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Coco Martin
Born
Rodel Pacheco Nacianceno

(1981-11-01) November 1, 1981 (age 38)
NationalityFilipino
EducationBachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Alma materNational College of Business and Arts
OccupationActor, director, producer, screenwriter, creative manager, endorser
Years active2001–2002
2004–present
AgentStar Magic
(2001–2002; 2009–2016; 2020–present)
B617 Management & Enterprise
(2016–2020) [1]
Height5 ft 7 in (170 cm)

Rodel Pacheco Nacianceno (born November 1, 1981), known professionally as Coco Martin, is a Filipino actor, director, and film producer, best known for playing the lead roles in Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, Walang Hanggan, Ikaw Lamang, Juan dela Cruz and FPJ's Ang Probinsyano.

In 2017, Martin starred as the titular character in the Ang Panday reboot, while also serving as the director thus marking his directorial debut. He is credited under his real name, Rodel Nacianceno for his roles as director.[2]

Early life and career

Coco Martin was born in Sampaloc, Manila and raised in Novaliches, Quezon City to his parents, Maria Teresa (née Pacheco) and Ramon Nacianceno. His parents separated and he became a street kid.[3] He is a devotee of the Black Nazarene. During his childhood years, he usually went to the Quiapo Church with his grandmother to seek guidance from the Black Nazarene.[4]

He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management at the National College of Business and Arts in Fairview Quezon City. Martin was also an Overseas Filipino Worker working as a janitor in Alberta, Canada.[5]

Acting career

Martin started out in one of the ABS-CBN's talent agency, Star Magic, as part of the Star Circle Batch 9. He made his first cameo film appearance in the 2001 film Luv Text where he was credited under his real name, Rodel Nacianceno, followed by many independent films.[6]

Since then he has appeared in several TV advertisements before breaking back into showbiz with his lead debut independent film Masahista for which he was awarded the Young Critics Circle Best Actor Award in 2006. He also starred in Summer Heat in 2006.

In 2008, Martin was cast in Ligaw na Bulaklak as one of the regular cast members. In 2009, he starred in the drama series Tayong Dalawa where he won the award for Best Drama Actor at the 2009 Star Awards for Television. After Tayong Dalawa, he starred in the afternoon soap opera titled Nagsimula sa Puso, alongside Maja Salvador, Jason Abalos and Nikki Gil. In the same year, he joined Star Magic.[7]

In 2010, he became part of the cast of ABS-CBN's primetime drama Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo, and had his first leading role in the action series Tonyong Bayawak. He also starred in his first mainstream film Sa 'yo Lamang,[8] and the primetime series 1DOL. Martin also filmed another independent film titled Kinatay, where he was nominated for a FAMAS Award for Best Actor.

In 2011, he led the highly acclaimed television series Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin.[9] In May, Martín received the Dekada Award in the Gawad Urian ceremony.[10] He was nominated for multiple awards for his portrayal as Alexander and Javier del Tierro in Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, namely from the KBP Golden Dove Awards, Golden Screen Awards and Star Awards for TV.

In 2012, Martin starred in another ensemble series titled Walang Hanggan, an adaptation of the 1991 film Hihintayin Kita sa Langit.[11] Having a good chemistry together, his love team with Walang Hanggan leading lady Julia Montes is Martín's most successful and effective love team, giving them more chance to star in other projects. Because of the success of the series, Coco Martin was then dubbed as the "Prince of Philippine TV Series". He was also the creative consultant of the series. He also starred in his second mainstream film entitled Born to Love You, opposite singer Angeline Quinto.[12]

In May 2012, a script for a film called Juan dela Cruz was submitted to the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival, starring Martin alongside Tayong Dalawa co-star Jake Cuenca, Nagsimula Sa Puso and Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin leading lady Maja Salvador, and Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo co-star Albert Martinez.[13] The entry, directed by Richard Somes, was one of the 7 rejected scripts. Cinemedia Films Production Incorporated and ABS-CBN Dreamscape Entertainment unit head Deo Endrinal decided to retool the cancelled film as a television series, which was aired in 2013. While Angel Locsin was originally pegged to be Martin's leading lady, Erich Gonzales ultimately bagged the role.[14] Together with Martin, Gonzales and Martínez, Arron Villaflor, Eddie Garcia, Zsa Zsa Padilla and Gina Pareño played supporting roles.

