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Ikaw ay Pag-Ibig

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Ikaw ay Pag-Ibig (transl. You Are The Love) is a 2011 Philippine family fantasy drama television series directed by Jojo A. Saguin, Erick C. Salud, and Jerome Chavez Pobocan. The series stars child actors Zaijian Jaranilla, Mutya Orquia, Louise Abuel, and Xyriel Manabat, with an ensemble cast consisting of Dimples Romana, Alfred Vargas, Mark Gil, Paulo Avelino, Bembol Roco, Yen Santos, Beverly Salviejo, Gerald Pesigan, Izzy Canillo, and Pen Medina in their supporting roles.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The series premiered on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida nighttime block, replacing 100 Days to Heaven from November 21, 2011 to January 27, 2012.

Ikaw ay Pag-Ibig
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GenreDrama, Family, Fantasy, Religion
Written byCris Lim
Dindo Perez
Directed byJojo A. Saguin
Erick C. Salud
Jerome Chavez Pobocan
StarringZaijian Jaranilla
Mutya Orquia
Louise Abuel
Xyriel Manabat
Dimples Romana
Alfred Vargas
Mark Gil
Paulo Avelino
Bembol Roco
Yen Santos
Beverly Salviejo
Gerald Pesigan
Izzy Canillo
Pen Medina
Opening theme"Sapagkat ang Diyos ay Pag-ibig" by Erik Santos
Country of originPhilippines
Original language(s)Filipino
No. of episodes50
Executive producer(s)Carlina Dela Merced
Production location(s)Philippines
Editor(s)Froilan Francia
Jay Mendoza
Running time30-45 minutes
PHT, UTC+08:00
Production company(s)Dreamscape Entertainment TV
Original networkABS-CBN
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Original releaseNovember 21, 2011 (2011-11-21) –
January 27, 2012 (2012-01-27)
External links
Official Website


Nonoy, Angelica, Tinay, and Edison in an unforgettable story about the true meaning of Christmas. Although they were born poor, being raised by parents who dearly loved them not only made up for their lack of material things but also inspired courage and compassion among them. But the strength of their characters will be put to the test when their parents die in an accident. Left to fend for themselves, the four kids were forced to move on with their lives and celebrate Christmas even without their loved ones. What trials and adventures are in store for them?

Cast and charactersEdit

Main castEdit

Supporting castEdit

Minor castEdit

  • Smokey Manaloto as Francisco "Isko" Garrido
A jeepney driver, he is the husband of Caring and the foster father of Nonoy. On their way back to Manila, they found a baby in the side of the street. Seeing his wife happy carrying the child, he decided to adopt the baby. He died in jeepney crash protecting his family.
  • Arlene Muhlach as Caring Garrido
Wife of a jeepney driver and the foster mother of Nonoy. She died in jeepney crash protecting her son, Nonoy.
A poor family inventor and the father of Edison. He believe if there is an opportunity to help others, they should do it — because if you help someone, you'll definitely be happy. He died in jeepney crash.
  • Danilo Barrios as Peter
A cigarette vendor and the father of Tinay. He died when Rosario's car hit him.
She appears to be kind and loving. She is the human being guarded by Angelica and the key to the accident. Because Angelica failed to protect her, she died on the accident.
  • Isay Alvarez as Idang
Jackstone's biological mother.
  • Yogo Singh as Young Rafa / Young Jesus
He appeared to Nonoy in the end of the series. He guided Nonoy towards his true decision.

Guest castEdit

  • John Lapus as Max[7]
  • Eula Valdez as Ms. Castro - former head of the orphanage. Arrested for child abuse.
  • Malou de Guzman as Ima
  • Noemi Oneza as Girl's Caretaker
  • Janus Del Prado as Andrew's nemesis
  • Igi Boy Flores as Boy's Caretaker
  • Joe Vargas as Bogs - Andrew's henchman
  • Eslove Briones as Ryan - Andrew's henchman
  • Quintin Alianza as Tambay Boy 1
  • Philip Nolasco as Tambay Boy 2
  • Basty Alcances as Voltron
  • Archie Alemania as Mr. Daplan - House Hunter
  • Tess Antonio as Realtor
  • Mike Lloren as Leandro's Bodyguard
  • Yutaka Yamakawa as Police Officer
  • Fonz Deza as Police Chief
  • Jordan Hong as House Buyer
  • Tony Manalo as Ryan's Father
  • Ariel Rivera as Mang Arnel
  • Carlos Agassi as Mr. Dizon
  • Gladys Reyes as Mrs. Dizon
  • Baron Geisler as Turko
  • Niña Dolino as Newscaster/Reporter
  • Allan Paule as Junior
  • Kimberly Diaz as Isay
  • Cherry Lou as Pidyong's wife
  • Mark Joshua Sarayot as Young Junior
  • Veyda Inoval as Young Isay
  • Joonee Gamboa as Pidyong
  • Justin Cuyugan as Young Pidyong
  • Jaime Fabregas as Jonathan Lacerna
  • Lollie Mara as Mrs. Lacerna
  • Susan Africa as Aida
  • Empress Schuck as Nene
  • Nonie Buencamino as Efren
  • Ama Quiambao as Flora
  • Jojit Lorenzo as Elvis
  • Malou Crisologo as Elvis's wife
  • Jayson Gainza as Val Garrido - one of the relatives of Nonoy's adoptive parents.
  • Yayo Aguila as Marietta - Tinay's relative, also Peter, is Tinay's first cousin.
  • Lorenzo Mara as Jerry - Marietta's husband
  • Mika Dela Cruz as Stephanie Marietta's daughter, also Tinay's second cousin.
  • Gio Alvarez as Mark - Edison's adoptive father
  • Kalila Aguiluz as Mark's wife
  • Anita Linda as Max's mother
  • Emilio Garcia as Syndicate Boss
  • Maurice Mabutas as Young Michelle
  • Nash Aguas as Young Andrew

See alsoEdit


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