Saturday, June 30, 2007


image of Giselle Toengi

Discovered by an agent in a mall at the age of 16, Giselle (known simply by her legions of fans as "G") began working immediately, as a model, adding film /television actress, singer, dancer, television personality, and recording artist to her list along the way.

Giselle’s current wave of success not only in her home country but abroad, (She garnered a Best supporting actress award for the Manila Film Festival and was chosen to represent the Philippine film community at the Toronto Film Festival) has brought her to Los Angeles to continue to pursue her career, specifically in film and television.

She is the epitome of racial diversity, her mother being Filipino and her father- Swiss. This Eurasian is usually mistaken for a Latina- in fact in the play "Days when cocaine was king" which was staged at the Renegade Theatre in North Hollywood she played the lead role of Juanita, a singing salsa dancer who falls for a white boy. The Daily Variety heralded "Tongi radiates such a deep sensuality…".

She is currently based in Los Angeles with her husband Tim and daughter, Sakura Anne Marie. Her family is now her number one priority but acting she says is her true passion in life. She is attached to the Hollywood film "Wages of Sin" & "Songbirds" that are both slated to start principal photography in the Philippines in mid 2007.

source: Giselle Toengi's website

* 24th Luna Awards (2006) (TV)
* 30th Metro Manila Film Festival-Philippines 2004 Awards Night (2004) (TV) (as G Toengi) [Herself-Nominee]
* Best in da West 2, Da (1997)
* Diliryo (1997) <2>
* Dugo sa pakpak ng angel (????) (TV) <1>
* Enteng Kabisote: Okay ka fairy, the legend (2004) [Ina Magenta] <4>
* Ganito ako magmahal (1999) <3>
* Gimik: The Reunion (1999) [Gina] <4>
* Hinahanap-hanap kita (1999) [Jenny] <2>
* Istokwa (1996) <2>
* Kabilin-bilinan ni Lola (1996) <3>
* Kahit kailan (1997) <4>
* Langit sa piling mo (1997) [Felipa] <2>
* Luksong tinik (1999) <3>

* S'yempre ikaw pa rin (1996) <2>
* Sa sandaling kailangan mo ako (1998) (as G. Toengi) [Stella]
* Sonny Segovia: Lumakad ka sa apoy (1998) <2>
* Taguan (1996)
* Tumutol man ang tadhana (1998)
* Tunay na mahal (2000) [Moira] <3>
* Wala ka nang puwang sa mundo (1997) [Shirley] <2>
* Year and a Day, A (2005) [Date]
* "Beh! Bote nga!" (1999)
* "Gimik" (1996) [Gina de Leon] <8>
* "Hokus Pokus" (2005) {(2006-10-14)}
* "Mulawin" (2004) [Ynang Reyna]

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Friday, June 29, 2007


Olivia Cenizal BIOGRAPHY

Olivia Cenizal

Olivia Cenizal (born October 21, 1926) is best known as a Philippines actress who was regarded as one of the most beautiful acrtresses in Filipino cinema in the 1950's.

She was born Gloria Ruiz Maigue in Imus, Cavite into a musical family. Her film debut was in Palahamak made in 1955. After that, she played a number of leading roles as a princess. She was nominated for best actress in Filipino movie awards but was unsuccessful.

She married Josefino Cenizal a composer before she became an actress. Her name was changed to Olivia because Gloria Romero was already prominent in the local cinema and she looked like Olivia de Havilland.

ook up Home Economics at the Holy Ghost College.

Courted by composer Josefino Cenizal when she was just 14, they eloped when she was 19. Cenizal, who was a musical director for films, asked her to accompany him to movie functions, and she was spotted by the Santiago brothers.

Grew up in a musically inclined family; the youngest, she played the cello; her eldest sister Sonny played the piano, and the second girl, Nieves, played the violin.

She was given the screen name "Olivia" because of her resemblance to Hollywood actress Olivia de Havilland.

She sang in most of her movies; she played the cello in real life.

Cirio H. Santiago encouraged her to try her luck in acting. She was immediately included in the cast of 'Palahamak (1955)' when she agreed to act.

* 1955 - Palahamak - Premiere Production
* 1955 - Minera - Premiere Production
* 1955 - Ha Cha Cha - People's Pictures
* 1955 - Pangako ng Puso - Larry Santiago Production
* 1955 - Pandanggo ni Neneng - Premiere Production
* 1955 - Pitong Maria - Larry Santiago
* 1956 - Desperado - People's Pictures
* 1956 - Margarita - People's Pictures
* 1956 - Prinsipe Villarba - People's Pictures
* 1956 - Haring Espada - People's Pictures
* 1957 - Libre Comida - Balatbat Pictures
* 1957 - Bicol Express - Premiere Production
* 1957 - Prinsipe Alejandre - Premiere Production
* 1958 - Man on the Run - Cirio H. Santiago Film Organization
* 1958 - Water Lily - Premiere Production
* 1958 - Obra-Maestra - People's Pictures

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Thursday, June 28, 2007


Eddie Rodriguez

Eddie Rodriguez<br />

Eddie Rodriguez is one of the greatest dramatic actors of Philippine cinema, he starred in such classics directed by Gregorio Fernandez as Kundiman ng Lahi, Luksang Tagumpay and Malvarosa with Charito Solis, Rebecca del Rio and Vic Silayan for LVN Pictures, Inc in 1959.

Together, with Lolita and Marlene, he formed the love triangle which made movie hits
one after another. It all started with Sapagkat Kami ay Tao Lamang (1963), Hindi Nahahati ang Langit (1965), Kay Tagal ng Umaga (1965, Saan ka MAn Naroroon (1966),
Kapag Puso'y Sinugatan (1967 and Sino ang May KArapatan, (1968).

He won a best actor FAMAS trophy for his performance in Sapagkat Kami’y Tao Lamang where he co-starred with Lolita Rodriguez and Marlene Dauden (who won as best supporting actress) under the direction of Armando de Guzman for Hollywood Far East Productions. He tried his hands in secret agent films like Paolo Staccato and Perro Gancho. He formed Virgo Productions with wife Liza Moreno, an actress-writer who wrote stories which Eddie acted in and directed. These films included Babae, Ikaw ang Dahilan, Kasalanan Mo, Ang Pagsintang Labis, Kapag Pusoy Sinugatan, Iginuhit sa Buhangin, Alaala mo, Daigdig ko, Bakit Ako Pa?, and Ikaw. Dubbed as the country’s drama king, he also directed Kung Kailangan Mo Ako (with Sharon Cuneta and Rudy Fernandez), Maging Sino Ka Man and Di Na Natuto (with Sharon Cuneta and Robin Padilla) Minsan Pa and Kahit Konting Pagtingin (with Fernando Poe Jr. and Sharon Cuneta). His real name was Luis Enriquez from Zamboanga City.