Martin also starred in A Moment in Time together with Julia Montes as his leading lady.

In 2014, Martin starred in the period drama television series entitled Ikaw Lamang, alongside Walang Hanggan leading lady Julia Montes, and Tayong Dalawa co-stars Kim Chiu and Jake Cuenca. He also starred in another mainstream film Maybe This Time, with singer-actress Sarah Geronimo.

In October 2014, he celebrated his 10th anniversary in show business.

In early 2015, he starred in a Philippine fantasy drama anthology WansapanaSummer entitled "Yamishita's Treasures" alongside his leading lady Julia Montes. The show lasted for 4 months.

In September 2015, Martin together with an ensemble cast starred in the TV adaptation of the late Fernando Poe Jr.'s film FPJ's Ang Probinsyano. To portray the role, he had to train various martial arts such as Kickboxing, Arnis, and MMA.[15] With the series dominating primetime and Philippine television, the tag "King of Philippine Television" was given to Martin. Prior to FPJ's Ang Probinsyano, Martin similar to his character Cardo, portrayed Police Inspector Gary Erana in an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya co-starring Angel Locsin and Ejay Falcon dedicated to the memory of Special Action Force members killed in the Mamasapano clash.[16]

In 2016, he starred in The Super Parental Guardians, along with Vice Ganda, Simon Pineda, and Awra under Star Cinema.

In 2017, Martin star as the titular character in Ang Panday reboot, while also serving as the director and producer thus marking his directorial and producing debut.[17] The role was first popularized by late actor Fernando Poe Jr., hence, making it the second time Martin will portray one of his roles. The film will be one of the selected entries in 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival.[18][19] In 2018, starred in the film Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles alongside GMA artists Maine Mendoza and Vic Sotto. Due to the continuous success of his top-rating drama series FPJ's Ang Probinsyano and consistently maintaining the number 1 spot in ratings above all Philippine televsion shows, Martin holds the title as the "King of Philippine Televsion".

In 2019, He starred in the film 3Pol Trobol: Huli Ka Balbon! with Jennylyn Mercado and Ai-Ai delas Alas. He was also the film's screenwriter, director, and producer. His series FPJ's Ang Probinsyano, which has been airing for 4 years, still maintains the top spot in ratings.

In 2020, Martin is set to lead the romantic comedy film "Love or Money" with Angelica Panganiban for Valentine's Day.

As of 2020, Martin holds a total of 109 awards and recognitions and 35 nominations from various award giving bodies since 2006.

Included in these are 5 Gawad Urian Best Actor nominations, 1 Gawad Urian Best Supporting Actor award, and 1 Gawad Urian 'Actor of the Decade' Award, an award given to actor/s and actress/es who had made outstanding works in the past decade. The Gawad Urian Awards is the most prestigious and highly-coveted film award-giving body in the Philippines, and is currently regarded as the counterpart of the United States' New York Film Critics Circle.

Media and Production Companies

Martin is the co-founder and creative director of the media and tech firm CoSyn Mediatech. Martin co-founded the firm in partnership with Synergy 88, a Philippine-based group of businesses in digital media entertainment. Syenergy 88 is the country’s first official Microsoft certified art studio for Gear of Wars 4. They have also done art assets for the multi-awarded game, the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt-Blood and Wine. Synergy88, along with its animation company ASI Studio, was also awarded the “Best 2D Animation Show” in December 2016 by the Asian TV Awards in Singapore for “George of the Jungle.”

In 2017, CoSyn Mediatech developed a game app 'Ang Panday', which was conceptualized in support of the 2017 remake of FPJ’s classic, which now has a new face in movie and primetime TV king Coco Martin. Because the app was highly-successful, the company ventured to their second app in 2018, the 'La Luna Sangre filter app', based on ABS-CBN's hit 2017 series La Luna Sangre.

In 2017, Martin established his own film Production Company 'CCM Film Productions'. As of today, the company has produced three films since 2017: Ang Panday, Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles, and 3Pol Trobol: Huli Ka Balbon!, all of which are starred by Martin.

