C. J. Muere

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C. J. Muere
Born Caesar Joseph L. Muere
(1988-02-18) February 18, 1988 (age 26)
San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines
Occupation Actor, teen star, dancer, model
Years active 2004–2007

Caesar Joseph L. Muere (born February 18, 1988), popularly known simply as C. J. Muere, is a Filipino actor. He is best known for being in the Final Four of StarStruck season two and portraying Ding in the 2005 television series of Darna. Before applying for GMA Network's StarStruck, he was a dropped from ABS-CBN's Star Circle Quest, which is also a reality television talent search show.

StarStruck[edit]

He auditioned in StarStruck in 2004 and he made it until the Top 7. He may be eliminated but through the Wild Card that was included in the season's format, he was selected, replacing Benj Pacia. He proved that he really deserved to be the wild card pick. He made it through to the coveted Final 4 along with LJ Reyes, Ryza Cenon and Mike Tan and wherein he finished as the runner up to Mike Tan.

StarStruck standing[edit]

Week # Finalists Status Eliminated Date
1 Final 14 Safe N/A 2004-10-22
2 Final 14 Safe Jellaine Santos 2004-10-29
3 Final 13 Safe Kevin Santos 2004-11-05
4 Final 12 Pro Recognition Awardee[1] Ailyn Luna 2004-11-12
5 Final 11 Safe Ken Punzalan 2004-11-19
6 Final 10 Bottom 3 N/A 2004-11-26
7 Final 10 Safe N/A 2004-12-03
8 Final 10 Safe Ana David 2004-12-06
8 Final 9 Safe Chris Martin 2004-12-10
9 Final 8 Safe Krizzy Jareño 2004-12-17
10 Final 7 Bottom 3 Eliminated 2004-12-24
11 Final 6 - - 2004-12-31
13 Wild Card Week Selected Benj Pacia 2005-01-14
14 Final 6 Safe Kirby de Jesus
Megan Young
2005-01-21
Final Judgment Final 4 First Prince
(Runner - Up)
N/A 2005-02-20
  • ^1 CJ got the highest point for that week.

Filmography[edit]

Priority[edit]

Muere called a batch mate of his in StarStruck to tell that he formally said good bye to Ms. Ida Henares, to say good bye to show business. Muere wants to study full-time and he is taking Dentistry at Centro Escolar University.[1]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erece, Dino (May 30, 2007). "CJ Muere says bye - bye to showbiz". Philippine Entertainment Portal.