In the later years, Eddie Rodriguez concentrated behind the camera as a director.

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Lily Marquez Biography

Lily Marquez was a nother Miss PPP (1958) winner. She appeared in Bon Voyage which was headlined by Fernando Poe, Jr. and Leonor Vergara, together with Bob Soler, Lani Oteyza, Eddie Mesa, Jose Romulo , Lauro Delgado and Lopito under the direction of Chat Gallardo for Premiere Productions Inc. Director Artemio Marquez discovered that she was perfect for playing the roles of villianess. She became the wife of actor Ronald Remy.

They have a daughter Jackie Kookooritchkin who became a TV host.

She died on march 10, 2007 from lung cancer.

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Wednesday, June 27, 2007


Johnny Delgado BIOGRAPHY

Johnny Delgado

Johnny Delgado is the son of a famous director Ben Feleo. He was a member of the Bad Bananas which included,Christopher de Leon, Al Tantay, the late Jay Ilagan and Edgar Mortiz.

He's married to another award-winning actress and director Laurice Guillen and they have a daughter who is more on the music than the showbiz industry.

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Tuesday, June 26, 2007


Orestes Ojeda BIOGRAPHY

He was born Luis Pagalilauan. He owns Art Verité located in Serendra, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.

An art collector, he hooked up with fellow art connoisseurs and opened Art Xchange gallery at Glorietta mall in Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

His passion for painting made him an ardent student of its various forms and types even its authenticity. His knowledge ultimately equipped him to make a living out of it, not as a painter, but as a businessman through auctions and trade. This passion diverted his attention away from showbiz.

A Philippine School of Business Administration alumnus.

A basketball varsity player in college years, he was bound to become a professional basketball player but show biz turned his life into another direction.

He was 20 years old when he was persuaded by director and good family friend Joey Gosiengfiao to join show business. He was formally introduced as a supporting actor in Zoom Zoom Superman, starring Ariel Ureta in 1974.

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Monday, June 25, 2007


Rosanna Ortiz BIOGRAPHY

Rosanna Ortiz

Rosanna Ortiz – She was one of those who started the bold trend in the 60’s but she became a fine actress when she won Asia ’s Best Supporting Actress for the movie Patayin Mo Sa Sindak Si Barbara , directed by Celso Ad. Castilo.

She was only 16 when she entered the movies in the late 60's.

She appeared in several sex flicks such as Hayok and Ang Magsasaging ni Pacing.
In 1971 alone, she finished 15 movies.

While other bold stas remained in bold films, she transitioned to serious and dramatic roles such as in Daluyong (1971) for Ishmael Bernal, Ang Kampana ng Santa Quiteria (1971) for FPJ for which she earned a Famas Best Supporting Actress nomination, Anthony and
Cleopatra (1972) for Dolphy and Patayin Mo sa Sindak si Barbara (1974)
for Celso Ad Castillo, where she was praised for her memorable performance.

She also appeared in Ibong Adarna with Dolphy, Panchito Alba and Babalu as the three prince brothers. She was the reason for the sensational killing of a businessman’s son which sent Eddie Fernadez and Berting Labra to prison.

# Task Force Kingfisher (1978)
# Boy pana (Terror ng Maynila '63) (1978)
... aka Boy pana (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
# Darna vs. the Planet Women (1975) .... Elektra
... aka Darna & the Planetmen (Philippines: English title)
# Araw-araw, gabi-gabi (1975)
# Savage Sisters (1974) .... Mai Ling
# Batingaw (1974)
# Patayin mo sa sindak si Barbara (1974)
... aka Celso Ad. Castillo's Patayin mo sa sindak si Barbara (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
... aka Kill Barbara with Panic (Philippines: English title)
# Zoom, Zoom, Superman! (1974) .... The Witch
# Savage! (1973)
... aka Black Valor
# Dragnet (1973)
# Fefita Fofongay (Viuda de Falayfay) (1973)
# Hiwaga ng Ibong Adarna, Ang (1972)
... aka Ibong Adarna (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
# Magiting at pusakal (1972)
# Roulette (1972)
# Apoy ng kaligayahan (1971)

# Bella Bandida (1971)
# Daluyong! (1971) .... Boots
# Kontra hari (1971)
# Udyok (1971)

# Drakulita (1969)

She was one of the bold stars during the 70's but she grduated from bold roles to dramatic when the bold movies were no longer popular.

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Sunday, June 24, 2007


Ronaldo Valdez BIOGRAPHY

RONALDO VALDEZ is Ronald Gibbs in real life. Ronaldo dreamed to become a pilot. He joined show biz in early 60's using different monicker.

He was given a break thru the help of Dolphy when he was paired with Susan Roces in the movie Taga-Ilog.

Ronaldo Valdez is married to Marife, one of the daughters of Gerry de Leon, the famous director.

He is the father of Janno and Melissa Gibbs. He's the father-in-law of Bing Loyzaga.

He is an award-winning actor in Famas, Fap and Gawad Urian.

Best Supporting Actor
for: May minamahal (1993)


Best Supporting Actor
for: Nasaan ang puso (1997)


Best Supporting Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangalawang Aktor)
for: May minamahal (1993)

1. "Kamandag" (2007) (mini) TV mini-series .... Lolo Pepe
... aka Carlo J. Capars' Kamandag (Philippines: English title: complete title)
2. "Asian Treasures" (2007) TV series .... Ulysses
3. "Bahay mo ba 'to" .... Nene Mulingtapang & Unyo (3 episodes, 2005-2006)
- The Bahay Mo Ba 'To Musical! (2006) TV episode .... Nene Mulingtapang & Unyo
- Alisbayan (2005) TV episode .... Nene Mulingtapang & Unyo
- Baby vs Nene round... ano na nga ba? (2005) TV episode .... Nene Mulingtapang & Unyo
4. Sukob (2006) .... Fred
... aka The Wedding Curse (International: English title)
5. "Sugo" (2005) TV series .... Arando
6. "Marinara" (2004) TV series .... Juan Miguel (2004)
7. Annie B. (2004)
... aka Annie B: Bida ng ukay-uka, bongga siya day (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
8. Till There Was You (2003)
9. "Bituin" (2002) TV series .... Amante Montesilverio
10. Trip (2001) .... Antonio
11. "Sa dulo ng walang hanggan" (2001) TV series .... Don Teodoro/Miguel Crisostomo