Filmography

Acting roles

Television

Year Title Role Notes Network Source
2004–2008 Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman Himself/Host GMA Network [20]
2006–2007 Teka Mona Himself / Various ABC [21]
2007 Mga Kwento ni Lola Basyang Bulag 6 Episode: Ang Walong Bulag GMA Network
Daisy Siete David Season 15: Isla Chikita [22]
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya James Episode: Bibliya ABS-CBN
Ligaw na Bulaklak Ronel / Chris Alegro Supporting Character/Antagonist [23]
Komiks: Tiny Tony Joaquin Peralta Supporting Character/Antagonist [24]
Maalaala Mo Kaya Billy Episode: Boarding House
2009 Tayong Dalawa Ramon Dionisio Lecumberri Main Antagonist [25]
Komiks: Nasaan Ka Maruja James [26]
2009–2010 Nagsimula sa Puso Carlo Pangdanganan Main Protagonist [27]
2010 Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo Ringo Quijano Crisanto Main Antagonist [28]
1DOL Fernando "Lando" Lagdameo [29]
Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla Presents: Tonyong Bayawak Antonio "Tonyo" dela Cruz / Tonyong Bayawak Main Protagonist / Titular character [30]
Maalaala Mo Kaya Jerome Ortega Episode: Silbato
2011 Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin 2nd Lt. Alexander "Xander" Sebastiano Del Tierro Main Protagonist [31]
Javier Del Tierro Main Antagonist / Protagonist
100 Days to Heaven Young Tagabantay Special guest [32]
2011–2012 Growing Up Asiong
2012 Walang Hanggan Daniel Cardenas Guidotti Main Protagonist [33]
Maalaala Mo Kaya Ramon Episode: Kamao [34]
2013 Kahit Konting Pagtingin Bus passenger
Juan dela Cruz Juan dela Cruz Main Protagonist [35]
Anak ng Dilim (Son of Darkness) Special finale participation/Antagonist [36]
My Little Juan teenage Juan dela Cruz
Wansapanataym Police Officer Carlos "Caloy/Caloykoy" de Guzman Episode: Simbang Gabi [37]
2014 Ikaw Lamang Samuel Severino Hidalgo Main Protagonist [38]
Ikaw Lamang - Book 2 Gabriel R. Hidalgo / Gabriel L. Mondigo [39]
2015 Wansapanataym Yamishita "Yami" Episode: Yamishita's Treasures [40]
Maalaala Mo Kaya PS/Insp. Garry Erana Episode: Plano [41][42]
2015–present FPJ's Ang Probinsyano P/Cpt. Ricardo "Cardo" Dalisay Main Protagonist [43]
PS/Insp. Dominador "Ador" B. de Leon Protagonist

Feature films

Year Title Role Studio Notes Source
2001 Luv Text Ivan's Friend Maverick Films as Rodel Nacianceno [44]
Lakas at Pag-ibig Lito as Rodel Salvador
2002 Ang agimat: Anting-anting ni Lolo Armon Imus Productions [45]
2005 Masahista Iliac
  • Gee Films Productions International
  • Centerstage Productions
[46]
2006 Summer Heat Iliac
  • Centerstage Productions
  • G-Entertainment
[47]
2007 Siquijor: Mystic Island Miguel Sarmiento Centerstage Productions [48]
Foster Child Pedicab Driver
Uncredited
Ataul: For Rent Danny Artiste Entertainment Works International [49]
Tirador Caloy
  • Center Stage Productions
  • Rollingball Entertainment
  • Ignite Media
[50]
Pi7ong Tagpo Sonny C Features Segment: Star City [51]
Nars Noel Carl & Carl Productions [52]
Tambolista Billy [53]
Batanes Jason
2008 Condo Benjie Castro
  • Breaking the Box Productions
  • Kamurayaw Pictures
[54]
Daybreak JP Bicycle Pictures [55]
Serbis Alan
  • Centerstage Productions
  • Swift Productions
[56]
Jay Edward Navarro
[57]
Tiltil Manuel
  • Breakthrough Entertainment Productions
  • 24P Film International
Next Attraction Cinematografica [58]
2009 Kinatay Pepeng
  • Centerstage Productions
  • Swift Productions
[59]
Soliloquy (Biyaheng Lupa) Obet Labrador Quantum Films [60]
2010 Noy Noy
  • Cinemedia Films
  • VIP Access Media
[61]
Sa 'yo Lamang Coby ABS-CBN Film Productions [62]
2012 Captive Abusama
  • Swift Productions
  • Centerstage Productions
  • Arte France Cinéma
  • B.A. Produktion
  • Studio Eight Productions
[63]
Born To Love You Rex Manrique
  • ABS-CBN Film Productions
  • CineMedia Film Productions
[64]
Sta. Niña Pol
  • Cinemalaya
  • CCM Creatives
[65]
24/7 in Love Dante ABS-CBN Film Productions
2013 A Moment in Time Patrick Javier
[66]
2014 Maybe This Time Antonio "Tonio" Bugayong
  • ABS-CBN Film Productions
  • Viva Films
[67]
Feng Shui 2 Lester Anonuevo
  • ABS-CBN Film Productions
  • K Productions
[68]
2015 You're My Boss Pong Dalupan ABS-CBN Film Productions [69]
Beauty and the Bestie Emman Castillo
  • ABS-CBN Film Productions
  • Viva Films
[70]
2016 Padre de Familia Noel Santiago CCM Creatives [71]
The Super Parental Guardians Neil "Paco" Nabati ABS-CBN Film Productions [72]
2017 Ang Panday Flavio Batungbakal III
  • CCM Film Productions
  • ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc.
  • Viva Films
[73]
2018 Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles PS/Insp. Jacinto "Jack" Halimuyac [74]
2019 3pol Trobol: Huli Ka Balbon! Apollo Balbon CCM Film Productions [75]
2020 Love or Money ABS-CBN Film Productions [76]

