Lauro Delgado

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Lauro Delgado
Born (1932-12-10)December 10, 1932
Bocaue, Bulacan, Philippine Islands
Died 1978 (aged 45–46)
Philippines
Cause of death Heart failure
Occupation Actor
Years active 1953-1958

Lauro Delgado (December 10, 1932 – January 15, 1978) was a Filipino actor, born as Loreto Porciuncula in Bocaue, Bulacan. He was discovered by the director Gerardo de Leon.

Starting his acting career in the 1950s, Delgado primarily had villainous roles in films produced by Premiere Productions and People's Pictures, and was billed as the leading actor in the 1960 film "Sa Mata ng Diyos" ("In the Eyes of God") along with Tessie Quintana, Leonor Vergara, Carlos Padilla, Jr. and child actor Aida Villegas. Delgado continued playing leading and character roles up to the 1970s.[1]

Delgado retired from showbiz when his poultry business in Bulacan became successful. He died in 1977 due to heart attack, and was buried in his hometown of Bocaue.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dolor, Danny (2009-06-28). "Lauro Delgado 'in the title role'". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2010-12-02. 
  2. ^ Baldovino, Gypsy (2009-04-26). "The charmed life of Lauro Delgado". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 2010-12-02. 

Filmography[edit]

  • 1953 - Sawa sa Lumang Simboryo
  • 1954 - Salabusab [People's]
  • 1954 - Paladin [Premiere]
  • 1955 - Palahamak [Premiere]
  • 1955 - Eskrimador [Premiere]
  • 1955 - El Jugador [Premiere]
  • 1955 - Sagrado [People's]
  • 1955 - Pandanggo ni Neneng [Premiere]
  • 1956 - El conde de Monte Carlo [People's]
  • 1956 - Santa Lucia [People's]
  • 1956 - Prinsipe Villarba [People's]
  • 1956 - Exzur [People's]
  • 1957 - Bicol Express [Premiere]
  • 1957 - Pabo Real [People's]
  • 1957 - Yaya Maria [Premiere]
  • 1957 - Pusakal [People's]
  • 1957 - Prinsipe Alejandre [Premiere]
  • 1958 - Batang Piyer [People's]
  • 1958 - Sta. Rita de Casia [Premiere]
  • 1958 - Obra-Maestra [People's]
  • 1958 - Laban sa Lahat [Premiere]
  • 1958 - Wanted: Husband [People's]

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