Elmo Magalona

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Elmo Magalona
Elmo Magalona.jpg
Elmo Magalona at the 2013 Candy Style Awards.
Background information
Birth name Elmo Magalona
Also known as Moe, SuperElmo
Born (1994-04-27) April 27, 1994 (age 20)
Manila, Philippines
Genres OPM, R&B, Rap
Occupations Rapper, Singer, Actor, Model, Product Endorser
Instruments Guitar, harmonica, drums, beatbox, vocals
Years active 2009-present
Associated acts Francis Magalona, Julie Anne San Jose, Pia Magalona, Maxene Magalona, Frank Magalona, Arkin Magalona, Saab Magalona, Clara Magalona
Website

superelmo.com,

julielmo.com

Elmo Moses Arroyo Magalona, better known as simply Elmo Magalona (born April 27, 1994 in Manila, Philippines) is a Filipino actor and singer. He is the sixth (of eight) child of Francis Magalona.[1] He is a trusted product endorser, having numerous television commercials and billboards around the country. He has also graced the covers of several magazines.

Career[edit]

Magalona's first appearance on the Pinoy hiphop/rock scene was when he was six months old being featured on the cover of FreeMan. He reappeared on his father's album five years later on FreeMan 2. Magalona appeared in a noodle commercial called "Lucky Me Supreme" along with his father. He also appeared as a young drummer in Kjwan's music video, "One Look".

In 2010 Magalona joined the cast of the GMA's television pilot Bantatay as a series regular. He also appeared in the fantasy series Kaya ng Powers in a recurring role.[2] He was also included as a series regular of Pilyang Kerubin.

In 2011, the young actor-rapper, together with fellow artist Sam Concepcion, performed as the front act in Miley Cyrus' concert in SM Mall of Asia concert grounds.[3] In the same year, he was launched as a movie star in the movie, Tween Hearts: Class of 2012.

Magalona appeared on GMA Network's variety show Party Pilipinas as a regular performer and host. Aside from being known as the "Heir of Rap," he is also known as the other half of the popular musical tandem, "JuliElmo" side by side with his partner, Julie Anne San Jose, an experiment-gone-successful of the Sunday noon show.[4] They have collaborated in several youtube videos, currently having more than a million views. Together, they have graced the stage as the rapping-singing tandem, performing weekly and even starring as the lead characters on short films, Red Mask Trilogy (2010) and Yellow Note 1 & 2 (2012). He also starred in Party Pilipinas musicals, Elmo and Julie Anne: A Wazak Love Story (2012), and Status: It's Complicated (2013). Their onscreen chemistry was also seen when they were included in the cast of Andres de Saya (2011) and Daldalita (2011). He was included in the cast of Tweets For My Sweet in 2012. He also starred as the lead in the show Together Forever, as Ely Trinidad opposite his love team partner, Julie Anne San Jose. The award-winning tandem went as far as having their love team's launching movie, Just One Summer in 2012. He was also featured in his tandem partner's debut music video, "I'll Be There" and the sophomore, "Enough", in the same year.

In May 2013, Elmo Magalona, in collaboration with Oishi, released a remake of a famous song by his dad, and renamed it "Kaleidoscope World Forever More". The remake featured his duet with the late master rapper. A music video was also created, with certain modifications and inserting Elmo digitally to the original Music Video.

In 2014, he was chosen as one of the interpreters of the Philpop entry, "Qrush On You", alongside Jay-R and Q-York. He is currently seen in the Sunday variety show, Sunday All Stars as a host and performer. He was the lead star in the CinemalayaX entry, #Y and was one of the lead stars in the recently concluded Villa Quintana together with his rumored girlfriend and onscreen love team Janine Gutierrez. The tandem is set to unite again for a primetime soap, "More Than Words".

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2014 More Than Words GMA Network
Sunday All Stars Host & Performer
2013 Genesis Antonio De Guzman
The Ryzza Mae Show Himself
Villa Quintana Isagani
2012 Together Forever Ely Trinidad
Tweets For My Sweet Dino Mercado
2011 Daldalita Gino Delgado
Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin Young Ferdinand
Andres de Saya Bryan
Party Pilipinas Elmo and Julie Anne: A Wazak Love Story Elmo Montero
Maynila: Takot na Puso Santi
Bantatay Artie
Charice: Home for Valentine's Himself
Maynila Rain
Maynila: Victims of Love Joey
2010 Kaya ng Powers Gustin Powers
Party Pilipinas Red Mask Himself
Pilyang Kerubin Aaron Alejandrino
Kap's Amazing Stories Kids Edition Host
Party Pilipinas Performer
2009 Family Feud Himself

Movies[edit]

Year Title Role Production
2011 Tween Academy: Class of 2012 Enzo/Lorenzo GMA Films
2012 Just One Summer Daniel Cuaresma Jr./Nyel GMA Films 2014 #Y  ????? Cinemalaya Productions

Album[edit]

Year Title Role Company
2010 In Love and War Collaborated with Ely Buendia on behalf of Francis M Sony Music
2011 Tween Academy: Class of 2012 soundtrack Himself GMA Records

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2011
Golden Screen TV Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actor Nominated
42nd Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Awards Most Promising Loveteam of 2010 (w/ Julie Anne San Jose)[5] Won
24th Aliw Awards Best Teen Performer Won
Yes Mag 100 Most Beautiful Stars Newbie Won
2012 43rd Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Awards Promising male Singer/Performer[6] Won
2nd Yahoo OMG Awards Male Singer of the Year Nominated
Candy Style Awards 2012 Most Stylish Loveteam (w/ Julie Anne San Jose) Won
Meg Top Choice 2012 Top Youth Icon of the Year Won
2013 Myx Music Awards 2013 Favorite Guest Appearance In A Music Video (I'll Be There-Julie Anne San Jose) Won
(ABS-CBN CELEBRITY PUSH Celebrity Style Awards Young Stylist Guys On Rise Won
GMA Artist Center Most Liked Male Artist Won
Yahoo! Philippines OMG! Awards Male Performer Of The Year Won
Yahoo! Philippines OMG! Awards Fan Club of The Year (JuliElmo Pexers) Won
Yes Mag 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2013 Breakthrough Won
PEP List 2013 Male Teen Star Of The Year Won

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