12. Mahal na kung mahal (1999)
13. Tik Tak Toys My Kolokotoys (1999) .... Don Martin
14. Sa sandaling kailangan mo ako (1998)
... aka The Moment You Need Me (International: English title)
15. Nasaan ang puso (1997)
... aka Where Is the Heart (International: English title)
16. Hanggang kailan kita mamahalin (1997)
17. Iskalawag (1997) .... Antonio
18. Isinakdal ko ang aking ina (1997)
19. "Mula sa puso" (1997) TV series .... Benjamin
20. Ikaw pala ang mahal ko (1997)
21. Ipaglaban mo: The Movie (1996)
... aka Ipaglaban mo! (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
... aka Kapag may katwiran ipaglaban mo! (Philippines: Tagalog title)
22. Virgin People 2 (1996)
23. Cedie: Ang munting prinsipe (1996)
24. The Flor Contemplacion Story (1995)
25. Campus Girls (1995)
26. Tubusin mo ng bala ang puso ko (1995)
27. Muntik na kitang minahal (1994)
28. May minamahal (1993)
29. Tumbasan mo ng buhay (1993)
30. Adan Ronquillo: Tubong Cavite... laking Tondo (1993)
... aka Ronquillo (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
31. Sa kabila ng lahat (1991)
32. Joey Boy Munti, 15 anyos ka sa Muntilupa (1991)
33. Kolehiyala (1990) .... Vicente

34. Huwag kang hahalik sa diablo (1989)
35. Lady L (1989)
36. Hot Summer (1989)
37. Napakasakit, kuya Eddie (1986) .... Mello
38. Deadly Target (1986)
39. Turuang apoy (1985)
40. Miguelito, ang batang rebelde (1985)
... aka Miguelito (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
41. Heartache City (1985) .... Richard
42. Lalakwe (1985)
43. Kapag baboy ang inutang (1985)
44. Palabra de honor (1983)
... aka Words of Honor (literal English title)
45. Pedring Taruc (1982)
46. Dear Heart (1981)
47. Mahinhin vs. mahinhin (1981) .... Peter Ferias
48. Commander Lawin (1981)
49. Langis at tubig (1980) .... Charlie
... aka Tubig at langis (Philippines: Tagalog title)

50. Ikaw at ang gabi (1979)
51. Babae... ngayon at kailanman (1977)
52. Tatlong kasalanan (1976)
53. Magsikap: Kayod sa araw, kayod sa gabi (1976)
54. Banaue (1975)
55. Fe, Esperanza, Caridad (1975) .... The devil who seduced the young novice (segment "Caridad")
56. Daigdig ng sindak at lagim (1974) .... Rosanno
57. Dalawa ang nagdalantao sa akin (1974)
58. Kung bakit dugo ang kulay ng gabi (1974)
... aka Night of the Zombies (Philippines: English title)
59. Kayod sa umaga, kayod sa gabi (1974)
60. Paruparong itim (1973)
61. Roulette (1972)
62. Daluyong! (1971) .... Raffy Ismael
63. Lilet (1971)

64. Eskinita 29 (1968)
65. Mad Doctor of Blood Island (1968) .... Carlos Lopez
... aka Blood Doctor
... aka Grave Desires (USA: reissue title)
... aka Mad Doctor of Blood Island (USA: video title)
... aka Tomb of the Living Dead
66. Kaming taga bundok (1968)
67. Giyera patani (1968)
68. Brainwash (1968)
69. Mariang kondesa (1966)
70. Pepe en Pilar (1966)

71. Huwag mo kaming isumpa (????) .... Raffy

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Saturday, June 23, 2007


Willie Sotelo BIOGRAPHY

Willie Sotelo

Willie Sotelo was a movie actor in te late 50's.

Like Bob Soler, he was also a former baskeball star. He first appeared in the 1956 film Easy Ka Lang, Padre. He was directed by Manuel Conde in Ganyan Ka Pala with Nestor de Villa, Nida Blanca and Lita Gutierrez. He also appeared in Medalyong Perlas and Xerex where he played the title role of a planetman. He is now based in California with his family.

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He died on August 20, 2010 in USA due to heart attack. (thanks for the information, Victor)


Friday, June 22, 2007


Renato del Prado

Renato del Prado<br />

He was a character actor and a dman good one. He currently resides in San Diego. One of his children Janus del Prado is following his footsteps by joining the showbiz.

# Hibla (2002)
# Bugso (2002) (TV)
# Radyo (2001) .... Policeman
... aka Radio (International: English title)

# Leon ng Maynila, Lt. Col. Romeo Maganto (1999)
... aka Maganto (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
# Pagbabalik ng probinsiyano (1998)
... aka Pagbabalik ng probinsiyano, Ang (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
# Lalaki sa buhay ni Selya, Ang (1997) .... Ambo
... aka The Man in Her Life
# Lahar (1996)
# Huwag mong isuko ang laban (1996)
# Lagalag: The Eddie Fernandez Story (1994)
# Iukit mo sa bala! (1994)
# Talahib at rosas (1994)
# Patapon (1993)
# Amang Capulong - Anak ng Tondo II (1992)
# Kahit buhay ko (1992)
# Lacson, batas ng Navotas (1992)
# Pangako sa iyo (1992)
# Dinampot ka lang sa putik (1991)
# Markang bungo (1991)
... aka Markang bungo: The Bobby Ortega Story (Philippines: English title)
... aka The Bobby Ortega Story (Philippines: English title)
# Lover's Delight (1990)
# Apoy sa lupang hinirang (1990)
# Hanggang saan ang tapang mo (1990)
# Karapatan ko ang pumatay... Kapitan Guti (1990)
# Target... Police General: Major General Alfredo Lim Story (1990)

