Adrian Alandy

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Adrian Alandy
Born Adrian Louis Alandy
(1980-02-07) February 7, 1980 (age 38)
Manila, Philippines
Other names Luis, Louis
Occupation Actor, model
Years active 1998–present
Agent GMA Artist Center (1998-2000; 2005; 2007-2015; 2016; 2018-present)
Star Magic (2000-2005; 2006; 2016-2018)
Talent5 (2015)
Spouse(s)
Joselle Fernanadez (m. 2017)

Adrian Louis Alandy (born February 7, 1980), simply known as Adrian Alandy, & formerly known as Luis Alandy is a Filipino actor and model. He landed his first acting role in the popular TV series Pangako Sa 'Yo (2000) as David. he is currently an artist of GMA Network.

Biography[edit]

Alandy completed an intensive course in computer at AMA Computer College-East Rizal (Philippines). He then studied psychology at San Sebastian College, but dropped out in his third year to try his luck in show business. "I love the hardships of acting," Luis said when asked what attracted him to becoming an actor.

Alandy started out as a GMA Network artist but when he realized that his career wasn't going anywhere, he left his home network and transferred to ABS-CBN. He has since appeared in several soap operas and has started to become a household name and a recognizable matinee idol. As with most stars, his star shone less brightly with the advent of reality TV searches for new artists. He became less visible in showbiz and that led him to venture into showing a bit more skin. His initial salvo was in theater. He, together with other male sexy stars, appeared in the controversial stage musical All About Men, in which he bared his body for the audience.

After this exposure, he has become less self-conscious and more daring, for instance showing more skin in a pictorial, and playing gay roles on screen.

He has appeared in several TV series in the Philippines, including Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas (2003), Vietnam Rose (2005) and Gulong ng Palad (2006). He has recently starred in a number of box-office movies like Pacquiao: The Movie (2006) and Barcelona (2006). Alandy buffed up his body for Bench underwear fashion shows, and for the musical revue Penis Talks (2004). He is also a member of the all-male macho group Barako Boys.

He confessed that in his eight years in show-business, he experienced being at the bottom of the wheel. He remembered contemplating whether he would land TV or movie projects because of competition becoming stiffer with the emergence of newer actors.

He was a member of the all-male macho group Barako Boys (with the award-winning actor Jay Manalo, Christian Vasquez, Carlo Maceda, Reggie Curley, and Paolo Paraiso). The group has released a musical album.

He returned from ABS-CBN to GMA Network. He appeared in his two primetime shows like Dyesebel. it is considered as Alandy's biggest break. After Dyesebel, Alandy starred in the primetime show Luna Mystika. He then starred in the action thriller Sine Novela: Ngayon At Kailanman, playing the most villainous role ever. In 2015, Alandy played a major role as David Limjoco in the hit lesbian TV series The Rich Man's Daughter.

In 2016, he moved back to ABS-CBN. He portrays Chad, the husband of Amanda (portrayed by Dimples Romana) on the hit daytime series The Greatest Love. In 2018, Alandy's final appearance in ABS-CBN is Asintado as a special participation. he then returned to GMA Network alongside Wendell Ramos & Nora Aunor.[1] following his return to GMA, He replaced his on-screen name Luis Alandy to Adrian Alandy, his original name, to avoid confusion with his cousin Cavite Rep. Luis "Jonjon" Alandy Ferrer IV.

Personal life[edit]

Alandy is a Christian. Alandy married his non-showbiz fiancée Joselle Fernandez on February 17, 2017 in Tagaytay.[2][3][4]

Filmography[edit]

