Ogie Diaz

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Ogie Díaz
Born Roger Díaz-Pandaan
(1970-01-02) January 2, 1970 (age 44)
Quezon City,
Philippines Philippines
Occupation television presenter, radio personality, talent manager, comedian
Years active 1992-present

Ogie Díaz is a Filipino comedian, actor and show business reporter. He is also popularly known as "Pekto", the name of his character in the long-running former television show Palibhasa Lalake.

Biography[edit]

Born on 2 January 1970, Díaz has four children with partner Mirasol del Rosario. Díaz began his career as an assistant to Cristy Fermin at Mariposa Publications, eventually becoming an entertainment writer and an actor. Díaz was also previously the manager of comedian Vice Ganda for four years.

Politics[edit]

Díaz ran for election to the Quezon City council in 2010 but lost.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Maricris Sioson: Japayuki (1993)
  • Bulag, Pipi, at Bingi (1993)
  • May Minamahal (1993) Didoy
  • Nag-Iisang Bituin (1994)
  • Anghel na Walang Langit (1994)
  • The Secrets of Sarah Jane: Sana'y Mapatawad Mo (1994) Don
  • Ging Gang Gooly Giddiyap: I Love You Daddy (1994)
  • Shake Rattle & Roll 5 (1994) Mitoy (segment "Anino")
  • Pare Ko (1995) Mr. Holgado
  • Hataw Na! (1995) Oscar Cabalos
  • Araw-Araw, Gabi-Gabi (1995)
  • Rollerboys (1995) Elvis
  • Radio Romance (1996) Loy
  • Ama, Ina, Anak (1996) Hector
  • Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan Kita (1997) Aphrodite
  • Ikaw Pala Ang Mahal Ko (1997) Alvin
  • Alipin ng Aliw (1998)
  • Hiling (1998) Ahrnell
  • Puso ng Pasko (1998) Talkshow Host
  • Tigasin (1999)
  • Live Show (2000) Kadyot
  • Most Wanted (2000)
  • Yakapin Mo Ang Umaga (2000) Ayo
  • Narinig Mo Na Ba Ang L8est? (2001) Nestor
  • Hari ng Selda: Anak ni Baby Ama 2 (2002) Reporter
  • Super B (2002) Media Reporter
  • Sex Drive (2003) Mani
  • Gagamboy (2004) Stage Manager
  • One Night Only (2008) Meliton
  • Call Center Girl (2013)

Television[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • Wow ang Showbiz (DWIZ; 2005
  • OMJ! (DZMM);2013–present

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Against all odds: These stars continue to battle in politics". ABS-CBN. May 9, 2010. Retrieved May 18, 2010. 
  2. ^ Parks, Lisa; Shanti Kumar (2003). Planet TV: a global television reader. NYU Press. p. 270. ISBN 978-0-8147-6692-7. 
  3. ^ a b "Ogie Diaz for 2010?". ABS-CBN. May 6, 2009. Retrieved May 18, 2010. 
  4. ^ "Ogie Diaz 'predicts super typhoon'". Sun.Star. July 26, 2008. Retrieved May 18, 2010.