Directorial roles

Television

Year Title Notes
2018–present FPJ's Ang Probisyano Credited as Rodel Nacianceno

Feature films

Year Title Notes
2017 Ang Panday Credited as Rodel Nacianceno
2019 3pol Trobol: Huli Ka Balbon!

Production company

Feature films

List of Films Produced by CCM Film Productions
Title Release date Cast(s) Production company(ies) Distributor(s) Director(s)
2017
Ang Panday December 25 Coco Martin CCM Film Productions
ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc.
Viva Films
Star Cinema Rodel Nacianceno
2018
Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles December 25 Coco Martin
Maine Mendoza
and
Vic Sotto
APT Entertainment
CCM Film Productions
M-Zet Productions
Axinite Digicinema Inc Mike Tuviera
2019
3pol Trobol: Huli Ka Balbon! December 25 Coco Martin
Jennylyn Mercado
and
Ai-Ai Delas Alas
CCM Film Productions Star Cinema
and
Quantum Films
Rodel Nacianceno

Awards and nominations

Year Film Award/Critics Award/Category Result
2006 Young Critics Circle Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role for Masahista Won
2008 Golden Screen Award Best Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role (Drama) for Tambolista Nominated
Gawad Urian Award Best Supporting Actor for Tambolista Nominated
2009 Gawad PASADO Pinakapasadong Katuwang na Aktor for Jay and Serbis Nominated
ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role (Drama, Musical or Comedy) for Jay Won
Gawad Genio Awards Best Film Supporting Actor for Jay Won
Gawad Urian Award Best Actor for Daybreak Nominated
Best Supporting Actor for Jay Won
ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards Pop TV Character of the Year (Ramon) for Tayong Dalawa Won
PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actor for Tayong Dalawa Won
2010 Gawad Tanglaw Awards Best Ensemble Performance in a Television Drama for Tayong Dalawa Nominated
Presidential Jury Award for Excellence in Acting for Tayong Dalawa Won
Gawad Genio Awards Best Film Actor Kinatay Nominated
Young Critics Circle Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role for Soliloquy Nominated
Golden Screen Award Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Drama) for Kinatay Won
41st Guillermo Mendoza Awards Promising Male Box Office Star for Movies & TV[77] Won
Gawad Urian Awards Best Actor for Kinatay Nominated
ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards Pop Pin Up Boy Nominated
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Male TV Personality Nominated
FAMAS Award Best Actor for Kinatay Nominated
Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actor for Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo Nominated
19th KBP Golden Dove Awards Won
2011 42nd Guillermo Mendoza Awards Prince of Philippine Movies & TV for Sa'yo Lamang[78] Won
Gawad Tanglaw Awards Best Actor for Noy Nominated
Gawad Urian Awards Actor of the Decade (Dekada Award) Won
Best Actor for Noy Nominated
Golden Screen Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role (Drama, Musical or Comedy) for Sa'yo Lamang Nominated
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Drama) for Noy Nominated
FAP Awards Best Actor for Noy Nominated
Star Awards for Movies Movie Supporting Actor of the Year for Sa'yo Lamang Won
Movie Actor of the Year for Noy Won
Yahoo! OMG Awards Breakthrough Actor of the Year Won
ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards Pop Kapamilya TV Character (Alexander and Javier) for Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Won
20th KBP Golden Dove Awards Best Actor for Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Won
Golden Screen TV Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Single Drama/Telemovie Program for Maalaala Mo Kaya: Silbato Won
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series for Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Won
Star Awards for TV Best Single Performance by an Actor for Maalaala Mo Kaya: Silbato Won
Best Drama Actor for Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Won
Male Star of the Night Won
Anak TV Seal Awards Most Admired Male TV Personality Won
