Filipino actors who deceased in 2014

Here are 5 famous actors from Philippines died in 2014:


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.

Aside from being an actor, Tado was also a comedian, writer, radio personality, and television host. He rose to fame in the early 2000s as one of the co-hosts of the iconic Philippine television show, "Strangebrew." He also co-hosted a radio program called "The Morning Show with Tado, Angel, and Goyong."

Tado was known for his unconventional style of comedy, often incorporating social and political commentary in his performances. He continued to act in movies and television shows, such as the independent film "Huling Balyan ng Buhi" and the series "Lakbai."

Sadly, Tado passed away in a bus accident in 2014 while on a trip to Mountain Province with his colleagues. His death was mourned by many in the entertainment industry and his fans, who remembered him as a talented and unique comedian who pushed boundaries with his style of humor.

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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.

Mark Gil came from a prominent showbiz family, the Eigenmann clan. He made his acting debut in the 1980s and appeared in numerous films and television shows throughout his career. Some of his notable movie roles include "Batch '81," "Karnal," and "Himala." He also starred in the popular TV series "Champoy" and "Ober Da Bakod."

Aside from acting, Mark Gil was also a talented painter and visual artist. He held several solo exhibits and his works have been displayed in galleries both in the Philippines and abroad.

In 2014, Mark Gil passed away at the age of 52. His death was mourned by many in the Philippine entertainment industry and his legacy as a versatile actor and artist continues to live on.

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Roy Alvarez

Roy Alvarez (March 23, 1950 Pagbilao-February 11, 2014 Quezon City) a.k.a. Leandro Delantar Alvarez was a Filipino actor, screenwriter, film director and television director.

He initially pursued a career in architecture but shifted to acting, eventually becoming one of the most respected actors in Philippine cinema and theater. Some of his notable acting roles include "Macho Dancer" (1988), "Misis mo, misis ko" (1988), and "Minsan lang kita iibigin" (1994). He also wrote and directed films, such as "Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo" (1980) and "Maalaala Mo Kaya: The Movie" (1994). Additionally, he was a member of various theater groups, including Tanghalang Pilipino and the Philippine Educational Theater Association. He passed away at the age of 63 due to a heart attack.

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Roldan Aquino

Roldan Aquino (May 2, 1948 Alabat, Quezon-March 10, 2014 Metro Manila) otherwise known as Rolando Aquino or Rolando Desembrana Aquino was a Filipino actor.

He was known for his roles in various films and television shows throughout the Philippines. Aquino started his acting career in the early 1970s and appeared in over 200 movies and series in his lifetime. He was known for his versatility in playing both protagonist and antagonist roles. Some of his notable projects include "Batch '81," "Karnal," and "Dekada '70." Aside from acting, he was also a director, writer, and producer. In 2010, he was awarded the Best Supporting Actor Award in the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival for his role in the movie "Muli." Aquino died on March 10, 2014, due to cardiac arrest at the age of 65.

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Júnior (September 10, 1943 Manila-April 15, 2014 Torrelodones) otherwise known as Antonio Morales Barretto, Antonio Morales, Antonio Barreto Morales Jr., Juan y Junior, Los Brincos or Junior was a Filipino singer, actor and singer-songwriter. He had three children, Shaila Dúrcal, Carmen Morales and Antonio Morales.

Júnior started his career in the music industry in the early 1960s. In 1963, he was recruited as the lead vocalist for the Spanish rock band Los Brincos. The band became extremely popular in Spain, and during his tenure with the band, Júnior released several hit songs.

After leaving Los Brincos in 1968, Júnior pursued a solo career as a singer-songwriter and actor. He released several successful albums and starred in a number of films and television shows. Júnior was known for his distinctive voice and his ability to perform a wide variety of musical styles, including rock, pop, and ballads.

Throughout his career, Júnior received numerous awards and recognitions for his contributions to music and the arts. In 2004, he was inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame in recognition of his songwriting abilities.

Júnior passed away on April 15, 2014 in Torrelodones, Spain, at the age of 70. His legacy continues to influence musicians and fans around the world, and his music remains an important part of the Spanish music scene.

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