Monday, December 29, 2008



Susan Reid, who is better known as Hilda Koronel (born on January 17, 1957 in Angeles City, Pampanga), is a FAMAS and Gaward Urian Award winning Filipina actress. Born to a Filipina mother and an American father who was a serviceman in Clark Air Base, she has starred in around 45 films, many of which are critically acclaimed, since 1970.

Her career got off to an unprecedented start becoming the youngest winner of the FAMAS Best Supporting Actress award in 1970 right at the beginning of her career which she won at the age of just 13 for her role in the 1970 film Santiago.

In 1975 and 1976 she starred in the Lino Brocka classics Maynila: Sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag, which won six FAMAS awards in 1976, and Insiang, which won both a FAMAS and a Gawad Urian Award in 1977.

To date she has won three awards and received 11 nominations.

She married Jay Ilagan and two other more.

Here's the article about her relationship with Jay Ilagan.

Memorable recollection

But, our most memorable recollection of our movie with Hilda was the fact that it was during the shoot that she and her young leading man, Jay Ilagan, became (secret) sweethearts.

They had to keep their romance secret because Hilda’s studio frowned on any romantic relationship for its teen princess. But, Hilda and Jay were able to fool everyone―that’s how good they were as actors, even off-camera!

Speaking of Jay Ilagan, he was the local film industry’s most talented teen actor in the ’70s, and directing him was a breeze. Coming from the Ylagan family of theater and film artists, he had great genes and instinctively knew how to approach every role assigned to him.

He was also versatile, essaying very different roles (drama, comedy, musical, action) with ease and believability. Sensing this, we restricted our direction of his scenes to simple suggestions, plus a little tweaking here and there.

# Eternity (2006) (as Ms. Hilda Koronel) .... Chayong
# Don't Give Up on Us (2006)
# "Hokus Pokus" (2005) TV series .... Matilda (unknown episodes)
... aka HP! Ibang Level Na! (Philippines: Tagalog title: new title)
# "Ikaw ang lahat sa akin" (2005) TV series .... Susana Ledesma-Ynares
# Nasaan ka man (2005) .... Trining
# Santa Santita (2004) .... Chayong
# Crying Ladies (2003) .... Rhoda "Aling Doray" Rivera
# "Kung mawawala ka" (2001) TV series .... Alicia (2001)
... aka MKM (Philippines: Tagalog title: alternative title)
# Tanging yaman (2000) .... Celing
... aka A Change of Heart (Philippines: English title)
# Pangarap ng puso (2000) .... Bella
... aka Demons (International: English title)
... aka Hope of the Heart (International: English title)

# Sa sandaling kailangan mo ako (1998)
... aka The Moment You Need Me (International: English title)
# Hanggang dito na lang (1997)
# "Esperanza" (1997) TV series .... Stella
# True Confessions (1992)
# Nagsimula sa puso (1990)

# Babangon ako't dudurugin kita (1989) .... Via
# Beloved (1985)
# Working Girls (1984)
... aka Working Girls I (Philippines: English title: video title)
# Kung mahawi man ang ulap (1984) .... Catherine
# Sana, bukas pa ang kahapon (1983)
# Palabra de honor (1983)
... aka Words of Honor (literal English title)
# Sugat sa ugat (1983)
# Gaano kadalas ang minsan (1982)
# PX (1982)
# Angela Markado (1980) .... Angela
# Nakaw na pag-ibig (1980)
# Kasal? (1980)

# Hayop sa hayop (1978)
# Marupok, mapusok, maharot (1978)
# Kumander Ulupong (1978)
# Kung mangarap ka't magising (1977) .... Anna
... aka It Was a Dream (Philippines: English title)
... aka Moments in a Stolen Dream
# Halikan mo at magpaalam sa kahapon (1977)
# Basag na kristal (1977)
# Itim (1976)
... aka The Rites of May
# Insiang (1976) .... Insiang
# Sakada (1976)
... aka The Tenants (Philippines: English title)
# Maynila: Sa mga kuko ng liwanag (1975) .... Ligaya Paraiso
... aka Manila
... aka Manila in the Claws of Neon (Philippines: English title)
... aka The Nail of Brightness (USA)
# Tatlo, dalawa, isa (1974) .... Gina
... aka Three, Two, One
# Tinimbang ka ngunit kulang (1974) .... Evangeline Ortega
... aka You Are Weighed in the Balance But Are Found Wanting
... aka You Have Been Weighed and Found Wanting (Philippines: English title)
# Carnival Song (1973)
# Gangster at ang birhen, Ang (1972)
... aka The Gangster and the Virgin (literal English title)
# Stardoom (1971)
# Cadena de amor (1971) .... Rossanna
# Tubog sa ginto (1970) .... Jone
... aka Dipped in Gold
# Santiago! (1970)
# Haydee (1970) .... Haydee
... aka Haydee the Brown Girl and the White Idol (Philippines: English title: long title)

# Kapag puso'y sinugatan (????)

Saturday, December 27, 2008


photocredit: Video48
IMELDA ILANAN is the mother of Maricel Laxa, an actress and a known TV celebrity.
The father of Maricel Laxa is Tony Ferrer who is married to Alice Crisostomo.

From Sol Vanzi.

Imelda, now based in Shanghai, China, is in town to help her son, Misha, get a student visa.

"Mahirap kasing mag-apply ng student visa sa China if you are a resident of another country. E, hanggang ngayon even if we’ve been living in China for sometime, pawang mga holder pa kami ng Philippine visas," related Imelda.

Misha, now 20, is her only child with husband Ben Avanceña, now president of Johnson and Johnson in China, Taiwan and Korea.

Misha studies at the St. Louis University in Madrid, Spain, taking up a course in international communications. He would have wanted to take up theaters art in a university in London. "He took his entrance exams in both universities. Kaso, mas nauna siyang nakatanggap ng sagot from the university in Madrid," Imelda said.

Imelda will, likewise, take the opportunity to apply for a visa to Switzerland. Ben, according to her, is going there for a business conference and he wants her to accompany him.

"Unlike in the past when Misha was still studying in a school in China, ayaw na ni Ben na naiiwanan ako sa bahay namin sa China," said Imelda.

Like all residents of China, Imelda is excited about the coming Olympics, which will be held in Beijing. Johnson and Johnson happens to be a major sponsor. They were promised access to the event.

"It was Ben kasi who signed the contract for Johnson and Johnson," she reveled.

Ben Avanceña’s mother is Zenaida "Nini" Quezon-Avanceña, who is the daughter of the late Philippine President Manuel Quezon.


From Imelda, we also learned that her daughter, Maricel Laxa, now Mrs. Anthony Pangilinan, will soon finish her doctorate in Family and Child Development from the University of the Philippines.

Aside from writing a weekly column on family and child care in the Philippine Star, Maricel still occasionally appears on TV. She has several TV commercials. Two of her four kids also have their own product endorsements. One endorses a paracetamol and the other, a healthy drink for children.

Maricel’s husband, Anthony, is the younger brother of Senator Kiko Pangilinan..

