Box Office Entertainment Award for Box Office King

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Box Office Entertainment Award for Box Office King
Awarded for Attaining the Highest Box Office Record Film of the Year
Country Philippines
Presented by Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation
First awarded 1971
Currently held by Enrique Gil, My Ex and Whys (2018)

The Box Office Entertainment Award for Box Office King is an award presented annually by the Memorial Scholarship Foundation, led by Corazon Samaniego. It was first awarded at the 1st Box Office Entertainment Awards ceremony, held in 1971 and it is given in honor of an actor whose films set the highest box office record in the film industry.[1]

Winners[edit]

Robin Padilla has won several awards for the "Box Office King" title including his first win in 1992.
John Lloyd Cruz has won several awards for the "Box Office King" title including his first win in 2008 for his performance in One More Chance.
Bong Revilla has won the "Box Office King" subsequently including his first win in 1993.
Year Actor Film Role Ref
1971
(1st)
Joseph Estrada
1972
(2nd)
Dolphy Quizon
1973
(3rd)
Tirso Cruz III
1974
(4th)
Joseph Estrada
1975
(5th)
Fernando Poe, Jr
1976
(6th)
Dolphy Quizon
1977
(7th)
No Award
1978
(8th)
Rudy Fernandez
1979
(9th)
Fernando Poe, Jr
1980
(10th)
Ramon Revilla
1981
(11th)
Dolphy Quizon
1982
(12th)
Dolphy Quizon
1983
(13th)
Dolphy Quizon
1984
(14th)
Fernando Poe Jr
1985
(15th)
Dolphy Quizon
1986
(16th)
Fernando Poe, Jr
1987
(17th)
Fernando Poe, Jr
1988
(18th)
Rudy Fernandez
1989
(19th)
Phillip Salvador Afuang Pfc. Abner Afuang [2]
Balweg Father Conrado Balweg
Boy Negro Boy Negro
1990
(20th)
Joey de Leon [3]
1991
(21st)
Rene Requiestas Pido Dida... Sabay Tayo Pido [4]
1992
(22nd)
Robin Padilla
1993
(23rd)
Bong Revilla [5]
1994
(24th)
Robin Padilla [5]
1995
(25th)
Bong Revilla [5]
1996
(26th)
Fernando Poe, Jr Kahit Butas ng Karayom, Papasukin Ko Daniel
1997
(27th)
Christopher de Leon Madrasta Edward
1998
(28th)
Bong Revilla
1999
(29th)
Cesar Montano Jose Rizal Jose Rizal
2000
(30th)
Fernando Poe Jr. Isusumbong Kita Sa Tatay Ko Badong Rivera [6]
2001
(31st)
Robin Padilla Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw Guillermo "Gimo" Talumpati [7]
Tunay na Tunay: Gets Mo? Gets Ko! Nick Abeleda/Ramon
2002
(32nd)
Aga Muhlach Pangako... Ikaw Lang Vince [8]
2003
(33rd)
Aga Muhlach Kailangan Kita Carl Diesta [9]
2004
(34th)
Vic Sotto Lastikman Lastikman [10]
2005
(35th)
Vic Sotto Enteng Kabisote: Okay ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend Enteng Kabisote [11]
2006
(36th)
Vic Sotto Enteng Kabisote 2: Okay Ka Fairy Ko: The Legend Continues Enteng Kabisote [12]
2007
(37th)
Vic Sotto Enteng Kabisote 3: Okay Ka, Fairy Ko: The Legend Goes On and On and On Enteng Kabisote [13]
2008
(38th)
John Lloyd Cruz One More Chance Popoy Gonzales [14]
2009
(40th)
John Lloyd Cruz A Very Special Love Miguel "Miggy" Montenegro [15]
2010
(41st)
John Lloyd Cruz You Changed My Life Miguel "Miggy" Montenegro [16]
2011
(42nd)
Bong Revilla Si Agimat at si Enteng Kabisote Agimat [17]
Vic Sotto Enteng Kabisote
2012
(43rd)
Derek Ramsay No Other Woman Ram Escaler [18]
2013
(44th)
John Lloyd Cruz The Mistress Frederico "JD / Eric" Torres Jr. [19]
2014
(45th)
John Lloyd Cruz It Takes a Man and a Woman Miguel "Miggy" Montenegro [20]
2015
(46th)
Piolo Pascual Starting Over Again Marco Antonio Villanueva III
2016
(47th)
Vic Sotto My Bebe Love Vito Carillo [21]
2017
(48th)
Daniel Padilla Barcelona: A Love Untold John Elias "Ely" Antonio [22]
2018
(49th)
Enrique Gil My Ex and Whys Sergio "Gio" Martinez [23]

Awards[edit]

Actor Record Set First year awarded Recent year awarded
Fernando Poe Jr. 7 1975 2000
Dolphy Quizon 6 1972 1985
Vic Sotto 6 2004 2016
John Lloyd Cruz 5 2008 2014
Bong Revilla 4 1993 2011
Robin Padilla 3 1992 2001
Joseph Estrada 2 1971 1974
Rudy Fernandez 1978 1988
Aga Muhlach 2002 2003
Piolo Pascual 1 2015 2015
Daniel Padilla 1 2017 2017
Enrique Gil 1 2018 2018

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