Ariel Aquino Muhlach[4] (Tagalog pronunciation: [ˈmulak]; born August 12, 1969), popularly known as Aga Muhlach, is a Filipino actor.[5] Regarded as the "King of Romance-Drama"[6] and the Philippines' Original Hearthrob,[7] he has received numerous local and international accolades throughout his career, including Star Awards, Maria Clara Awards, and FAMAS Award.

Aga Muhlach
Born
Ariel Aquino Muhlach

(1969-08-12) August 12, 1969 (age 53)
Alma materSan Beda College, Manila
Occupations
Years active1975–present
Agent(s)ABS-CBN
(1993–2011, 2016–2017)
TV5
(2011–2014, 2020–present)
Viva Artists Agency
Height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Political partyLiberal Party (2012–??)
Spouse
(m. 2001)
[2]
ChildrenLuigi "Igi Boy" Muhlach[3]
Andres Muhlach[2]
Atasha Muhlach[2]
RelativesAJ Muhlach (half-brother)
Niño Muhlach (cousin)
Alonzo Muhlach (nephew)
Amalia Fuentes (aunt)
Liezl Martinez (cousin)
AwardsSee Awards and nominations

He was introduced to the entertainment industry using his real name "Ariel Muhlach" at the age of seven when he appeared in the 1975 film May Isang Tsuper ng Taksi and the 1976 film, Babaing Hiwalay Sa Asawa,[8] but he only became well known (under his new screen name "Aga Muhlach") with the success of the 1984 film Bagets,[9] after which he became a popular matinee idol.[5] He also unsuccessfully ran for a 2013 congressional seat in Camarines Sur.

As of October 2015, during the 60th birthday of ABS-CBN President Charo Santos-Concio, Muhlach confirmed that he has returned to original home network ABS-CBN after more than three years with TV5.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

Aga Muhlach was born at 2:30 PM on August 12, 1969, at Galang Maternity Clinic in Santa Cruz, Manila to Álvaro Amador Muhlach (Jan. 16, 1944-May 12, 2018) and Anita Adis Aquino (May 26, 1949-Nov. 18, 2007). He is one of nine children: three sisters Arlene, Almira and Andrea; and five brothers AJ, Andrew, Anton, Aaron and Albert.[1][4] He finished high school at Aquinas School[10] in San Juan City, and entered San Beda College to study Commerce. He discontinued studies when he focused on his acting career.[11]

Muhlach is from a prominent show business family. His father is a younger brother of former dramatic actress Amalia Fuentes; his cousin, Niño Muhlach, was the leading child actor of the 1970s; his brother AJ Muhlach was a member of boy band XLR8; his two sisters are also actresses.[12]

His family has Spanish (Asturian), German, and Chinese roots. His paternal grandfather, Álvaro Muhlach Agüera, was born in Barcelona, Spain, to Alejandro Muhlach Agüera and Enriqueta Agüera Iglesias, who were from Santander and Comillas, respectively both in Cantabria, but their ancestry originated from Asturias. His paternal grandmother, Concepción Borja Amador, was born in Xiamen, China, to a Chinese father and a Bicolano mother from Goa, Camarines Sur.

Acting careerEdit

1970s–1980s: Teenage yearsEdit

He began his career as a child actor in the 1975 film, May Isang Tsuper ng Taksi and 1976 film, Babaing Hiwalay Sa Asawa; his aunt Amalia Fuentes was the lead in the latter film.[8] At this point he was still using his real name in the credits. He also appeared in the 1980 film Aguila which starred Fernando Poe Jr. and Christopher de Leon.[5]

At age 14, Muhlach was cast as one of the male leads in Viva Entertainment's 1984 film, Bagets. The film, which is about typical teenage life in the 80s, also starred William Martinez, Herbert Bautista, JC Bonnin, and Raymond Lauchengco. As the majority of the target audience could relate to the story, the film was a success,[9][13] and Muhlach became a popular matinee idol.[5]

