Marco Polo Garcia

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Marco Polo Garcia
Born Marco Polo Adriano-Garcia
(1970-10-04)October 4, 1970
Quezon City, Philippines
Died March 5, 2010(2010-03-05) (aged 39)
Quezon City, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Other names MPG, Marco
Occupation Actor, politician
Years active 1978–2002
Known for 1984 - Winner Best Supporting Actor - Film Academy of The Philippines for the Movie "Pieta"
Spouse(s) Analie Delasan
Parents Rodolfo "Boy" Garcia (father)
Lucita Soriano (mother)

Marco Polo Adriano - Garcia (October 4, 1970 – March 5, 2010) was former child actor and Filipino politician.

Early life[edit]

Born Marco Polo Adriano-Garcia on October 4, 1970 in Quezon City. He was the son of veteran actress Lucita Soriano and the late character actor Rodolfo "Boy" Garcia. He became a TV and Movie actor, and was a Councilman of Barangay Pasong Tamo in Quezon City. His brother, Garry "Boy" Garcia, who was also a TV and Movie actor, is now married and living in Austin, Texas.

Personal life[edit]

He was married by his wife, Analie Delasan with his son John Steven Garcia.

Political life[edit]

He was councilor of Quezon City from 2004 to 2009.

Death[edit]

He died on March 5, 2010 due to cirrhosis, a chronic liver disease. His body lay in state at the Funenaria Paz in Araneta, Quezon City and was buried at the Garden of Memories in Pateros, Metro Manila on Wednesday, March 10, 2010.

Filmography[edit]

1984 - Winner Best Supporting Actor - Film Academy of The Philippines for the Movie "Pieta"

1984 - Nominated Best Child Actor - FAMAS Awards of the Philippines for the Movie "Pieta"

1986 - Member of "That's Entertainment"

Movies:

  • 1. Diskarte (2002),
  • 2. Ping Lacson: Super Cop (2000),
  • 3. Ang Dalubhasa (2000),
  • 4. Epimaco Velasco: NBI (1997),
  • 5. Utol (1996),
  • 6. Melencio Magat: Dugo Laban Dugo (1996),
  • 7. Kahit Harangan ng Bala (1995),
  • 8. Hatulan Bilibid Boys 2 (1995),
  • 9. Paano Na? Sa Mundo ni Janet (1994),
  • 10. Sgt. Alvarez: Ex-Marine (1993),
  • 11. The Vizconde Massacre Story (God Help Us!) (1993),
  • 12. Junior Police (1993),
  • 13. Pido Dida 3: May Kambal Na (1993),
  • 14. Alabang Girls (1992),
  • 15. Bad Boy II (1992),
  • 16. Oxo Vs Sigue-Sigue (1991),
  • 17. Lintik Lang ng Walang Ganti (1991),
  • 18. Sa Diyos Lang Ako Susuko (1990),
  • 19. Hulihin Si Nardong Toothpick (1990),
  • 20. Wanted: Pamilya Banal (1989),
  • 21. Estudyante Blues (1989),
  • 22. Pepeng Kuryente (1988),
  • 23. Sgt. Ernesto Boy Ibanez: Tirtir Gang (1988),
  • 23. Alex Boncayao Brigade (1988),
  • 24. Batang Quiapo (1986),
  • 25. Hindi Nahahati Ang Langit (1985),
  • 26. Tu-yay and His Magic Payong (1985),
  • 27. Pieta: The Movie (1983) .... Young Rigor,
  • 28. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town! (1982),
  • 29. Juan Tamad Junior (1980),
  • 30. Sa Lungga ng Mga Daga (1978),

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