December 19, 2004 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

FORMER actress Imelda Ilanan tried to turn down offers to do a film with Fernando Poe Jr. twice in the '70s, but the king of Philippine movies was "so persistent that I couldn't say no."

Imelda, one of the most beautiful faces in the late '60s, said FPJ used to visit her almost every day until she agreed to do the movie with him.

"He told me, 'you're the perfect actress for that role. I want you to do it and no one else.' How could you say no to someone like him?" said Imelda, in the home of her daughter, actress Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan, in Quezon City.

Imelda said she did not want to do "Asedillo" in 1971 with FPJ because she had been four months pregnant with her second child, Melvin.

"I didn't want to commit to it because I knew we would be shooting on location and that I would have to travel far," Imelda explained. "Ayaw niyang pumayag. He said having a pregnant leading lady would bring him

good luck." (He would not take no for an answer.)

"Asedillo," directed by Celso Ad Castillo and now considered one of

local cinema's best movies, became a box-office hit in 1971. It also brought FPJ his second best actor award from the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (Famas) that same year.FPJ's first Famas best actor

award was for his performance in "Mga Alabok sa Lupa."

Topless scene

Imelda, who played Poe's third wife in "Asedillo," continued to shoot the movie until she was in her ninth month of pregnancy.

Imelda said she did not want to be part of the other movie, "Bontoc," also with FPJ as her leading man and directed by the late Pablo Santiago, because "I didn't want to go bold."

According to Imelda, she had to shoot two "difficult" scenes in "Bontoc." One scene required her to go topless while running on a beach, while the other required her to fight off a rapist.

Imelda said she was supposed to play FPJ's mother in the movie, which she did not like. "How could I play a mother to him?" she said. "I was just 27 when we did that movie, and Ronnie [FPJ's nickname] was way older than I. But Ronnie said I would only be part of the flashback


"I'll never forget when he told me, 'if you're an actor, you could do anything,'" Imelda said. "He and Direk Pablo did well in convincing me [to do the movie]. Ronnie said we would buy a long wig to cover my breast while I'm doing the scene on the beach. Direk Pablo promised that

none of my private parts would be exposed during the rape scene.

No regrets

"I believed them, and the movie turned out well," she added. "I'm glad I did that movie. No regrets."

Imelda's first movie was "Geron Busabos, Batang Quiapo" in 1964, with FPJ's best friend, former President Joseph Estrada, in the title role.

Estrada produced the film, written by Augusto Buenaventura and directed by Chat Gallardo, under his JE Productions.

"I played my first lead role in that movie and Ronnie was our guest

star," Imelda recalled.

Imelda also worked with FPJ in "Dos Por Dos" and "Bato sa Buhangin." They were last seen together in "Mabuting Kaibigan, Masamang Kaaway" in 1991.

"Ronnie was a very generous man," she said. "He took care of his co-stars very well. Once, I asked for lechon de leche and he immediately sent one to the set. But he also made sure that the crew members were provided with the best food. Pantay-pantay ang treatment niya."

For eight years now, Imelda has been living in Singapore with her husband, Ben Avanceña, and her youngest child, Misha. The former actress arrived in Manila on Dec. 12, the day FPJ was rushed to the St. Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City, where the actor died on Dec. 14 just one

minute after midnight.

Imelda said she received a text message from her daughter Maricel's sister-in-law, Angeli Pangilinan-Valenciano, informing her of FPJ's condition.

"Angeli was asking that I pray for Ronnie's recovery," Imelda recalled. "I got nervous, but I didn't think it was that serious. I knew Ronnie to be a strong man. I thought he would eventually get better.

FPJ's neurologist, Dr. Abdias Aquino, said FPJ suffered a "severe brain attack" or stroke.

"When I heard of his death, I got depressed," Imelda added. "Ronnie was a true friend to many."

Tuesday, December 23, 2008


Biography of HAYDEN KHO

He was born in Manila on May 20, 1980, to a pure-Chinese doctor-father, Hayden Kho, and a Spanish-Filipina businesswoman-mother, Irene dela Santa; one of five children. He describes his family as “above average.” He speaks fluent Chinese (he studied at the Grace Christian School in Binondo, Manila, for 14 years.

Hayden Kho graduated from UST with a degree of medicine.

His popularity was not because he's a good actor or entertainer but because he was involved with Dr. Vicki Belo, the beauty surgeon of the movie stars.

His well-publicized break-up with the 53 year old doctor and his rumored suicide attempt hugged the headlines of tabloids for days and the topic of celebrity blogs.

Excerpt of the news from abs-cbn.

Hayden Kho, former beau of Dr. Vicky Belo, revealed Wednesday that he is in perfect health amid reports that he had tried to commit suicide after his breakup with Belo.

"Dr Hayden Kho is in perfect health and frame of mind contrary to reports. He confirms his breakup with Dr. Vicki Belo but he is doing fine and will spend the holidays with his immediate family," a statement from the Kho family said.

Earlier reports said Kho had tried to commit suicide by ingesting diazepam pills after Belo broke up with him. He was rushed to Makati Medical Center by Belo herself, who was informed by an assistant.

Belo was the first to confirm the breakup to the media. "Dr. Belo has opted not to talk about her break-up with Dr. Hayden Kho to avoid further intrigues. Just like any love story, theirs has come to an end. They have decided to part ways. But Dr. Belo is coping admirably and Dr. Kho is doing fine," Leah Salterio, spokeswoman of Dr. Belo at Belo Medical Group, said.

The end of the May-December affair of the former sweethearts has been the subject of tabloids and gossip mags. There were reports that Belo discovered that Kho, who is at least 20 years her junior, had an alleged affair with sexy actresses Katrina Halili and Rufa Mae Quinto.

There were also reports that Belo finally decided to end the relationship after she discovered Kho and Halili’s alleged sex video, which Halili’s camp reportedly claimed to have been altered.

The two finally decided to end their affair on the second week of December.

Meanwhile, entertainment host-columnist Lolit Solis, the talent manager of Kho told ABS-CBN reporter Mario Dumaual through text messages that she is no longer managing the career of the male doctor.

"At this moment, hindi na ako ang manager ni Hayden. Wala na siya kay Vicki, wala na rin siya sa buhay ko," Solis said.

Solis also gave her thoughts on the reported sex video. "Kaya yung mga nag-de-deny, matakot sila dahil may pwedeng ilabas na ebidensiya. Dapat kung gumawa ka ng krimen, wag kang mag-iiwan ng ebidensiya."

Solis said that right now she and other people from showbiz are just hoping that the two could already move after the controversies.

Monday, December 22, 2008



Kimberly Sue Yap Chiu (born April 19, 1990) is the first Teen Big Winner of Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition, besting 13 teen housemates. Kim and the rest of the housemates entered the Big Brother house on April 23, 2006. After 42 days of spending summer in the Big Brother house, Kim was named the Teen Big Winner with 626,562 votes or 41.4% of the total votes at the Aliw Theater, Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Pasay City on June 3, 2006. Kim is a junior high school student at the Distance Learning Center of ABS-CBN, the network's school for their young talents/artists.

She is currently paired with Gerald Anderson.