# Bawat patak dugong Pilipino (1989)
# Delima Gang (1989)
# Sgt. Melgar (1989) .... Esteng
# Sgt. Ernesto Boy Ibanez: Tirtir Gang (1988)
# Alex Boncayao Brigade (1988)
# Family Tree (1987)
# Beloy Montemayor (1986)
# Jailbreak 1958 (1986)
# Muslim Magnum .357 (1986)
# White Slavery (1985)
# Anak ng Tondo (1985)
# Isang kumot, tatlong unan (1985)
# Death Raiders (1984)
# Gamu-gamo sa Pugad Lawin (1983)
# Estong Tutong, ikalawang yugto (1983) .... Nato
# Get My Son Dead or Alive (1982)
# Daniel Bartolo ng Sapang Bato (1982)
# Lukso ng dugo (1981)
# "Anna Liza" (1981) TV series .... Guido
# Tacio (1981)

# Salonga (1979)
# Tatay na barok (1979)
# Bitayin si... Baby Ama! (1976)

# Hamon sa kampeon (1965)
# Isinulat sa dugo (1965)
# Kumander Judo (1964)
# Umibig ay di biro (1964)

# Aking prince charming (????)
# Buenavista (????) .... Kabo Torres
# Iyo ang batas, akin ang katarungan (????)
# Magdaleno Orbos: Sa Kuko ng mga lawin (????)
... aka Magdaleno Orbos (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
# Tatlong puri (????)
# "Valiente" (????) TV series

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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Ronald Corveau

Ronald Corveau was born in 1956.He became popular in the TV soap opera Gulong ng Palad where Marianne del Riva, the leading lady became his wife. They separated however.

He appeared in the movie Atsay opposite Nora Aunor.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Ai Ai de las Alas

Ai-Ai de las Alas (born 1964), is a Filipino comedienne and film actress.

She is called with many titles including "Comedy Concert Queen" and "Tanging Ina". Only a few know that she is the mother of the infamous rapper Badong. The song, written by Lito Camo, is a dramatic yet amusing take on being a mother. The music video for the song depicts the hardships, struggles and sacrifices that a mother goes through for her child.

A single mother of three children, Ai Ai raised her kids on her own, making it a point to provide them with their basic needs -- a loving home, good education and plenty of food on the table.

She previously wed Miguel Vera with 3 children.

Among her movies were :

2007 Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo
2006 Kapag Tumibok ang Puso (Not once but Twice)
2005 Shake, Rattle and Roll 2k5
2004 Volta
2003 Pinay Pie
2003 Pakners
2003 Ang Tanging Ina
2001 Booba Gretchen/Madame X
2000 Bakit Ba Ganyan? (Ewan Ko nga ba, Darling)
1999 Kiss mo 'Ko Pola
1999 Ms. Kristina Moran, Ang Babaeng Palaban
1997 'Isang tanong, Isang Sagot



Angie Ferro

Angie Ferro is a stage and a movie actress. She played villainess in most of her movies. She appeared in Atsay as Nora Aunor's abusive employer.

1. Santa Mesa (2008) (completed) .... Lita

2. "Daisy siete" .... Adora / ... (2 episodes, 2005-2006)
- Landas (2006) TV episode .... Adora
- Ang pitong Maria (2005) TV episode .... Lola
3. Ebolusyon ng isang pamilyang pilipino (2004) .... Puring
... aka Evolution of a Filipino Family (Canada: English title: festival title) (International: English title)
... aka Ebolusyon ng pamilyang Pilipino (Philippines: Tagalog title)
4. "Darating ang umaga" (2003) TV series .... Salve

5. Uod sa laman (1998)
6. Mother Ignacia - Ang uliran (1998)
... aka Mother Ignacia (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
7. Mananayaw (1997)
... aka The Dancer
8. Apoy sa puso (1992)

9. Pedro Tunasan (1983)
10. Darna at Ding (1980)

11. Bakit may pag-ibig pa? (1979)
12. High School Circa '65 (1979)
13. Roberta (1979) (as Anggie Ferro)
14. Katawang alabok (1979)
15. Diborsyada (1979)
16. Atsay (1978) (as Aggie Ferro)
... aka Edgardo M. Reyes' Atsay (Philippines: English title: complete title)
17. Pagputi ng uwak, pag-itim ng tagak (1978)
... aka When the Crow Turns White, When the Heron Turns Black (International: English title)
18. Sudden Death (1977)
19. Tutubing kalabaw, tutubing karayom (1977)
20. Patayin mo sa sindak si Barbara (1974)
... aka Celso Ad. Castillo's Patayin mo sa sindak si Barbara (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
... aka Kill Barbara with Panic (Philippines: English title)
21. Zoom, Zoom, Superman! (1974)
22. Dalawa ang nagdalantao sa akin (1974)
23. Lipad, Darna, lipad! (1973)
... aka Fly, Darna, Fly! (Philippines: English title: literal title)
24. Santiago (1970)

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Tuesday, June 19, 2007


Jackie Lou Blanco BIOGRAPHY

Jackie Lou Blanco

Lourdes Jacqueline Blanco Davao (born 11 February 1964 in Cebu City, Philippines) also known as Jackielou Blanco, is a Filipina actress and aerobic exercise instructor. She was a well-known figure in the Philippine Film Industry during the 1980s and the 1990s who has appeared in comedy, dramas and romance films throughout that decade. Her best films include: "Hihintayin kita sa langit, (1991)", "Si Aida,si Lorna, o si Fe, (1989)" and "Misis mo, misis ko (1988)"

Blanco co-hosted 'Student Canteen' (a popular Philippine mid-day variety show) in the 1980s in GMA's channel 7 with the late Chat Silayan, Chiqui Hollman-Yulo, Eddie Ylarde, and Bobby Ledesma. She also appears as a guest co-host in QTV-11's Moms, an early evening talkshow; and in Walang Tulugan, a midnight musical variety program mainly hosted by German Moreno.

Blanco is a mestiza of paternal and maternal Spanish and maternal Cebuano ancestry. She is the daughter of the famous Filipino music composer and actress Pilita Corrales. She and her family come from their native land of Cebu. Blanco also has an actor stepbrother named Ramón Christopher Gutierrez.

She is married to actor Ricky Davao. They have three children, aged 18, 14 and 10.

In 2001, she won the Slimmers Fitness World's Miss Great Body bodybuilding contest. The following year, she was invited to sit in the board of judges in the same competition.

In June 2007, she enrolled in the Associate of Arts program of the University of the Philippines, Open University.

Blanco runs a weekly column in the The Philippine Star, the third largest selling news broadsheet in the country.

