The Fighting Chefs
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|The Fighting Chefs|
|Directed by||Ronnie Ricketts (as Ronn Rick)|
|Produced by||Mariz Ricketts (Line Producer), Valeria Salvador Del Rosario (Supervising Producer), Vicente G. Del Rosario III and Veronique Del Rosario-Corpus (Producers), Vic R. Del Rosario Jr. (Executive Producer)|
|Distributed by||Viva Films|
A group of chefs is divided into two fighting groups after learning they only have three months before they're all fired from their restaurant.
- Ronnie Ricketts as Master Chef
- Arci Munoz
- Mark Gil as Don Manolo (Friend of Master Chef)
- Boy Logro
- Dinky Doo
- PJ Cuatero
- Tiara Santos
- Billy James Renacia
- Hero Angeles as Ivan
- Roldan Aquino
- Hideaki Torio
- Rey Bejar
- Nadine Lustre
- Jade Lopez
- Jeffrey Santos
- Gene Padilla
- John Hall
- Onyok Velasco
- Joross Gamboa
- Roi Vinzon as Daryl (as Villain Role and Don Manalo's arrogant brother)
- Boy Roque as Daryl's man (as Villain Goon Role)
- Bruce Ricketts
- Roy Alvarez as Manager of Restaurant
- Cristina Sambrano
- Yoyong Martirez
- Mariz Ricketts
- Marinella Ricketts
- Vic Belaro as Policeman No. 1
- Polly Cadsawan as Policeman No. 2
- Paolo Serrano as Cell Phone Snatcher (a man snatching of Master Chef's cell phone)
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