Phillip Salvador

Philip Mikael "Ipe" Reyes Salvador (born Felipe Reyes Salvador on August 22, 1953)[1] is a three-time FAMAS award-winning Filipino film and television actor.

Phillip Salvador
Born
Felipe Reyes Salvador

(1953-08-22) August 22, 1953 (age 66)
OccupationFilm and television actor
Years active1965–present
Spouse(s)Emma Ledesma
FamilyBarbra Salvador (oldest daughter)
Luis Salvador (oldest son)
Michelle Salvador (daughter)
Ross Rival (brother)
Lou Salvador Jr. (brother)
Alona Alegre (sister)
Maja Salvador (niece)
Janella Salvador (niece)
Ethan Salvador (grandson)
AwardsFAMAS Best Actor
1986 Bayan Ko: Kapit Sa Patalim
1994 Masahol Pa Sa Hayop
1997 Bobby Barbers, Parak
Gawad Urian Best Actor
1983 Cain At Abel
1984 Karnal
1986 Bayan Ko: Kapit Sa Patalim
FAP Luna Awards Best Actor
1983 Cain At Abel
1986 Bayan Ko: Kapit Sa Patalim
1988 Balweg, The Rebel Priest
1989 Boy Negro
1994 Masahol Pa Sa Hayop
1995 Ka Hector
1997 Hangga't May Hininga
PMPC Star Awards Best Actor
1986 Bayan Ko: Kapit Sa Patalim
1994 Masahol Pa Sa Hayop
1995 Ka Hector

Acting careerEdit

Salvador made his film debut in 1971 with Adios Mi Amor. He toiled in minor roles in Philippine movies until he became a protégé of director Lino Brocka.[2] Together, they made more than ten films in a row,[3] including Ang Tatay Kong Nanay (1978), Mananayaw (1978), Gumising Ka, Maruja (1978), Hayop sa Hayop (1978), Init (1979), Jaguar (1979), Bona (1980), Kontrobersyal (1981), Cain at Abel (1982) and PX (1982). Jaguar, where Salvador played the lead, became the first Filipino film to be entered into competition at the Cannes Film Festival.[citation needed] Salvador played the leading role in another Brocka film, Bayan Ko: Kapit sa Patalim (1985), for which he won his first of three FAMAS Best Actor awards.[citation needed] In 1989, Salvador again starred in another Brocka film, Orapronobis, which was critical of the human rights record of the administration of President Corazon Aquino. That film was banned by the local film censors, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board.[4]

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Salvador headlined several biopics, including Balweg (1986), Boy Negro (1988), Kumander Dante (1988), Joe Pring: Homicide Manila Police (1989) and its sequel Kidlat ng Maynila: Joe Pring 2 (1991), Mancao (1994) and Ka Hector (1995). For his portrayal of Senator Robert Barbers in Bobby Barbers, Parak (1997), Salvador won his third FAMAS Best Actor Award; he had previously won his second such award for Padilla: Bala Lang ang Katapat mo! in 1993.[citation needed]

Salvador transitioned into supporting roles in films such as Utang ng Ama (2003) and Baler (2008). He also co-starred in the ABS-CBN television series Maging Sino Ka Man and Ang Panday.

Personal lifeEdit

Salvador was the son of the athlete and film/stage producer Lou Salvador and Corazon Reyes.[1][2] He is the brother to Alona Alegre, Mina Aragon, Leroy Salvador, Lou Salvador, Jr., Juan Miguel "JM" Salvador, Ross Rival (born Rosauro Salvador), Robert Barcelona and the uncle of actresses Deborah Sun (born Jean Louise Salvador), Jobelle Salvador, Althea Salvador – who is now married to former action star Jess Lapid, Jr., Janella Salvador, and Maja Salvador. He is now married to Emma Ledesma. He has a son named Joshua (born 1995) with actress Kris Aquino as a result of his extra-marital affair.

In January 21, 2009 he beats a bus driver name Michael Baino when he nearly hit his car in Mandaluyong City. He ran for Vice Governor of Bulacan; a running mate of Josefina Dela Cruz who was running for Governor in the 2016 local election. They both lost to incumbent candidates Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado and Daniel Fernando.[5]

Fraud convictionEdit

In 2006, Salvador was convicted by a Las Piñas City trial court for estafa and sentenced to 20 years in prison.[6] The case had been initiated by a businesswoman, Cristina Decena, with whom he had a relationship. As of January 2009, the case is pending appeal with the Court of Appeals.[7]