1. "Volta the Series" (2008) (mini) TV mini-series (announced)

2. "Love Spell" (1 episode, 2007)
- Cindy-Rella (2007) TV episode
3. Ouija (2007) .... Racquel
... aka Ouija Board (Philippines: English title)
... aka Seance (International: English title)
4. "Sine novela" .... Sylvia (1 episode, 2007)
- Sinasamba kita (2007) TV episode .... Sylvia
5. "Bahay mo ba 'to" .... Chita (2 episodes, 2006)
- The Head Smacker! (2006) TV episode .... Chita
- The Devil Wears Pula (2006) TV episode
6. "Captain Barbell" (2006) TV series .... Sandra Magtanggol (unknown episodes)
... aka Mars Ravelo's Captain Barbell (Philippines: English title: complete title)
7. "Iibigin ay ikaw, Ang" (2002) TV series .... Sabrina
... aka AIAI (Philippines: Tagalog title: alternative title)
... aka Iibigin ay ikaw pa rin, Ang (Philippines: Tagalog title: second season title)

8. "Saan ka man naroroon" (1999) TV series .... Violeta
9. "Esperanza" (1997) TV series
10. Magic Temple (1996) .... Ravinal
11. Hangga't may hininga (1996)
12. Kay pait ng bukas (1996)
13. Buddy en Sol (Sine ito) (1992)
14. Mongolian Barbecue (1991)
... aka Juan Tamad at Mr. Shooli sa Mongolian Barbecue the Movie (Philippines: Tagalog title)
15. Hihintayin kita sa langit (1991)
... aka I'll Wait for You in Heaven
16. Moro (1991)

17. Si Aida, si Lorna, o si Fe (1989) .... Lorna
18. Isusumbong kita sa Diyos (1988)
19. Misis mo, misis ko (1988)
... aka Your Wife, My Wife (USA)
20. Kung aagawin mo ang lahat sa akin (1987)
21. Di bale na lang (1987) .... Wendy
22. Lumuhod ka sa lupa! (1987) .... Mercy
23. Ayokong tumungtong sa lupa (1987)
24. When I Fall in Love (1986)
25. I Love You Mama, I Love You Papa (1986)
26. I Can't Stop Loving You (1985)
... aka Can't Stop Loving You (Philippines: English title)
27. Palabra de honor (1983)
... aka Words of Honor (literal English title)
28. Friends in Love (1983)
29. My Only Love (1982) .... Trixie

30. "GMA Supershow" (1979) TV series .... Host
... aka Germspesyal (Philippines: Tagalog title)

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Monday, June 18, 2007


Manding Claro Biography

Manding Claro

Filipino Matinee idol (born 1938-) of LVN Pictures of the 50's paired with another matinee idol Nenita Vidal.

The original teen favorite and idol. His first movie was Tinedyer where he played the lead role. He also appeared in Bayanihan with Nestor de Villa Carmencita Abad, Bernard Bonnin, Liza Moreno, Caridad Sanchez and Perla Bautista and Teenage Crush with Eddie Rodriguez, Tessie Quintana, Lita Gutierrez, Luz Valdez Marietta Sanz, Rene Ibanez and Fred Panopio under the direction of Tony Santos. He was undoubtedly a young matinee idol of his decade.

His love team with Nenita Vidal was very popular during the mid 50s for movie hits such as Dalagita't Binatilyo and Banda Uno in 1955; Puppy Love in 1956; Medalyong Perlas, a Musical film in 1956; Phone Pal, Lelong Mong Panot and Troop 11, both in 1957.

He later transferred to Sampaguita Pictures, where he made several more movies and ended his career as an actor to pursue a career as a singer. He was very successful as a singer for many years with tours throughout Asia.

He has since answered to a higher more divine calling, which he continues to this day.

1954 - Tin-Edyer aka Teenager

1955 - Dalagita't Binatilyo aka Guys & Dolls

1955 - Banda Uno aka Band No. 1

1955 - Ikaw Kasi aka You are to Blame

1956 - Puppy Love

1956 - Medalyong Perlas aka Pearl Medal

1956 - Dama Juana Gang aka Bottleneck Gang

1957 - Phone Pal

1957 - Troop 11

1957 - Lelong Mong Panot aka Your Bald Grandpa!

1958 - Eddie Junior Detective [Lvn]

1958 - Ay Pepita! aka Oh Pepita!

1958 - Casa Grande aka Grand House

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Saturday, June 16, 2007


Melissa de Leon BIOGRAPHY

She's one of the two daughters of celebrity couple Lilia Dizon and Gil de Leon. She is the younger sister of Christopher de Leon and Pinky de Leon.

1. Leon ng Maynila, Lt. Col. Romeo Maganto (1999) (as Lara De Leon)
... aka Maganto (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
2. Aliwan Paradise (1992) .... Ligaya Paraiso
3. Inosente (1990) (as Lara Melissa De Leon)
4. Pangarap na ginto (1990) (as Lara Melissa De Leon)
5. Bakit ikaw pa rin? (1990) (as Lara Melissa De Leon)

6. Galit sa mundo (1989) (as Lara Melissa de Leon)
7. Pumatay ng dahil sa iyo, Ang (1989) (as Lara Melissa De Leon)
8. Bukas sisikat din ang araw (1988)

9. Kahit ako'y tupang itim, may langit rin (????)

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Friday, June 15, 2007



picture of Luz Valdez

Luz Valdez—She appeared in such films as Chinita. Navy Blues (with Pancho Magalona and Nida Blanca), Tatlong Kumando (with Pancho Magalona, Leroy Salvador, Robert Campos and Carmencita Abad), Teen Age Crush (with Tessie Quintana, Eddie Rodriguez, Lita Gutierrez and Manding Claro) and Detective Maturan (with Diomedes Maturan, Pugo, Lopito, Patsy, Liza Moreno and Caridad Sanchez. All films were produced by LVN Pictures. Actor Robert Campos became her husband.

