Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actor

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Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actor
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Country Philippines
Presented by MMDA
First awarded 1975
Currently held by Pen Medina,
10,000 Hours (2013)
Official website www.mmda.gov.ph/mmff/

The Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actor is an award presented annually by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). It was first awarded at the 1st Metro Manila Film Festival ceremony, held in 1975; Vic Silayan received the award for his role in Diligan Mo ng Hamog ang Uhaw na Lupa and it is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role while working within the film industry.[1] Currently, nominees and winners are determined by Executive Committees, headed by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chairman and key members of the film industry.[2]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Jaime Fabregas won in 1998 for his role in José Rizal.
Cesar Montano won several "Best Supporting Actor" Awards including his first win in 1989 for his performance in Ang Bukas ay Akin.
Ariel Rivera won in 1992 for his role in Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal.
Piolo Pascual won in 2002 for his supporting acting role in Dekada '70.
Dolphy won in 2010 for his role in Rosario
John Regala won in 2011 for his supporting acting role in Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story
Key Explanation
double-dagger Indicates the winning supporting actor
Year Actor Film Role Ref
1975
(1st)
Vic SilayanAward winner Diligan Mo ng Hamog ang Uhaw na Lupa [1]
1976
(2nd)
Ruel VernalAward winner Insiang [3]
1977
(3rd)
Joonee Gamboa Award winner Burlesk Queen [4]
1978
(4th)
None[Note 1] [5]
1979
(5th)
Johnny DelgadoAward winner Ang Alamat ni Julian Makabayan [6]
1980
(6th)
None[Note 2] [7]
1981
(7th)
Jay IlaganAward winner Kisapmata Noel Manalansan [8]
1982
(8th)
Spanky ManikanAward winner Himala Orly [9]
1983
(9th)
Dennis RoldanAward winner Hot Property [10]
1984
(10th)
Tom OlivarAward winner Bulaklak sa City Jail [11]
1985
(11th)
Tommy AbuelAward winner The Moises Padilla Story [12]
1986
(12th)
Christopher Ad. CastilloAward winner Bagets Gang [13]
1987
(13th)
Roderick PaulateAward winner (1 + 1 = 12 + 1) [14]
1988
(14th)
Dick IsraelAward winner Patrolman [15]
1989
(15th)
Cesar MontanoAward winner Ang Bukas ay Akin Predo [16]
1990
(16th)
Robert ArevaloAward winner Ama, Bakit Mo Ako Pinabayaan? [17]
1991
(17th)
Leo MartinezAward winner Juan Tamad at Mr. Shooli: Mongolian Barbecue [18]
1992
(18th)
Ariel RiveraAward winner Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal [19]
1993
(19th)
Ronaldo ValdezAward winner May Minamahal Cenon [20]
1994
(20th)
Dick IsraelAward winner Boy Kanto: Anak ni Toto Gwapo [21]
1995
(21st)
Albert MartinezAward winner Muling Umawit ang Puso Miguel [22]
1996
(22nd)
Gardo VersozaAward winner Emong Salvacion: Humanda Ka...Oras Mo Na! [23]
1997
(23rd)
Ronaldo ValdezAward winner Nasaan Ang Puso? [24]
1998
(24th)
Jaime FabregasAward winner José Rizal Luis Taviel de Andrade [25]
1999
(25th)
Pen MedinaAward winner Muro-ami Dado [26]
2000
(26th)
Jeffrey QuizonAward winner Markova: Comfort Gay Young Markova [27]
2001
(27th)
Ronnie LazaroAward winner Bagong Buwan Datu Ali [28]
2002
(28th)
Piolo PascualAward winner Dekada '70 Julian "Jules" Bartolome, Jr. [29]
2003
(29th)
Victor NeriAward winner Filipinas [30]
2004
(30th)
Dennis TrilloAward winner Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita Ignacio Basa/ Inya [31]
2005
(31st)
Jose ManaloAward winner Enteng Kabisote: Okay ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend Continues Jose [32]
2006
(32nd)
Johnny DelgadoAward winner Ligalig [33]
2007
(33rd)
Roi VinzonAward winner Resiklo Hades [34]
2008
(34th)
Phillip SalvadorAward winner Baler Daniel Reyes [35]
2009
(35th)
Phillip SalvadorAward winner Ang Panday Lizardo [36]
John Lapus Shake, Rattle & Roll 11 Basti
2010
(36th)
DolphyAward winner Rosario Elder Hesus [37]
2011
(37th)
John RegalaAward winner Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story Carlos "Totoy Golem" Capistrano [38]
Baron Geisler Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story Ernesto "Erning Toothpick" Reyes
Phillip Salvador Ang Panday 2 Lizardo
Jose Manalo Enteng Ng Ina Mo Jose
2012
(38th)
Cesar MontanoAward winner El Presidente Andrés Bonifacio [39]
Zanjoe Marudo One More Try Tristan
2013
(39th)
Pen MedinaAward winner 10,000 Hours Sebastian Jago [40]

Multiple awards for Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Throughout the history of Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), there have been actors that have received multiple Awards for Best Supporting Actor. As of 2013 (39th MMFF), 6 actors have received two or more Best Supporting Actor awards.

Actor Record Set First year awarded Recent year awarded
Pen Medina 2 1999 2013
Cesar Montano 1989 2012
Phillip Salvador 2008 2009
Johnny Delgado 1979 2006
Ronaldo Valdez 1993 1997
Dick Israel 1988 1994

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Only the "Best Performer" award was given.
  2. ^ Only the "Best Actor" and "Best Actress" awards were given.

References[edit]

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