Tito Arévalo

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Tito Arévalo
Born Eustaquio Ilagan
(1911-03-29)March 29, 1911
Tondo, Manila
Died December 4, 2000(2000-12-04) (aged 89)
Occupation Actor, Musician
Years active 1935–2000
Spouse(s) Guadalupe Francisco
Children Robert Arevalo

Eustaquio Ylagan (March 29, 1911 – December 4, 2000) better known as his stage name, Tito Arévalo was a Filipino actor and musician.

Personal life[edit]

He grew up in Tondo, Manila. He was married to Guadalupe Francisco Ylagan, a woman who hails from Manila and they are the parents of Cora Ylagan Evangelista, Deanna Ylagan Rathbun and actor Robert Arevalo and he is the uncle of actors Jay Ilagan and Liberty Ilagan.[1] He made his film debut in 1934 in Dasalang Pilak.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1934 -Dasalang Pilak
  • 1936 -Sa Paanan ng Krus
  • 1937 -Nasaan ka, Irog
  • 1937 -Anak ng Kadiliman
  • 1938 -Dasalang Perlas [Parlatone]
  • 1938 -Isang Halik Lamang [Parlatone]
  • 1939 -Ama at Anak [Parlatone]
  • 1939 -Lihim ng Dagat-Dagatan [Parlatone]
  • 1939 -Yaman ng Mahirap [Parlatone]
  • 1940 -Prinsesa ng Kumintang [Lvn]
  • 1941 -Ang Tiktik [Associated Theaters]
  • 1946 -Ang Iyong Ina [Palaris]
  • 1946 -Ikaw Na [Palaris]
  • 1946 -Hanggang Pier [Palaris]
  • 1947 -Sanggano [Palaris]
  • 1954 -Ang Manyika ng Sta. Mónica [Palanca Bros.]
  • 1954 -Batalyon Pilipino sa Korea [Palanca Bros.]
  • 1989 -Isang Taong Walang Dios

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