Janno Gibbs

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Janno Gibbs
Birth name Janno Ronaldo Gibbs
Also known as Mokong
"The (Philippine) King of Soul"
Born (1969-09-16) September 16, 1969 (age 46)
Origin Manila, Philippines
Genres OPM, Soul, Pop, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, Actor, Comedian
Instruments Vocals, Piano
Years active 1986-present

Janno Ronaldo Gibbs (born September 16, 1969) is a Filipino singer-songwriter, actor and comedian. He was a regular host of GMA Network television shows SOP Rules, Nuts Entertainment, Eat Bulaga, Kakasa Ka Ba Sa Grade 5?, Power of 10, and Sunday All Stars.

Early career[edit]

Gibbs started out in 1986 as one of the members of the teen variety show That's Entertainment on GMA Network. Gibbs then played some minor film roles for Viva Films. Gibbs was co-host of the TV show "Small Brothers" in 1990.

Recent TV career[edit]

Gibbs is popularly known for his role in the 90's sitcom Ober Da Bakod and Beh Bote Nga, both with Anjo Yllana. Gibbs also played the character Geron Agular in Codename: Asero which was aired in 2008.

Gibbs recently moved to TV5 after being with GMA for 30 years. He is currently one of the hosts of TV5's game and musical variety show "Happy Truck ng Bayan".

In 2007 Janno Gibbs resigned from Eat Bulaga because of his late appearance of the show and to appear in some GMA 7 shows. Janno Gibbs has 12 albums and several TV shows like Eat Bulaga,SOP,Party Pilipinas and Sunday All Stars. Janno Gibbs is also known as Mokong and Philippines King of Soul.

Here are Janno Gibbs TV Shows Eat Bulaga (2001-2007) SOP (1997-2010) Party Pilipinas (2010-2013) Nuts Entertainment (2003-2008) Sunday All Stars (2013-2016) Beh Bote Nga (1999-2003) Ober Da Bakod (1992-1997) Eat Bulaga's Holy Week Special (2002-2007) Happy Truck ng Bayan (2015-2016) Happinas Happy Hour (2016–present) That's Entertainment (1986-1997) Manoy and Mokong GMA Telesine Specials

Music career[edit]

Gibbs released a Vicor Music single called "Miss" in 1988 which became a radio hit. His recordings include his rendition of "Ipagpatawad Mo", "Ikaw Lamang", "Fallin'" and other ballads. He was also cast in a musical play called Kenkoy Loves Rosing. Here are some artists that collaborated with Janno Gibbs- Ogie Alcasid Andrew E. Regine Velasquez Jennylyn Mercado Joey de Leon Vic Sotto Blakdyak Anjo Yllana Julie Ann San Jose Aicelle Santos Dennis Padilla Gelli De Belen

Here are Janno Gibbs Albums Another Chance (1992) Ipagpatawad (1993) Bulong (1994) Sa'yo (1999) Divas & I (2002) Janno Live Vivas & I (2002) Seven (2004) Seven Special Edition (2004) Janno Silver Series (2006) Little Boy (2007) Orig (2009) The Janno Gibbs Anthology (2010) Novela (2014)

Here are some Janno Gibbs hits Ipagpatawad Mo Binibini Pinakamagandang Lalaki Ikaw Lamang Walang Kadala-dala Sexy Mama Pinakamagandang Babae Muli Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo Let Me Be The One Evergreen Payong Kaibigan Para-paraan Haven't Stopped Loving You Umagang Kay Ganda Everyday Evergreen Paano Wind Beneath My Wings

Personal life[edit]

He is the son of veteran actor Ronaldo Valdez and is married to actress Bing Loyzaga since 1990. Together they had 2 daughters named Alyssa and Gabby.

Discography[edit]

  • Bulong
  • Another Chance
  • Sa 'Yo
  • Viva Silver Series: Janno
  • Divas & I
  • Seven
  • Little Boy
  • ORIG
  • The Janno Gibbs Anthology
  • Novela

Singles[edit]

TV shows[edit]

TV specials[edit]

  • GMA @ 45: The GMA 45th Anniversary TV Special (GMA Network)
  • That's Entertainment Anniversary Special (GMA Network)
  • Ryan Cayabyab: The Music Man @ 50 (ABS-CBN)
  • No. 1 @ 55: The GMA 55th Anniversary TV Special (GMA Network)
  • Philippine Idol Grand Finals Special (ABC)
  • SOP Anniversary Special (GMA Network)
  • Eat Bulaga Silver Special (GMA Network)
  • Party Pilipinas Anniversary Special (GMA Network)
  • GMA @ 60: The Heart Of Television TV Special (GMA Network)

Awards[edit]

  • Winner, Best Male TV Host For Sobrang Okey Pare GMA 7 in 2000
  • Celebrity Inductee Winner, Eastwood City Walk Of Fame Philippines in 2009

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