1. "Super Twins" (2007) TV series (unknown episodes)
2. "Bakekang" (2006) TV series .... Lola Maria (2006)
... aka Carlo J. Caparas' Bakekang (Philippines: Tagalog title: complete title)
3. Till I Met You (2006) .... Aling Loleng
4. "Love to Love" .... Lola Clara (1 episode, 2006)
... aka Love 2 Love (Philippines: English title: informal title)
- Young at Heart (2006) TV episode .... Lola Clara
5. "Calla Lily" (2006) TV series .... Aling Mameng
6. "Sugo" (2005) TV series .... Lola Giray
7. Forevermore (2002)
8. Pagdating ng panahon (2001)
9. "Idol ko si Kap" (2001) TV series .... Aling Idang

10. Sariwa (1996) .... Aurora
11. Kabilin-bilinan ni Lola (1996)
... aka Kabilin-bilinan ng Lola (wag iinon ng serbesa) (Philippines: Tagalog title)
12. Sa ngalan ng pag-ibig (1995)
13. Marami ka pang kakaining bigas (1994)
14. Megamol (1994)
15. Anghel na walang langit (1994)

16. My Darling Domestic (The Greytest Iskeyp) (1989)
17. Buy One, Take One (1988)

18. Sayonara My Darling (1968) .... Watanabe-san Midori
19. Umibig ay di biro (1964)
20. Mga lawin, Ang (1963)
21. Palos kontra gagamba (1963)
22. Bakas ng gagamba (1962)
23. Merrill's Marauders (1962) .... Burmese girl

24. Sa puso ni Bathala (????)

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Thursday, June 14, 2007


Chuckie Dreyfus

Chuckie Dreyfus

Chuckie Dreyfus is a Philippine movie actor whose movie-acting career started in 1984 with the movie, “Idol”, in which he played the sidekick of Philippine action star, Rudy Fernandez.

He is also a co-owner and one of the driving forces of “CD Sound Labs”, a digital recording studio founded in the year 2000 in partnership with Jun Regalado. What started out as a simple hobby and a makeshift recording studio in his bedroom has turned into his prime preoccupation. Today, “CD Sound Labs” offers full multi-track digital recording at 32-bit processing, 24-bit/192 khz and higher sampling rates, musical arrangements, commercial jingle production, television/movie scoring and soundtrack, audio/visual presentation, midi sequencing, sound design, foleys/SFX, audio mastering/re-mastering, Album/Graphic Design, CD transferring and CD Duplication.

For more about Chuckie, go to his website.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2007


Gino Antonio

Gino Antonio

He was identified with bold movies with sexy actresses as his leading ladies.

Came from a family of farmer. After his show biz stint, he concentrated into cultivation of tilapia.

President of the tilapia association in Dumaguete City, Philippines.

Selected Films:

1. Naglalayag (2004)
2. "Kapalaran" (2002) TV series .... Fred Alonso
3. Waray (2000)
4. Huwag (2000)

5. Divino: Anak ni Totoy Mola (1998)
6. Kung liligaya ka sa piling ng iba (1998)
7. Haplos ng pagmamahal (1997)
8. Mapanuksong hiyas (1997)
9. Madaling mamatay, mahirap mabuhay (1996)
10. Sgt. Alvarez: Ex-Marine (1993) .... Virgil
11. Hulihin: probinsiyanong mandurukot (1993)
12. Tayo na sa dilim (1990)
13. Kasalanan bang sambahin ka? (1990)
14. Kahit isumpa mo ako (1990)
15. Anak ni Baby Ama (1990)

16. Babaeng nawawala sa sarili, Ang (1989)
17. Rape of Virginia P. (1989) .... Popoy
... aka Virginia P. (Philippines: English title: short title)
18. Damong makamandag (1988)
19. Private Show (1986)
20. Takaw tukso (1986)

21. Dalagita (????)
22. Ginto sa putikan (????)
23. Malaswa (????)

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Tuesday, June 12, 2007


Stella Suarez, Jr.BIOGRAPHY

Stella Suarez  Jr.

Stella Suarez, Jr. was introduced to be the twin sister of Richard Gomez, the son of Stella Suarez from Edward Gomez.

She appeared mostly in bold and drama movies.

Selected films:

1. Alyas Baby Chino (1989)
... aka Baby Tsino (Philippines: Tagalog title)
2. Gamitin mo ako (1985) .... Josie
3. Naked Paradise (1985)

4. The Sisters (????)

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Monday, June 11, 2007


Teroy de Guzman BIOGRAPHY

Teroy de Guzmán (born 1920) is a Filipino comedian noted for his dancing technique. He is also a comedian by nature and was also one of the players during World War II in Vaudeville along with comedians like Dolphy, Patsy, and Pugo.

De Guzmán is famous for his dance number with Dolphy & Aruray in the 1953 Sampaguita Pictures Sa Isang Sulyap Mo Tita. Teroy was a member of the famous singing and dancing group Crazy Corporation together with Panchito, Ading Fernando and Bayani Casismiro.

During the early 50's Teroy, together with Dolphy and Rene Pangan (brother of Chiquito) formed a dancing trio which became so popular - The 3 Hot Shots.

Teroy de Guzman – A mainstay of Magandang Tanghali, he was also part
of the early '80s comedy show, Mah-Ta-Tu in the old BBC-2.

source: wikipedia

Selected Films:

* 1951 - Apoy na Ginatungan, Royal
* 1953 - Sa Isang Sulyap Mo Tita, Sampaguita
* 1954 - Ukkala, Sampaguita
* 1954 - Eskandalosa, Ace York
* 1954 - Bondying, Sampaguita
* 1954 - Golpe de gulat, Deegar Cinema Inc.
* 1955 - Tatay na si Bondying, Sampaguita
* 1955 - Uhaw sa Pag-ibig, Sampaguita
* 1955 - Waldas, Sampaguita
* 1955 - Iyung-Iyo, Sampaguita
* 1956 - Teresa, Sampaguita
* 1958 - The Singing Idol, Premiere

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Sunday, June 10, 2007


Jose Mari Gonzales Biogrpahy

Jose Mari Gonzales

Jose Mari – He first appeared in Mga Anghel Sa Lansangan then Beatniks where he co-starred with Susan Roces as his leading lady. His other films included Operatang Sampay Bakod (with Amalia Fuentes, Dolphy, Panchito and Boy Alano); Tindahan ni Aling Epang (with Liberty Ilagan); and Kaming mga Talyada where he played gay roles together with Juancho Gutierrez, Tony Marzan, Rod Navarro, Charlie Davao Boy Alano, Bino Garcia, Eddie Garcoia and Dindo Fernando. Playing their romantic interests were Barbara Perez, Liberty Ilagan, Daisy Romaldez Naty Santiago, Meldy Corrales, Juvy Cachola, Nora Dalisay, Lilian Laing and even transvestite Christine Jorgensen. He also appeared in Barilan Sa Baboy Koral (a spoof of Gunfight at OK Corral) with Jean Lopez and Rodolfo “BOY” Garcia. Other films were Palaboy, Baby Face and Sugat sa Balikat. His daughter Ana Margarita Gonzales also entered showbiz. His real name is Jose Maria Gonzalez from Mandaluyong City.

