Jaime Fabregas

Jaime Francisco García Fábregas (born February 28, 1950[1]), also known as Jimmy Fabregas, is a Filipino actor and musical scorer.

Jaime Fábregas
Jaime Fabregas at Pakil Churchjf.jpg
Fábregas in 2013
Born
Jaime Francisco García Fábregas

(1950-02-28) February 28, 1950 (age 71)
NationalityFilipino
OccupationActor
Years active1974–present
Height5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Spouse(s)Leticia Caballero (divorced)
Consuelo Tordesillas
Children7 (incl. Lara)
Parent(s)Pedro Fábregas
Isabel García

Early lifeEdit

 
Fabregas' ancestral house in San Nicolas, Iriga City

Fábregas was born in Iriga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines to his parents Pedro Fábregas and Isabel García.

CareerEdit

Fábregas is a former host of the gag show Sic O'Clock News on IBC 13. He is also a former wrestling segment reporter of Pinoy Wrestling on PTV 4, where he was dubbed as the Pinoy version of WWE Reporter Mean Gene Okerlund.

He is also a musical scorer, having won awards for his works in films. Shake, Rattle & Roll, which was screened at the 1984 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), was the recipient of the Best Music accolade, a film which he did the musical score for. He also did the musical score for Rizal sa Dapitan and Kutob, which were screened at the 1997 and 2005 MMFF, respectively. Both films were given the Best Musical Score award.[3]

Fábregas currently plays Delfin S. Borja in the ABS-CBN action-drama series FPJ's Ang Probinsyano, starring Coco Martin.

Personal lifeEdit

Fábregas was married to his first wife, Leticia Caballero, with whom he has three children. The couple later divorced. His children with Caballero were former actors - Lara Fábregas, Paolo Fábregas and Minco Fábregas.

He later married his second wife Ma. Consuelo Tordesillas, with whom he has four children. Two of his sons with Tordesillas are musicians - Emilio Fábregas (guitarist of the Filipino band Bonsai! Bonsai!)[4] and Leandro Fábregas (bassist of the Filipino band Rusty Machines).[5]

In addition to his seven children, Fábregas also has twelve grandchildren.