As a result of his popularity, he was cast in the title role in Miguelito, Ang Batang Rebelde, in which he portrayed a rebellious teenager in conflict with his mother.[14] He was nominated for "Best Supporting Actor" in the FAMAS Awards,[15] and "Best Actor" in the Gawad Urian Awards.[5][16]

He was paired with Janice de Belen in the 1986 film, Super-Wan-Tu-Tri, alongside Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon.[17] The next year, he received his first acting award at the 1987 Gawad Urian Awards for "Best Supporting Actor" for his performance in the 1986 film, Napakasakit, Kuya Eddie.[18]

1990s: Mature rolesEdit

With a younger generation of actors emerging, Muhlach took on the challenge of more mature roles, increasing his stock as one of the top matinee idols.[5] Hiring publicist Ethel Ramos as his manager, he developed into one of the top dramatic actors of the 1990s.[19]

He was the male lead in light-hearted chick flick films Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal (1992) and Sana Maulit Muli (1995) with leading lady Lea Salonga, Bakit Pa Kita Minahal (1994) with Kris Aquino and Ruffa Gutierrez, Basta't Kasama Kita (1995) with Dayanara Torres, May Minamahal (1993) and Ikaw Pa Rin Ang Iibigin (1998) with Aiko Melendez, and Dahil May Isang Ikaw (1999) with Regine Velasquez, as well as starring in more serious dramas: Nag-Iisang Bituin (1994) with Vilma Santos, Sinungaling Mong Puso (1992) with Gabby Concepcion, Bayarang Puso (1996) with Lorna Tolentino, and Sa Aking Mga Kamay (1996) with Christopher de Leon among others.

He also branched out into television sitcoms including his first as a lead in ABS-CBN's Oki Doki Doc from 1993 to 2000.[20] The series had a film spin-off entitled Oki Doki Doc: The Movie produced by Star Cinema in 1996.[21]

2000s–present: A "leading man" of his generationEdit

In the 2000s, Muhlach appeared in a number of television series such as Da Body En Da Guard (2001), Da Pilya En Da Pilot (2001), OK Fine Whatever (2003), and the continuation of Oki Doki Doc, That's My Doc (2007).

After 18 years at ABS-CBN, Muhlach transferred to TV5 in 2011 to focus more on hosting.[22] His last project with ABS-CBN was M3: Malay Mo Ma-develop in 2010, and In the Name of Love with Star Cinema.

In 2013, there were discussions about Muhlach teaming up with his former leading actress, Lea Salonga for the third time.[23]

Personal lifeEdit

In the early days of his acting career, he was often turned down for roles. For example, Lily Monteverde, a Regal Films producer turned him down many times after Douglas Quijano, talent manager, had introduced Muhlach and the film Bagets to her.[13] Muchlach also had problems managing his finances and was often without money.[24] in the early 90s he was given upbeat projects In 1992, Lily Monteverde produced Sinungaling Mong Puso with Vilma Santos which gained Aga Muhlach his Best Supporting Actor he gained notoriety for his on and off again relationship with Janice De Belen as they started in Pakasalan Mo Ako with co actors John Estrada and Gabby Concepcion. In 1990-1999 he was the most paid actor, he was paired with Aiko Melendez in May Minamahal, (1994, 1997) Kris Aquino (1993, 1994), Ruffa Gutierrez, G. Toengi (1999), Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski (1994, 1998) Regine Velasquez, (1999, 2001, 2012) Lorna Tolentino, (1996) Carmina Villaroel, (1994, 1996) Maricel Laxa, (1994) Dawn Zulueta, (1993) beauty queen Dayanara Torres (1995) Lea Salonga, (1992, 1995) Alice Dixson and Snooky Serna (1991). In the 2000s he worked with then controversial sex goddess Joyce Jimenez in 2001 on sitcom TV in Da Body en Da Guard and even in romantic com film in Narinig Mo Na Ba Ang Latest? In 2001 he starred in the box office hit Pangako Ikaw Lang with Velasquez In 2002 he starred with future box office actresses Claudine Barretto in Kailangan Kita in 2002, and Dubai 2005, Sharon Cuneta in Kung Ako Na Lang Sana (2003), Kristine Hermosa in All My Life 2004, Maricel Soriano and Angelica Panganiban in A Love Story (2007), and 2008 with Anne Curtis in When Love Begins. In the 2010s he starred in In The Name Of Love with Angel Locsin as well as Miracle in Cell No. 7 with Bela Padilla.

