Vandolph Lacsamana Quizon is a Filipino actor and comedian, known for being a councilor of the 1st District of Parañaque City.[1] He is also one of the sons of comedian Dolphy.[2][3]

Vandolph Quizon
Member of the Parañaque City Council from the 1st district
Assumed office
June 30, 2016
Personal details
Vandolph Lacsamana Quizon
ParentsDolphy (deceased)
Alma Moreno
  • Actor
  • comedian
Baldomero "Baldo" Kosme

Television and film careerEdit

1980s showbiz debutEdit

Vandolph's very first movie was Balimbing: Taong Huyango in 1986 with his real life father the late comedy king Dolphy.


Vandolph appeared in Ang TV on ABS-CBN 2 in 1992, then followed by a sitcom Home Along Da Riles also on channel 2, the same year, he also did a drama anthology with his real father Dolphy on Maalaala Mo Kaya. In 1993, he also appeared on GMA are GMA Telecine Specials which he plays a hyper kid who went to America. The same year, he launched a new sitcom Tondominium with actors Richard Gomez, former Parañaque Vice Mayor Anjo Yllana and the late beautician Jun Encarnacion, the sitcom was directed by former Parañaque Mayor Joey Marquez, Vandolph's former stepfather.


In 2000, Vandolph's first action series was Pintados on GMA with his co-stars Michael Flores, Assunta Del Rossi, Angelika Dela Cruz and Sherwin Ordonez. In 2001, he was involved in a car accident. He survived with Amnesia but his girlfriend "Ishi" died due to head injuries. In 2005, he guested in a youth oriented drama series, Maynila also on GMA, and guested a reality shows Victim Extreme on ABS-CBN and Extra Challenge on GMA 7. The same year, Vandolph met Jenny Salimao and they become longtime love partners.


In 2006, he launched his first gag show, Quizon Avenue on ABS-CBN 2. In 2008, his biggest break was an action series Palos on channel 2 with his co-stars Cesar Montano and Jake Cuenca. The same year, he returns to sitcom via John En Shirley a spin-off of John En Marsha with Susan Roces, Mich Dulce, Maricel Soriano, and his father, Dolphy Quizon. In 2009, Vandolph signed a contract on TV5, he joined a family fantasy sitcom, Pidol's Wonderland, and he was a celebrity guest judge on Talentadong Pinoy also the same year. In 2010, he returns to drama anthology, Untold Stories Mula Sa Face To Face on TV5.


In 2011, Vandolph returns to drama again and his biggest break was Babaeng Hampaslupa, a Chinese-themed drama and very first primetime drama series on TV5, with his co-stars Alex Gonzaga, Jay Manalo, former sen. Freddie Webb, Mart Escudero, Karel Marquez, Dolphy Jr., Jenny Quizon, Dianne Medina, Alice Dixson and Ms. Susan Roces. Vandolph returns to big screen via Praybeyt Benjamin released by Star Cinema and Viva Films, this was also Vandolph's 1st movie for Viva Films and also returned to Star Cinema since his last movie was Home Along Da Riles 2, the comedy movie also with his co-stars with Vice Ganda, Jimmy Santos, Malou De Guzman, Eddie Garcia, DJ Durano, Kean Cipriano, Bodie Cruz, Carlos Agassi, Derek Ramsay and Nikki Valdez.

In 2012, Vandolph returns to comedy again and also his first Fantaserye for kids entitled Wako Wako marking Vandolph's return to ABS-CBN 2 after his last teleserye was Palos with his co-stars Cesar Montano and Jake Cuenca in 2008, his co-stars in Wako Wako are Gladys Reyes-Rojas and Comedy Concert Queen Ai-Ai Delas Alas.

In 2013, Vandolph returns to VIVA Films via a comedy action movie The Fighting Chefs with Ronnie Rickets and Dinky Doo Jr., this was Vandolph's 2nd VIVA movie. He also guested in a game show Minute to Win It.

In 2014, Vandolph's recent movie ABNKKBSNPLAko, with co-stars Jericho Rosales, Andi Eigenmann and Meg Imperial. Recently, he is also part and returns to drama again via The Legal Wife with co-star's Angel Locsin, Jericho Rosales, JC De Vera and Maja Salvador, the role said which he plays the best friend of Angel Locsin.


In the 2016 elections and 2019 elections, he ran for councilor of 1st District of Parañaque and won.




  • Balimbing: Mga Taong Hunyango (1986)
  • Wanted: Bata Batuta (1987)
  • Bata Batuta (1987)
  • Enteng the Dragon (1988)
  • Bulag Pipi At Bingi (1991)
  • Pempe ni Sara at Pen (1992)
  • Espadang Patpat (1992)
  • Home Along Da Riles The Movie (1993) - Baldomero "Baldo" Kosme
  • Walang Matigas Na Tinapay Sa Mainit Na Kape (1994)
  • Hataw Tatay Hataw (1994) - Boyet
  • Boy Gising (1995) - Boy Gising
  • Father & Son (1995) Bimbo
  • Aringkingking (1996)
  • Pakners (1997)
  • Home Along Da Riles The Movie 2 (1997) - Baldomero "Baldo" Kosme
  • Tatay-Nic (1998)
  • Home Along Da Riber (2002)
  • Nobody Nobody But Juan (2009)
  • Father Jejemon (2010)
  • The Unforgettable Praybeyt Benjamin (2011) - Vandolph's 1st Viva Films movie
  • The Fighting Chefs (2013)
  • ABNKKBSNPLAko (2014) - post-production
  • The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin 2 (2014) - post-production
  • Beauty and the Bestie (2015) - post-production


Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result
1990 Metro Manila Film Festival Best Child Performer Espadang Patpat Won

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ CoconutsManila (October 12, 2017). "'Dad bod' no more: Actor and politician Vandolph Quizon shows off new ripped body on Instagram | Coconuts Manila". Coconuts. Retrieved July 2, 2020.
  2. ^ V, Remember; Showbiz, olph? Find Out What Happened to Him After He Left (June 9, 2017). "Remember Vandolph? Find Out What Happened to Him After Showbiz". Philippine News. Retrieved July 2, 2020.
  3. ^ Hallare, Katrina (February 28, 2019). "Alma Moreno and Joey Marquez's eldest son Yeoj marries longtime GF". Retrieved July 2, 2020.

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