Suzette Ranillo

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Suzette Ranillo
Born Maria Suzette Sevilla Ranillo
(1961-01-11) January 11, 1961 (age 53)
Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Residence Manila, Philippines
Other names Nadia Veloso
Years active 1970-present
Parents Mat Ranillo Jr. & Gloria Sevilla
Website
http://www.carehomethemovie.com

Suzette Ranillo, started at the age of 12 as an actress. She is well known for her awards and successes in film, television and theater. Born in Cebu City, Philippines to actors' Mat Ranillo Jr. and Gloria Sevilla[1] (who later wed Amado Cortez). Her siblings are Maria Lilibeth Sevilla Ranillo aka Bebet Ranillo DeRivera, Matias Archibald Sevilla Ranillo III, to his friends and family "Archie," (a.k.a. Mat Ranillo III),[2][3] Matias Jonathan Sevilla Ranillo IV aka Jojo Ranillo, Matias Bonifacio Sevilla Ranillo V aka Dandin Ranillo, Matias Junius Ferdinand Sevilla Ranillo VI aka Juni Ging Ranillo and Czareanah Mari Sevilla Cortez aka Inah Cortez Do.

Filmography[edit]

  • In Progress (SR Films) . Directed by Suzette Ranillo. 2008.
  • CareHome (GGS Entertainment) . Directed by Suzette Ranillo. 2006.[4]
  • I Will Always Love You (Regal Films) . Directed by Mac Alejandre. 2005.
  • Kristo (CineSuerte). Directed by Ben Yalung. 1996. Film Academy of the Philippines Best Picture Nominee.
  • Segurista (Neo Films). Directed by Jose Aguiluz. 1995. Entry to Toronto Film Festival (Canada).
  • Muling Umawit Ang Puso (Viva Films). Directed by Joel Lamangan. 1995. Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Nominee.
  • Trudis Liit (Merdeka Films). Directed by Jett Espiritu. 1993. Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Nominee.
  • Kumander Alibasbas (JE Productions). Directed by Augusto Buenaventura. 1981. Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Best Picture Awardee.
  • Taga Sa Panahon (Premiere Productions). Directed by Augusto Buenaventura. 1980. FAMAS Best Supporting Actress Nominee.
  • Aliw / Pleasure (Seven Stars Production). Directed by Ishmael Bernal. 1979. Urian Best Actress Nominee.
  • Gimingaw Ako (Kampilan Films). Directed by Amado Cortez. 1973. FAMAS Best Supporting Actress Awardee.

Theater[edit]

  • Kanser ("Noli Me Tangere"). Role: Sisa. Metropolitan Theatre, Philippines. 1990–1992; 2003–2004.
  • Kristo. Role: Veronica / Weeping Women. Folk Arts Theatre, Philippines. 1994–1999.
  • El Filibusterismo. Role: Juli. Metropolitan Theatre/Little CCP (Cultural Center of the Philippines). 1992–1994.
  • Florante at Laura". Role: Laura. Metropolitan Theatre, Philippines. 1992.
  • Bong Bong at Kris. Role: Ate Guy. Ateneo Graduate School, Philippines. 1991.

Television[edit]

  • Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas. (ABS–CBN) . Directed by Erick Reyes. 2003.
  • Pangako Sa 'Yo. (ABS–CBN) . Directed by Rory Quintos, Jerry Sineneng, Trina Dayrit. 2002.
  • Sali-Salising Buhay ("Interwoven Lives") an episode of the TV series "Balintataw". Directed by Jose Mari Avellana. 1993. Star Awards for TV Best Actress Nominee. The project featured in Turner Broadcasting's People Count, shown on CNN, in a segment entitled "Soaps for Social Change".
  • Lucia. (BBC). Directed by Mel Chonglo. 1992. Gawad CCP Best Drama for TV Awardee. Cannes Film Festival Best Docu-Drama Awardee.
  • Mommy Ko Si Mayor. (ABS–CBN). 1979–1981. Family-oriented series featuring 8 of the 9 Ranillo-Cortez family members. Although it enjoyed high ratings during its run, the series ended when the family decided to relocate to the United States in September 1981.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Personal recognition[edit]

  • 1996 Metro manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Nominee. "Trudis Liit" (Merdeka Films). Directed by Jett Espiritu.
  • 1995 Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Nominee. "Mulang Umawit ang Puso" (Viva Films). Directed by Joel Lamangan.
  • 1980 FAMAS Best Supporting Actress Nominee. "Taga Sa Panahon" (Premiere Productions). Directed by Augusto Buenaventura.
  • 1979 Urian Best Actress Nominee. "Aliw" /(Pleasure) (Seven Stars Production). Directed by Ishmael Bernal.
  • 1975 FAMAS Best Supporting Actress Awardee. "Gimingaw Ako" (Kampilan Films). Directed by Amado Cortez.

Recognition of projects[edit]

  • 1997. Metro Manila Film Festival 2nd Best Picture, Best Story, Best Theme Song, and Best Supporting Actress. "Babae" ("Woman"). Participation: Line Producer.
  • 1996 Film Academy of the Philippines Best Picture Nominee. "Kristo" (CineSuerte). Directed by Ben Yalung. Participation: Actress in a supporting role.
  • 1995 Entry to Toronto Film Festival (Canada). "Segurista" (Neo Films). Directed by Jose Aguiluz. Participation: Actress in a supporting role.
  • 1992 Cannes Film Festival Best Docu-Drama Awardee. Gawad CCP Best Drama for TV Awardee. "Lucia". (BBC). Directed by Mel Chonglo.
  • 1981 FAMAS Best Picture Awardee. "Kumander Alibasbas" (JE Productions). Directed by Augusto Buenaventura.

References[edit]

  1. ^ San Diego Jr., Bayani. ""Glory Days And Drama"". March 20, 2006. Philippine Daily Inquirer (via Lexis-Nexis). Retrieved February 13, 2010.
  2. ^ San Diego Jr., Bayani. "Nida buried: 'What have they done to my mom?'". November 15, 2001. Philippine Daily Inquirer (via Lexis-Nexis). Retrieved February 13, 2010.
  3. ^ Ranillo-de Rivera, Lilibeth. "Erap Climbed The Mountain For My Dad". April 15, 1998. Business Daily (via Lexis-Nexis). Retrieved February 13, 2010.
  4. ^ Torre, Nestor U. "You Can't Keep Good Showbiz Veterans Down". June 28, 2008. Philippine Daily Inquirer (via Lexis-Nexis). Retrieved February 13, 2010.