Edgar Mortiz

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Edgar Mortiz
Born Edgardo Mortiz
(1954-09-08) September 8, 1954 (age 60)
Quezon City, Philippines
Occupation Actor, singer, director
Years active 1969–present

Edgar "Bobot" Mortiz (born September 8, 1954) is a Filipino movie/TV actor[1] and director.

Personal life[edit]

Mortiz is married to Millette Santos (born 1960; sister of Charo Santos-Concio) on April 3, 1977, with 4 children: Edgar Francis "Frasco" (born 1978), Edgar Albert "Badjie" (born 1980), Ma. Carmela Catalin "Calin" (born 1981) and Ma. Frances Camille (born 1983).

Frasco, Badji and Camille are now married giving Edgar five cute grandchildren named Joaquin Edgar, Julien Alva, Edgar Carlos, Jayla Sophia and Francis Marcus.

Filmography[edit]

Movie Director[edit]

  • Isa, Dalawa, Takbo (1996)
  • Pera o Bayong Not Da TV (1998)

Movies[edit]

Movie Writer[edit]

TV Series (Actor)[edit]

TV Shows[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

Compilation Album[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • My Pledge Of Love
  • Who Am I To You?
  • Roses
  • My Foolish Wish
  • You Are My Dream
  • Blue Bird
  • Just Another Dance
  • In The Corner
  • The Love That I Have Is Yours
  • What Have I Done
  • I'll Never Change
  • Please Give Me Your Heart
  • Oh (God) How Much I Love You
  • Love At First Sight
  • I'm A Fool To Want You
  • Precious Moments
  • A Time For Us
  • Vilma
  • Why I Was Born
  • You Mean Everything
  • Love Letters
  • Because You're Mine
  • Loves Been Good To Me
  • Walk With Faith In Your Heart
  • Alaalang Nagbabalik
  • Kung Batid Mo Lamang
  • Mahal Kita
  • Larawan Mo
  • Giliw Tanging Ikaw
  • Dama De Noche
  • Ng Kwintas Mo, Giliw
  • Ang Mahal Ko'y Ikaw Lamang
  • Ang Pag-ibig Ko
  • Awit Sa Bukid
  • Saan Ka Man Naroroon
  • Alaala
  • People
  • Portrait Of My Love
  • Verboten
  • The Twelfth Of Never
  • My Love Forgive Me
  • No One But You
  • Didn't We?
  • I Think I Love You
  • Bridge Over Troubled Water
  • Mama Mama
  • Lonely Night
  • Hear My Plea (O Lord)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Willis, John (2006-04-01). Screen World: 2005 Film Annual. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 297–. ISBN 978-1-55783-668-7. Retrieved 4 July 2011. 

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