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|Ramon "Jolo" Revilla III|
|Born||Jose Lorenzo Hernandez Bautista III
March 15, 1988
Quezon City, Philippines
|Occupation||actor, comedian, politician|
|Children||Jose Gabriel (b. 2005)|
Revilla was born as Jose Lorenzo Hernandez Bautista III to actor and Senator Bong Revilla and Congresswoman Lani Mercado on March 15, 1988. He is the grandson of Filipino actor and former Senator Ramon Revilla, Sr.
Ramon "Jolo" B. Revilla III
|Vice Governor of Cavite|
June 30, 2013
|Governor||Juanito Victor C. Remulla, Jr.|
|Preceded by||Recto M. Cantimbuhan|
|Born||March 15, 1988|
|Political party||Lakas-CMD (2012-present)|
|Relations||Bong Revilla (father)
Lani Revilla (mother)
Ramon Revilla, Sr. (grandfather)
Strike Revilla (uncle)
|Children||Jose Gabriel (b. 2005)|
|Profession||Actor, comedian, Politician|
During the barangay elections on October 25, 2010, Revilla ran as Barangay Captain of Panapan VII in Bacoor, Cavite and was elected. He later became the President of the Association of Barangay Captains in Cavite, which automatically landed him a seat as an ex-officio board member in the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (Provincial Council).
He ran as vice-governor in the 2013 elections, with Governor Jonvic Remulla as his running mate. Together, they beat the rival tandem of Ronald Jay Lacson, son of Senator Panfilo Lacson, and 3rd District Representative Ayong Maliksi, respectively. He is the youngest vice governor elected in the history of the Philippines, surpassing the record made by former Senator Benigno Aquino, Jr. when he was elected to the same post in Tarlac in 1959.
He is notable for playing the role of Ramon Salcedo in the 2008 TV series remake of Kaputol ng Isang Awit (The Other Half of a Song). Revilla originally signed to GMA Network but later transferred to its rival network ABS-CBN. In 2009, he took the lead role in the TV series remake of Pepeng Agimat, which was originally topbilled by his grandfather Ramon Revilla Sr.
|2013||Indio||Andres Bonifacio||GMA Network||Guest Role|
|Little Champ||Gio Suarez||ABS-CBN||Special Participation|
|2011||My Binondo Girl||Onyx Dimalanta||Main Role (2011–2012)|
|Gandang Gabi, Vice!||Himself||Guest|
|Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla: Kapitan Inggo||Eugene "Inggo" Salazar||Main Role|
|2010||Noah||Levi Aragon||Main Role (2010–2011)|
|Maalaala Mo Kaya||Paco||Episode "Gitara"|
|2009||Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla: Pepeng Agimat||Pepe "Pepeng Agimat" Dimaanta Jr.||Main Role (2009–2010)|
|Totoy Bato||Andong||GMA Network||Recurring Role|
|2008||Sine Novela Presents: Kaputol ng Isang Awit||Marco Salcelo||Main Role|
|2005||HP: To The Highest Level Na!||Joko||Recurring Role (2005–2007)|
|2003||Click||Joma||Recurring Role (2003–2004)|
|2001||Idol Ko Si Kap||Himself||2001–2003|
|SOP (Sobrang Okay Pare!)||Himself/Co-Host||2001–2009|
|2012||Si Agimat, si Enteng Kabisote at si Ako||Makisig||GMA Films|
|2005||Exodus: Tales from the Enchanted Kingdom||Exodus|
|2003||Bertud ng Putik||Putik|
|2002||Agimat: Ang Anting-Anting ni Lolo||Pao|
|1999||Pepeng Agimat||Jepoy||Millennium Cinema|
Alleged shooting attempt
On February 28, 2015, Vice Governor Revilla sustained an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound at his father's residence in Ayala Alabang and was rushed to the Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Muntinlupa City. Revilla is currently under observation as of now. According to his mother's talent manager, Lolit Solis, Revilla had been suffering from depression.
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- "Jolo Revilla returns to ABS-CBN to do grandfather's Agimat". Philippine Entertainment Portal.
- "Cavite Vice Gov Jolo Revilla in hospital for gunshot wound". Rappler. February 28, 2015. Retrieved February 28, 2015.
- "Lolit: Jolo Revilla's gunshot wound 'self-inflicted'". ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs. 28 February 2015. Retrieved 28 February 2015.