Monday, May 29, 2006
# Antipolo Massacre (1993) - Cesar Montano
# Lipa Massacre (1994) - Joel Torre
# Lucas Abelardo (1994) - Roi Vinzon
# Maalaala mo kaya: The Movie (1994) - Richard Gomez
Saturday, May 27, 2006
# Alyas Waway (1993) - Cesar Montano
# May minamahal (1993) - Aga Muhlach
# Sakay (1993) - Julio Diaz (I)
# Tumbasan mo ng buhay (1993) - Rudy Fernandez (I)
Friday, May 26, 2006
# Humanda ka mayor (1993) - Dick Israel
# Lumuhod ka sa lupa (1993) - Tirso Cruz III
# Mario Sandoval (1993) - Joonee Gamboa
# Sakay (1993) - Pen Medina
Thursday, May 25, 2006
# Bayani (1992) - Julio Diaz (I)
# Ikaw pa lang ang minahal (1992) - Richard Gomez
# Lucio Margallo (1993) - Phillip Salvador
# Sa aking puso: The Marcos 'Bong' Manalang Story (1992) - Romnick Sarmenta
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
* Ikaw pa lang ang minahal (1992) - Eddie Gutierrez (I)
* Sinungaling mong puso (1992) - Gabby Concepcion
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
# Bingbong: The Vincent Crisologo Story (1991) - Rudy Fernandez (I)
# Boyong Manalac: Hoodlum Terminator (1991) - Eddie Garcia (I)
# Contreras Gang (1991) - Edu Manzano
# Una kang naging akin (1991) - Gabby Concepcion
Monday, May 22, 2006
# Boyong Manalac: Hoodlum Terminator (1991) - Dick Israel
# Huwag mong salingin ang sugat ko (1991) - Daniel Fernando
# Kislap sa dilim (1991) - Gabby Concepcion
# Mongolian Barbecue (1991) - Leo Martinez (II)
Sunday, May 21, 2006
Nora Aunor was born Nora Cabaltera Villamayor on May 21, 1953 in Iriga, Camarines Sur. Acknowledged as the only Superstar of Philippine entertainment, she is a multi-awarded Filipino actress-singer. She as excelled in numeours stage plays, television shows, and concerts.
She won the Tawag ng Tanghalan in 1967 and has recorded more than two dozen albums and scores of hit singles. In addition, she has also awarded countless gold and platinum record awards.
His love team with Tirso Cruz the III was so popular to the Noranias that a doll was named Maria Theresa as their symbol of love.
Aunor has starred in more than 170 films and has reaped numerous local acting awards, three international best actress trophies and several industry citations. Her films have been showcased in numerous international film festivals such as Cannes, Berlin, Moscow, New York and Hawaii. On screen, she has starred with the leading men of her time, including Joseph Estrada, who became the country’s president in 1998.
Among the notable films are:
A story about a visionary, Himala was the first and only Filipino film ever to qualify in the Competition Section of the Berlin International Film Festival (1983).
Aunor carries the distinction of hosting the longest-running musical variety show in Philippine television. Her show "Superstar" ran for almost two decades.
Also known in the Philippines as "Ate Guy", she acquired a following of fans known as Noranians, whose devotion to their idol was only matched by the fans of her contemporary Vilma Santos (known as Vilmanians). Although the rivalry between Noranians and Vilmanians remained mostly friendly, there have been times when clashes occurred in the streets of Manila.
A mother of five, her marriage to another multi-awarded local actor, Christopher de Leon, was annulled in the late 1990s.
In 2002, Aunor made her first TV show in decades and her first soap opera, entitled, Bituin, opposite Philippine's premier villain, Cherie Gil, aired on ABS-CBN Broadcasting Network.
Although she retains her Philippine citizenship, Aunor has spent much of her time in recent years in California, where she has a home.
Aunor was arrested on March 30, 2005 when airport screeners at Los Angeles International Airport stopped her on her way to Oakland, California and allegedly found 7.7 grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride (known in the Philippines as shabu} in her carry-on bag, and a glass pipe wrapped in a T-shirt. The day following her arrest, Aunor was released after posting a $10,000 bail. At the reading of the charge against her on April 21, she pleaded not guilty. The trial has been set for December 16, 2005.
On March 29, 2006 Aunor changed her plea to guilty to the charge of possession of a controlled substance. She entered a drug-diversion program and subsequently the criminal proceedings against her have been suspended while she is in the program. The charges against her are expected to be dropped once she completes her rehabilitation.
