Bobby Andrews

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Bobby Andrews
Born Robert Riu Andrews
(1975-11-30) 30 November 1975 (age 38)
Manila, Philippines
Other names Robert, Bob
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995-present

Robert Riu Andrews, popularly known as Bobby Andrews (born November 30, 1975) is a Filipino actor and former matinee idol. Starting out as a commercial model, he rose to fame when he teamed up with Angelu de Leon in the famous teen-oriented television show T.G.I.S. and its sequel Growing Up.

Career[edit]

His team up with Angelu de Leon in the mid and late 1990s made him very popular. Their TV shows gained sky-high ratings and their movies were blockbuster hits. His popularity almost came to a halt when in 1998, at the peak of his and de Leon's popularity, Angelu admitted that she was pregnant with Joko Diaz's child. Despite this, Bobby had the full support of his mother company Viva and managed to get TV and movie roles as a solo actor. After breaking away from Viva in 2002, he shifted from matinee idol roles to offbeat roles in several ABS-CBN and GMA Network shows.

In 2009, Bobby appeared in the Philippine remake series of Zorro aired on GMA Network. He was part of the installment of Sine Novela called Kaya Kong Abutin Ang Langit with Iza Calzado, Wendell Ramos and Angelika dela Cruz.

In 2010, he went back to ABS-CBN to become part of the Precious Hearts Romances Presents of Martha Cecila's Impostor. He is now seen in the hit primetime remake of Emil Cruz Jr.'s Mara Clara.

Television success[edit]

In the 90s, Andrews gained fame with the hit GMA-7 and Viva television show T.G.I.S., a teen-and-youth-oriented show which was the competition for Gimik, a famous teen-and-youth-oriented show of ABS-CBN. In 1997, he did the hit soap Ikaw Na Sana and ended with a movie with his co-star and then-screen partner Angelu de Leon. In 1998, he became part of GMA soaps such as Ganyan Kita Kamahal and Halik Sa Apoy. In 2002, he was part of the melodramatic soap Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga. In 2004, he came to ABS-CBN to star in the now-defunct hit memorable first fantasy television drama Marina. In 2005, he became part of GMA-7's first fantasy series Encantadia The First Season and 2006's Agawin Mo Man Ang Lahat. In 2007, he came back to primetime as Ronald Santilian in the primetime series Walang Kapalit and 2008's, Lobo as a supporting role. In 2009, he was part of the Sine Novela afternoon soap Kaya Kong Abotin Ang Langit. In 2010, he was in the afternoon hit soap Martha Cecila's Impostor which topped the afternoon line up and was mostly seen daily on the primetime remake of Emil Cruz Jr.'s Mara Clara as Amanthe Del Valle.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2014 The Ryzza Mae Show Himself with Angelu de Leon GMA Network
2013 Got To Believe Rodolfo San Juan ABS-CBN
2013 One Day, Isang Araw Jun GMA Network
2013 Love and Lies Jose Lorde Villamor GMA Network
2013 Indio Young Hernando GMA Network
2012-13 Teen Gen Joaquin 'Wacks/Cookie' Torres III GMA Network
2012 Kasalanan Bang Ibigin Ka? Neil GMA Network
2012 Wansapanataym: Dollhouse Nestor ABS-CBN
2012 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Panyo ABS-CBN
2011–12 Munting Heredera Stanley Lobregat GMA Network
2011 Wansapanataym: Sabay-Sabay Pasaway Dr. Ferrer ABS-CBN
2011 Rod Santiago's The Sisters Young Enrique Zialcita TV5
2010–11 Mara Clara Amanthe Del Valle ABS-CBN
2010 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Impostor Leo Serrano ABS-CBN
2010 Claudine Presents: Stage Mother Various GMA Network
2009–10 Sine Novela: Kaya Kong Abutin Ang Langit Nick Arnaldo GMA Network
2009 Zorro Sergeant Pedro Gonzales GMA Network
2009 Pare Koy Paul ABS-CBN
2008 Obra Maloy GMA Network
2008 Codename: Asero Jupiter GMA Network
2008 Lobo Emilio "Emil" Ortega ABS-CBN
2007 Walang Kapalit Ronald Santillian ABS-CBN
2006 Agawin Mo Man Ang Lahat Gonzalo GMA Network
2005 Encantadia Asval GMA Network
2004 Marina Raphael Sandico ABS-CBN
2002 Magandang Morning Philippines Host RPN
2002–03 Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga Vladimir Gaston GMA Network
1998–99 Halik Sa Apoy Enrico GMA Network
1998 GMA Love Stories Various GMA Network
1998 Ganyan Kita Kamahal Henry Cortez GMA Network
1997–98 Ikaw Na Sana Rafael Huico GMA Network
1997–99 Growing Up Joaquin 'Wacks/Cookie' Torres III GMA Network
1996 Tierra Sangre Cesar Sangre PTV
1995–97 TGIS Joaquin 'Wacks/Cookie' Torres III GMA Network

Movies[edit]

  • Sabado Nights (1995)
  • Maruja (1996)
  • Takot Ka Ba Sa Dilim (1996)
  • Wanted: Perfect Mother (1996)
  • Where 'D' Girls 'R' (1996)
  • T.G.I.S.: The Movie (1997)
  • Wala na bang pag-ibig (1997)
  • Laging naroon ka (1997)
  • Silaw (1998)
  • Ikaw na sana (1998)
  • It's cool bulol (1998)
  • Lahat ng ito'y para sa 'yo, Ang (1998)
  • Sumigaw ka hanggang gusto mo (1999)
  • My Pledge of Love (1999)
  • Katawan (1999)
  • Abakada... Ina (2001)
  • Buhay kamao (2001)
  • Pangako... Ikaw lang (2001)
  • Susmaryosep! Four Fathers (2001)
  • Mga Batang Lansangan... Ngayon (2002)
  • Mahal kita: Final answer! (2002)
  • Sukdulan (2003)
  • The Cory Quirino Kidnap: NBI Files (2003)
  • Keka (2003)
  • Mr. Suave: Hoy! Hoy! Hoy! Hoy! Hoy! Hoy! (2003)
  • Annie B. (2004)
  • Volta (2004)
  • Lastikman (2004)
  • Kapag tumibok ang puso: Not once, but twice (2006)
  • Eternity (2006) - Bobby Andrew's first Regal Movie
  • Reyna: ang makulay na pakikipagsapalaran ng mga achucherva, achuchuva, achechenes... (2006)
  • A Love Story (2007)
  • Resiklo (2007)
  • For the First Time (2008)
  • Magkaibigan (2008)
  • You To Me Are Everything (2010) - Bobby Andrew's second Regal Movie
  • Vox Populi (2010) - Bobby Andrew's first indie movie
  • In The Name Of Love (2011)
  • Tween Academy: Class of 2012 (2011)
  • My House Husband: Ikaw Na! (2011)
  • Ano Ang Kulay Ng Mga Nakalimutang Pangarap? (2013)
  • Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy (2013)
  • 10,000 Hours (2013 film) - He works with Robin Padilla's comeback action - drama movie.
  • Talk Back and You're Dead (2014)

Personal life[edit]

Andrews is married to a Chinese woman named Bienne Co. They have two children named Arty and Gabbie.

See also[edit]

References[edit]