Boy Alano

Hernando (Boy) Alano (born March 20, 1941 in Manila[1]) is a Filipino actor and former child actor. He won the award for Best Child Actor at the 5th Asian Filmfest.

Boy Alano
Born
Hernando Alano

(1941-03-20) March 20, 1941 (age 79)
NationalityFilipino
OccupationActor
Years active1951-present

Early lifeEdit

He was the third child of Consuelo Sotto and Exequiel Alano. He went to Moises Salvador Elementary School and finished high school at National University. He did a year in Far Eastern University and took Commerce. His first dream was to become a businessman.[1]

CareerEdit

He first appeared in Roberta and became a star in Kiko. In 1969 he made about 200 movies starting in 1950.He was also on the radio show Ricky Romantiko on DZXL every Sunday. His best friends were Victor Wood and Renato del Prado.[1]

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

  • I Heart You Pare - GMA _2011
  • Untold Stories Mula Sa Face to Face - TV5 _2010
  • Pidol's Wonderland - TV5 _2010
  • Pilyang Kerubin - GMA _2010
  • Jejemom - GMA _2010
  • Kaya ng Powers - GMA_ 2010
  • Maynila - GMA _ 2010
  • Totoy Bato - GMA _ 2009
  • Show Me Da Manny - _ 2009
  • May Bukas Pa - ABS-CBN _2009
  • Joaquin Bordado - GMA _ 2008
  • Codename: Asero - GMA _ 2008
  • Ful Haus - GMA 2007-_ 2009
  • Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang - GMA _ 2007
  • Dalawang Tisoy - Solar TV 9 _ 2007
  • Baywalk - QTV _ 2006
  • Sugo - GMA _ 2005
  • Mulawin - GMA _ 2005
  • Noel - QTV _ 2005
  • Walang Kukurap - GMA _ 2005
  • Magpakailanman - GMA _ 2002-2008
  • Back to Iskul Bukol - IBC _ 1998

FilmEdit

  • 1951 - Roberta (Sampaguita Pictures)
  • 1951 - Anghel ng Pag-ibig (Sampaguita)
  • 1952 - Rebecca (Sampaguita)
  • 1953 - El Indio (Sampaguita)
  • 1953 - Munting Koronel (Sampaguita)
  • 1953 - Anak ng Espada (Sampaguita)
  • 1953 - Maldita (Sampaguita)
  • 1954 - Musikong Bumbong (Sampaguita)
  • 1955 - Kuripot (Sampaguita)
  • 1956 - Prince Charming (Sampaguita)
  • 1957 - Batang Bangkusay (Sampaguita)
  • 1958 - The Day of the Trumpet [C.H. Santiago Film Org.] - Best Child Actor, 5th Asian Filmfest
  • 1964 - Sa Bilis Walang Kaparis
  • 2002 - Lapu-Lapu - Lagum
  • 2012 - Of All the Things (Viva Films & GMA Films)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Silverio, Julio (1969). Pilipino Magazine. Manila: Philippine Free Press. p. 25.

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