Sunday, December 21, 2008


Biography of VILMA VALERA

Vilma Valera, the 1961 Miss Press Photography of the Philippines (PPP) second runner-up winner. She was 15 in 1960 when she was discovered by LVN character actor Alfonso Carvajal (Alma Concepcion's grandfather) and introduced in Bakit Ka Nagtampo? (directed by Tony Santos Sr.), topbilled by Nida Blanca and Nestor de Villa.

Her biggest break was in 1964 in the movie, Salambao with Eddie Rodriguez, Sylvia Gumabao and Van de Leon as her co-stars. she was versatile as an actress landing her in several roles in action, drama, comedy, musical with top actors at that time as her leading men (FPJ, Dolphy, Eddie Mesa, Eddie Gutierrez, among others).

Vilma Valera recorded several albums before her retirement from show business whose '60s hit songs included It Must Be Him and One Day. A Bicolana, Vilma is Vilma Johnson in real life, whose father was also American.

When LVN closed shop soon after, Vilma signed a contract with Larry Santiago Productions which loaned her to other companies.

"I really wanted to be a singer, so I joined a band. We would play in Asian cities, like Okinawa, and when came back I would do a movie or two. Then, alis uli kasama ng band. In one of those trips home, I did a few movies with Sampaguita (Way Out in the Country and Pogi with Eddie Gutierrez, among them). I did films with other companies, including Salambao for Zultana Productions."

She migrated to the US almost at the same time Miriam did. She married American Air Force commander Darrell Arthur Morrow in the early ‘70s by whom she has a son, 34, and a daughter, 31, both married with one child each.

"After my husband died 30 years ago, I did not work because my husband didn't want me to. He wanted me to just raise our kids. But I got bored so I started working with a financing company. After 10 years, I decided to retire."

source:ricky lo

Tuesday, December 16, 2008




ISABEL GRANADA was born on March 9, 1976 in the Philippines to a part-Spanish chief marine engineer father and a pure Spanish homemaker mother named Isabel V, also known as Mommy Guapa (the Spanish word for “beautiful”). She and her parents settled back in El Ferrol del Caudillo, Spain. She speaks fluent Spanish, Tagalog, and English. Her father died of disease in 1995. When she married Geryk Genasky Aguas, a councilor in Pampanga, her mother was not present because of the latter's disapproval. She and her husband now reside in Angeles City.


Her career eventually blossomed after auditioning for That’s Entertainment in 1986, where she became a member of the Tuesday group. She then recorded an album with songs like “Crush Na Crush Kita” (You are Really My Crush) and “Di Na Bale” (Never Mind).

At present 2008 Isabel portrayed the role of Elena Valderama in the remake of Kaputol ng Isang Awit with co-star Glaiza de Castro and Lovi Poe which recently aired on GMA Network. She also Cast of the romantic comedy drama which also a remake titled Lalola Philippine version. She will be part of the upcoming telenovela remake on GMA again called All About Eve (Philippine TV series) in early 2009.

# Xenoa 2: Clash of the Bloods (2008)
# "LaLola" (2008) TV series .... Tala
# "Kaputol ng isang awit" (2008) TV series .... Elena Valderama
... aka Sine novela presents Kaputol ng isang awit (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
# "Sine novela" .... Elena Valderama (1 episode, 2008)
- Kaputol ng isang awit (2008) TV episode .... Elena Valderama
# Pirate's Blood (2008)
# "Zaido: Pulis pangkalawakan" (2007) TV series .... Luna (2007)
... aka Zaido (Philippines: English title: short title)
# "Pasan ko ang daigdig" (2007) TV series
... aka Sine Novela presents Pablo S. Gomez's Pasan ko ang daigdig (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
... aka Sine novela presents Pasan ko ang daigdig (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
... aka Sine novela: Pasan ko ang daigdig (Philippines: Tagalog title)
# Xenoa (2007) .... Eli
# Kapitan Ambo: Outside de kulambo (2001)
# Aagos ang dugo (2001)
# Masikip na ang mundo mo, Labrador (2001) .... Ligaya
... aka Labrador (Philippines: English title: short title)
# Halik ng sirena (2001) .... Mina
# "Sa puso ko, iingatan ka" (2001) TV series .... Adelaine Enriquez
# Eskort (2000)
# Anghel de la guardia (2000) .... Teresa
# Laban kung laban (2000)

# Hubad sa ilalim ng buwan (1999) .... Agnes
... aka Naked Under the Moon (International: English title)
# Batang .45 (1999)
# Ligaya ang itawag mo sa akin (1997) .... Estela
... aka They Call Me Joy
# Boy Chico: Hulihin si Ben Tumbling (1997)
... aka Boy Chico (Philippines: English title: short title)
# "Villa Quintana" (1995) TV series .... Rochelle (1995)
# Chickboys (1994)
# Grepor Butch Belgica Story (1994)
# Gascon... bala ang katapat mo (1993)
# Michael and Madonna 2 (1991)
# Shake, Rattle & Roll 2 (1990)
# Lessons in Love (1990)
# Tora tora, bang bang bang (1990)
# Papa's Girl (1990)

# Huwag kang hahalik sa diablo (1989)
# Isang araw walang Diyos (1989)
# Yes, yes, yo kabayong kutsero (1989)
# Regal Shocker: The Movie (1989) .... (segment "Karambola")
... aka Regal Shocker: The Movie (Philippines: English title)
# 1 + 1 = 12 + 1 (1987)
# Remember Me, Mama (1987)
# Bakit madalas ang tibok ng puso (1986) .... Andrea

# Loveboat (????)

Saturday, December 13, 2008


SNOOKY SERNA (born Milagros Ocampo Serna on April 4, 1966) is a Filipina film and television actress.

Being the daughter of actors Von Serna and Mila Ocampo, she started acting early in life via her 1970 landmark debut Wanted: Perfect Mother, where she immediately captured the hearts of Filipino audience as a cute, sweet and smart-talking four-year old. That same year she earned her first acting nomination from FAMAS Awards as Best Child Performer for the film My Little Angel.

Trained by acclaimed director and National Artist, Lino Brocka, Snooky showed promise as dramatic actress and later proved to be a fine one. In 1972, she won her first FAMAS Award as Best Child Actress for the film 'Sana Mahalin Mo Ako'.

n her teens, she was launched as one of the original Regal Babies (promotional term coined for group of teen movie stars under contract with Filipino film production giant Regal Films) and groomed as a leading actress in various loveteam-inspired flicks with then heartthrobs Gabby Concepcion and Albert Martinez. She also starred in more daring films like Strangers in Paradise, Experience, Bata Pa Si Sabel, and Teenage Marriage.

Often pitted against then-rival Maricel Soriano, she made numerous blockbuster movies with her in the 80's like Underage, Schoolgirls, Story of Three Loves and Anak ni Waray vs. Anak ni Biday, among others. She also had her share of TV shows including the weekly musical variety 'Always Snooky' and weekly drama feature on 'Regal Drama Presents: Snooky' in ABS-CBN Channle 2.