Romantic relationshipsEdit

In 1986, 17-year-old Muhlach decided to have a child with Janice de Belen after being paired up in the film, Super-Wan-Tu-Tri. De Belen announced her pregnancy on a primetime television and said that Muhlach had asked her to marry him, but that she had refused as they were still young.[25] Muhlach's father was also against the marriage because of their ages.[26] De Belen gave birth to Luigi "Igi Boy" Muhlach, Muhlach's first child.[3]

In 1993, he was dating Aiko Melendez during the shoot of their movie May Minamahal but after their relationship ended, he was linked romantically with Puerto Rican former Miss Universe and 1995 film Basta't Kasama Kita leading actress Dayanara Torres.[27] Reports said that Muhlach had been intending to follow Torres to Puerto Rico and marry her, but did not because he chose his acting career over personal matters. The couple dated for about three to four years.[19]

Married lifeEdit

Muhlach married Charlene Gonzalez in May 2001.[24] They started dating only after he asked for her parents' permission to get engaged to her. They met through Gonzalez' cousin and his former co-star, J.C. Bonnin, when he was 16 years old. They met again during the 1994 Binibining Pilipinas pageant in which he was the judge and she won as Binibing Pilipinas–Universe. She was also his co-star in Oki Doki Doc, where they became friends. They got married on May 28, 2001, in St. Joseph the Worker Parish in Pacdal, Baguio, less than a year after their engagement. They have twins named Atasha and Andres.[2]

LegacyEdit

When I do a project, I give it my all...I don't want to pressure myself with the idea of awards. Neither do I want to be complacent because I won one recently. After winning, I try to forget about it and treat each project like it's my first. — Aga Muhlach[28]

Muhlach is considered one of the most bankable actors in the Philippine entertainment industry.[29] He is known for being one of the Philippine cinema's leading men of romantic dramas, being partnered up with well-known leading ladies such as Lea Salonga, Sharon Cuneta, Claudine Barretto, Maricel Soriano, Angel Locsin, Regine Velasquez, Kris Aquino, Aiko Melendez, Anne Curtis and recently Bea Alonzo and Bela Padilla. He is also claimed as a multi-media product endorser, a role model to Filipinos of all ages, a supporter of underprivileged children, a matinee idol, and multi-award winning actor.[30]