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Friday, May 19, 2006
from left to right; ricky davao, tirso cruz III and katrina halili
# Florencio Dino Public Enemy No. 1 (1989) - Ramon 'Bong' Revilla Jr.
# Imortal (1989) - Christopher De Leon
# Ipaglalaban ko (1989) - Rudy Fernandez (I)
# Joe Pring: Homicide Manila Police (1989) - Phillip Salvador
# Lihim ng golden buddha (1989) - Jestoni Alarcon
# Tatak ng isang api (1989) - Ronnie Ricketts
Thursday, May 18, 2006
# Angel Molave (1990) - Efren Reyes Jr.
# Ayaw matulog ng gabi (1990) - Eddie Rodriguez (II)
# Kapag langit ang humatol (1990) - Jeffrey Santos
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
# Angel Molave (1990) - Phillip Salvador
# Barumbado (1990) - Robin Padilla
# Isa-isahin ko kayo (1990) - Ronnie Ricketts
# Kaaway ng batas (1990) - Rudy Fernandez (I)
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
# Babangon ako't dudurugin kita (1989) - Bembol Roco
# Bukas ay akin, Ang (1989) - Cesar Montano
# Delima Gang (1989) - Efren Reyes Jr.
# Joe Pring: Homicide Manila Police (1989) - Johnny Delgado
# Macho Dancer (1988) - Allan Paule
# Pahiram ng isang umaga (1989) - Eric Quizon
Monday, May 15, 2006
Sunday, May 14, 2006
A handsome hunk with features that made him look a bit like the late actor Chistopher Reeve, Miguel Rodriguez gave Richard Gomez a run for his money. Actually, the two were once together in the sitcom "Palibhasa Lalake" with Joey Marquez completing the wackiness.
Miguel was leading man material, paired opposite the likes of Sharon Cuneta and Snooky Serna. In 1989, he even had three leading ladies in the movie inspired by a popular song, "Si Aida, Si Lorna o Si Fe".
Although not as in-demand in the mid-90's as he was in the late 80's, Miguel was still one of the hot guys, appearing in Dawn Zulueta starrer "The Maggie Dela Riva Story" (1994) and Kris Aquino's "Saan Ako Nagkamali" and His last movie was "Huwag Mong Isuko ang Laban" (1995).
Mstery remains to cloak the death of actor and once-upon-a-time politician Miguel Rodriguez whose to His Gunshot body was discovered last February 7, 1998 by household help inside his house in BF Homes Internal Village, Talon, Las Piñas City.Speculations are running high on the real cause of the actor's death. A certain Bernadette Puno, who claimed to be a cousin of Rodriguez, said the actor died due to "collapsed pancreas."
Other Nominees:# Bukas sisikat din ang araw (1988) - Ernie Garcia (III)
# Kumander Dante (1988) - Paquito Diaz
# Magkano ang iyong dangal (1989) - Joel Torre
# Natutulog pa ang diyos (1988) - Dante Rivero
# Patrolman (1988) - Dick Israel
Saturday, May 13, 2006
Friday, May 12, 2006
Thursday, May 11, 2006
Her name is Judy Anne Lumagui, better known by her screen name Judy Ann Santos. She was born on May 11, 1978.
She starred in the GMA's tearjerker Kaming Mga Ulila directed by Argel Joseph in 1986. She also starred in the soap opera headliner in IBC-13's Ula, Ang Batang Gubat.
She appeared as child star in Mother Lily's Regal Films and other independent film outfits.
It was in Mara Clara where she gained popularity with Glady Reyes as the villainess.
It lasted for five years and produced the Juday-Wowie tandem.
Juday's first lead movie role under the direction of Boots Plata, Star Cinema finally took notice and offered Juday her first movie under the production outfit - appropriately a movie version of Mara Clara was a hit.
When ABS-CBN wanted to start featuring young artists as headliners in their Star Drama Theater Presents anthology, Juday was the pioneer. To this day, she holds the distinction of being the only young star that was featured three times (four episodes each). In 1999, Juday was given her own Judy Ann Drama Special anthology after Esperanza ended. Despite the word drama in the title, she actually tackled a variety of roles, shifting from drama to comedy to action to horror to fantasy and back to drama.
Juday is a four-time recipient of the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation award.
Her love tandem with Wowie de Guzman produced 12 films. Rico Yan also became a screen partner but not for long.
In Esperanza, the new love team of Piolo Pascual was born.