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Production Company
1976 Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon? Comandante
1981 Wild JPM Productions
1982 Oro, Plata, Mata Minggoy Experimental Cinema of the Philippines
1983 Bad Bananas sa Puting Tabing Vanguard Films
1984 Working Girls Board Member Viva Films
1985 Paradise Inn
Isa Isa Lang FPJ Productions
Sex Object
1986 Kamagong VIVA Films
Muslim .357 Jimmy EDL Productions
Iyo ang Tondo, Kanya ang Cavite Felix BSH Films
Halimaw
Tuklaw Don Osmundo Golden Lions Films
1987 Bunsong Kerubin Satur Regal Films
Jack & Jill Don Juanito Bartolome VIVA Films
Takot Ako, Eh!
Kapag Puno Na ang Salop Doctor FPJ Productions
1988 I Love You 3x a Day Viva Films
Smith & Wesson Mr. Ayala Viva Films
1989 Eagle Squad Viva Films
Wooly Booly: Ang Classmate Kong Alien Mad Scientist VIVA Films
1990 Sa Diyos Lang Ako Susuko Mayor Jose Antero VIVA Films
Nardong Toothpick VIVA Films
Dino Dinero Seiko Films
May Isang Tsuper ng Taxi Mr. Velarde FPJ Productions
Baril Ko Ang Uusig LEA Productions
1991 Leon ng Maynila: Lt. Col. Romeo B. Maganto RNB Films
Mayor Latigo Mayor Perez OctoArts Films
1992 Jerry Marasigan, WPD Seiko Films
1993 Dugo ng Panday Gobernador Regal Films
Manchichiritchit Don Andres VIVA Films
Galvez: Hanggang sa Dulo ng Mundo Hahanapin Kita Regal Films
1994 Macario Durano Editorial Chief Moviestar Production
Ismael Zacarias Moviestar Production
Kanto Boy 2: Anak ni Totoy Guapo Don Anselmo Moviestars Production
Si Ayala At Si Zobel OctoArts Films
1995 Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa Star Cinema
Magic Kombat Asst. Dean Mahogany Pictures
1997 Halik ng Vampira OctoArts Films
Cinemax Studios
Rizal sa Dapitan Independent Cinema Association of the Philippines
Moviepix International
PLDT
1998 Nagbibinata Arnold Velasco Star Cinema
José Rizal Luis Taviel de Andrade GMA Films
1999 Scorpio Nights 2 Butch Beltran Serafim Productions, Viva Films
2000 Ayos Na Ang Kasunod FPJ Productions
2002 Ang Agimat: Anting-anting ni Lolo Imus Productions
2003 Spirit Warriors: The Shortcut MAQ Productions
RoadRunner Network
Ngayong Nandito Ka Don Federico Rodriguez Star Cinema
2005 D' Anothers Fr. Florentino Star Cinema
2006 Eternity Fr. Miguel Regal Films
2010 Here Comes the Bride Bien Star Cinema, OctoArts Films, Quantum Films
Rosario Party Guest Cinemabuhay International, Studio5
2011 Ikaw ang Pag-ibig Marilou Diaz-Abaya Film Institute and Arts Center
Star Cinema
A Mother's Story Edgar Star Cinema, ABS-CBN International
2012 Guni-Guni Nanding Regal Films
I Do Bidoo Bidoo: Heto nAPO Sila! Julio Fuentebella Studio 5, Unitel Productions
The Strangers Pete Quantum Films, MJM Productions
2013 Raketeros Heaven's Best Entertainment
When the Love Is Gone Yuri's father Viva Films
2014 Trophy Wife Viva Films
2015 Felix Manalo Padre Mariano Borja Viva Films
2016 Lumayo Ka Nga Sa Akin Priest Viva Films
Heaven's Best Entertainment
2017 Extra Service Don Jose Mondragon Skylight Films, Star Cinema
Ang Larawan Don Aristeo Bernardo Culturtain Musicat Productions
Solar Pictures
Ang Panday Andoy Batungbakal Star Cinema

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Network
1985 Lovingly Yours Various
GMA Network
1987—1990 Sic O'Clock News Sonny Esguerra
IBC 13
1988 A Dangerous Life Ben Balamo
HBO
1989 Pinoy Wrestling Segment Wrestling Reporter
PTV 4
1990 Boracay
RPN 9
1991 Cebu
1992 Tondominium
TV5
Toink: Hulog ng Langit
GMA Network
1993 GMA Telecine Specials
VIVA Spotlight Drama Specials
ATM: Annette Tonyboy Maria
RPN 9
1994 Noli Me Tángere
ABC
Modern Romance sa Telebisyon
GMA Network
1995 Love Notes The Series
TV5
TGIS
GMA Network
Mikee
1996 1896
TV5
Growing Up
GMA Network
1997 Mikee Forever
1999 Maynila
Pwedeng Pwede
ABS-CBN
2000 Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Wedding Cake"
GMA Drama Studio Presents
GMA Network
Super Klenk
2001 Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan Menandro Soriano
ABS-CBN
Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin Roberto Zeñorosa
GMA Network
Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga
2002 Magpakailanman
2002–2003 Habang Kapiling Ka Fausto Bravo
2004 Te Amo, Maging Sino Ka Man
Sarah the Teen Princess
ABS-CBN
2005 Hokus Pokus Various
GMA Network
Ang Mahiwagang Baul Various
Pablo S. Gomez's Kampanerang Kuba Don Francisco Saavedra
ABS-CBN
2006 Majika Aduro
GMA Network
2007 Camera Café Boss Ric
Asian Treasures Pio Roman Dalisay / Gomburza
Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang: "Ang Mahiwagang Kuba" Minister
MariMar Don Augusto Aldama
Pangarap Na Bituin Louie Salcedo
ABS-CBN
Princess Sarah Monsieur Dufarge
2008 Iisa Pa Lamang Enrique Torralba
Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Isda" Maning
2009—2010 May Bukas Pa Fr. Anthony
2010 Claudine Various
GMA Network
Imortal Abraham Villamor
ABS-CBN
2011 Maalaala Mo Kaya: "Birth Certificate" Fred
Iglot Dr. Hugo Petrovsky
GMA Network
Wansapanataym: "My Gulay" Islaw
ABS-CBN
Ikaw Ay Pag-Ibig Judge Jonathan Lacerna
Mars Ravelo's Captain Barbell President
GMA Network
2012 Wansapanataym: "Ang Monito ni Monika" Domeng
ABS-CBN
E-Boy Alfredo Villareal
A Beautiful Affair Arturo Pierro
2013 Wansapanataym: "Hungry Games" Lolo
Juan Dela Cruz Fr. Ramoncito "Cito" Gonzales [6]
My Little Juan
2014 Wansapanataym: "Enchanted House" Grandpa
The Legal Wife Leo Zapanta
Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel Haring Aurelio
Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real Juan Antonio 'Jun' Real Jr.
GMA Network
Vampire ang Daddy Ko Albularyo, Sir Jimmy
2015 Pari 'Koy Bishop Hilario Baltazar
All of Me Vicente Avila
ABS-CBN
2015–present FPJ's Ang Probinsyano PLt. Gen. / National Security Advisor Delfin S. Borja
2018 Barangay 143 Coach Caloy (Voice Only)
GMA Network

