Raffy Tulfo

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Raffy Tulfo
Aksyon sa Tanghali - Raffy Tulfo.jpg (cropped).jpg
Raffy Tulfo in Aksyon sa Tanghali
Other namesPaeng
Action Man (Wanted)
Idol Raffy (Balitaang Tapat)
Tol Raffy (T3)
OccupationBroadcaster
TV and Radio Host
Columnist
Websitewww.raffytulfoinaction.com

Raffy Tulfo is a Filipino broadcast journalist whose work focuses on government and private sector issues.[1]

Tulfo has a weekday afternoon radio program entitled, Wanted sa Radyo, on Radyo5 92.3 News FM with Niña Taduran. The program focused on helping the poor on battling the red tapes of society. He was also behind investigative and public service shows like "Philippines' Most Wanted", "Task Force Siyasat" and "Problema Mo, Sagot ko". He is one of the Tulfo Brothers in "ISUMBONG MO: TULFO BROTHERS" along with Ramon, Ben and Erwin Tulfo. The program aired only few episodes due to some internal network problems and controversies. Tulfo also wrote columns for the widely circulated tabloid newspapers "Abante-Tonite", "Abante" & "Pinoy Parazzi".[2]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1993–2006 Isumbong Mo Kay Tulfo Host RPN
1995–2002 Philippines Most Wanted Host PTV
2002–2003 Task Force Siyasat Host ABC
2003–2005 Problema Mo, Sagot Ko! Host ABC
2005–2006 Kamao Reloaded Host
2006 Isumbong Mo: Tulfo Brothers Host RPN
2010 Oplan Zero Tambay Host TV5
2010–2012 Balitaang Tapat News Anchor AksyonTV, Radyo5 92.3 News FM
2011 Wanted Host TV5, AksyonTV
2011–2016 T3: Alliance Host TV5, AksyonTV, Radyo5 92.3 News FM
2013–2014 Aksyon Weekend News Anchor TV5, AksyonTV
2014–present Aksyon Sa Tanghali News Anchor TV5
2019 #TolWagTroll Respeto Lang Host 5
2019–present One Balita News Anchor One PH

Radio[edit]

Year Title Role Station
1994–2011 Wanted sa Radyo Host DZXL
2011–present Wanted sa Radyo Host Radyo5 92.3 News FM

Awards[edit]

Inding-Indie Short Film Festival[edit]

  • Asian Best Broadcasters Award (2015)
  • Most Trusted Media Personalities for Radio and Television Award (2016)

Lyceum of the Philippines Gawad Rizal[edit]

  • Best Public Service Host (2018)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Tulfo brothers in the eyes of their children". PhilSTAR.
  2. ^ "Caridad Tulfo–how she brought up the (in)famous brothers". Inquirer.Net.