PoliticsEdit

In 2013, Muhlach ran for a seat in the House of Representatives to represent Camarines Sur's 4th district under the then-ruling Liberal Party.[31] However, he lost to Felix William Fuentebella, son of outgoing representative Arnulfo Fuentebella and a member of a political dynasty, by almost 3,000 votes.[32] He filed an electoral protest before the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal on June 4, 2013, alleging that there was massive vote buying, ballot tampering or errors on vote-counting machines in seven municipalities under the district.[33][34] However, it was later dismissed as he and Fuentebella mutually agreed to drop the case.[35]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Character/Role
1975 May Isang Tsuper ng Taksi
1976 Babaing Hiwalay sa Asawa
1980 Aguila Danielito Aguila
1984 Erpat Kong Forgets
Bagets Adie
Ibulong Mo sa Puso
Paano Ba ang Magmahal?
Campus Beat RED
Hotshots
1985 Miguelito: Batang Rebelde Miguelito/Mike
The Crazy Professor
Oks Na Oks Pakner
Super Wan-Tu-Tri Abel
1986 When I Fall in Love
Napakasakit, Kuya Eddie Dino
Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan Kita Joel
Bakit Madalas ang Tibok ng Puso? Ricky
1987 Bunsong Kerubin Efren
Topo-Topo Barega Efren
1988 Rosa Mistica Mike
Lord, Bakit Ako Pa?
1989 My Pretty Baby Bobby
Hot Summer
Here Comes the Bride
Impaktita Jessie
Irosin: Pagputok ng Araw, Babaha ng Dugo
1990 Too Young Montilla
1991 Pakasalan Mo Ako Jerry
Joey Boy Munti, 15 Anyos Ka sa Muntinlupa Joey Boy
I Want To Live
1992 Ang Katawan ni Sofia Arnold
Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal Tommy
Sinungaling Mong Puso Jason
1993 Ms. Dolora X
Humanda Ka Mayor!: Bahala Na ang Diyos
Hindi Kita Malilimutan Nestor
Guwapings Dos Chappy
Akin Ka, Magdusa Man Ako
Abel Morado: Ikaw Ang May Sala Abel Morado
Paniwalaan Mo
May Minamahal Carlitos
1994 Bakit Pa Kita Minahal Jet
Forever Chito
Nag-Iisang Bituin Miggy
1995 Basta't Kasama Kita Alex
Sana Maulit Muli Jerry Morales
1996 Kristo possessed young man
Bayarang Puso Martin Villanueva
Ikaw ang Mahal Ko As Himself
Oki Doki Dok: The Movie Doc Aga
Sa Aking Mga Kamay Gene Rivera
1998 Ikaw Pa Rin ang Iibigin Sonny Lerma
Dahil Ba Sa Kanya Jed Espinosa
1999 Hinahanap-Hanap Kita Bryan
Dahil May Isang Ikaw Andrew Castro
2001 Narinig Mo Na Ba Ang L8est Popoy
Pangako...Ikaw Lang Vince
2002 Kailangan Kita Carl Diesta
2003 Kung Ako na Lang Sana Enteng
2004 All My Life Sam
2005 Dubai Raffy Alvarez
2007 A Love Story Ian Montes
2008 When Love Begins Ben Caballero
2010 RPG: Metanoia Daddy (Voice)
2011 In the Name of Love Emman Toledo
2012 Of All the Things Umboy
2017 Seven Sundays Allan Bonifacio
2018 First Love Nick Gutierrez
2019 Nuuk Mark
Miracle in Cell No. 7 Joselito "Lito" Gopez

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Network
1985–1996 Lovingly Yours, Helen GMA Network
1986–1995 Vilma On Seven
1987 Hapi House! Rocky IBC
1993–2000 Oki Doki Doc Dr. Agaton "Doc Aga" Villaluz ABS-CBN
1993–2001 Star Drama Presents
1995–2010; 2016–present ASAP Natin 'To
1998 Magandang Tanghali Bayan Guest performer
2001 Da Body en da Guard
Da Pilya en da Pilot
2002–2004 OK Fine Whatever Michael
2004–2006 OK Fine, 'To Ang Gusto Nyo! Michael
2005 Wowowee
2006 OK Fine, Oh Yes
2007–2008 That's My Doc Dr. Agaton "Doc Aga" Abogado
2008 Matanglawin
2009 It's Showtime
2010 M3 (Malay Mo Ma-develop) Jose Maria "JM" Benicio III
2011–2013 Pinoy Explorer Host TV5
2013–2014 Let's Ask Pilipinas Host
2016 Magandang Buhay ABS-CBN
Pinoy Boyband Superstar Judge
2017 Tonight with Boy Abunda
2019 Gandang Gabi Vice
2020 Wowowin Himself / Guest co-host GMA Network
Masked Singer Pilipinas Judge TV5
2022 Suntok sa Buwan Jimmy Boy
Tara Game,Agad Agad Judge NET25

EndorsementsEdit

He is one of the male celebrities who are in-demand for advertising contracts.[24] One of his advertisements is with Jollibee, in which he is a longtime commercial endorser of the fast food chain. In addition, he is the founder of MaAga Ang Pasko, an annual Christmas gift giving event of Jollibee starting in 1994, wherein people can donate things such as toys and clothes.[36][37]

The following is an incomplete list of his former and present commercials and product endorsements:[38]

