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Jeffrey Camangyan (born September 22, 1976), better known as Wowie de Guzman, is a Filipino dancer and a stage, film and TV actor. He was one of the top matinee idols from the 1990s. His break came as a member of dance group Universal Motion Dancers (UMD). He was nominated as Best Actor for FAMAS Award 1998 in Paano Ang Puso Ko?.

Wowie de Guzman
Born
Jeffrey Camangyan

(1976-09-22) September 22, 1976 (age 42)
OccupationActor
Years active1994–present
Spouse(s)Sheryl Ann Reyes
(m. 2012–2014; her death)

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CareerEdit

De Guzman was a famous member of dance group Universal Motion Dancers along with Brian Furlow, Jim Salas, James Salas, the late Gerard Faisan, Marco McKinley, Norman Santos, Gerry Oliva and Miggy Tanchanco.

He was the first love team of Judy Ann Santos. The Juday-Wowie love team became the number one screen tandem in the mid to late '90s. They paired in movies which were box office hits such as Sana Naman, Kung Alam Mo Lang, Wow Multo, Mara Clara: The Movie, Esperanza: The Movie, Paano Ang Puso Ko?, Muling Ibalik ang Tamis ng Pag-ibig, Kasal-Kasalan, Sakal-Sakalan, Dito Sa Puso Ko and many others. They also paired in TV series like Mara Clara and Esperanza.

He became a stage actor of Gantimpala Theater Foundation. He played in Florante at Laura, Ibong Adarna, El Filibusterismo, Noli Me Tangere, The Bomb, Alikabok, Loren Ruiz, Romeo Loves Juliet, and Perlita Ng Silangan. He performed in Tanghalang CCP, Ballet Philippines, and Peta, among others.

In 2008, de Guzman appeared in ABS-CBN's fantasy series Kung Fu Kids.[1]

Personal lifeEdit

De Guzman was Judy Ann Santos' first ever boyfriend;[citation needed] they have since made 12 films together.[2]

He married his non-showbiz wife Sheryl Ann Reyes from Pampanga in 2012.[3] Reyes died on April 26, 2014 at the age of 26, one month after giving birth to their first child.[4] It was reported that the probable cause of death was triggered by medicine which she took after suffering from muscle pain.[5][6]

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Network
2018 Dear Uge ????? GMA Network
2018 Tadhana ?????
2018 Stories From The Soul ?????
2018 Wowowin Guest Performer
2017 La Luna Sangre Benjie (Luna Officer) ABS-CBN
2017 Meant to Be Owep GMA Network
2016 Sinungaling Mong Puso Mario Villafuerte
2015 Magpakailanman
2014 Pepito Manaloto Anthony
Yagit Chito Asuncion
2013 Little Champ Bondoc ABS-CBN
2012–2013 Enchanted Garden Gaston TV5
2012 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Apoy Itoy ABS-CBN
Wansapanataym: Magic Shoes Daddy
2011 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Palengke Jimmy
2010 Rubi Cayetano
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Kuliglig Manny's brother
2008 Kung Fu Kids Waldo Ramos Sr.
2007 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Telebisyon Buboy
2005 Qpids
2000 Umulan Man o Umaraw Darren GMA Network
1999 Click Hector
1998–2003 Magandang Tanghali Bayan Co-host ABS-CBN
1997–1999 Esperanza Anton Montejo
1996–1999 Super Laff-In
1995–2002 Bubble Gang GMA Network
1993–1997 Mara Clara Christian ABS-CBN

MoviesEdit

  • Dormitoryo: Mga Walang Katapusang Kwarto (2017)
  • Lilay: Darling of the Crowd (2010)
  • Malikmata (2003)
  • Luv Text (2001)
  • Carta Alas... Huwag Ka Ng Humirit (2001)
  • Tabi Tabi Po! (2001)
  • Esperanza: The Movie (1999)
  • Weder-Weder Lang 'Yan (1999)
  • Dito Sa Puso Ko (1999)
  • My Pledge of Love (1999)
  • Kasal-Kasalan (Sakalan) (1998)
  • Muling Ibalik ang Tamis ng Pag-ibig (1998)
  • Paano Ang Puso Ko? (1997)
  • Wow... Multo! (1997)
  • Isinakdal Ko ang Aking Ina (1997)
  • Langit Sa Piling Mo (1997)
  • Ipaglaban Mo 2: The Movie (1997)
  • Nasaan Ka Ng Kailangan Kita (1996)
  • Mara Clara: The Movie (1996)
  • Kung Alam Mo Lang (1996)
  • Sana Naman (1996)
  • Ibigay Mo Ng Todong-todo (1995)
  • Sige, Ihataw Mo! (Dancin' with the Motion): The Movie (1994)
  • Anak Ng Pasig (1993)

DiscographyEdit

  • "Wala ng Mahihiling Pa" - 1998 movie soundtrack in Kasal-Kasalan (Sakalan)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nerisa Almo. "Wowie de Guzman makes a comeback via "Kung Fu Kids" | PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". PEP.ph. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  2. ^ "Judy Ann Santos misses former screen partner Wowie de Guzman | Showbiz | GMA News Online". Gmanetwork.com. 2008-09-28. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  3. ^ "Abante-Tonite Online | Showbiz". Abante-tonite.com. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  4. ^ "Wowie de Guzman's wife dies". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  5. ^ Rose Garcia. "Wowie de Guzman's wife dies one month after giving birth | PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz". PEP.ph. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  6. ^ "Kapapanganak lang noong isang buwan... Asawa ni Wowie de Guzman nangisay at tuluyang namatay pagkainom ng muscle pain reliever | PSN Showbiz, Pilipino Star Ngayon Sections, Pilipino Star Ngayon". philstar.com. Retrieved 2014-04-29.

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