As composerEdit

Year Title Production Company Notes
1984 Misteryo sa Tuwa Experimental Cinema of the Philippines
Shake, Rattle & Roll Athena Productions Won for Best Music (MMFF)
1985 Virgin Forest Regal Films Won for Best Musical Score (FAP)
Scorpio Nights Won for Best Music (Gawad Urian)
Boatman AMA Communications
Sex Object Ultravision Films
1986 Halimaw NCV Films Won for Best Musical Score (MMFF)
1987 No Retreat... No Surrender... Si Kumander FPJ Productions
1988 Ibulong Mo sa Diyos Regal Films
Super Inday and the Golden Bibe
One Day, Isang Araw
Sheman: Mistress of the Universe Viva Films
Sandakot Na Bala Regal Films
Smith & Wesson Viva Films
Gawa Na ang Bala Na Papatay sa Iyo Lea Productions
Agila ng Maynila FPJ Productions
1989 The Expendables Premiere Productions Released as Full Battle Gear in the Philippines
Sa Kuko ng Agila JE Productions
Rich Films
V Rich Films
1990 Hepe: Isasabay Kita sa Paglubog na Araw! Double M Productions
Big W Films
1991 Leon ng Maynila: Lt. Col. Romeo B. Maganto RNB Films
Buburahin Kita sa Mundo Good Harvest Unlimited
Hinukay Ko Na ang Libingan Mo Viva Films
Manong Gang: Ang Kilabot at Maganda Moviestars Production
1992 Grease Gun Gang Viva Films With Nonong Buencamino
Dito sa Pitong Gatang
Aguila at Guerrero: Droga Terminators Stellar Films
ABS-CBN Films
1994 Deo Dador: Berdugo ng Munti Harvest International Films Corporation
Vampira Regal Films
Epimaco Velasco: NBI Viva Films and FLT Films International
Kanto Boy 2: Anak ni Totoy Guapo Won for Best Musical Score (MMFF)
1995 Eskapo Star Cinema
Run Barbi Run Cinemax Studios
1996 Mumbaki Neo Films
Johns Hopkins University
1997 Batas Militar Foundation for Worldwide People Power
Ang Probinsyano FPJ Productions
1998 Pagbabalik ng Probinsyano FPJ Productions
Hiling Star Cinema
1999 Scorpio Nights 2 Neo Films
Serafim Productions
Viva Films
Wansapanataym Star Cinema
Alyas Pogi: Ang Pagbabalik Star Cinema
Bayolente Regal Entertainment
2000 Ang Dalubhasa Millennium Cinema
Mahal Kita, Walang Iwanan Regal Films
2001 Tabi Tabi Po FLT Films International
Viva Films
2002 Ang Alamat ng Lawin FPJ Productions
2003 Bayarán Wild World Entertainment Co.
Pakners FPJ Productions
Bertud ng Putik Imus Productions
Masamang Ugat Viva Films
2005 Kutob Canary Films Won for Best Musical Score (MMFF)

