OMG (Oh, My Girl!)
|OMG (Oh, My Girl!)|
|Directed by||Dante Nico Garcia|
|Produced by||Roselle Monteverde-Teo|
OMG (Oh, My Girl!) is a romantic comedy film produced by Philippines' Regal Entertainment and directed by Ploning helmer Dante Nico Garcia. The film is about friendship and love in the entertainment industry.
Judy Ann Santos stars as the famous actress named Darling, who was known in her childhood days as Opao. Ogie Alcasid plays Biboy, Darling's long-lost childhood friend who disguised as her aunt in order to meet her again.
Many of Santos' and Alcasid's friends in showbusiness are expected to appear in cameo roles, most notably Regine Velasquez (who conceptualized the film's story) and Sharon Cuneta (in her first appearance in a Regal movie).
- Judy Ann Santos as Darling/Opao
- Ogie Alcasid as Biboy/Frida
- Sharon Cuneta as Guada(Cameo Role)
- Regine Velasquez as production assistant(Cameo Role)
- Manilyn Reynes as Tala
- Roderick Paulate as Crisp Pops
- Carmi Martin as Inday Langging
- Nova Villa as Sita
- John Prats as Bob
- Jon Avila as Bambam
- Jairus Aquino as Young Biboy
- Dorothy Ann Perez as Young Opao/Darling
- Frenchy Dy as Tunganga
- John Lapus as himself
- Jeffrey Santos and Rez Cortez as gay friends
- Rufa Mae Quinto as Mayette(Cameo role)
- Maureen Larrazabal as Joyce (Cameo Role)
- Diego Llorico as Marddie(Cameo Role)
- Noel Vincent P. Miguel as Camera Dept.
- Jason Abalos as Pedicab Driver(Cameo Role)
- German Moreno
- Michael V.
- Rainier Castillo as Inday Langging and Crisp Pops's boyfriend
Official Website: http://www.regalmultimedia.net/omg/
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