Ike Lozada

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Ike Lozada
Born Enrique Lozada
(1940-08-13)August 13, 1940
Iloilo City, Iloilo, Philippines
Died March 8, 1995(1995-03-08) (aged 54)
Manila, Philippines
Cause of death Heart failure
Nationality Filipino
Other names Kuya Ike, Ike, Iking
Occupation Actor, comedian
Years active 1951–1995
Known for Big Ike, Dambuhalang DJ

Enrique "Big Ike" Lozada, also known as Kuya Ike, or Iking (August 13, 1940 – March 8, 1995) was a Filipino comedian, actor and TV host.

Early life[edit]

Lozada was born on August 13, 1940 in Iloilo City. He started acting at the age of 11 on the movie Mga Bituin ng Kinabukasan with the younger Susan Roces.

Death[edit]

He died on March 8, 1995 in Manila of a heart attack. He was 54. His remains were laid to rest at the Manila Memorial Park in Parañaque City.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Ano ba 'Yan (1992) (as Fonso)
  • Mama's Boys (1992)
  • Eh Kasi Bata! (1991)
  • Working Students (1990)
  • Pardina at ang mga Duwende (1989) (as Celestino)
  • One Two Bato, Three Four Bapor! (1989)
  • Leroy Leroy Sinta (1988) (as Don Agaton)
  • Wake Up Little Susie (1988)
  • Family Tree (1987)
  • Mga Lahing Pikutin (1987)
  • Ready, Aim, Fire (1987)
  • Payaso (1986) (as Tomasito Bakito)
  • Bakit Naglaho ang Magdamag? (1986)
  • I Won, I Won (Ang S'werte Nga Naman) (1985)
  • Charot (1984)
  • Anak ni Waray vs Anak ni Biday (1984)
  • Give Me Five! (1984) (as Facundo)
  • Tatlo Silang Tatay Ko (1982)
  • D'Wild Wild Weng (1982)
  • Palengke Queen (1982)
  • Burgis (1981)
  • Ibalik ang Swerti (1981)
  • Rocky Tu-log (1981)
  • Kape't Gatas (1980)
  • Darna at Ding (1980)
  • Hepe (1980)
  • Juan Tamad Junior (1980)
  • Pompa (1980)
  • Reyna ng Pitong Gatang (1980)
  • Six Million Centavo Man (1980)
  • Max en Jess (1979)
  • Cola, Candy, Chocolate (1979) (as hotel chef Juanto)
  • Sunnyboy und Sugarbaby (1979)
  • High School Circa '65 (1979)
  • Roberta (1979)
  • Anak ng Atsay (1979)
  • Isa, Dalawa, Tatlo, Ang Tatay Kong Kalbo (1979)
  • Tatay na Barok (1979)
  • They Call Him Bruce Lee (1979)
  • Tomcat (1979)
  • Sabi Barok Lab Ko Dabiana (1978)
  • Gorgonya (1978) (as Bekya)
  • Wonder Dabiana (1978)
  • Mr. Wong and the Bionic Girls (1977)
  • Fantastika vs. Wonderwoman (1976)
  • Relaks Lang Mama, Sagot Kita (1976)
  • Memories of Our Love (1975)
  • Darna and the Giants (1974) (as a Giant)
  • Oh Margie Oh (1974)
  • Supergirl (1973)
  • Fight Batman Fight! (1973)
  • Si Dyesebel at ang Mahiwagang Kabibe (1973)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar (1972)
  • Fiesta Extravaganza '71 (1971)
  • Guy and Pip (1971)
  • Make Laugh, Not War (1971)
  • Sweet Caroline (1971)
  • The Sensations (1971)
  • Hey There, Lonely Girl (1970)
  • Nora in Wonderland (1970)
  • The Young at Heart (1970)
  • Your Love (1970)
  • Happy Hippie Holiday (1970)
  • Haydee (1970)
  • I Dream of Nora (1970)
  • Orang (1970)
  • Pen-Pen (1970)
  • Three for the Road (1970)
  • Young Love (1970)
  • D' Musical Teenage Idols! (1969)
  • Tisoy (1969)
  • 9 Teeners (1969)
  • Ang Kawatan (1969)
  • Banda 24 (1969)
  • Cuatro Vendetta (1969)
  • Drakulita (1969)
  • Fiesta Extravaganza (1969)
  • Halina Neneng Ko (1969)
  • Karate Showdown (1969)
  • Oh, Delilah (1969)
  • Our Man Duling (1969)
  • Pa-Bandying-Bandying (1969)
  • Teenage Escapades! (1969)
  • Young Girl (1969)
  • Arista ang aking Asawa (1968)
  • Bahay Kubo, Kahit Munti (1968)
  • Bakit Kita Inibig? (1968)
  • Boogaloo (1968)
  • Kailanma'y di ka Mag-iisa (1968)
  • Sideshow '69 (1968)
  • Summer Love (1968)
  • Talents Unlimited (1968)
  • The More I See You (1968)
  • Way Out in the Country (1967)
  • Langit pa rin Kita (1967)
  • Shake-a-Boom! (Naghalo ang Balat sa Tinalupan) (1967)
  • Sitting in the Park (1967)
  • Mga Bituin ng Kinabukasan (1951)

Television shows[edit]