As a mature actress, she tackled roles which earned acting nominations from various award giving bodies. She was brilliant in Kapag Napagod Ang Puso with Christopher de Leon and Inagaw Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin (Harvest Home - official Philippine entry to the 1995 Oscars) but unfortunately was snubbed during awards night. Her other major films include Aabot Hanggang Sukdulan, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Hahamakin ang Lahat with Vilma Santos, the fantasy films Blusang Itim, Rosa Mistica, and Madonna: Ang Babaing Ahas. It was with Koronang Itim, that she finally won Best Lead Actress trophy. She has starred in over (80) films from 1970 to 2004.

Riddled by both personal problems and issues with her film studio, including her bout with anorexia nervosa, Snooky was prodded to concentrate on family and motherhood in the late 90's. Upon her comeback, her works mostly concentrated on TV. Initially, she had a short stint as a newscaster and as host for IBC-13's magazine show 'Travel and Trade'. More recently, she's been in various top-rating soap operas in rival stations GMA Network and ABS-CBN, notably Marina, Captain Barbell and Habang Kapiling Ka where she again was awarded a best actress trophy for TV drama performance from PMPC in 2003. Her recent films include Anak Ka Ng Tatay Mo, Captain Barbell and the still unreleased Bituin, Buwan at Araw with Nora Aunor.

She was married to actor/model Ricardo Cepeda for over 12 years, with their marriage ending in annulment in January 2006. They have two daughters, Sam and Sachi. Recently, she got married to a certain Niño Mendoza, from whom she is currently separated.

She is trying to become active in the entertainment business once again and very recently grabbed the limelight by making the disturbing revelation that an actor sexually assaulted her when she was in her teens.


Wednesday, December 10, 2008




Date of Birth
17 September 1948, Philippines

Birth Name
Helen Sta. Maria

Victor Reyes (1966 - ?) (his death) 1 child


Her Signature songs include: "Bakit Ako Mahihiya", "Araw-Araw, Gabi-Gabi," "Nananabik", "Hatiin Natin ang Gabi," and "Hindi Kami Damong Ligaw". The songs are very popular in the 70's and gave Didth the tag as one of the Jukebox Queens in the Philippines. Most of her songs were made into hit movies.

She claimed to be a victim of abuse. She left her live-in partner for seven years, 65-year-old Eulogio "Mang Ely" Disonglo, August of 2006 after years of experiencing maltreatment.

Started her singing career as part of Time Machine and Circus Band until she decided to go solo. She was signed up by Vicor Music Corporation which was owned then by cousins Vic del Rosario Jr. (of Viva Entertainment now) and Orly Ilacad (of OctoArts). Her first single, "Araw-Araw, Gabi-Gabi" became a movie.

Has a child name Arvy with first husband Victor Reyes.

Decades prior to the Janet Jackson-Justin Timberlake Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) show in 2004, Didith Reyes became the talk of the town in the Philippines after one of her breast was "accidentally" exposed while singing Nananabik during the FAMAS awarding in 1977. Didith claims she never wear bra and undies during the height of her popularity.

She represented the Philippines in the Tokyo Song Festival in 1977 and romped off with a gold prize. Concert producers all over the Philippines were all after her services. She was one of the most in-demand concert stars at that time.

She was supposed to have started a movie with then mayor of San Juan Joseph Estrada (who later became a Philippine president) but this was canceled due to her very tight schedule. She was replaced with another singer Celeste Legaspi and the title of the movie was also changed to "Mamang Sorbetero" culled from Celeste's hit song.

The movie Araw-araw, gabi-gabi (1975) launched her singing career as she recorded the theme song.

She died December 10, 2008.

Here is the story:

Former jukebox queen and actress Didith Reyes is dead

December 10, 2008 7:45 pm by pna

MANILA, Dec. 10 - Singer actress Didith Reyes was found dead at the residence of a friend in Domingo village in Binan town, Laguna on Wednesday morning.

Laguna police director Senior Superintendent Manolito Labador said the body of Reyes was found around 5 a.m. at the house of Derly Antolin on No. 282 Floro Compound, Zone 5, Rosal St. Brgy. Sto. Domingo.

The death of Reyes, Helen Sta Maria in real life, 60, was reported by the village chairman, Bayani Serajose, to authorities.

Labador said that based on the statement of Antolin, Reyes went to her residence three days earlier with bruises on her body. Antolin said Reyes was apparently bumped by a vehicle.

Tuesday, December 09, 2008




Mark Angelo Cadaweng Cielo (May 12, 1988 - December 7, 2008), better known as Marky Cielo, was a Filipino actor and dancer of Igorot descent, notable for his win in the reality talent competition StarStruck (2005-2006). During his short-lived career, he was able to star in several television shows and in one film, notably Fantastikids (2006), Boys Nxt Door (2007), Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan (2007-2008), Sine Novela: Kaputol ng Isang Awit (2008), and his final performance, LaLola (2008).

Prior to his career, Cielo was a freshman studying Architecture at Saint Louis University, Baguio in Benguet, where he was a member of SLU Dance Troupe. When his classmates and close friends (Johnny Mina, Moses Esteban and Frederick Manzano) convinced him to audition for Starstruck, he accepted so he joined under the stage name, Marky Cielo. This turned out to be a great decision for him since it lead him to win the show with the titles "Ultimate Male Survivor" and the first and only "Sole Survivor", while defeating his fellow contestants Jackie Rice, Gian Carlos, Iwa Moto, Chuck Allie, and Arci Muñoz. It was stated that he was the first notable Igorot ever to join a talent contest. Besides stardom, he won 10 million pesos worth of prizes, which include a large cash prize, a livelihood showcase, an exclusive GMA talent management contract, and a house and lot in Antipolo, Rizal. He and his family moved to this new home only on 2008, during his birthday, May 12. Prior to that, he lived in Pasig.

Immediately after winning StarStruck, Cielo entered show business with the leading role of Daniel Trinidad in the fantasy television show, Fantastikids, which also stars Isabella de Leon, B.J. "Tolits" Forbes, Jackie Rice, Glaiza de Castro, Sandy Andolong, and veteran actress Melanie Marquez. After this, he began to appear in primetime with guest starring roles in shows such as Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas (as Arman), Bakekang (as Miguelito "Michael" Dimayacyac), and Asian Treasures (as Mateo Madrigal); (incidentally in all three roles the character he played was killed off), as well as a leading role in the Sunday afternoon drama, Boys Nxt Door.[4] He was soon chosen by his network to be the main protagonist in the Philippine remake of Uchuu Keiji Shaider as Alexis del Mundo or Shaider but Dennis Trillo and Aljur Abrenica were included so the show was reformatted to Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan, a spin-off sequel to the Metal Heroes franchise. As Alexis Lorenzo or Zaido Green, he considered this show as his biggest break. Recently, he joined the cast of Sine Novela: Kaputol ng Isang Awit, which also stars Glaiza de Castro, Lovi Poe and Jolo Revilla. He was also a spokesman for Department of Health and was seen in a no-smoking ad campaign with secretary Francisco Duque III.[4] In 2008, he joined the cast of Codename: Asero then LaLola. His last appearance was in LaLola, in which he portrayed the character Billy Lobregat. During his brief career, he had worked with many leading ladies, particularly Kris Bernal, Lovi Poe, and Jackie Rice, as well as Glaiza de Castro, whom he once dated.


