv series; 2019). Ngayon at Kailanman (TV series; 2018). Hiram (TV series; 2004). Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka (TV series; 2001). Noriega: God's Favorite (TV movie) (2000). ''May Bukas Pa (TV series; 1999-2001).