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Result Category Award Film
1984 Won Best Music Metro Manila Film Festival Shake, Rattle & Roll
1985 Nominated Best Music Gawad Urian Award Misteryo sa Tuwa
Nominated Best Music Gawad Urian Award Boatman
1986 Nominated Best Music Gawad Urian Award Virgin Forest
Won Best Music Gawad Urian Award Scorpio Nights
Won Best Musical Score FAP Award Virgin Forest
Won Best Music Metro Manila Film Festival Halimaw
1987 Nominated Best Music Gawad Urian Award Private Show
1988 Won Best Musical Score FAP Award Tagos ng Dugo
1989 Nominated Best Music FAMAS Award Ibulong Mo sa Diyos[7]
1990 Nominated Best Music Gawad Urian Award Ang Pumatay ng Dahil sa Iyo
Nominated Best Music Gawad Urian Award Joe Pring: Homicide Manila Police
1991 Won Best Music Gawad Urian Award My Other Woman
1992 Nominated Best Achievement In Sound YCC Award Sa Kabila ng Lahat
Won Best Music Gawad Urian Award
1993 Nominated Best Achievement In Sound YCC Award Tag-araw, Tag-ulan
Won Best Music Gawad Urian Award Narito ang Puso Ko
1995 Nominated Best Achievement In Sound YCC Award Vampira
Nominated Best Achievement In Sound YCC Award Wating
Nominated Best Music Gawad Urian Award
1996 Nominated Best Achievement In Sound YCC Award Sa Ngalan ng Pag-ibig
1997 Won Best Achievement In Sound YCC Award Mumbaki
Won Best Musical Score FAMAS Award
Won Best Musical Score Metro Manila Film Festival Rizal sa Dapitan
1998 Won Best Supporting Actor Metro Manila Film Festival Jose Rizal
1999 Won Best Achievement In Sound YCC Award Curacha: Ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga
Won Best Supporting Actor Star Awards Jose Rizal
Won Best Supporting Actor Gawad Urian Award
Won Best Supporting Actor FAMAS Award
2002 Nominated Best Musical Score FAMAS Award Abakada... Ina
2005 Won Best Musical Score Metro Manila Film Festival Kutob
2011 Nominated Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role Golden Screen Award Here Comes the Bride
Nominated Best Supporting Actor FAMAS Award

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Philippines, Civil Registration (Local), 1888-1983 Image Philippines, Civil Registration (Local), 1888-1983; pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-27265-2394-40". FamilySearch.org. Retrieved 23 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Philippines, Civil Registration (Local), 1888-1983 Image Philippines, Civil Registration (Local), 1888-1983; pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-27265-2474-43". FamilySearch.org. Retrieved 23 July 2015.
  3. ^ Ortega, Carlos (26 March 2016). "Keeping Score: The Great Filipino Musical Scorers". One Music PH. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
  4. ^ "Bonsai! Bonsai!". bandcamp. Retrieved 11 July 2020.
  5. ^ "Rusty Machines". bandcamp. Retrieved 6 November 2020.
  6. ^ http://abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/05/21/13/my-little-juan-debuts-no-1 "My Little Juan' debuts at No. 1"
  7. ^ "FAMAS announces nominees". Manila Standard. Kagitingan Publications, Inc. April 17, 1989. p. 18. Retrieved February 23, 2021. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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