According to a statement from the TV network, Cielo, 20, was found dead on December 7, 2008 by his mother Mildred. The night before, he was last seen playing a online video game up until ten o'clock in the evening in an internet cafe in Quezon City. According to the report, his mom went to his room in their house in Antipolo around six o'clock in the morning to wake him up for a charity event. When he did not respond, she immediately rushed him to the nearby Antipolo Doctor’s Hospital where the actor was declared dead on arrival about four hours after he arrived. An initial report states that he died in his sleep. At present, the cause of Cielo’s death remains unknown as his family waits for his medical records to be released.His wake was held in his home for three days then his remains were brought to the Baguio Cathedral, where it would stay for a day. His final resting place is in Bauko, Mountain Province, his mother's hometown. His death is a big disappointment to his family since his father has stated that he was supposed to return to school the following year. In an interview with his mother the following day, she said that she is happy that he was an inspiration to his fans although she is also disappointed since it appeared to her that her son had problems and was unable to discuss them to her.

Cielo's death caused many reactions from among his fans and colleagues alike, most of whom were surprised and shocked by his sudden death.[11] Fellow Igorot were filled with mourning and disbelief when they heard about the event since he had been a model for their people. Even people from the rival network of his network were disappointed to hear the news. Glaiza de Castro, his former on-screen romance, was deeply disturbed by the incident since she was one of the last people who were able to talk to him, particularly about a dream she had involving him which would lead him to predict his own death. His fellow batchmates from StarStruck were deeply saddened by the event especially since most of them had treated him as a brother. Some of them even rushed to see his body immediately after found out about his passing. Many of them reacted with guilt and sympathy since he had a promising career. They have stated that they would truly miss him very much citing the good memories they have spent with him.] Beginning on December 8, the show LaLola began airing "In Loving Memory of Marky Cielo" before the closing credits of each episode.

He is one of four recent Filipino young stars who died prematurely, after Julie Vega (aged 16, who died in 1985 due to cardiac arrest secondary to bronchopneumonia, and the youngest active celebrity to die), Rico Yan (aged 27, who died in 2002 due to pancreatitis) and Miko Sotto (aged 21, who died in 2003 after accidentally falling off from the ninth floor of his condominium residence).

Monday, December 08, 2008



Marian Gracia Rivera, more popularly known as Marian Rivera (born August 12, 1984 in Madrid, Spain) is a Filipino actress and Commercial model. Her first TV role came in 2005 via TAPE Inc.'s afternoon drama, Kung Mamahalin Mo Lang Ako in the lead. However, her breakout role did not come until 2007 when she was cast for the title role in the Philippine remake of MariMar.

Rivera was born in Madrid. Her father is a Spaniard named Francisco Javier Alonso Gracia and her mother is a Filipina named Amalia Rivera. When her parents separated 2 years after her birth, Rivera and her mom left Spain and flew back to her mother's hometown in the Philippines. However, her mother had to leave to continue her work commitment abroad that she was sent to her maternal grandmother, Francisca Rivera in Bacoor, Cavite.[2]

Rivera attended attended in Saint Francis of Assisi College System where she spent her Elementary and High School years and De La Salle University-Dasmariñas for college. She had a 3-month practicum, after which she graduated with a degree in B.S. Psychology.

Rivera evolved from a YouTube video tagged "Marian Sex Scandal". It was allegedly about the actress 'slapping' and shouting at a man in an incident during one of her shootings. Apparently, an unidentified man was apprehended by the actress for recording a video through a phone camera while at the set, resulting to a heated argument. In an interview about the said video, Rivera defended herself, to quote "Kahit payat at maliit ako, hindi ako papayag apihin. Caviteña ako, lalaban ako! Walang nang-aapi sa akin!" ("Even if I'm slim and petite, I will not be oppressed. I'm a Caviteña, I will fight! No one can oppress me!"). Rivera claimed that the man had rudely responded to her with a raised voice when she initially 'teased' him to stop as recording was prohibited on the set, provoking her to defend herself. She denied that she was snobbish to him and no evidence on the said unedited video showed that she said any vulgar words or slapped the man.

source: wikipedia

Sunday, December 07, 2008




Jose Sixto Gonzales Dantes III, popularly known as Dingdong Dantes, is an award-nominated director/actor, born August 2, 1980 in Quezon City, the Philippines. He is one of the most popular & highest paid actors in the Philippines, and is also one of the highest paid underwear model in the country. His past relationships: Antoneitte Taus and Karylle.

Dantes began as a print and commercial model and appeared in a famous dairy product commercial when he was nine years old. He was then part of an all-male dance group called Abztract Dancers, together with his friend and fellow actor, Dino Guevarra, and his cousin and actor, Arthur Solinap. Their group became regulars in Eat Bulaga and That's Entertainment, making him treat legendary starmaker, German Moreno like his own father.

He became more popular in Marimar where he was teamed up with Marian Rivera.
He was voted as one of the World's Sexiest Men in 2008.

His break-up with Karylle was used to promote his love team with Marian Rivera.

1. Dagaw (2009) (filming)

2. One True Love (2008) .... Migs
3. "Obra" (2008) TV series (unknown episodes)
4. "Dyesebel" (2008) TV series .... Fredo Legaspi
... aka Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel (Philippines: English title: complete title)
5. Resiklo (2007) .... Angelo
6. "MariMar" (2007) TV series .... Sergio Santibáñez
7. Ligaw Liham (2007) (voice) .... Ronnie Tuble
8. "Magic kamison" .... Rudy (1 episode, 2007)
... aka Chuchay and the Magic Kamison (Philippines: English title: poster title)
- Little Big Rufo (2007) TV episode .... Rudy
9. "Atlantika" (2006) TV series .... Aquano
10. MTV Pilipinas Music Video Award 2006 (2006) (TV)
11. Eternity (2006) .... Crisanto
12. Moments of Love (2006) .... Marco
13. "Encantadia: Pag-ibig hanggang wakas" (2006) TV series .... Ybrahim
... aka Encantadia: Love Until the End (Philippines: English title)
14. "Encantadia" (2005) TV series .... Ybarro (2005)
15. Mulawin: The Movie (2005) .... Ybrahim
16. "Etheria: Ang ikalimang kaharian ng encantadia" (2005) TV series .... Ybrahim
... aka Etheria (Philippines: English title: short title)
... aka Etheria: The Fifth Kingdom of Encantadia (Philippines: English title: literal title)
17. Bahay ni Lola 2 (2005) .... Rupert
18. "SiS" (1 episode, 2005)
- Tandemonium (2005) TV episode
19. Spirit of the Glass (2004) .... Choppy
20. "Love to Love" .... David Saldaña (1 episode, 2004)
... aka Love 2 Love (Philippines: English title: informal title)
- Sweet Exchange (2004) TV episode .... David Saldaña
21. Annie B. (2004) .... Fernando
... aka Annie B: Bida ng ukay-uka, bongga siya day (Philippines: Tagalog title: long title)
22. Malikmata (2003) .... Alvin
23. Pangarap ko ang ibigin ka (2003) .... Kevin
24. Huling yakap sa tag-araw (2003) (TV)
25. Magkapatid (2002)
26. Akala mo... (2002) .... Eric
27. "Sana ay ikaw na nga" (2002) TV series .... Carlos Miguel Altamonte
28. "Hati-hating kapatid" (2000) TV series