Juday continued to enjoy the best of both worlds. She became a most-sought after leading lady - teaming up with the likes of Mark Anthony Fernandez (1997's Ako Ba Ang Nasa Puso MO? directed by Jose Javier Reyes), Jao Mapa (1997's Babae directed by Lupita Kashiwahara), Onemig Bondoc (1998's I’m Sorry My Love directed by then first-time filmmaker Joyce Bernal), Carlo Munoz (2001's Luv Txt directed by Rowell Santiago), Bong Revilla (2000's Minsan Ko Lang Sasabihin directed by Danilo P. Cabreira) and Cesar Montano (1997's Sanggano directed by Toto Natividad). She also became the other-half of another love team. After a supporting role in 1999's Metro Manila Film Festival entry Esperanza directed by Jerry Lopez Sineneng, Piolo Pascual earned leading man status together with Leandro Munoz in Kahit Isang Saglit (2000, directed by Gilbert Perez). Sans a love triangle, it was just Juday and Piolo sweating it out in the boxing ring of love in Bakit 'Di Totohanin (2001, directed by Boots Plata). Both movies passed the 100 Million peso mark despite the prevailing industry slump back then.
Nobyo niya si Ryan Agoncillo at balak nilang magpakasal sa madaling panahon.
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Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Monday, May 08, 2006
# Agaw armas (1986) - Mark Gil
# Anak ng supremo (1986) - Mario Montenegro (II)
# Huwag mo kaming isumpa (1986) - Ronaldo Valdez
# Magdusa ka! (1986) - Dindo Fernando
# Magkayakap sa magdamag (1986) - George Estregan
# Muslim Magnum .357 (1986) - Paquito Diaz
Sunday, May 07, 2006
Saturday, May 06, 2006
Famas Best Supporting Actors 1985- DANTE RIVERO * Sa dibdib ng Sierra Madre (1985)
# Ano ang kulay ng mukha ng Diyos? (1985) - Edu Manzano
# God Saves Me (1985) - Tommy Abuel
# Miguelito: Batang rebelde (1985) - Aga Muhlach
# Paradise Inn (1985) - Lito Anzures
# Paro-parung buking (1983) - George Estregan
# Partida (1985) - Miguel Rodriguez (I)
Friday, May 05, 2006
Thursday, May 04, 2006
* Sampung ahas ni Eva (1984) - Celso Ad. Castillo
* Sister Stella L. (1984) - Tony Santos Sr.
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
Famas Best Actor 1983-EDDIE GARCIA * Minsan pa nating hagkan ang nakaraan
# Broken Marriage (1983) - Christopher De Leon
# Karnal (1983) - Phillip Salvador
# Sumuko ka na Ronquillo (1983) - Rudy Fernandez (I)
Tuesday, May 02, 2006
Monday, May 01, 2006
He was born Eduardo Verchez García on 2 May 1921 in Sorsogon, Philippines. Popularly known as Manoy he is a Filipino movie and televison actor and movie director as well. He is a former member of the Philippine Scouts in Okinawa during World War II. He made his first movie, Siete Infantes de Lara in 1949.
A perennial kontrabida during the early part of his acting career before he became a leading man in both action and sex comedy films in the l990s, Eddie was already a lead star in the immortal Siete Infantes de Lara with Manuel Conde Jr., Mario Montenegro and Johnny Monteiro. During this period, he was the usual villain or kontrabida in most Sampaguita Picture films. Among these films were Sino ang Maysala? with Romeo Vasquez, Amalia Fuentes and Paraluman, Taga sa Bato with Luis Gonzales, Paraluman, Lolita Rodriguez and Van de Leon. He was still the favorite villain of the king of Philippine Movies, Fernando Poe, Jr. in most of the films produced by FPJ Films.
He is also known to play the part of Leandro Montemayor, the fictional Philippine President on the television drama series, "Kung Mawawala Ka" (When You're Gone), and gave him his first Best Actor in a Drama Series in the 2002 Star Awards.
He also played a part as Lolo Carlos (Grandfather Carlos) in the Filipino-American film, The Debut, and as Lolo Sinat (Grandfather Sinat) in the film, Deathrow.
He is the only person in the Philippines to be a Hall of Fame inductee of the FAMAS in three categories: Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Director.
He is the only performer in Philippine movie history to win three consecutive FAMAS Awards: Best Supporting Actor Awards for Taga sa Bato (1957), Condenado (1958) and Tanikalang Apoy (1959).
He is the most awarded person in the long history of the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards. He garnered 6 Best Supporting Actor wins, 5 Best Actor wins and 5 Best Director wins, 3 Hall of Fame Awards and 1 Lifetime Achievement Award. He was awarded his first FAMAS Award in 1957 and his last FAMAS, a Hall of Fame for Best Actor, in 2003.
The first actor to be inducted in the FAMAS Best Supporting Actor Hall of Fame of the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences in 1974.
He's active both in the movies and television at the age of more than 80.
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