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.wikipedia
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Deathrow (film)

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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... Ina (2001), Bwakaw (2012), and Rainbow's Sunset (2018), which marked his last film appearance in his lifetime.
The film received numerous awards, including Best Actor (Eddie Garcia), Best Production Design (Joey Luna) and Best Film Editing (Jess Navarro and Kelly N. Cruz) at the 2000 Metro Manila Film Festival.

List of awards and nominations received by Eddie Garcia

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Garcia received numerous awards throughout his career, garnering a total of 43 wins and 38 nominations from notable award-giving bodies.
Filipino actor Eddie Garcia has earned 43 notable awards.

Bwakaw

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... Ina (2001), Bwakaw (2012), and Rainbow's Sunset (2018), which marked his last film appearance in his lifetime.
Eddie Garcia stars as a lonely gay man in his 70s who cares for a stray dog he named bwakaw.

Abakada... Ina

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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... Ina (2001), Bwakaw (2012), and Rainbow's Sunset (2018), which marked his last film appearance in his lifetime.
Abakada... Ina is a 2001 Filipino drama movie, directed by Eddie Garcia and written by Shaira Mella Salvador.

The Debut (2001 film)

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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... Ina (2001), Bwakaw (2012), and Rainbow's Sunset (2018), which marked his last film appearance in his lifetime.
The arrival of the Mercado family’s overbearing patriarch (Eddie Garcia) exacerbates tensions between father and son, while the temptation to ditch the relatives to be with his friends at a kegger across town tugs at Ben throughout the evening.

FAMAS Award for Best Supporting Actor

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He is the only individual to be inducted in three categories in the FAMAS Hall of Fame: for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director.

FAMAS Award for Best Actor

Best Actor
He is the only individual to be inducted in three categories in the FAMAS Hall of Fame: for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director.

FAMAS Award for Best Director

Best Director
He is the only individual to be inducted in three categories in the FAMAS Hall of Fame: for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director.

Rainbow's Sunset

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... Ina (2001), Bwakaw (2012), and Rainbow's Sunset (2018), which marked his last film appearance in his lifetime.
Rainbow's Sunset is a 2018 Filipino family drama LGBT-themed film directed by Joel Lamangan, starring Eddie Garcia, Tony Mabesa and Gloria Romero.

Little Nanay

Later in his career, he starred in television programs including Little Nanay (2015–2016) and Ang Probinsyano (2016–2019).

Ang Probinsyano

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Later in his career, he starred in television programs including Little Nanay (2015–2016) and Ang Probinsyano (2016–2019). He transferred to ABS-CBN and portrayed Don Emilio on the longest-running action television show in the history of Philippine television entitled Ang Probinsyano with Coco Martin from 2016 until 2019.

The Woman Hunt

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... Ina (2001), Bwakaw (2012), and Rainbow's Sunset (2018), which marked his last film appearance in his lifetime.
Mercenaries Tony (John Ashley), Silas (Sid Haig) and Karp (Ken Metcalfe) kidnap women and take them to an island, where a wealthy man named Spyros (Eddie Garcia) assembles a group to hunt the women.

Weighed But Found Wanting

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He was in National Artist & director Lino Brocka's Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang (1974), Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon (1976) and Miguelito: Ang Batang Rebelde (1985), among other films.
The films stars Christopher De Leon (in his debut role), Hilda Koronel, Lolita Rodriguez and Eddie Garcia.

Asian Film Award for Best Actor

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Garcia is the only Filipino to receive the Asian Film Award for Best Actor.

Mano Po

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He was awarded the Best Actor for the movie Mano Po in 2002.
Eddie Garcia and Boots Anson-Roa play the patriarch and matriarch of the Go clan respectively.

Beast of the Yellow Night

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... Ina (2001), Bwakaw (2012), and Rainbow's Sunset (2018), which marked his last film appearance in his lifetime.

Kung Mawawala Ka

He earned his first Best Actor in a Drama Series award at the 2002 Star Awards for portraying the role of Leandro Montemayor, the fictional Philippine President in the television drama series Kung Mawawala Ka from GMA 7.

Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival

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In 2005, he played the lead role (a senior citizen coming to terms with his mortality) in Rica Arevalo’s ICU Bed #7—an entry in the first Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival—for which he won best actor.

ML (film)

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Garcia's last notable works were ML, an entry of 14th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival which he portrayed as Colonel dela Cruz, a retired METROCOM colonel suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, leading him to believe that he is still living in the days of the Marcos dictatorship, with his performance on his movie won Gawad Urian's Best Actor in the following year during the time Garcia went comatose after his accident, and Hintayan ng Langit, an entry of 2018 QCinema International Film Festival starring opposite Gina Pareño, as Manolo who was reunited with his ex-girlfriend in Purgatory.
ML is a 2018 Philippine independent film written and directed by Benedict Mique Jr., starring Eddie Garcia as a retired METROCOM Colonel suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, leading him to believe that he is still living in the days of the Marcos dictatorship.

Gawad Urian for Best Actor

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Garcia's last notable works were ML, an entry of 14th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival which he portrayed as Colonel dela Cruz, a retired METROCOM colonel suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, leading him to believe that he is still living in the days of the Marcos dictatorship, with his performance on his movie won Gawad Urian's Best Actor in the following year during the time Garcia went comatose after his accident, and Hintayan ng Langit, an entry of 2018 QCinema International Film Festival starring opposite Gina Pareño, as Manolo who was reunited with his ex-girlfriend in Purgatory.

Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon

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He was in National Artist & director Lino Brocka's Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang (1974), Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon (1976) and Miguelito: Ang Batang Rebelde (1985), among other films.

Coco Martin

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He transferred to ABS-CBN and portrayed Don Emilio on the longest-running action television show in the history of Philippine television entitled Ang Probinsyano with Coco Martin from 2016 until 2019.
Together with Martin, Gonzales and Martínez, Arron Villaflor, Eddie Garcia, Zsa Zsa Padilla and Gina Pareño played supporting roles.

Philippine Scouts

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Garcia served with the Philippine Scouts right after World War II and was stationed as a military policeman in Okinawa, Japan.

Metro Manila Film Festival

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He went back to directing and produced Atsay in 1978 which won Best Picture at the Metro Manila Film Festival, starring Nora Aunor.

FAMAS Award

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He is the only individual to be inducted in three categories in the FAMAS Hall of Fame: for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director.
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