FAMAS Award Best Actor for Noy Nominated
Best Director for Noy Nominated
Gawad Genio Awards Best Film Actor for Noy Won
2012 8th USTv Student's Choice Awards Best Actor in a Daily Local Soap Opera for Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Won
Gawad TANGLAW Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series for Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Won
Pinakakapuri-puring Artista ng Dekada Won
2nd EdukCircle Awards Best Television Drama Actor Won
Northwest Samar State University Students' Choice Awards for Radio and Television Best Actor in a Primetime Teleserye for Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Won
Yahoo! OMG Awards Actor of the Year Won
ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards Pop Kapamilya TV Character (Daniel Guidotti) for Walang Hanggan Nominated
PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actor for Walang Hanggan Nominated
15th Asian Television Awards Best Actor in a Lead-Drama Role for MMK: Kamao Nominated
43rd Guillermo Mendoza Awards Prince of Philippine Television – Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin[79] Won
2013 Familia Sauza-Berenguer de Marquina 93rd Las Familias Unidas FitzGerald Awards[80] Youth Role Model of the Year Won
61st FAMAS Awards Best Actor for Sta. Niña Nominated
31st FAP Awards Best Actor for Sta. Niña Nominated
10th ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actor for Walang Hanggan Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Single Drama/Telemovie Program for MMK: Kamao Nominated
29th PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Actor of the Year for Sta. Nina Nominated
1st ASEAN International Film Festival and Awards Best Actor for Sta. Nina Nominated
10th Gawad Urian Awards Best Actor for Sta. Nina Nominated
44th Box Office Entertainment Awards (GMMSFI) Prince and Princess of Philippine Television (shared with Julia Montes)[81] Won
Most Popular Primetime TV Drama Series for Walang Hanggan (shared with cast) Won
Yahoo! OMG Awards Actor of the Year Won
3rd EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Celebrity Endorser of Year Won
27th PMPC Star Awards For TV Best Drama Actor of the Year Won
Male Star Of The Night Won
Best Primetime Drama Series for "Juan Dela Cruz" (shared with the cast) Won
Anak TV Seal Awards Youth Role Model of the Year Won
2014 12th Gawad Tanglaw Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series for "Juan Dela Cruz" Won
Yahoo! OMG Awards Actor of the Year Won
62nd FAMAS Awards Best Actor for A Moment in Time Nominated
4th EdukCircle Awards Best Television Drama Actor Won
28th PMPC Star Awards For TV Best Drama Actor of the Year Won
Best Primetime Drama Series for "Ikaw Lamang" (shared with the cast) Won
40th Metro Manila Film Festival Best Festival Actor for Feng Shui 2 Nominated
2015 13th Gawad Tanglaw Awards Best Actor for Ikaw Lamang Won
5th EdukCircle Awards Best Television Drama Actor Won
2nd Paragala: Central Luzon Media Awards Best Television Actor for Ikaw Lamang Won
1st Platinum Media Media Stallion Awards Best Film Actor Won
6th ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards Best Actor Ikaw Lamang Nominated
Alta Media Icon Awards 2015 Best Actor for film Feng Shui 2 Won
Alta Media Icon Awards 2015 Best Actor for TV Ikaw Lamang Won
63rd Famas Awards Fernando Poe, Jr. Memorial award Won
2016 6th EdukCircle Awards Best Television Drama Actor - HALL OF FAME Award Won
Most Influential Film Actors of the Year for Beauty and the Bestie Won
Box Office Tandem of the Year (with Vice Ganda) for Beauty and the Bestie Won
63rd CIDG Founding Anniversary Certificate of Appreciation Won
14th Gawad Tanglaw Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a (TV Series) for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
18th Anak TV Awards Top Male Anak TV Makabata Star for 2015 Won
3rd UmalohokJUAN Communication & Media Awards Best TV Actor for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
7th NSCART Awards Best Actor Won