29. Kiss mo 'ko (1999) .... Aaron Vincent Nakpil
30. Honey, My Love, So Sweet (1999)
31. "Anna Karenina" (1996) TV series .... Brix (1998-2002)
32. I'm Sorry, My Love (1998) .... Butch
33. "TGIS" (1995) TV series .... Iñaki Torres
... aka Thank God It's Sabado (Philippines: English title)
34. Shake Rattle & Roll V (1994) .... Elmer
35. Makati Ave. (Office Girls) (1993)

36. Finals (????)

Saturday, December 06, 2008



MARICEL LAXA is the first child and only daughter to celebrity couple Imelda Ilanan and Tony Ferrer. In 1988 and in 1989, she landed a role as leading lady to one of the Philippines’ top comedians via a comic movie. With a string of supporting roles for a number of movies, Maricel was launched in a dramatic vehicle, "Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin" opposite the country’s top actors and actresses for which she garnered several nominations in the best actress category.[citation needed] She realized that sweet feeling of success in the release of the 1992 movie "Iisa Pa Lamang" in which she won as Best Supporting Actress in both the 1992 FAMAS Awards and 1992 Star Awards. Maricel married celebrity host/management trainer Anthony Pangilinan in December of 1993

She graduated with a degree of B.S. Social Sciences at the University of the Philippines, Manila and earned her Master's Degree in Family Life and Child Development at the University of the Philippines, Diliman.

Maricel is a proud born-again Christian.

Thursday, December 04, 2008


raymond bagatsing

RAYMOND BAGATSING was born in Manila to Filipino parents of Indian, Chinese and Spanish descent as Ramon San Diego Bagatsing III. He spent the first decade of his life in the Philippines then moved to Australia when he was 11. He returned to the Philippines after completing his studies at age 19.(Isn't his father was the former mayor of Manila, Ramon Bagatsing).

Having a solid background in mixed martial arts -- kungfu at age 12 and moving on to kickboxing, arnis stick fighting, muaythai, jiujitsu and capoeira--his acting career began as a bit player in an action film which eventually landed him bigger parts. He ventured out of the action genre when a celebrated local film director noticed his acting abilities and cast him as lead in a drama. That role landed him a best actor award –the first of many to come.

With four Best Actor and four Best Supporting Actor film awards in the Philippines, his raw talent has given him the opportunity to work on international projects and with eminent directors whose works have been official entries in renowned film festivals --Hong Kong, Toronto, the AFI and the Oscars in Los Angeles. He won the Best Best Supporting Actor in Famas 1999.


He used to be married to Lara Fabregas, the daughter of Jimmy Fabregas. He remarried in LA in November 2008. The bride is a 60 year- old entertainment writer /promoter, Cora Pastrana.

1. "Encantadia: Pag-ibig hanggang wakas" (2006) TV series .... Emre (2006)
... aka Encantadia: Love Until the End (Philippines: English title)
2. Pandanggo (2006) .... Roy
3. 'Wag kang lilingon (2006) .... Dr. Carl (segment "Uyayi")
4. "Komiks" .... Dr. Cristi (1 episode, 2006)
- Agua Bendita (2006) TV episode .... Dr. Cristi
5. "Encantadia" (2005) TV series .... Emre (2005)
6. "Etheria: Ang ikalimang kaharian ng encantadia" (2005) TV series .... Emre
... aka Etheria (Philippines: English title: short title)
... aka Etheria: The Fifth Kingdom of Encantadia (Philippines: English title: literal title)
7. Eize Makom Nifla (2005) .... Eddie Longo
... aka What a Wonderful Place (International: English title)
8. "Saang sulok ng langit" (2005) TV series .... Vergel
9. Beautiful Life (2004) .... Daniel
10. inter.m@tes (2004) .... Gerry 'Direk' Diaz
11. Crying Ladies (2003) .... Ipe
12. Filipinas (2003)
13. First Time (2003/II)
... aka 1st Time (Philippines: English title: poster title)
14. Kalabit (2003) .... Boggs
15. Sanib (2003) .... Fr. Jess
16. Alab ng lahi (2003)
17. "Narito ang puso ko" (2003) TV series .... Joaquin San Victores
18. Sukdulan (2003) .... Orly
19. "Nginiig" (2003) TV series .... Host
20. Hunger Strike (2002) (TV)
21. "Kung mawawala ka" (2001) TV series .... Alberto Montemayor (2001)
... aka MKM (Philippines: Tagalog title: alternative title)
22. Tatarin (2001)
23. Di kita ma-reach (2001)
24. Huwag kang kikibo... (2001) .... Dimas
25. Marital Rape (2001) .... Brian
26. Sisid (2001)
... aka Dive (International: English title)
27. Kamo (2001) .... Benici
... aka Scammers (International: English title)
28. Buhay kamao (2001)
... aka Buhay na kamao (Philippines: Tagalog title)
29. Ooops, teka lang... Diskarte ko 'to! (2001) .... Ronnie
30. Sugo ng Tondo (2000)
31. Doomsdayer (2000) .... Santiago
... aka Giorno del giudizio, Il (Italy: TV title)

32. Suspek (1999) .... Ric Valiente
33. Soltera (1999) .... Jojo
34. Ekis: Walang tatakas (1999)
... aka Ekis (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
35. Ibibigay ko ang lahat (1999)
36. Ms. Kristina Moran: Babaeng palaban (1999)
37. Burlesk King (1999) .... Mario
38. Malikot na mundo (1999)
39. Serafin Geronimo, kriminal ng Baryo Concepcion (1998) .... Serafin
... aka Kriminal (Philippines: Tagalog title: poster title)
... aka Kriminal ng Bo. Concepcion (Philippines: English title: short title)
... aka The Criminal of Barrio Concepcion (International: English title)
40. Bata, bata... Paano ka ginawa? (1998) .... Johnny
... aka Lea's Story (literal English title)
... aka Lualhati Bautista's Bata, bata... Paano ka ginawa? (Philippines: Tagalog title: complete title)
41. Marahas: Walang kilalang batas (1998) .... Russel
... aka Marahas (Philippines: Tagalog title: short title)
42. April, May, June (1998) .... Rupert
... aka April, May, June - Mga babae (Philippines: Tagalog title: complete title)
43. Bayad puri (1998)
44. Goodbye America (1997) .... Jess Santiago
45. Milagros (1997) .... Benneth
46. Bastardo (1997)
47. Halik ng bampira (1997)
48. Room for Rent (1997)
49. "Mula sa puso" (1997) TV series .... Nardo
50. "Klinik unter Palmen" .... Krankenpfleger Rajah (3 episodes, 1996)
... aka Jungle Hospital
... aka Klinik unter Palmen - Karibik (Germany: fourth season title)
... aka Klinik unter Palmen - Kuba (Germany: eighth season title)
... aka Klinik unter Palmen - Mexiko (Germany: fifth season title)
... aka Klinik unter Palmen - Philippinen (Germany: first season title)
... aka Klinik unter Palmen - Thailand (Germany: second season title)
- Zurück ins Leben (1996) TV episode .... Krankenpfleger Rajah
- Höhere Gewalt (1996) TV episode .... Krankenpfleger Rajah
- Der Wunderheiler (1996) TV episode .... Krankenpfleger Rajah
51. Kara kaakit-akit (1996)
52. Sgt. Pantaleon (1996)
53. Sa bingit ng kamatayan (1996)
54. Dog tag: katarungan sa aking kamay (1995)
... aka Dogtag (Philippines: English title)
55. Kahit singko ay di ko babayaran ang buhay mo (1990)
56. Sgt. Clarin: Bala para sa ulo mo (1990)