FilmographyEdit

MoviesEdit

  • Isa Pang Bahaghari (2019)
  • Felix Manalo (2015) .... Rev. Emmanuel Tanco/Seventh Day Adventist pastor
  • Bawat Sandali (2014)
  • Alamat ni China Doll (2013)
  • 10,000 Hours (2013)
  • Mater Dolorosa (2012)
  • Hitman (2012) .... Tomas
  • Ang Panday 2 (2011) .... Lizardo
  • Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story (2011) .... Sgt. Doming Salonga
  • Rosario (2010) .... Don Enrique
  • Ang Panday (2009) .... Lizardo
  • Baler (2008) .... Daniel Reyes
  • For the First Time (2008) .... Santi Sandoval
  • Utang na Ama (2003) .... Ipe
  • Kaaway Hanggang Hukay (2001) .... Col. Baltazar Soriano
  • Huwag Mo Akong Subukan (2000)
  • Pag Oras Mo, Oras Mo Na (2000) .... Capt. Victor de Leon
  • Resbak, Babalikan Kita (1999) .... Warlo
  • Alyas Boy Tigas: Ang Probinsyanong Wais (1998) .... Phillip
  • Berdugo (1998) .... Enrico Gonzales
  • Kahit Pader Gigibain Ko (1998) .... Capt. Roman
  • Onyok Velasco Story (1997) - Phillip
  • Bobby Parkers: Parak (1997) .... Bobby Barbers
  • Hanggang May Hininga (1996) .... Capt. Eliseo "Ellis" Soriano
  • Maginoong Barumbado (1996) .... Angel Solomon
  • Pamilya Valderama (1995) - Adiong Valderama
  • Omar Abdullah: Pulis Probinsiya 2, Tapusin Na Natin Ang Laban (1995) .... Omar Abdullah
  • Ka Hector (1994) .... Leopoldo Mabilangan/Ka Hector/Che/Poldo
  • Tunay Na Kaibigan, Walang Iwanan. Peksman! (1994) .... Daniel Santos
  • Nandito Ako (1994) .... Victor Villegas
  • Mancao (1994) .... Capt. Cezar Mancao
  • Masahol Pa Sa Hayop: Padilla (Bala Lang ang Katapat mo!) (1993) .... Capt. Tomas Padilla
  • Lucio Margallo (1992) .... Lucio Margallo
  • Pat. Omar Abdullah: Pulis Probinsiya (1992) .... Omar Abdullah
  • Tatak ng Cebu II: Emong Verdadero (Bala ng Ganti) (1992) .... Danilo Dela Cruz
  • Uubusin Ko Ang Lahi Mo (1991) - Lt. Peping Guerrero
  • Kidlat Ng Maynila: Joe Pring 2 (1990) .... Joe Pring
  • Okay Ka, Fairy Ko (1990) .... Joe Pring
  • Angel Molave (1990) .... Angel Molave
  • Ikasa Mo, Ipuputok Ko (1990) .... Guiller Sta. Romana
  • Joe Pring: Homicide Manila Police (1989) .... Joe Pring
  • Delima Gang (1989) .... Turoy Delima
  • Orapronobis (1989) .... Jimmy Cordero
  • Ipaghihiganti ko Sa'yo(1989)
  • Atyas Ben Baliwag 2 (1988)
  • Kumander Dante (1988) .... Bernabe Buscayno/Kumander Dante
  • Boy Negro (1988) .... Arsenio Cayanan/Boy Negro
  • Afuang: Bounty Hunter (1988) .... Pfc. Abner Afuang
  • Black Brown Brother (1987)
  • Tatak ng Cebu (1987) .... Danilo Dela Cruz
  • Humanda ka na Ikaw naman ang Susunod! (1987)
  • Balweg (1987) .... Father Conrado Balweg
  • Adiong Valderama (1986) .... Adiong Valderama
  • Gabi Na Kumander (1986)
  • Sumuko na ako sa Batas (1986)
  • Big Ambulance (1986)
  • Dadaan Sa Isang Api (1985)
  • Bayan Ko: Kapit sa Patalim (1985) .... Turing
  • Tinik Sa Dibdib (1985) .... Lando
  • Boncayao Brigada: Sa Kuko ng Mga Kaaway (1985)
  • Alyas Boy Cebuano (1985)
  • Alyas Ben Baliwag (1984)
  • Teteng Shotgun (1984)
  • Alyas Baby Tsina (1984) .... Roy
  • Adultery (Aida Macaraeg Case No. 7892) (1984) .... Carding
  • Sarge (1983)
  • Hot Property (1983)
  • Karnal (1983) .... Narcing
  • Hubad Sa Gubat (1983)
  • Cain At Abel (1982) .... Loren
  • Five and the Skin (1982) .... Carding
  • Cinq Et La Peau (1982)
  • In This Corner (1982) .... Kid Alaminos
  • PX (1982)
  • Sinasamba Kita (1982) .... Oscar
  • Mga Pambato (1982) .... Torong Tisoy
  • Caught In The Act (1982) .... Leo Capili
  • Kontrobersyal (1981) .... Alain
  • Deadly Brothers (1981)
  • Ako Ang Hari (1981)
  • Playgirl (1981)
  • Bona (1980) .... Gardo
  • Nakaw Na Pag-Ibig (1980)
  • Iwahig (1980)
  • Pader At Rehas (1980)
  • Riza Jones (1979)
  • Jaguar (1979) .... Poldo
  • Init (1979) .... Emil Santos
  • Maynila 1970 (1979)
  • Rubia Servios (1978) .... Willy
  • Hayop Sa Hayop (1978)
  • Gumising Ka, Maruja (1978) .... Marco Lorenzo/Rodrigo de Velasquez
  • Ang Tatay Kong Nanay (1978) .... Dennis
  • Mananayaw (1978)
  • Maligno (1977)
  • Bato sa Buhangin (1976) .... Phil
  • Sapagka't Kami'y Mga Misis Lamang (1976)
  • Anak Ng Araw (1975)
  • Anino Ng Araw (1975)
  • Adios Mi Amor (1971)

