ER Ejercito

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Emilio Ramón Ejército
The Honourable
Governor of Laguna
In office
June 30, 2010 – May 27, 2014
Vice Governor Caesar Pérez (2010-2013)
Ramil Hernández (2013-2014)
Preceded by Teresita S. Lázaro
Succeeded by Ramil Hernández
Mayor of Pagsanjan, Laguna
In office
June 30, 2001 – June 30, 2010
Preceded by Abner Afuang
Succeeded by Girlie Ejército
Personal details
Born Emilio Ramon Pelayo Ejercito
(1963-10-05) October 5, 1963 (age 50)
Pagsanjan, Laguna, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Political party Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (2001-present)
United Nationalist Alliance (2012-present)
Spouse(s) Girlie Ejército
Children Eric Ejército
Jet Ejército
Jerico Ejército
Julia Ejército
Residence Pagsanján, Laguna
Alma mater La Salle Greenhills
University of the Philippines - Diliman
Occupation Politician, Actor
Profession Actor/Politician
Religion Roman Catholicism

Emilio Ramon Pelayo Ejército (born October 5, 1963), commonly known as ER Ejercito and popularly known by his official on-screen names Jorge Estregan (sometimes spelled Jeorge Estregan), George Estregan Jr. (sometimes spelled Jorge Estregan Jr.) and Jeorge "ER" Ejercito Estregan (or simply Jeorge "ER" Estregan), is a Filipino actor and was the Governor of Laguna. Prior to his election as governor, he previously served as mayor of Pagsanjan, Laguna.[1] He is the son of actor George Estregan and the nephew of former President and now Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada. On May 27, 2014, the Commission on Elections unseats Ejercito after alleged overspending during the campaign for the 2013 midterm elections, 3 days later his uncle, Manila Mayor Joseph Estada convince him to step down.

Early life[edit]

Born Emilio Ramon Pelayo Ejército on October 5, 1963 in Pagsanjan, Laguna to action star Jorge Marcelo Ejercito, who went by the screen name George Estregan, of Pagsanjan and Ramona Pelayo Ejercito in Ibajay, Aklan. He holds residence at B. Cosme St., Sitio Mayapa, Brgy. II, Pagsanjan.

Personal life[edit]

He is married to actress and current Pagsanjan Mayor Maita Sanchez (Girlie Ejercito in real life). They have 4 children: Eric Ejercito (born 1987), Jet Ejercito (born 1989), Jerico Ejercito (born 1992) and Jhulia Ejercito(born 2002).

Education[edit]

  • Elementary: La Salle Greenhills (1971–1978)
  • High School: La Salle Greenhills (1978–1981)
  • College: UP Diliman; Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Advertising and Visual Communications (1981–1985)

Organizations[edit]

  • Vice President - Knights of the Altar (1982–1987) Became Altar Boy of 5 years at St. John the Baptist Parish Church, San Juan City
  • Vice President - KAPTT-Katipunan ng mga Artistang Pilipino sa Pelikula at Telebisyon or Philippine Cinema & Television Actors Guild, Inc. (1999–2002)
  • Member - Rotary Club of Pagsanjan, Laguna
  • Member - Carpa Club of Pagsanjan, Laguna
  • Scouts Royale Brotherhood

Politics[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Jeorge "ER" Ejercito Estregan
Born Emilio Ramon Pelayo Ejercito
( 1963-10-05) October 5, 1963 (age 50)
Pagsanjan, Laguna, Philippines
Other names George Estregan Jr., Jorge Estregan, ER Ejercito
Occupation Actor, politician
Years active 1985-2002
2009-present
Spouse(s) Girlie Ejercito
Children Eric
Jet
Jerico
Julia

Television[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Mga Paru-Parrong Bukid (1985) - Senen's brother
  • Haunted House (1985)
  • Bagets Gang (1986)
  • Dongalo Massacre (1986)
  • Humanda Ka, Ikaw Ang Sumuko (1987)
  • Boy Tornado (1987) - Boy's friend
  • Alex Boncayao Brigade (1988)
  • Alega Gang: Public Enemy No. 1 of Cebu (1988)
  • Ambush (1988)t Espino
  • Hatulan: Bilibid Boys (1989)
  • Isang Bala Isang Buhay (1989) - Ex-commando
  • Bala... Dapat Kay Cris Cuenca: Public Enemy no. 1 (1989)
  • Moises Platon (1989)
  • Captain Jaylo: Batas Sa Batas (1989) - Dodong Sanggano
  • Gapos Gang (1989)
  • Kakampi Ko Ang Diyos (1990)
  • Asiong Salonga Ikalawang Aklat (1990)
  • Urbanito Dizon: The Most Notorious Gangster in Luzon (1990) - Apache Gang Member
  • Ibabaon Kita sa Lupa (1990)
  • Hanggang Saan ang Tapang Mo? (1990) Greg
  • Hukom. 45 (1990)
  • Hulihin si... Boy Amores (1990)
  • Alyas Pogi: Birador ng Nueva Ecija (1990)
  • Inosente (1990)
  • Leon ng Maynila, Lt. Col. Romeo Maganto (1991)
  • OXO vs Sigue-Sigue (1991)
  • Eddie Tagalog: Pulis Makati (1992)
  • Manila Boy (1993)
  • Sala Sa Init, Sala Sa Lamig (1993) - Drug Pusher
  • Manchichirichit (1993)
  • Epimaco Velasco: NBI (1994) Big-4 Man
  • The Four Stooges (1995) - Stanley
  • Ang Titser Kong Pogi (1995) - Emilio
  • Mano Mano (1995
  • Balawis (1996)
  • Bossing (1996)
  • Extranghero (1997) - Dr. Ivan
  • Pag-Ibig Ko Sa Iyo'y Totoo (1997) Mr. Diaz's son
  • Babasaging Kristal (1997)
  • Yes Darling: Walang Matigas na Pulis 2 (1997) Kidnapper
  • Tuloy! Bukas ang Pinto! (1998)
  • Ang Maton at ang Showgirl (1998) - Valdez
  • Pakawalang Puso (1998)
  • Birador (1998)
  • Jesus Salonga, alyas Boy Indian (1998)
  • Cariño Brutal (1998)
  • Notoryus (1998)
  • Tulak ng Bibig, Kabig ng Dibdib (1998)
  • Hiwaga ng Panday (1998)
  • Type Kita... Walang Kokontra! (1999) - Tong
  • Mamang Shotgun (1999) - Wilfredo
  • Abel Villarama: Armado (1999)
  • Emilio Aguinaldo (2000) - Emilio Aguinaldo
  • Makamandag na Bala (2000)
  • Huwag Mong Takasan ang Batas (2002)
  • Ang Panday (2009) - Apoykatawan
  • Si Agimat at Si Enteng Kabisote (2010) - Ragat
  • Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story (2011) - Nicasio "Asiong" Salonga
  • El Presidente (2012) - Emilio Aguinaldo
  • Boy Golden (2013) - Arturo "Boy Golden" Porcuna

Awards[edit]

Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result
2011 Metro Manila Film Festival [2] Male Sexiest Appeal Celebrity of the Night - Won
2012 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards [3] Outstanding Government Service Award - Won

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