Lily Monteverde

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Lily Monteverde
Born Lily Yu Monterverde
(1939-08-19) August 19, 1939 (age 77)
Manila, Philippine Commonwealth
Other names Mother Lily
Occupation Film producer, Hotelier
Years active 1960–present

Lily Monteverde (nickname Mother Lily, who first penned by showbiz columnist Lolit Solis) is a prominent Filipino film producer and businesswoman.


Lily Monteverde has produced nearly 300 films in the Philippines since the early 1960s. She operated Regal Entertainment, in the Philippines for many years.

In August 1996 she invested much of her substantial wealth into hotels in Quezon City.[1] She opened the Imperial Palace Suites on the site of an old gasoline station at the corner of Tomas Morato and Timog avenues in Quezon.

In 2000, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Cinemanila International Film Festival.


Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result
2002 Metro Manila Film Festival Best Original Story (with Roy Iglesias) Mano Po[2] Won
2003 Mano Po 2: My Love[3] Won


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