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August 27, 1950
Crispin "Pen" Medina Sr. (born August 27, 1950) is a Filipino actor born in Arayat, Pampanga, Philippines. He is known for his role as Paciano Rizal in the award winning film José Rizal shown for the Metro Manila Film Festival in 1998.
Pen Medina is one of the most notable actors of his time, doing versatile roles in both the big screen and on various television shows.
Pen Medina is the father of Karl Medina, Crispin "Ping" Medina II, Alex Medina, John Medina, Japs Medina, Victor Medina, and Zeth Medina. His sons Ping, John and Alex, who both had their roots in indie films, are currently active in local television. His other sons Karl and Victor have followed suit by taking on acting roles in other indie films as well.
|2013||10,000 Hours||Sebastian Jago|
|2007||Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo||Ferdinand Marcos|
|2004||Bcuz of U||Tatay|
|2003||Till There Was You||Frank Boborol|
|1998||José Rizal||Paciano Rizal|
|1993||Sakay||Col. Lucio De Vega|
|1992||Shake, Rattle & Roll IV||NGO Member|
|1991||Shake, Rattle & Roll III||Fr. Salazar|
|1988||A Dangerous Life||Col. Eduardo Doromal|
|1985||Virgin Forest||Macabebe Scout|
|1999||Metro Manila Film Festival||Best Supporting Actor||Muro Ami||Won|
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