57. Dugo sa pakpak ng angel (1980) (TV)

58. Hatulan Bilibid Boys 2 (????)

Tuesday, December 02, 2008


Geraldine Schaer Bonnevie was born January 27, 1961 to Honesto Bonnevie and Jeannette Schaer. Her grandmother is pre-World War II actress Rosita Rivera. She has two children by comedian Vic Sotto, who are now also interested in acting. She began her schooling in St. Theresa's College, Manila, but finished her elementary and secondary education at St. Agnes' Academy in Legaspi City, where she was very active in drama guilds. In 1980 she enrolled in Communication Arts at the Ateneo de Manila University and, later, the University of the Philippines. Introduced by young actor Alfie Anido to director 'Joey Gosiengfiao, she first appeared in teen dramas Underage (1980) and Temptation Island (1981), but her launching movie was _Katorse (1984)_ with Anido and Gabby Concepcion. This film established her as one of the "Regal Babies" (named after the studio, Regal Films). She then appeared in a longer slew of teenage love or growing-pains dramas. Bakit ba ganyan (1981) was a film where she herself sang the theme song and popularized it thus.

In 1985 she ventured into dramatic roles, starting with 'Mike de Leon' 's Hindi nahahati ang langit (1985). Her other films are "A Dangerous Life" (1988) (mini), with American actor Gary Busey; Orapronobis (1989), Pangarap na ginto (1990), Huwag mong salingin ang sugat ko (1991) and Akin ang pangarap mo (1992). In Babaeng nawawala sa sarili, Ang (1989), Bonnevie sizzled and wowed critics and audiences alike in the role of a possessed woman. She also portrayed real-life characters, such as in Eskapo: The Serge Osmena-Geny Lopez Story (1995), as the wife of Geny Lopez; as one of the accused parents in the child-molestation drama, Minsan May Pangarap: The Guce Family Story (1995), shot in New York City; as the girlfriend of activist Leopoldo Mabilangan in Ka Hector (1995); and as Governor Chavit Singson's wife in Chavit (2003), opposite Cesar Montano.

Other notable films where Bonnevie showed maturity as an actress of the highest calibre include: Tinik sa dibdib (1985), for which she won Best Supporting Actress at the Film Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) and Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) awarding ceremonies; Magdusa ka (1986), for which she was given Best Actress awards by FAMAS, FAP and Catholic Mass Media Awards; Gumapang ka sa lusak (1990), directed by Lino Brocka, for which she was nominated by FAMAS and URIAN Awards for Best Actress; and Sa kabila ng lahat (1991), for which she was nominated by FAMAS, FAP and Urian Awards for Best Actress. Other acting nominations are for Kung kasalanan man (1989), FAMAS; Bakit kay tagal ng sandali? (1990), FAP; Tanging yaman (2000), which won Best Picture in nearly all the local awards ceremonies and gave her an URIAN Best Supporting Actress nomination; American Adobo (2001), URIAN Best Actress nomination; and Bridal Shower (2004), URIAN Best Actress nomination again. Bonnevie also appeared in bright comedies with her ex-husband, Vic Sotto, in Hindi pa tapos ang labada, Darling! (1994) and Bakit ba ganyan? (Ewan ko nga ba, Darling) (2000). When they were still married they also appeared together in Ride on Baby (1985) and Mama Said, Papa Said, I Love You (1985). Bonnevie also topbilled Tatarin (2001), based on the short story "Summer Solstice" by Nick Joaquin; critics nearly panned the movie but appreciated Bonnevie's nuanced characterization of Lupe Moreta. A dramatic actress who chooses her roles wisely and a loving mother of two, Bonnevie is sorely missed from present-day Filipino movies. Except for her stints on soap operas and for judging a recent TV talent contest (and just recently, appearing unclothed as the cover of FHM Magazine).

She was married twice. The first was with Vic Sotto to whom she has two children, Danica and Oyoboy. They divorced.

The second marriage was with Richard Dick Penson, from whom he is separated.

Monday, December 01, 2008

Geoff Eigenmann


Geoff Eigenmann, born on March 23, 1985 and son of Gina Alajar and Michael deMesa, is one of today's popular matinee idols.

He was born Geoffrey Michael A. Eigenmann on March 23, 1985. A third generation of the Mesa-Gil clan of actors. Son of showbiz icons Michael De Mesa and Gina Alajar. Grandparents are Eddie Mesa and Rosemarie Gil. Son of Filipino actors Michael De Mesa & Gina Alajar. He is of Spanish/American descent. He has two siblings: older brother Ryan Eigenmann (actor), and younger brother AJ Eigenmann (actor). Nephew of Filipino actors Mark Gil and Cherie Gil. Cousin of actor Gabby Eigenmann and Sid Lucero (Tim Eigenmann). He is good friends with actors co-actors Luis Manzano & John Prats. Formerly paired on-screen with actress Heart Evangelista (2004-2005). Cousin of newcomer actress Andy Gil.

Geoff graduated from Shekinah Christian Training Center in March 2002 and becomes an Alumni of SCTC.

source: wikipedia

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Famas Best Actress -2007 -LORNA TOLENTINO


Saturday, November 29, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 2007-IRMA ADLAWAN

2007 Famas Best Supporting Actress -IRMA ADLAWAN-Ataul for Rent


Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Famas Best Actress 2006-JUDY ANN SANTOS

*2006 JUDY ANN SANTOS -Kasali, Kasalo, Kasal


Best ActressNominees:

Judy Ann Santos (”Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo”), Maricel Soriano (”Inang Yaya”), Gina Pareño (”Kubrador”), Cherry Pie Picache (”Kaleldo”) and Claudine Barretto (”Sukob”).

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 2006-GINA PARENO

*2006 Famas Best Supporting Actress 2006-GINA PARENO-Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo


Best Supporting Actress: Veterans Rio Locsin (”Donít Give Up On Us”), Liza Lorena (”Barang”), Gina Pareño (”Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo”); and young talents Jodi Sta. Maria (”You Are the One”) and Maja Salvador (”Sukob”).

