Jon Hernandez

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Jon Hernandez
Born John H. Salvador
(1969-10-09)October 9, 1969
Manila, Philippines
Died November 7, 1993(1993-11-07) (aged 24)
Quezon City
Nationality Filipino
Other names Jonjon
Occupation actor
Years active 1972 - 1993
Known for nephew of Phillip Salvador
Religion Roman Catholicism

John "JonJon" Hernandez Salvador, (October 9, 1969 – November 7, 1993) also known as Jon Hernandez, was a Filipino notable actor. He was the son of actress Alicia Alonzo, nephew to Anthony Alonzo, and nephew to Phillip Salvador on his father's side.


As a child star, he appeared in minor roles in movies and several commercials. As a matinee idol, he starred in the movie Bagets 2 along with William Martinez, Herbert Bautista, Raymond Lauchengco, JC Bonnin, Ramon Christopher and the late Francis Magalona. He joined a teen-variety show That's Entertainment and was a part of the Thursday group. In 1990s, he appeared in several action films like Pita, Terror ng Caloocan and Patapon.



Title Year Role
Love Pinoy Style 1972
Fefita Fofonggay (viuda de Falayfay) 1973
Pompa 1980 Jed
Sambahin ang Ngalan Mo 1981 Young Crisanto
Bagets 2 1984 Wally
Muntinlupa 1958 1984
Prinsesang Gusgusin 1987 Andro
Kumander Gringa 1987
Jockey T'yan 1987
The Wild Cowboys 1992 Howie
Pita: Terror ng Caloocan 1993
Row 4: Baliktorians 1993
Patapon 1993
Mistah 1994
Brat Pack 1994
Mancao 1994
Detective: Michael & Jackson 1996 Jacob


Title Year Network
That's Entertainment 1986–1992 GMA Network


After retiring from his showbiz career in 1993, Jonjon and his friends came home from an out-of-town trip. He died after the car he was riding in hit a concrete obstruction in an unlit section of the expressway. His remains are at rest at the Loyola Memorial Park together with other celebrities such as Julie Vega & Jay Ilagan.

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