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November 14, 1941|
|Died||May 10, 2005
Metro Manila, Philippines
Romy Diaz (November 14, 1941 – May 10, 2005) was a Filipino actor, best known for his villain roles and his versatility in portraying non-villain roles. He performed in movies such as "The Impossible Kid", released in 1982, in which he portrayed Senyor Manolo, "Gising na... ang higanteng natutulog"(1995), and "Si Samson at Si Delilah" (1983).
Diaz was the younger brother of the late Paquito Diaz and uncle of Joko Diaz, both actors.
Diaz was the Villain Role Movies of Action Star in Kalawang sa Bakal (1987) With Ricky Davao Don Pepe (1988) With John Regala Pambato (1993) With Ronnie Ricketts Tunay na Magkaibigan Peksman (1994) With Phillip Salvador and Vic Sotto and Jacob CIS (1997).
His father was an American citizen of Mexican descent. His brother, Paquito Diaz, Nephew, actor Joko and Niece Cheska are also actors. He Died on May 10, 2005, Just 5 months after the death of his Longtime Friend Fernando Poe, Jr.. He was best known for appearing in the Latter's Films as a Villain usually taking on roles of the head of a Gang, relentlessly raping women victims with his trademark 'Romy Diaz' look (eyes wide open) before the rape sequence.
- Romy Diaz, people.theiapolis.com
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