Awards and nominationsEdit

FAMAS Awards

2018 Nominated Best Supporting Actor FAMAS Award Seven Sundays (2017)

2012 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award In the Name of Love (2011)

2009 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award When Love Begins... (2008)

2008 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award A Love Story (2007)

2006 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award Dubai (2005)

2005 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award All My Life (2004)

2004 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award Kung ako na lang sana (2003)

2000 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award Dahil may isang ikaw (1999)

1997 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award Bayarang puso (1996)

1996 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award Sana maulit muli (1995)

1994 Nominated Best Actor FAMAS Award May minamahal (1993)

1993 Won Best Actor FAMAS Award Sinungaling mong puso (1992)

1986 Nominated Best Supporting Actor FAMAS Award Miguelito: Batang rebelde (1985)


FAP Awards, Philippines

2018 Won Best Actor FAP Award Seven Sundays (2017)

2013 Nominated Best Actor FAP Award Of All the Things (2012)

2009 Nominated Best Actor FAP Award When Love Begins... (2008)

2008 Nominated Best Actor FAP Award A Love Story (2007)

1996 Nominated Best Actor FAP Award Sana maulit muli (1995)


Gawad Urian Awards

2004 Nominated Best Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor) Gawad Urian Award Kung ako na lang sana (2003)

2003 Nominated Best Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor) Gawad Urian Award Kailangan kita (2002)

1996 Won Best Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor) Gawad Urian Award Sana maulit muli (1995)

1994 Nominated Best Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor) Gawad Urian Award May minamahal (1993)

1993 Nominated Best Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor) Gawad Urian Award Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal (1992)

1992 Nominated Best Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor) Gawad Urian Award Akin ka magdusa man ako (1993)

1987 Won Best Supporting Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangalawang Aktor) Gawad Urian Award Napakasakit, kuya Eddie (1986)

1986 Nominated Best Actor (Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktor) Gawad Urian Award Miguelito: Batang rebelde (1985)


Golden Screen Awards, Philippines

2013 Won Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Musical or Comedy) Golden Screen Award Of All the Things (2012)

Won Dekada Award

2012 Won Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Drama) Golden Screen Award In the Name of Love (2011)

2006 Nominated Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Drama) Golden Screen Award Dubai (2005)

2004 Won Best Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role (Musical or Comedy) Golden Screen Award Kung ako na lang sana (2003)


Maria Clara Awards

2006 Won Best Actor Maria Clara Award Dubai (2005)


Metro Manila Film Festival

2019 Nominated Best Actor Festival Prize Miracle in Cell No.7

1993 Won Best Actor Festival Prize May minamahal (1993)

1992 Won Best Actor Festival Prize Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal (1992)


Star Awards for Movies

2013 Nominated Movie Actor of the Year Star Award Of All the Things (2012)

Nominated Darling of the Press Special Award

2012 Won Movie Actor of the Year Star Award In the Name of Love (2011) Tied with Jorge Estregan for Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story (2011)

2009 Nominated Movie Actor of the Year Star Award When Love Begins... (2008)

2008 Nominated Movie Actor of the Year Star Award A Love Story (2007)

2006 Won Movie Actor of the Year Star Award Dubai (2005)

PMPC Star Awards For TV

2014 Won Best Travel Program Host

   Star Award Pinoy Explorer (TV5, 2014) 


Young Critics Circle, Philippines

1996 Nominated Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role YCC Award Sana maulit muli (1995)

1994 Won Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role YCC Award Hindi kita malilimutan (1993)

1992 Won Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role YCC Award Joey Boy Munti, 15 anyos ka sa Muntilupa (1991)

Box-Office Entertainment Awards (Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation)

2008 Won 38th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Film Actor of the Year[39][40]

Further readingEdit

  • Cristine Directo (1994). "Philippine Film". In Nicanor Tiongson (ed.). CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art. Vol. VIII (1st ed.). Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines. p. 283. ISBN 971-8546-31-6.
  • "Aga Muhlach recalls his colorful showbiz career for Inside the Cinema". Pep.ph. 2009-06-07. Retrieved 2014-06-14.

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