4th Kagitingan Awards for TV of Bataan Peninsula State University PINAKAMAGITING NA PERSONALIDAD SA DULANG SERYE for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
44th Box Office Entertainment Awards (GMMSFI) Phenomenal Star of 2015 for Beauty and the Bestie Won
24th KBP Golden Dove Awards Best TV Actor in a Drama Program for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
Golden Laurel Lycean Choice Media Awards Best TV Actor for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
Alta Media Icon Awards 2016 Best Drama Actor for TV for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
LPU-Laguna Kung-gihan Awards 2016 SAFETY AWARENESS TV PERSONALITY Won
30th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actor for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
Anak TV Awards Makabata HALL OF FAME Award Won
2nd Illumine GIC Innovation Awards For Television Most Innovative TV Actor for 2016 Won
7th TV Series Craze Awards 2016 Leading Man of the Year Won
2017 3rd Aral Parangal Awards Best Drama Actor Won
Guild of Educators, Mentors, and Students Natatanging Hiyas ng Sining sa Telebisyon Won
Gawad Bedista Awards Actor of the Year for TV Won
PARAGALA: Central Luzon Media Awards Best Television Actor Won
UmalohokJUAN 2017 Television Actor of the Year Won
8th Northwest Samar State University Students' Choice Awards for Radio and Television (NSCART) Best Actor in a Primetime Teleserye Won
Gawad Pasado 2017 Pinkapasadong Simbolo ng Kagandahang Asal Won
Kagitingan Awards for Television 2017 Pinakamagiting na Dulang Personalidad sa Seryeng Drama Won
25th KBP Golden Dove Awards Best TV Actor in a Drama Program for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
Alta Media Icon Awards 2017 Best Television Drama Actor for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
EdukCircle Awards 2017 Most Influential Film Actor of the Year for The Super Parental Guardians Won
Most Influential Male Endorser of the Year Won
2017 COMGUILD Academe's Choice Award Male Endorser of the Year Won
PMPC Star Awards for TV 2017 Best Drama Actor Nominated
Push Awards 2017 Push Male TV Performance of the Year Won
3rd Lion HearTV RAWR Awards Actor of the Year Won
Royal Lion Awardee Won
43rd Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actor for Ang Panday Nominated
MMFF 2017 Gabi ng Parangal Special Jury Prize Won
2018 1ST NCST Dangal Ng Bayan Media Excellence Awards Model Actor for Criminology Won
3rd GIC Innovation Awards for Television Most Innovative TV Actor Won
2018 Paragala Central Luzon Awards for Television Best Television Actor for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
Dangal ng Bayan Awards 2018 Awardee for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
Batarisan Awards 2018 Best Drama Actor for TV Won
5th PARAGALA: Central Luzon Media Awards Best Television Actor Won
Platinum Stallion Media Awards 2018 Best TV Actor Won
49th Box Office Entertainment Awards Most Popular Film Director for Ang Panday Won
66th FAMAS Awards Fernando Poe Jr. Memorial Award Recipient Won
8th EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Film Actor of the Year for Ang Panday Won
Most Influential Male Endorser of the Year Won
4th ALTA Media Icon Awards Best Actor for TV Won
2019 50th Box Office Entertainment Awards Box Office King for Jack Em Popoy: The Puliscredibles Won
6th PARAGALA: Central Luzon Media Awards Best Television Actor for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Won
Hall of Fame Awardee Won
Young Educators' Convergence of SoCCKSarGen, Inc. Best TV Actor Won
Sine Sandaan One of Philippine Cinema Icons Won
5th Aral Parangal Awards Best TV Actor Won
9th EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Film Actor of the Year Won
Most Influential Male Celebrity Endorser of the Year Won
The Platinum Stallion Media Awards 2019 Best TV Male Personality Won
2020 3rd Gawad Lasallianeta Awards Most Outstanding Male TV Lead Dramatic Actor Won
51st Box Office Entertainment Awards TV Actor of the Year Won
Northwest Samar State University Student's Choice Awards Best Actor in a Primetime Teleserye Won

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