Allen Dizon

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Allen Dizon

Allen Dizon is an award-winning Filipino actor, model and producer in the Philippines. A former member of the Viva Hot Men, Dizon is one of the premiere Independent movie actors in the country.

In 2007, he won the Best Supporting Actor FAMAS award and Star Award for Movies in the film Twilight Dancers. Dizon appeared in movies such as Dukot (2009), Sigwa (2010), Patikul (2011), Deadline (2011), and Migrante (2012). He played as Sonny Burgos in the film Burgos (2013) starring Lorna Tolentino and Rocco Nacino, directed by Joel Lamangan. Dizon played as a soldier in Lauriana (2013) with Bangs Garcia and Rich Asuncion. He starred in ABS-CBN's melodrama series Doble Kara (2015), as Antonio Dela Rosa.

Dizon produced the Indie Films Crossroads (2008) and Marino (2009).

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2016 Won Best Actor, 4th Silk Road Film Festival in Dublin, Ireland Iadya Mo Kami (2015)[1]
  • 2015 Won Best Actor, 3rd Silk Road International Film Festival Dublin, Ireland Magkakabaung (2015)
  • 2015 Won Best Actor, Gawad Urian Awards Magkakabaung (2015)
  • 2015 Won Best Actor, 63rd Famas Awards Magkakabaung (2015)
  • 2015 Won Best Actor, 13th Gawad Tanglaw Awards Magkakabaung (2015)
  • 2015 Won Best Actor, 17th Gawad Pasado Awards Magkakabaung (2015)
  • 2015 Won Best Actor, 1st Urduja Heritage Awards Magkakabaung (2015)
  • 2014 Won Best Actor, 3rd Hanoi International Film Festival in Hanoi, Vietnam Magkakabaung (2014)
  • 2014 Won Best Actor, 9th Harlem International Film Festival Harlem, New York Magkakabaung (2014)
  • 2014 Won Best Actor, MMFF New Wave 2014 Magkakabaung (2014)
  • 2013 Nominated Golden Screen Award Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role Migrante (2012)
  • 2012 Nominated Golden Screen Award Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role Patikul (2011)
  • 2011 Won FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actor Sigwa (2010)
  • 2011 Nominated Golden Screen Award Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role Sigwa (2010)
  • 2011 Nominated Star Awards For Movies Movie Supporting Actor Of The Year Sigwa 2010
  • 2010 Won FAMAS Award Best Actor Dukot (2009)
  • 2010 Won Gawad Tanglaw Award Best Actor Dukot (2009)
  • 2010 Won Gawad Genio Awards Best Film Actor Dukot (2009)
  • 2010 Nominated Gawad Urian Award Best Actor Dukot (2009)
  • 2010 Nominated Golden Screen Award Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role Dukot (2009)
  • 2010 Nominated Star Awards For Movies Movie Actor Of The Year Dukot 2009
  • 2010 Nominated Star Awards For Movies Movie Supporting Actor Of The Year Bente 2009
  • 2009 Won FAMAS Award Best Actor Paupahan (2008)
  • 2009 Nominated Star Awards For Movies Movie Actor Of The Year Paupahan 2008
  • 2007 Won FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actor Twilight Dancers (2006)
  • 2007 Won Star Awards For Movies Movie Supporting Actor Of The Year Twilight Dancers 2006

Filmography[edit]

  • Decendants Of The Sun: Adaptation (2019) GMA Network
  • Brillante Mendoza's Amo (2018) (TV5)
  • Doble Kara (2015-2017)
  • Invisible (2015)
  • Magkakabaung
  • Ipaglaban Mo - Hanggang Sa Huli (2015)
  • Ipaglaban Mo - Amin Ang Pamana Mo (2014)
  • Burgos (2013)
  • Lauriana (2013)
  • Maalaala Mo Kaya - Drawing (2013)
  • Princess and I (TV series) (2012-2013)
  • El Presidente (2012)
  • Flames Of Love (2012)
  • Migrante (2012)
  • Nasaan Ka Elisa? (TV series) (2011-2012)
  • Deadline: The Reign Of Impunity (2011)
  • Patikul (2011)
  • 5 Star Specials
  • Pink Halo-Halo (2010)
  • Maalaala Mo Kaya - Funeral Parlor (2010)
  • Sigwa (2010)
  • Dukot (2009)
  • Marino (2009)
  • Tutok (2009)
  • Loophole (2009)
  • Baler (film) (2008)
  • Room 213 (2008)
  • Crossroads (2008)
  • Ikaw Pa Rin: Bongga Ka Boy! (2008)
  • Kung Fu Kids (TV series) (2008)
  • Twilight Dancers (2006)
  • Pinakamamahal (TV series) (2006)
  • Mga Anghel na Walang Langit (TV series) (2005-2006)
  • Boso (2005)
  • Erotica: Lessons Of The Flesh (Video) (2005)
  • Hotmen (Video) (2004)
  • Langit Mo Kaligayahan Ko (2004)
  • Tumitibok, Kumikirot (2003)
  • Xerex (2003)
  • Boldstar (2003)
  • Motel (2003)
  • Balat-Sibuyas (2003)
  • Kiskisan (2003)
  • Matamis Hanggang Dulo (2003)
  • Tukaan (2002)
  • Sugat, Walang Paghilom (2002)
  • Mama San (2002)
  • Sana Totoo Na (2002)
  • Eva, Lason Kay Adan (2002)
  • Hinog Sa Pilit, Sobra Sa Tamis (2002)
  • Kaulayaw (2002)
  • Virgin People III (2002)
  • Hayup Sa Sex Appeal (2001)
  • Trip (2001)
  • Venus: Dyosa Ng Kagandahan (2001)
  • Amorseko: Damong Ligaw (2001)
  • Oras Na Para Lumaban (2001)
  • Ika-Pitong Gloria (2001)
  • Malikot Ang Agos Ng Tubig (2001)
  • Ang Gusto Ko Sa Lalaki (2000)
  • Bukas May Ligaya (2000)
  • Saranggani (2000)
  • Azucena (2000)
  • Gawin Sa Dilim 2 (2000)
  • Terror (1999)
  • Luksong Tinik (1999)
  • Pila Balde (1999)
  • Pamasak Butas (1999)
  • Hilig Ng Katawan (1999)
  • Nikilado (1999)
  • Huwag Po, Huwag Po (1999)
  • Molata (1999)
  • Saan Ka Man Naroroon (TV series) (1999)
  • Tatlong Makasalanan (1999)
  • Shirley (1998)
  • Babae Sa Bubungang Lata (1998)
  • Curacha: Ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga (1998)
  • Private Parts
  • Hipo

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Allen Dizon wins again in Ireland". Philippine Daily Inquirer. March 17, 2016. Retrieved March 17, 2016.
  2. ^ "Allen Dizon to Join US Tour of DUKOT". BakitWhy. September 13, 2010. Retrieved 2014-07-12.
  3. ^ Rose Garcia (June 10, 2013). "Allen Dizon hopes to win second acting award for indie film Lauriana". PEP.ph. Retrieved 2014-07-12.
  4. ^ Nonie V. Nicasio (August 15, 2013). "Allen Dizon goes naked anew for latest indie film". PEP.ph. Retrieved 2014-07-12.

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