Erwin Tulfo

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Erwin Tulfo
Born Erwin Teshiba Tulfo
(1964-08-10) August 10, 1964 (age 54)
Occupation Broadcaster
TV and Radio Host
Years active 1987–present
Children 3
Relatives Ben Tulfo
Raffy Tulfo
Ramon "Mon" Tulfo, Jr.
Wanda Corazon Tulfo-Teo
Family Ramon S. Tulfo Sr.
(1915–1985; deceased)
Caridad Teshiba Tulfo (born 1925)

Erwin Teshiba Tulfo (born August 10, 1964) is a Filipino news anchor and broadcaster on radio and television. He is now working with PTV program Kilos Pronto. He is the host of Tutok Tulfo, former co-host of T3: Kapatid sagot Kita! together his brothers Raffy and Ben, and one of news anchors of Aksyon together with News5 Chief Luchi Cruz-Valdes. He helped in August hostage crisis in the Philippines.[1]


He is the son of the late retired Colonel Ramon Tulfo, Sr. who was a member of Philippine Constabulary and Caridad Teshiba-Tulfo, a housewife. He is one of Tulfo Brothers with Ramon, Ben and Raffy Tulfo, including his sister Wanda Corazon Teo was a tourism secretary.

Senate inquiry on the 60-million corruption scandal of Duterte allies Wanda Tulfo Teo, Ben Tulfo and Erwin Tulfo.

In May 8, 2018, his sister Wanda Tulfo Teo resigned from her post after the Commission on Audit revealed she directed the placement of P60 million in tourism ads to Kilos Pronto, a blocktimer show on PTV-4, despite lack of a memorandum of agreement or contract. Kilos Pronto is produced and hosted by Teo's brothers Ben Tulfo and Erwin Tulfo, both are allied to Rodrigo Duterte.[2][3] Teo stressed that she 'did not know' that her own brothers were running the very specific television show she sent 60 million pesos to.[4] The Tulfo brothers afterwards promised that they will return the 60 million pesos of government fund that they received from their sister.[5][6] In June 17, 2018 it was revealed that Erwin Tulfo and Ben Tulfo have not yet returned the 60 million in government funds that Wanda Teo gave them during her stint as tourism secretary.[7] In August 2018, Trillanes declared that he will press plunder charges against Erwin Tulfo, Ben Tulfo, and Wanda Teo.[8]

Personal life[edit]

He is the ninth child of Ramon Tulfo of Ilocos Norte and Caridad Teshiba of Davao Oriental, a Japanese-Filipina.



Year Title Character Network
1987–1992 PTV Weekend Report News Anchor PTV
1988–1992 Pangunahing Balita News Anchor
1995–2001 Hoy Gising! Himself ABS-CBN
2001–2002 Mission–X Host
2000-2002 Pangako sa 'Yo Cameo
2001–2005 Alas Singko Y Medya/Magandang Umaga Bayan/Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas Host
2001–2005 Magandang Gabi, Bayan Host
2003–2005 Insider News Anchor
2005–2006 Isumbong Mo: Tulfo Brothers Himself RPN
2006–2007 NewsWatch Aksyon Balita News Anchor
2007–2009 Bitag Co-Host IBC
2010–2017 Aksyon News Anchor TV5
2010–2012 Tutok Tulfo Host
2010–2011 Sapul sa Singko Host/Anchor
2011–2016 T3: Reload Host
2013–2014 Good Morning Club Host/Anchor
2014–2016 Yaman ng Bayan Host
2017–present Kilos Pronto Co-Host PTV
2017–2018 PTV News News Anchor PTV


Senate inquiry on the 60-million corruption scandal of Duterte allies Wanda Tulfo Teo, Ben Tulfo and Erwin Tulfo.
PMPC Star Awards for Television
  • Best Male Newscaster (2014, 2015 and 2016)
Inding-Indie Short Film Festival
  • Asian Best Broadcasters Award (2015)
  • Most Trusted Media Personalities for Radio and Television Award (2016)


  1. ^ Andrade, Jeannette (26 May 2013). "Broadcast commentator Erwin Tulfo to help in hostage negotiations". Manila Bulletin. Archived from the original on 26 August 2010. Retrieved 23 August 2013.
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  6. ^ Tan, Lara; De Guzman, Chad (8 May 2018). "Tourism Secretary Wanda Tulfo-Teo resigns 'out of delicadeza'". CNN Philippines. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
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