Cogie Domingo

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Cogie Domingo
Born Redmond Christopher Fernandez Domingo
(1985-08-15) August 15, 1985 (age 33)
Manila, Philippines
Years active 1993–2017
Agent Star Magic (1993–1998; 2010; 2016)
GMA Artist Center (1999–2006; 2015-2017)
Talent5 (2010-2012)
Height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Spouse(s) Ria Sacasas
Children 1

Redmond Christopher Fernandez Domingo (born August 15, 1985 in Manila, Philippines), simply known as Cogie Domingo, is a Filipino former actor and model.

Career[edit]

At age 13, he joined the cast of ABS-CBN's Cyberkada. This was followed by Regal Films' horror flick, Sa Piling ng mga Aswang (1999), in which he starred opposite Maricel Soriano. His next project was Jose Javier Reyes's Yakapin Mo ang Umaga (2000), where he played son to Christopher de Leon and Lorna Tolentino. But what was his most memorable is his lead portrayal of the juvenile prisoner in the award-winning filmfest entry, Deathrow in 2000, in which he co-starred with Eddie Garcia and was coached by director Joel Lamangan. He also starred in different television shows such as Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin with Angelika dela Cruz, Kung Mawawala Ka with Sunshine Dizon and Bakekang with Lovi Poe.

His career began in ABS-CBN at 1993, as first seen in Star Drama Presents. In 1999, he moved to GMA Network until 2006.

He went back to showbiz, returned to ABS-CBN, appearing in Maalaala Mo Kaya after being out for almost four years since 2010.

Domingo moved to TV5, appears in Inday Wanda, P.S. I Love You & Valiente. after 3 years Domingo left TV5.

In 2015, he appeared in GMA Network again as joining the cast of Buena Familia starring Angelu De Leon, Bobby Andrews, Kylie Padilla, Julie Anne San Jose, Julian Trono and Mona Louise Rey.

His last appearance on ABS-CBN in 2016, is Ipaglaban Mo. Domingo's final drama appearance at GMA Network is Someone to Watch Over Me.

Personal life[edit]

Domingo is the son of a lawyer. The actor was linked to different actresses like Anne Curtis, Angel Locsin, and Lovi Poe. In September 2009, it was reported in the news that he had an affair with Rachel Tiongson while she was still cohabiting with politician and businessman Chavit Singson.[1] On 11 March 2016, Domingo married his long-time girlfriend, Ria Sacasas, in an intimate ceremony.[2] Domingo has one daughter with a former girlfriend.[3]

Legal issues[edit]

On October 27, 2017, Domingo and two other persons were arrested by PDEA for possession of illegal drugs.[4][5] 3 days later, Domingo is allowed by PDEA to post bail. he remain imprisoned until November 2017.

Filmography[edit]

Television

Year Title Role Network
2016-2017 Someone to Watch Over Me Ian Alejandro GMA Network
2016 MARS Himself / Guest GMA News TV
Wagas
Ipaglaban Mo: Kapitbahay Dan ABS-CBN
2015 Buena Familia Kardo GMA Network
2012 Valiente Young Armando TV5
2011–2012 P. S. I Love You Donald Bautista
2010 Maalaala Mo Kaya Daniel ABS-CBN
Inday Wanda Joel TV5
2006 The Score Ned GMA Network
Love To Love Season 12: Jass Got Lucky Rico
Bakekang Johnny
2005 Now and Forever: Ganti Javier
Darna Daniel
2004 Love To Love Season 3: Kissing Beauty Joseph
2004–2005 Joyride Jason Santamaria
2003 Love To Love Season 1: Maid For Each Other Dodong
Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita Kiko
2001–2002 Kung Mawawala Ka Carlito Valiente
2001 Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin Jepoy
1999 Click Gino
1998 Cyberkada Himself ABS-CBN
1993-2001 Star Drama Presents ???

Movies

Year Title Role
2012 The Healing Ryan
2010 Muli Errol
2006 Mourning Girls Raffy
2004 So... Happy Together Oliver
Kuya Noy
2003 Mano Po 2: My Home Lean Tan
Anghel sa Lupa Benjo
2002 Mano Po Young Luis/Fong Muan
Pakisabi Na Lang Mahal Ko Siya Gonzo
2001 Cool Dudes Pinky
2000 Deathrow Sonny
Yakapin mo ang umaga Gabby
1999 Sa Piling ng mga Aswang Joshua

External links[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Wedding photos of Cogie Domingo and Ria Sacasas". 5 April 2016. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  3. ^ "Cogie Domingo still adjusting to fatherhood; finally reveals identity of mother of his child". 30 September 2012. Retrieved 30 September 2012. 
  4. ^ "Cogie Domingo, 2 others arrested in Parañaque drug bust". 27 October 2017. Retrieved 27 October 2017. 
  5. ^ "PDEA operation that netted Cogie Domingo". 27 October 2017. Retrieved 27 October 2017. 

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