Television shows[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes With
2018 Onanay Elvin GMA Network Special Participation
Asintado Robert Ramirez ABS-CBN Special Participation Tanya Garcia
2016 The Greatest Love Chad Cruz Supporting role Dimples Romana
Eat Bulaga Lenten Special: Panata John GMA Network Special participation Danica Sotto-Pingris
Karelasyon: Wanted Tatay Emir Main role Valerie Concepcion & Archie Alemania
2015 My Fair Lady Benjie TV5 Main role Jasmine Curtis-Smith
The Rich Man's Daughter David Limjoco GMA Network Main role Rhian Ramos
Eat Bulaga Lenten Special: Pangako ng Pagi-ibig Julius Special participation Pauleen Luna & Rocco Nacino
Second Chances Albert Bermudez Special participation Jennylyn Mercado
2014 Panalangin Carlo Guest role Marian Rivera
Innamorata Edwin Manansala Main role Max Collins
2013 Binoy Henyo Francis Sandoval Main role Sheena Halili
Magpakailanman: Naubos na Yaman Dioni Reyes Main role Jaclyn Jose
Indio Hangaway Special participation Sarah Lahbati
2012 Yesterday's Bride Celso Agustin Lead role Lovi Poe
Luna Blanca Teddy Supporting role Bianca King
Broken Vow Felix Rastro Lead role Bianca King
2011 Iglot Juancho Rivera Main cast
My Lover, My Wife Lawrence Delgado Lead role Maxene Magalona
2010 Beauty Queen Dante Pineda Main cast Iza Calzado
Kaya ng Powers Rico Guest
Claudine Cara's Fiancé Main cast Claudine Barretto
Sine Novela: Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita? Atty. Brent Carlos Supporting role
2009 Sine Novela: Ngayon at Kailanman Ronald Noche Supporting role / Villain Heart Evangelista
2008 Luna Mystika Andoy Supporting role Heart Evangelista
Dear Friend Luis Guest
Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel Gildo Villarama Supporting role / Villain Marian Rivera
2007-2008 Fantastic Man Draxor Supporting role / Villain
La Vendetta Ariel Guevarra Supporting role / Villain
2007 Impostora Dr. Leondro Meneses Main cast / Villain Sunshine Dizon
Maynila Various Lead role
Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang Bulag 2 Guest
2006 Komiks Nestor ABS-CBN Supporting role Guest
Gulong ng Palad Diego Supporting role
2005 Baywalk Various QTV (now GMA News TV) Guest
Vietnam Rose Carina's father ABS-CBN Supporting role
2003 Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas Ramon Madrigal Supporting role Kristine Hermosa
2001 Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan Clarence Cristobal Supporting role
2000 Pangako Sa 'Yo David San Luis-Powers Supporting role Kristine Hermosa
1998 Bubble Gang Various GMA Network Guest

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Film Productions Notes With
2018 Never Not Love You Jason Viva Films, Project 8 Corner San Joaquin Projects James Reid, Nadine Lustre
2016 Kabisera Fire Starters Manila Production Nora Aunor
Siphayo Conrado BG Productions International Nathalie Hart
Kusina Alejandro Cinemalaya Film Judy Ann Santos
2015 Imagine You and Me
2012 Ligo na Ü, Lapit na Me Taxi Driver Productions Guest
2011 Babang Luksa Carlos TBA Productions Precious Lara Quigaman
2010 Dagaw Various TBA Productions
Buenavista (Ang Kasaysayan ng Lucena) Horacio Zaldena BJB Productions
2008 Shake, Rattle & Roll X Dario Regal Films
Desperadas Mandy GMA Films
2007 Resiklo The Motanos Imus Productions
Signos Louie Daven Productions, Kamurayaw Pictures
2006 Barcelona - G5 Media Productions
Pacquiao: The Movie - Star Cinema, FLT Films
Manay Po Adrian Pengson Regal Films
Lambanog Mark
Karma -
2005 Tuli - Viva Films
2004 Bcuz of U - Star Cinema
2003 Keka Jessie Sta. Ana Viva Films
2002 May Pag-Ibig Pa Kaya? Albero Starlight Films
2001 Mila Ruel Star Cinema
Luv Text Young Nanding Maverick Films

Accolades[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Category Work Award-Giving Body/Organization Result
2016 Best PEPTalk Episode with Glaiza de Castro and Rhian Ramos The Rich Man's Daughter Pep List Year 3 Award Nominated

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