Reiven Bulado

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Reiven "Rey" Bulado is a Filipino actor, ramp model, and entrepreneur born (17 December 1984) at San Carlos City, Negros Occidental.

He played Ibo on the 2004 MMFF entry film, Panaghoy sa Suba, with multi-awarded actor Cesar Montano, on which he won the best supporting actor award.[1] He attended highschool at Colegio de Santo Tomas – Recoletos where he met a friend who encouraged him to pursue a career in show business. He appeared with minor roles on films such as Bilog, The Hunt for Eagle One and its sequel The Hunt for Eagle One: Crash Point.[2]

He is a locally well-known guy who calls his male friends, "Paps"; and his local female friends, "Gang". He is the heir of some family-owned farmlands and commercial fish ponds and regularly enjoys working on these sites as an unofficial blue-collar guy. He is the rumoured owner of an unfinished mansion at Guihulngan City, about 40 kilometers or an hour ride from San Carlos City. Rumours spread across San Carlos as well that he is currently developing a Greek-style beach resort like the ones in Mykonos. Both establishments are scheduled to be operational anytime soon.

He is currently working on a real estate business within Metro Manila and might appear on another indie movie soon.


Year Title Main Role Notes Awards
2004 Panaghoy sa Suba (The Call of the River) Ibo Best Supporting Actor
2005 Bilog Reiven
2006 The Mourning Girls cameo
2006 The Hunt for Eagle One Pvt. Don Tubayan
2006 The Hunt for Eagle One: Crash Point Pvt. Antonio Abad

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