TV seriesEdit

AwardsEdit

Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result Ref
1983 7th Gawad Urian Best Actor Cain At Abel Won [8]
1st FAP Awards Best Actor Won [9]
1984 8th Gawad Urian Best Actor Karnal Won [10]
1986 35th FAMAS Awards Best Actor Bayan Ko: Kapit Sa Patalim Won [11]
10th Gawad Urian Best Actor Won [12]
4th FAP Awards Best Actor Won [13]
2nd Star Awards for Movies Movie Actor of the Year Won
1988 6th FAP Awards Best Actor Balweg, The Rebel Priest Won [14]
1989 7th FAP Awards Best Actor Boy Negro Won [15]
19th Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Awards Box Office King Afuang / Boy Negro Won
1991 15th Gawad Urian Natatanging Aktor Ng Dekada (1980-1989) Won [16]
1994 42nd FAMAS Awards Best Actor Masahol Pa Sa Hayop Won [17]
12th FAP Awards Best Actor Won [18]
10th Star Awards for Movies Movie Actor of the Year Won
1995 13th FAP Awards Best Actor Ka Hector Won [19]
11th Star Awards for Movies Movie Actor of the Year Won
1997 15th FAP Awards Best Actor Hangga't May Hininga Won [20]
1998 46th FAMAS Awards Best Actor Bobby Barbers: Parak Won [21]
2008 34th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Baler Won [22]
2009 27th FAP Luna Awards Best Supporting Actor Won [23]
35th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Ang Panday Won [24]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Phillip Salvador's Birth Certificate
  2. ^ a b Bibsy M. Carballo (August 12–18, 1979). "The Era of a New Star". TV Times. p. 50.
  3. ^ Bibsy M. Carballo (August 12–18, 1979). "The Era of a New Star". TV Times. p. 51.
  4. ^ Godinez, Bong (2007-09-21). "Cut!" "MTRCB Heads That Said Cut". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 2009-01-12.
  5. ^ Lazaro, Ramon (2015-12-11). "Phillip Salvador to run as vice governor". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2016-04-24.
  6. ^ Caber, Michael (2006-04-26). "Phillip Salvador gets 20 years in prison for estafa". Manila Standard Today. Archived from the original on November 8, 2007. Retrieved 2009-01-12.
  7. ^ Cruz, Marinel (2009-01-28). "Bong: 'Only the best lawyer for Ipe'". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Archived from the original on 2009-01-29. Retrieved 2009-01-28.
  8. ^ "Gawad Urian:1983". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  9. ^ "FAP Awards:1983". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  10. ^ "Gawad Urian:1984". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  11. ^ "FAMAS Awards:1986". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  12. ^ "Gawad Urian:1986". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  13. ^ "FAP Awards:1986". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  14. ^ "FAP Awards:1988". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  15. ^ "FAP Awards:1989". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  16. ^ "Gawad Urian:1991". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  17. ^ "FAMAS Awards:1994". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  18. ^ "FAP Awards:1994". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  19. ^ "FAP Awards:1995". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  20. ^ "FAP Awards:1997". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  21. ^ "FAMAS Awards:1998". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  22. ^ "Metro Manila Film Festival:2008". IMDB. Retrieved 2014-04-09.
  23. ^ "FAP Awards:2009". IMDB. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  24. ^ "Metro Manila Film Festival:2009". IMDB. Retrieved 2014-04-09.

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