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November 29, 1964
Raymond Lauchengco is an accomplished Filipino concert and recording artist with roots in musical theater. His foray into showbusiness began at the age of 12 when he played the role of Louis, son of Anna, in the Repertory Philippines staging of The King and I. Raymond went on to join mainstream Philippine showbusiness at the age of 18, cementing his reputation as one of the hottest teen idols of the 1980s when he appeared as one of five young male leads in the hugely popular film, Bagets.
Raymond was the Philippine representative to the prestigious Tokyo Music Festival in 1987 and has performed in both solo and group concerts in over 25 countries. He is the recipient of the Aliw Award for Best Concert Collaboration for the concert series, The Best of Us, with Ayen Laurel. Raymond has released seven albums, to both critical and commercial success.
His eighth album, The Promise, released by Viva Records, is slated to launch on May 17, 2014.
- That's Entertainment (GMA Network)
- Celebrity Duets: Philippine Edition (GMA Network)
- Eat Bulaga! (GMA Network)
- Maalaala Mo Kaya (ABS-CBN)
- Magpakailanman (GMA Network)
- Maynila (GMA Network)
- Bagets: Just Got Lucky (TV5)
- In Your Eyes (2010) - Ciara and Julia's Father
- Ten Little Indians Part 2 (1996) - Tonton
- Joey Boy Munti, 15 anyos ka sa Muntnilupa (1991)
- Tiny Terrestrial: The Three Professors (1990) - Prof. Paul Cruz
- Remember Me, Mama (1987)
- Bagets 2 (1984) - Arnel
- Hotshots (1984)- Danny
- Bagets (1984) - Arnel
- Bukas Luluhod Ang Mga Tala (1984) - Jun
- Saan Darating Ang Umaga? (1983) - Raul
- Cross My Heart (1982) - Ryan
- Raymond (1983)
- Dreamboy (1984)
- Rated R (1988)
- Walang Kupas (1990)
- New Every Morning (1995)
- Raymond Lauchengco (2005)
- Full Circle (2007)
- The Promise (2014)
- Phil. Star article: Raymond & Menchu Lauchengco – Sibling Revelry show (Feb 2010) "Sweeney Todd meets Tony Bennett on Valentine's by Bibsy Carballo".