Leo Martinez

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Leo Martinez
Born (1950-03-07) March 7, 1950 (age 65)
Other names Leo Martin
Occupation Actor, Comedian
Years active 1970-present

Leo Martinez who is also known as Leo Martin is a Filipino actor/comedian and director.[1] Martinez is currently the director general of the Film Academy of the Philippines.[2]



Year Award Category Nominated Work Result
1992 FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actor Juan Tamad at Mr. Shooli: Mongolian Barbecue Nominated
1992 Gawad Urian Awards Best Supporting Actor Juan Tamad at Mr. Shooli: Mongolian Barbecue [3] Nominated
1991 Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Juan Tamad at Mr. Shooli: Mongolian Barbecue[4] Won


Year Title Role Network
1992-1997 Ober Da Bakod Don Robert GMA Network
1997 What Went Wrong Host GMA Network
1997-1998 Onli In Da Pilipins  ???? ABS-CBN
1998-2003 Ispup Various TV5
1999–present Maynila Various GMA Network
2000-2001 GMA Telecine Specials Various GMA Network
2001 Idol Ko Si Kap Attorney GMA Network
2002 Magpakailanman Various GMA Network
2005 Sugo Fr. Francis GMA Network
HP: To The Highest Level Na! Boss Hugo GMA Network
2006 Love to Love: Young at Heart Lolo Jose GMA Network
Hokus Pokus Boss Hugo GMA Network
Baywalk  ???? QTV 11
2007 Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang: Ang Mahiwagang Biyulin Ahab GMA Network
MariMar Lolo Pancho Perez GMA Network
2008 Sine Novela: Kaputol ng Isang Awit Lolo Ige Monteza GMA Network
Carlo J. Caparas' Gagambino Zandro GMA Network
2009 Zorro Carlos Pulido GMA Network
Talentadong Pinoy Guest Celebrity Judge TV5
2010 Tanging Yaman Solomon Buenavista ABS-CBN
5 Star Specials Various TV5
Untold Stories Mula Sa Face To Face Various TV5
2011 Sisid Ramon Dela Vida GMA Network
Follow That Star Guest Hmself GMA News TV
2012 Toda Max Lolo Lloydie ABS-CBN
Artista Academy Guest Celebrity Judge TV5
Coffee Prince Ernie Muling Tapang GMA Network
2013 Kakambal ni Eliana Don Eddie Cascavel GMA Network
2015 Masayang Umaga Po! Host Net 25
Nathaniel Ramon Roman/The Devil ABS-CBN


Year Title Role Film Production
- Three Men and a Lola - -
1970 The Secret of the Sacred Forest Bayarti William Copeland Sari-Manok
1973 Impossible Dream - Premiere Productions
Fly Me Tourist Guide -
1974 Bamboo Gods and Iron Men - American International Pictures
TNT Jackson (released as Dynamite Wong and TNT Jackson) - HPS Production, New World Pictures
1976 She Devils in Chains (released as Ebony, Ivory, and Jade) - Dimension Pictures
Minsa'y Isang Gamu-Gamo - Premiere Productions
1978 Vampire Hookers Julio Cosa Nueva
Death Force - Cosa Nueva
1980 Kakabakaba ka ba? Fr. Blanco LVN Pictures
1981 Enter the Ninja Pee Wee Golan-Globus Productions
1983 Cage Fury Doctor Lea Productions
Init sa magdamag Mr. Perez (uncredited) Viva Films
1984 Bagets 2 Erpat Viva Films
1985 Virgin Forest Hepe Sales/San Mateo Regal Films
Ben Tumbling - Amazaldy Film Productions
1986 Unfaithful Wife Mayor Viva Films
Silk Yamamoto Tanaka -
1987 Sweet Revenge Buddha Concorde-New Horizon/MGM
1988 Saigon Commandos Prosecutor -
1989 Primary Target General Swai Concorde-New Horizon
Eye of the Eagle 2: Inside the Enemy Dr. Popoy -
Last Stand at Lang Mei Tovar
1991 Juan Tamad at Mr. Shooli: Mongolian Barbeque Manhik-Manaog FLT Films International
1992 Si Lucio at Si Miguel: Hihintayin Ko Kayo - Kaizz Ventures
Alyas Pogi Teng-Teng Moviestars Production
Sam & Miguel (your basura, no problema) Joe Prit -
Jerry Marasigan, WPD - Seiko Films
Aswang Dr. Abraham Regal Films
Unang Tibok ng Puso - Kaizz Ventures
1993 Dugo ng Panday - Regal Films
Astig - Viva Films
Kailangan Kita Chief Lima Regal Films
Gagay: Prinsesa ng Brownout Don Leon Viva Films
1994 Pusoy Dos - Viva Films
Ang Pagbabalik ni Pedro Penduko Losipero Viva Films
Swindler's List - FLT Films International
Pinagbiyak na Bunga: Lookalayk Teborsio Viva Films
Ober Da Bakod the Movie Don Robert Viva Films
1995 Epifanio ang Bilas Ko Epi Viva Films
Batangueno Kabitenyo Magno Viva Films
1996 Melencio Magat: Dugo Laban Dugo - Regal Films
SPO1 Don Juan: Da Dancing Policeman SPO1 Don Juan Neo Films
A.E.I.O.U. Juan Mardeka Films
Ober Da Bakod 2 Don Robert Viva Films
1997 Kalabog en Bosyo Chip Baselon Viva Films
Trabajo Lang Dear, Walang Personalan - -
Matinik na Bading, Mga Syukang Buking - -
1998 Muling Ibalik Ang Tamis ng Pag-Ibig Lass Star Cinema
Dr. X on the Air Dr. X Falcon Films
Ala eh...Con Bisoy Hale-Hale Hoy! Laging Manalo Ang Mga Unggoy Bill Star Cinema
1999 Weder Weder Lang Yan Don Emilio Star Cinema
2000 Mana-Mana, Tiba-Tiba Don Segundo Viva Films
2001 Torotot Pido -
2003 Fantastic Man David OctoArts Films
2007 M.O.N.A.Y (Misteyks Obda Neyson Adres Yata) ni Mr. Shooli Congressman Manhik Manaog Onabru Productions
2008 Barako - East Indie Films
Baler (film) Col. Calixto Villacorte Viva Films
2009 Sabungero Congressman Dalawang Tuka Productions
Love on Line - OctoArts Films
Yaya and Angelina: The Spoiled Brat Movie Principal Tiongco/Prince Epal GMA Films
Nobody, Nobody But... Juan Taxi Driver Regal Films
Wapakman Dr. Turibio Jingle Solar Entertainment
2010 MKAK - Black Bus Films
2011 Law Law Gang - Lara Films
2012 Yakman: D' Gigil King - Silverline Multimedia Entertainment
2013 Tuhog Tonio Sucat Skylight Films
On the Job General Pacheco Star Cinema
Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay - Regal Films, Star Cinema
2014 Gangster Lolo - Cosmic Raven Ventures


  1. ^ Cruz, Marinel R (10 November 2011). "Film ‘gym’ for teachers, students, NGOs". Inquirer.net. Retrieved 12 March 2012. 
  2. ^ Cruz, Marinel R. (10 December 2011). "Academy bats for films based on Filipino literature". Inquirer.net. Retrieved 12 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "15th Gawad Urian Nominees (1992)". Manunuri ng Pelikulang Pilipino (MPP). Retrieved 12 March 2012. 
  4. ^ Mendoza, Ruel J (23 January 2012). "Leo Martinez disappointed by actor-senators' lack of support for the Film Academy of the Philippines". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 12 March 2012. 

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