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.

Career[edit]

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.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

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

Television[edit]

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

Death[edit]

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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