Niño Muhlach

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Niño Muhlach
Born Angelo Jose Rocha-Muhlach
(1971-10-27) October 27, 1971 (age 43)
Manila, Philippines
Occupation actor
Years active 1974–present

Niño Muhlach (born Angelo Jose Rocha Muhlach, October 27, 1971) is a Filipino actor and former child actor.

Early life[edit]

Niño was born to Alexander Muhlach and Rebecca Rocha, he has five siblings. The nephew of Amalia Fuentes and Alvaro Muhlach, his cousins Aga Muhlach and Arlene Muhlach were also actors. He was the owner of D'Wonder Films, which produced most of his films in the 1970s/80s. He was dubbed the "Child Wonder of the Philippines" for making films which garnered both critical and commercial success. He holds the title of highest-paid child actor in the history of Filipino cinema. He is the owner of Megamelt Bakeshop, home of Muhlach Ensaymada.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

He was married to Edith Millare from 2000–05, they have one child. He has a second child, with Diane Tupaz. He is of Spanish-German-Chinese descent.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Lulubog Lilitaw sa Ilalim ng Tulay (1974) Chinky Ychavez
  • Ang Leon at ang Daga (1975) Pongkoy
  • Kutong Lupa (1976)
  • Bongbong (1976) Bongbong
  • Peter Pandesal (1977) Peter
  • Ang Pagbabalik ni Harabas at Bulilit (1977)
  • Jack en Poy (1977) Poy
  • Tutubing Kalabaw Tutubing Karayom (1977)
  • Amihan at Higibis (1977)
  • Binata ang Daddy Ko (1977) Dominic
  • Tahan na Empoy, Tahan (1977) Empoy
  • Kaming Patok na Patok (1978)
  • Magkaaway (1978)
  • Ang Tatay Kong Nanay (1978) Nonoy
  • Bruce Liit (1978) Bruce
  • Butsoy (1978) Butsoy
  • Isa, Dalawa, Tatlo, Ang Tatay Mong Kalbo! (1979)
  • Kakampi Ko ang Sto. Niño (1979)
  • Kuwatog (1979) Kuwatog
  • Pepeng Kulisap (1979)
  • Bokyo (1979) Bokyo
  • Agimat ni Pepe (1979) Pepe
  • Nognog (1980) Nognog
  • Juan Tamad Junior (1980) Juan Tamad Jr.
  • Hepe (1980) Hepe
  • Darna at Ding (1980) Ding
  • Enteng-Anting (1980) Enteng
  • Tempong (1980) Tempong
  • Tropang Bulilit (1981) Titoy
  • Mga Batang Sisiw (1981)
  • Juan Balutan (1982) Juan Balutan
  • Tatlo Silang Tatay Ko (1982)
  • Roco, Ang Batang Bato (1982) Roco
  • Cuatro Y Medya (1982)
  • Hula (1983)
  • D'Godson (1983)
  • Paano Ba Ang Magmahal? (1983)
  • Nang Maghalo ang Balat sa Tinalupan (1984) Boboy
  • Abandonado (1985)
  • Ma'am, May We Go Out? (1985)
  • Like Father, Like Son (1985) Jonjon
  • Oks na Oks Pakner (1986)
  • Kontra Bandido (1986)
  • Topo-Topo Barega (1987)
  • Working Girls 2 (1987)
  • Pssst Boy... Halika (1988)
  • Sam en Miguel: No Basura, No Problema (1991)
  • Sonny Boy, Public Enemy Number 1 of Cebu City (1992)
  • Adan Ronquillo: Tubong Cavite, Laking Tondo (1993) Bunso
  • Di na Natuto?: Sorry na, Puwede Ba? (1993) Turing
  • Swindler's List (1994)
  • Oo Na, Sige Na! (1994) Jimbo
  • Ikaw ang Miss Universe ng Buhay Ko (1994) Bing
  • Cuardo de Jack (1994)
  • Dobol Trobol (1995)
  • Proboys (1995)
  • Makamandang na Bango (1996)
  • Oki Doki Doc, The Movie (1996) Agent X-44
  • Wang Wang: Buhay Bombero (1997)
  • Sanggano (1997) Siano
  • Buhawi Jack (1998) Dino
  • Gangland (1998)
  • Techno Warriors (1998) Bryan
  • Bilibid or Not (1998)
  • Markado (1999)
  • Minsan Ko Lang Sasabihin (2000) Jason
  • Mahal Kita, Kahit Sino Ka Pa (2001)
  • One Percent Full (2007) Shaquille
  • Slumber Party (2011)
  • On The Job (2013) Ramon
  • Juana C The Movie (2013)

TV Shows[edit]

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