Filipino actors who deceased at age 39

Here are 2 famous actors from Philippines died at 39:


Tado (March 24, 1974 Baybay-February 7, 2014 Bontoc, Mountain Province) a.k.a. Arvin Jimenez, Arvin 'Tado' Jimenez, Tado, "Bigtime" Tado or Tado Jimenez was a Filipino actor. His children are called Leidulataja Jimenez, Katrina May Jimenez, Indi Jimenez and Tila Jimenez.

He died caused by traffic collision.

Aside from being an actor, Tado was also a writer, radio and television host, and activist. He gained popularity through his satirical and comedic commentary on social issues, which he often shared in his radio and television shows. He was also known for his unconventional approach to travel, which he documented in his travel show "Strangebrew".

Tado was an advocate for environmental and social causes, and he was actively involved in various organizations such as Greenpeace and the Save Sierra Madre Network Alliance. Even after his death, his legacy as a social and environmental activist lived on, and his fans continue to honor him by taking part in fundraising programs and other charitable causes in his name.

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Marco Polo Garcia

Marco Polo Garcia (October 4, 1970 Quezon City-March 5, 2010 Quezon City) also known as Marco Polo Adriano - Garcia, Marco Polo, MPG or Marco was a Filipino actor and politician. He had one child, John Steven Garcia.

Garcia started his career in the entertainment industry as a member of the dance group Universal Motion Dancers in the 1990s. He later transitioned into acting and starred in several popular Filipino television dramas such as "Sana Maulit Muli" and "Tabing Ilog". In 2004, he was elected as councilor of the third district of Quezon City.

Aside from his work in entertainment and politics, Garcia was also an advocate for environmental conservation and was involved in several initiatives to promote sustainability. He passed away at the age of 39 due to cardiac arrest. His legacy in the entertainment industry and local politics is remembered by many Filipinos today.

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