Filipino actors who deceased at age 52

Here are 4 famous actors from Philippines died at 52:

Mark Gil

Mark Gil (September 25, 1961 Manila-September 1, 2014 Manila) also known as Raphael Joseph De Mesa Eigenmann, Ralph or Raphael John Gil Eigenmann was a Filipino actor. He had six children, Sid Lucero, Andi Eigenmann, Ira Eigenmann, Maxene Eigenmann, Gabby Eigenmann and Stephanie Cheri Jacinto-Eigenmann.

He died caused by cirrhosis.

Mark Gil was known for his versatile acting skills in Philippine cinema and television industry. He started his career in the 80s and appeared in numerous films such as "Batch '81," "Ang Iisa Pa Nating Hagkan Ang Nakaraan," and "Miguelito: Ang Batang Rebelde." He also worked as a director and producer, having produced the movie "Saranggola" and directed "Walang Take Two."

Aside from his work in the entertainment industry, Gil was also an activist who fought for human rights and social justice. He was a member of the Lumad people's organization and actively participated in various demonstrations and protests.

Gil was married to Maricar Jacinto, and their six children followed their footsteps in the entertainment industry. His daughter, Andi Eigenmann, is a well-known actress and social media influencer.

Despite his passing, Mark Gil's legacy lives on as a respected artist and advocate for social change.

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Andy Poe

Andy Poe (February 12, 1943 Manila-September 5, 1995 Manila) also known as Fernando Poe Jr., Fernando Kelley Poe Jr., Andy, Fernando Kelley-Poe or Fernando Kelley-Poe, Jr. was a Filipino actor. He had two children, Fernando Poe IV and Alexander Vaughn Poe.

He died in myocardial infarction.

Andy Poe, more famously known as Fernando Poe Jr. (FPJ), was not only an actor, but also a director and producer in the Philippines. He appeared in over 300 films over the course of his career and was known as the "King of Philippine Movies." In addition to his film career, Poe was also a staunch political figure in the Philippines, running for president in 2004 as the candidate of the opposition party. Although he lost the election, his popularity and influence prompted the creation of the Fernando Poe Jr. Foundation, which aims to continue his legacy of helping the Philippine film industry and promoting the welfare of the Filipino people. Despite his success and accomplishments in both the entertainment and political worlds, Poe remained humble and deeply rooted in his humble beginnings, earning him the respect and admiration of many Filipinos.

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Lino Brocka

Lino Brocka (April 3, 1939 Pilar, Sorsogon-May 21, 1991 Quezon City) a.k.a. Lino Brocka Ortiz, Catalino Ortiz Brocka or Lino O. Brocka was a Filipino film director, screenwriter and actor.

Considered as one of the greatest directors in the history of Philippine cinema, Lino Brocka directed over 60 films throughout his career, including some notable works such as "Tinimbang Ka Ngunit Kulang" (You Were Weighed But Found Wanting), "Maynila sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag" (Manila in the Claws of Light), and "Insiang". He was also a vocal social activist and a critic of Ferdinand Marcos' government, which led him to be arrested and detained during the martial law era in the Philippines. In 1983, he was the first Southeast Asian filmmaker to be invited to the Cannes Film Festival, where his film "Bayan Ko: Kapit sa Patalim" (My Country: Hanging by a Thread) was screened. Brocka died in a car accident in 1991 at the age of 52, leaving behind a legacy that continues to influence Philippine cinema today.

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Orlando Nadres

Orlando Nadres (November 1, 1938 Tayabas-July 14, 1991) a.k.a. Orlando R. Nadres or Orlando Reobaldo Nadres was a Filipino screenwriter, actor, film director and television director.

He was best known for his works in the Philippine film industry during the 1980s, and was awarded Best Screenplay at the 1982 Manila Film Festival for the film "Junior" starring William Martinez. Nadres also directed films such as "Dugong Buhay" and "Ipaglalaban Ko," and worked as a television director for popular shows like "Flordeluna" and "Annaliza." His career spanned several decades and he contributed greatly to the growth and development of the Philippine entertainment industry. Nadres passed away at the age of 52 due to heart failure.

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