# Viva Ranchera (1966) (as Jose Mari)
# Ana-Roberta (1965) (as Jose Mari)
# Maria Cecilia (1965) (as Jose Mari) .... Dr. Nanding Andres
# The Nite Owl (Dance Party) (1964) (as Jose Mari)
# Ako'y ibigin mo, dalagang matapang (1963) (as Jose Mari)
# King and Queen for a Day (1963) (as Jose Mari)
# Dance-O-Rama (1963) (as Jose Mari)
# Kaming mga talyada (1962) (as Jose Mari)
... aka We Who Are Sexy (Philippines: English title)
# Joey, Eddie, Lito (1961) (as Jose Mari) .... Jose
# Operatang sampay bakod (1961) (as Jose Mari)
# Amy, Susie & Tessie (1960) (as Jose Mari)
# Beatnik (1960) (as Jose Mari)
# Kuwintas ng alaala (1960) (as Jose Mari)
... aka Chain of Memories (Philippines: English title)
# Laura (1960) (as Jose Mari)

# Baby Face (1959) (as Jose Mari)
# Angel sa lansangan (1959) (as Jose Mari)
# Handsome (1959) (as Jose Mari)
# Wedding Bells (1959) (as Jose Mari)
# Tawag ng tanghalan (1958) (as Jose Mari)

# Huwag mong buhayin ang bangkay (????

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Saturday, June 09, 2007



Al Tantay

Michael Angelo Tantay (born 1956) is a Filipino film actor, writer, and director and the former husband of Rio Locsin, with whom he made several movies, including Rizza Jones, Showgirl (1979, by Melros Productions), Love Affair (1980, by Regal Films), Wild Animals (1980, by Regal Films), and Bilibid Boys (1981, Regal Films). He was first discovered by Joey Gosiengfiao and launched by the latter via the Regal Films movie, Iskandalo, starring Lorna Tolentino and released in July 1979.Then in 1987 he played his first villain role to Rudy Fernandez in an action movie Humanda Ka, Ikaw Ang Susunod.

As a film director, he directs comedies, mainly with Viva Films. He has directed Mana-Mana, Tiba-Tiba, S2pid Love, A.B. Normal College, and more.

He is currently a trainer for TPG.



# "Zaido: Pulis pangkalawakan" (2007) TV series
... aka Zaido (Philippines: English title: short title)
# "SineSerye" .... Cenon Fernandez (1 episode, 2007)
... aka Sineserye Presents (Philippines: English title: long title)
- May Minamahal (2007) TV episode .... Cenon Fernandez
# "Encantadia" (2005) TV series .... Arvak (2005)
# Hari ng sablay (2005)
... aka Hari ng sablay - isang tama, sampung mali (Philippines: Tagalog title)
# Sablay ka na, pasaway ka pa (2005)
# "Love to Love" (1 episode, 2005)
... aka Love 2 Love (Philippines: English title: informal title)
- Love-an O Bawi (2005) TV episode
# Sabel (2004)
# S2pid Luv (2002) .... Hired Killer
# Baliktaran: Si Ace at si Daisy (2001)
# Juan & Ted: Wanted (2000)
... aka Wanted: Juan & Ted (Philippines: English title)

# Pepeng agimat (1999)
# Isa, dalawa, takbo (1996)
# Sa kamay ng batas (1996)
# Istokwa (1996)
# Asero (1995)
# Batang X (1995)
# The secrets of Sarah Jane - sana'y mapatawad mo (1994)
... aka The Sarah Jane Salazar Story (Philippines: English title: alternative title)
# Kung ako'y iiwan mo (1993)
# Shake, Rattle & Roll IV (1992)

# Ibigay mo sa akin ang bukas (1986)
# Hinugot sa langit (1985) .... Jerry
# Gamitin mo ako (1985) .... Sammy
# Hayop sa sarap (1985)
# Take Home Girls (1984)
# Naked Island (Butil-Ulan) (1984) .... Alex
# Zimatar (1982)
# Bilibid Boys (1981) .... Andong
# Playgirl (1981)
# Wild Animal (1980)
# Wildlips (Lipstick) (1980)
# Beach House (1980)
# Love Affair (1980/II)
# Darna at Ding (1980)
# Bedspacers (1980)
# Modelong tanso (1980)
# Gabi ng lagim ngayon (1980) .... Dondie
# Girlfriend (1980)
# Tambay sa disco (1980)

# Bokyo (1979)
# Kambal sa uma, Ang (1979)
# Iskandalo! (1979)

# Hatulan Bilibid Boys 2 (????)

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Friday, June 08, 2007



Jose "Chito" S. Roño Jr.

had his initial training in film at the UP Film Center. He was among the first batch of enrollees in Cinematic Arts - the first film course introduced in the premier state university by UP Film Center. He majored in broadcasting and engaged in substantial theater work in college prior to further studies at the New York School for Social Research. He took up scriptwriting at the Grey Film Atelier in Upstate New York and cinematography at Centro Statale di Cinematografia e Film in Rome.

He received wide acclaim for his debut film, Private Show (1986), which created a stir when it was chosen as the Philippine entry to the Chicago International Film Festival. He also won the local critics' group's award (Urian) and that of the entertainment press (Star) as best director for Itanong Mo sa Buwan (Ask The Moon, 1988). His socially relevant film on residents of Subic - once host to the US naval base - Olongapo, The Great American Dream (1987), was adjudged Grand Winner for Best Picture at the 13th Metro Manila Film Festival.

The revival of Manila Film Festival in 1991 brought another round of honors to Chito when his entry, Kailan Ka Magiging Akin, bagged the lion's share of awards. On top of the best director plum, the powerful drama about a surrogate mother romped off with 11 other prizes, namely, Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Story, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Sound, Best Music, Best Theme Song, Best Production Design, Best Make-up, Best Actress for lead star Janice de Belen and Best Supporting Actress for Charo Santos. It was his first and last participation in the said filmfest staged in commemoration of the Philippine capital's founding. Its expanded version, the Metro Manila Film Festival, has seen more action for Chito.

