Shalala

Carmelito Reyes, better known as Shalala, (born January 22, 1951) is a Filipino radio-TV personality,[1] a comedian and also a production staff of some movies and recently a new actor.

Shalala
Born
Carmelito Reyes

(1951-01-22) January 22, 1951 (age 69)
OccupationTV host, comedian, radio personality & actor
Years active2001-present
RelativesNonong Ballinan

Early lifeEdit

Carmelito Reyes "Shalala" was born on January 22, 1951 in Manila, Philippines

Early careerEdit

Shalala's 1st TV Show was "Walang Tulugan With The Master Showman" in 2001, but he transferred to TV5 around 2010 for his new projects TV shows, and his other acting skills and hosting jobs on his former TV network.

Current CareerEdit

Shalala returned to GMA Channel 7 in 2014 following his return to "Walang Tulugan With The Master Showman" with new host Nora Aunor replacing the late Kuya Germs who died in 2016, but the show ended also the same year last February 2016.

In 2017, Shalala returns to TV again for guesting in Sunday Pinasaya also on GMA 7, this was his 1st guesting TV appearance since following after Kuya Germs death exactly 1 year in 2016.

He was a former supporting cast in ABS-CBN's defunct afternoon teleserye Pusong Ligaw with his co-star Bianca King, that also came from TV5. They will also be joined by Beauty Gonzalez, but the drama series ended around January 2018. This was Shalala's 1st ABS-CBN 2 Show since he left from GMA 7.

Shalala returned to his original tv network GMA 7 via a weekend musical variety program, Sunday PinaSaya", and a comedy anthology, "Dear Uge" which he plays a gay father around 2019, and he guested in a morning talk program, "Mars Pa More" and he played in a popular segment, "Bawal Ang Judgemental" on "Eat Bulaga" this 2020.

Personal LifeEdit

Shalala's relative was Walter Mark "Nonong" Ballinan, a comedian tv host of ABS-CBN Channel 2.

FilmographyEdit

RadioEdit

TelevisionEdit

  • Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman (GMA 7, 2001–2010, 2014–2016) co-host
  • "StarTalk" (GMA 7, 2005-2015) - guest co host
  • Daisy Siete Season 22: Kambalilong (GMA 7, 2009)
  • Tweetbiz (QTV, 2010) paparazzi
  • "Eat Bulaga!" (GMA 7, 2010-present) guest
  • Juicy! (TV5, 2010–2012) host
  • Swerte Swerte Lang (TV5, 2011) host
  • Inday Wanda (TV5, 2011)
  • Hey it's Saberdey! (TV5, 2011–2012) host
  • Good Morning Club (TV5, 2012–2014) co-host
  • "Wasak!" (ONE PH, 2013) - guest
  • "Bubble Gang" (GMA 7, 2015-present) - guest
  • "Sabado Badoo" (GMA 7, 2015) - cameo footage featured
  • CelebriTV (GMA 7, 2015) - co-host
  • "Ang Pinaka" (GMA News TV 27, 2015-present) - guest
  • "StarStruck Season 6" (GMA 7, 2015-2016) - guest talent manager
  • Dear Uge (GMA 7, 2016-present) - various/guest
  • Sunday Pinasaya (GMA 7, 2017) - guest
  • Pusong Ligaw (ABS-CBN, 2017) - supporting cast
  • "Magandang Buhay" (ABS-CBN 2, 2017) - guest
  • Home Sweetie Home (ABS-CBN 2, 2017) - guest
  • Banana Sundae (ABS-CBN 2, 2017) - guest
  • "MMK: Ang Tahanan Mo" (ABS-CBN 2, 2018) - various/guest
  • "StarStruck Season 7" (GMA 7, 2018) - guest talent manager
  • "Mars Pa More" (GMA 7, 2019-present) - guest
  • "Magpakailanman" (GMA 7, 2019) - various/guest
  • "Pepito Manaloto" (GMA 7, 2020) - guest funny gay character
  • "Wag Po!" (TV5, 2020) - guest
  • "Fill In The Banks" (TV5, 2020) - guest
  • "Chika Besh!" (TV5, 2020) - guest

MoviesEdit

Miscellaneous crewEdit

  • Ping Lacson: Super Cop (2000) adprom staff
  • Luv Text (2001) advertising and promotions staff
  • Batas ng Lansangan (2002) advertising and promotions staff: Maverick Films
  • You and Me Against the World (2003) staff: Fix Media Ventures
  • Utang ng Ama (2003) advertising and promotions staff
  • Pasukob (2007) overall promotions staff: TV and special events
  • Paupahan (2008) publicity and promotions
  • One Night Only (2008) television coordinator: publicity & promotions
  • Marino (2009) publicity and promotions

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Star Confession December 15, 2010 (Shalala)". Pinoy TV Online. 15 December 2010. Retrieved 16 June 2011.