Gil de León

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Gil de León (born 1925) was a film actor.

Personal life[edit]

He made his first movie after World War II. The movie is Orasang Ginto aka Golden Clock under Lvn Pictures where he stayed in the said company for almost 3 decades.

He married another Lvn Star, Lilia Dizon. They have three children, who inherited their talents in acting: Pinky de León the eldest, Christopher de León and Lara Melissa de León.

De León is also known as a film director, with his first directorial job via Glory at Dawn in 1958 under PMP Pictures. He made two movies under MC Production the movie is Juan Tamad with Manuel Conde and Vende Cristo. He played most of his film as a Villain and other supporting roles. He continued acting up to the 1980s.

Filmography[edit]

1946 - Orasang Ginto [LVN]

1946 - Garrison 13 [LVN]

1947 - Kamagong [Nolasco]

1947 - Si Juan Tamad [MC]

1947 - Caprichosa [Premiere]

1947 - Binatang Maynila [RDS]

1947 - Pangarap ko'y Ikaw Rin [Premiere]

1947 - Hacendera [Phils Artists]

1948 - Krus ng Digma [X'Otic]

1948 - Matimtiman [Pangilinan]

1948 - Siete Dolores [Nolasco Bros.]

1948 - Mga Busabos ng Palad [Nolasco]

1948 - Vende Cristo [MC]

1949 - Parola [LVN]

1949 - Maria Beles [LVN]

1949 - Tambol Mayor [LVN]

1949 - Kuba sa Quiapo [LVN]

1949 - Sagur [X'Otic]

1949 - Dasalang Ginto [Filcudoma]

1949 - Biglang Yaman [LVN]

1950 - Florante at Laura [LVN]

1950 - Nuno sa Punso [LVN]

1950 - Doble Cara [Premiere]

1951 - Ang Tapis mo Inday [LVN]

1951 - Reyna Elena [LVN]

1951 - Sigfredo [Lebran]

1951 - Bohemyo [LVN]

1951 - Dalawang Prinsipeng Kambal [LVN]

1951 - Romeo at Julieta [Lebran]

1952 - Kambal-Tuko [LVN]

1952 - Taong Paniki [LVN]

1953 - Philippine Navy [LVN]

1953 - Kuwintas ng Pasakit [LVN]

1953 - Squatter [LVN]

1953 - Dagohoy [LVN]

1953 - Hiyasmin [LVN]

1954 - Krus na Bakal [LVN]

1954 - Donato [LVN]

1955 - Sanda Wong [Manuel Vistan/Champion Ho]

1957 - Objective: Patayin si Magsaysay [Champion]

1958 - Glory at Dawn [PMP] (dir)

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