In all instances, he scored victory. In 1995, he entered Dahas which was proclaimed 2nd Best Picture. In 1997, he fielded Nasaan ang Puso which turned out to be the runaway winner in the eight major categories of Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Music, Best Actress for Maricel Soriano, Best Actor for Christopher de Leon and Best Supporting Actor for Ronaldo Valdez. In December 1998, his entry to the 24th edition of the local filmfest, Babae sa Bintana (1998), was declared 2nd Best Picture.

Chito's festival participation is no less limited to the domestic arena. From the time of Private Show in Chicago, Chito's varied films have graced Berlin, Rotterdam, Hawaii, New York, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Palm Beach, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Kentucky, Hong Kong and Fukuoka. In September 1998, the award-winning filmmaker made waves with the exhibition of Curacha, Ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga (Curacha, The Woman Without Rest, 1998) at the Toronto International Film Festival. It marks the third time that Chito was represented in the famed film festival. He first took part in the major Canadian film event many years ago with Itanong Mo sa Buwan. In 1995, he joined the Philippine contingent with Eskapo. The Film Desk of the Young Critics Circle voted another of his most recent works, Bata, Bata, Paano Ka Ginawa (1998), as the year's best film. The romantic drama, Hinahanap-hanap Kita, starring Aga Muhlach is the latest release from the prolific filmmaker.



Private Show (1985)
Olongapo - The Great American Dream (1987)
Itanong Mo Sa Buwan (Ask the Moon, 1988)
Baleleng (1989)
Kasalanan Bang Sambahin Ka (1990)
Bakit Kay Tagal ng Sandali (1990)
Kailan Ka Magiging Akin (1991)
Alyas Stella Magtanggol (1992)
Narito Ang Puso Ko (1992)
Ikaw Lang (1993)
Minsan Lang Kitang Iibigin (1994)
Sige, Ihataw Mo (1994)
Bakit Pa Kita Minahal (1994)
Separada (1994)
Eskapo (1995)
Patayin sa Sindak si Barbara (1995)
Dahas (1995)
Istokwa (1996)
Nasaan ang Puso (1997)
Curacha - Ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga (The Woman Without Rest, 1998)
Bata, Bata, Paano Ka Ginawa (1998)
Babae sa Bintana (1998)
Hinahanap-hanap Kita (1999)
Laro Sa Baga (1999)

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Thursday, June 07, 2007


Camille Prats was born on June 20, 1985 and is the second child of Daniel Rafael Prats and the former Alma Quiambao. She is the niece of former actress Mia Prats. She is the sister of a young actor John Prats.

Camille Prats joined the “Little Miss Philippines”, a popular segment of the variety show Eat Bulaga in 1990. This led to her regular appearances in ABS-CBN’s children’s program Ang TV.

In 1995, Camille Prats catapulted into fame when she starred in the movie Sarah, Ang Munting Prinsesa, a Philippine adaptation of the Frances Hodgson Burnett children’s novel A Little Princess and the anime Princess Sarah.

She appeared in sitcoms and teen-oriented dramas. In 2006, posed to the Philippine edition of FHM Magazine.

Camille Prats married her non-show biz boyfriend and is waiting to give birth to her first baby in the US. (2008)

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Wednesday, June 06, 2007


Jimi Melendez

Jimi Melendez

Jimi Melendez is the father of aiko Melendez, the actress and councilor in Quezon City.

He left his family when Aiko was still small. When Aiko debuted and was launched as a full star, Jimi Melendez was already destitute and terminally ill.

He died being cared by his daughter.

1. Araw-araw, gabi-gabi (1995)

2. Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow (1986) (as Jaime Melendrez)
3. Muling buksan ang puso (1985) (as Jimmy Melendez)
4. Roco, ang batang bato (1983)
... aka Boy God
... aka Stone Boy (Australia: video title)
5. Relasyon (1982)
... aka Affair (International: English title)
6. Bilibid Boys (1981) .... Don
7. Playgirl (1981)
8. Under-age (1980)

9. Diborsyada (1979)

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Tuesday, June 05, 2007


Ana Marie Gutierrez

Ana Marie Gutierrez

Anna Marie Gutierrez was another bold star who can act. started in the movie in the late 70's. She was among Dolphy's Angels. She achieved full stardom when she starred as a sultry and captivating wife in Peque Gallaga’s erotic movie, Scorpio Nights. The movie which was shown uncut in the Manila Film Center in 1985 paired her with a newcomer bold actor Daniel Fernando. Her Unfaithful Wife pitted her talents with established actors Michael de Mesa and Joel Torre

1. Hubad na pangarap (1987) .... Nelia
2. Pakwela (1987)
3. Takaw tukso (1986)
4. Gabi na, kumander (1986)
5. Unfaithful Wife (1986)
6. Climax (1985/I)
7. Scorpio Nights (1985)
8. Manoy, hindi ka na makakaisa (1985)
9. Harot (1985) (as Ana Marie Gutierrez)
10. Dragon's Quest (1983)
11. Pedro Tunasan (1983)
12. For Y'ur Height Only (1981) .... Anna
13. Tembong (1980)
14. The Quick Brown Fox (1980)
... aka The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Pig (Philippines: English title: long title)
15. Dolphy's Angels (1980) .... Rowena

16. Ikaw o ako (????)
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Nadia Montenegro Biography
Nadia Montenegro

* In Production
* 2000s
* 1990s
* 1980s

1. "Pangarap na bituin" (2007) TV series (post-production)

2. "Ysabella" (2007) TV series .... Young Trinidad (2007)

3. Dyesebel (1990) .... Malou
4. Flavor of the Month (1990)

5. Sandakot na bala (1988)
6. Ibulong mo sa Diyos (1988)
7. Lord, bakit ako pa? (1988)
8. Taray at Teroy (1988)
9. Family Tree (1987) .... Cathy
10. When I Fall in Love (1986)
11. Isang platitong mani (1986)
12. I Can't Stop Loving You (1985) .... Susan
... aka Can't Stop Loving You (Philippines: English title)
13. The Crazy Professor (1985)
14. Miguelito, ang batang rebelde (1985)
... aka Miguelito (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
15. Life Begins at 40 (1985)
16. Kwento ni Lola Basyang, Mga (1985) .... Pina (segment "Zombies")
... aka Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang (Philippines: Tagalog title)
17. 14 Going Steady (1984)
18. Tender Age (1984)

19. Hindi mo ako kayang tapakan (????)

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Monday, June 04, 2007