Monday, November 17, 2008

Famas Best Actress 2005-CLAUDINE BARRETO

* 2005 CLAUDINE BARRETO - para sa pelikulang Nasaan Ka Man


Sunday, November 16, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 2005-GLORIA DIAZ

* 2005 Famas Best Supporting Actress-GLORIA DIAZ - para sa pelikulang Nasaan Ka Man


Nominees for Best Supporting Actress:

1. Cherrie Pie Picache “Ako, Legal Wife”
2. Alessandra de Rossi “Kutob”
3. Hilda Koronel “Nasaan Ka Man”
4. Sunshine Dizon “Mulawin”
5. Gloria Diaz “Nasaan Ka Man”

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Famas Best Actress 2004-CLAUDINE BARRETO

* 2004 CLAUDINE BARRETO para sa pelikulang Milan

Friday, November 14, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 2004-ALECK BOVICK

* 2004 Famas Best Supporting Actress -ALECK BOVICK


Thursday, November 13, 2008

Famas Best Actress 2003-ARA MINA

* 2003 ARA MINA para sa pelikulang Huling Birhen sa Lupa


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2003-CELIA RODRIGUEZ

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2003-CELIA RODRIGUEZ


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Famas Best Actress 2002-ALECK BOVICK

* 2002 ALECK BOVICK para sa pelikulang Tampisaw


Monday, November 10, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2002-KRIS AQUINO

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2002-KRIS AQUINO


Sunday, November 09, 2008

Famas Best Actress-2001 LORNA TOLENTINO

* 2001 LORNA TOLENTINO para sa pelikulang Abakada Ina


Saturday, November 08, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2001-CARIDAD SANCHEZ

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2001-CARIDAD SANCHEZ


Friday, November 07, 2008

Famas Best Actress 2000-GLORIA ROMERO

* 2000 GLORIA ROMERO para sa pelikulang Taging Yaman


Thursday, November 06, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2000-ALESSANDRA DE ROSSI

Famas Best Supporting Actress -2000-ALESSANDRA DE ROSSI


Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1999-ELIZABETH OROPESA

* 1999 ELIZABETH OROPESA para sa pelikulang Bulaklak ng Maynila


Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1999-GLYDEL MERCADO

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1999-GLYDEL MERCADO


Monday, November 03, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1998-NIDA BLANCA

* 1998 NIDA BLANCA para sa pelikulang Sana Pag-ibig na


Sunday, November 02, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1998-ANITA LINDA

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1998-ANITA LINDA


Saturday, November 01, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1997-MARICEL SORIANO

* 1997 MARICEL SORIANO para sa pelikulang Nasaan ang Puso


Friday, October 31, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1997-ISABEL GRANADA

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1997-ISABEL GRANADA


Wednesday, October 29, 2008



News about his conviction.

A Taguig judge sentenced actor Bing Davao to a maximum of four years’ imprisonment after finding him guilty of illegal possession of drug paraphernalia during a surprise raid of his condominium unit in Maharlika Village more than a year ago.

Acting Presiding Judge Raul Bautista Villanueva of the Taguig Regional Trial Court Branch 267 also ordered Davao to pay a fine of P50,000.

Davao’s wife Fatima was acquitted of the charges of illegal possession of dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia due to insufficient evidence.

Court records showed that on June 22, 2007, four Taguig police officers were about to serve an arrest warrant on an individual reportedly hiding at the Medium Rise Condominium in Maharlika Village, Barangay Upper Bicutan.

As the policemen reached the second floor of the building, they saw through a glass window a group said to be engaged in a pot session.

Police Officer 3 Danilo Arago of the Taguig Police Intelligence Unit testified in court that upon seeing the group – three men and a woman – they barged into the unit and confiscated a tooter and three plastic sachets of methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu.

Davao, his wife, Police Officer 1 Abdulpatta Tula and Hasbi Muco were arrested and brought to the police station, where they were subjected to drug tests.

Arago said they were not able to apprehend their target suspect.

Davao, a movie and television actor, alleged that the police searched their room and checked their personal belongings even when they were not shown any search warrant. He denied that policemen found shabu paraphernalia in his house.

Davao also testified that Arago asked him for P100,000 and because he refused to give money, the police charged them in court.

While Fatima tested negative for prohibited drugs, Davao, Tula and Muco tested positive for shabu.

“The denial or alibi of accused Bing Davao cannot be given much weight. As far as the court is concerned, it cannot but conclude that the defense being adduced by him is unsubstantiated and unreliable. Surely, he cannot be exonerated on his bare assertions,” Villanueva said.

Tula, who was assigned with the Police Community Precinct 2 of the Taguig Police, and Muco, a former policeman, jumped bail even before they could be arraigned. They remain at large.

“Surely, this indicates that other accused Muco and Tula may have committed the crime being attributed to them and accused Bing Davao. After all, flight is a strong indication of guilt,” the decision read.

News when he was nabbed:

Three days after they were arrested for allegedly engaging in a shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) session, actor Bing Davao and his wife Fatima were slapped with drug charges before the Taguig City prosecutor's office Monday.

The couple and two other persons, including a policeman, were arrested Friday night in an apartment in Maharlika Village, Taguig City. Seized from Fatima were three plastic sachets of suspected shabu.

Inspector Ariel Bait, city police intelligence chief, said the couple and the two other suspects -- Police Officer 1 Abdulpatta Tula and Hasbi Muco, a former policeman -- were charged with possession of illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia.

Bait told the Philippine Daily Inquirer, parent company of, over the phone that the couple have been detained at the city police station since their arrest Friday night and police were still awaiting a commitment order to have them transferred to the city jail.

Bail has yet to be set.

"So far, they are still keeping mum about the incident," he added.

Davao, the older brother of actor Ricky Davao and son of actor Charlie Davao, has refused to comment on his arrest.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1996-SHARON CUNETA

* 1996 SHARON CUNETA para sa pelikulang Madrasta


Monday, October 27, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1996-GINA ALAJAR

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1996-GINA ALAJAR

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1995-MARICEL SORIANO

* 1995 MARICEL SORIANO - para sa pelikulang Dahas


Saturday, October 25, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1995-ARMIDA SIGUION-REYNA

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1995-ARMIDA SIGUION-REYNA


Friday, October 24, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1994-SNOOKY SERNA

* 1994 SNOOKY SERNA - para sa pelikulang Koronang Itim


Thursday, October 23, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1994-CARIDAD SANCHEZ

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1994-CARIDAD SANCHEZ


Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1993-DAWN ZULUETA


* 1993 Dawn Zulueta

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1993-Sharmaine Arnaiz

Famas Best Supporting Actress 1993-Sharmaine Arnaiz

Monday, October 20, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1992-LORNA TOLENTINO

* 1992 Lorna Tolentino para sa pelikulang Narito ang Puso ko


Sunday, October 19, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress -1992-MARICEL LAXA

Famas Best Supporting Actress -1992-MARICEL LAXA


Saturday, October 18, 2008

Famas Best Actress -1991-DAWN ZULUETA

* 1991 DAWN ZULUETA para sa pelikulang Hihintayin kita sa langit

Friday, October 17, 2008

Famas Best Supporting Actress -1991-DAWN ZULUETA

Famas Best Supporting Actress -1991-DAWN ZULUETA