Tonton Gutierrez

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Tonton Gutierrez
Born Eduardo Antonio Winsett Gutierrez, Jr.
(1967-09-11) September 11, 1967 (age 49)
Manila, Philippines
Occupation Television and film actor
Years active 1984–present
Spouse(s) Glydel Mercado

Eduardo Antonio Gutierrez, Jr. (born September 11, 1967) is a Filipino film and television actor best known for his role as Governor Eduardo Buenavista in the original hit teleserye Pangako Sa 'Yo, it was topbilled by Kristine Hermosa, Jericho Rosales, Eula Valdez and Jean Garcia.

Early life[edit]

Eduardo Antonio Gutierrez, Jr. is the son of Eddie Gutierrez and actress Liza Lorena. His parents did not marry and eventually separated after he was born. Ramon Christopher Gutierrez is his half-brother from his father's second relationship with actress Pilita Corrales. Ruffa Gutierrez, Rocky Gutierrez, Elvis Gutierrez, Richard & Raymond Gutierrez, and Ritchie Paul Gutierrez are his half siblings from his father's marriage to Annabelle Rama.[1][2]

Personal life[edit]

Tonton Gutierrez is married to actress Glydel Mercado.[3] He is of American descent on both his father and mother's side.[4][5]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2017 The Promise of Forever Benjamin "Benjie" Nolasco ABS-CBN
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Rehab Center Pio
2016 The Greatest Love Zosimo Guerrero †
Ang Probinsyano SPO4 Pablo De Leon †
That's My Amboy Albert Romero GMA Network
2015 And I Love You So Alfonso Valdez † ABS-CBN
You're My Home Victor Vergara
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Medical Record Lito De Guzman
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Mangga at Bagoong Ruben
2014 Sana Bukas pa ang Kahapon Carlos Syquia / Señor Muerte †
2013 Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin Richard Ramirez
Juan dela Cruz Haring Manaon
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Sanggol Fernando Poe Jr.
2012–2013 Aryana Victor Mendez
2011 Glamorosa Giorgio Lustico TV5
Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin Tomas "Bernabe" Sta. Maria † ABS-CBN
Sabel Julio De Dios
2010 Langit sa Piling Mo Stanley Tee GMA Network
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Shell Jun ABS-CBN
2009 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Bangka Manuel "Manny" Villar
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Isda
May Bukas Pa Mario Sta. Maria
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Salamin Jun
Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita Jango San Juan GMA Network
2007 Mars Ravelo's Lastikman Irroian ABS-CBN
Mga Mata ni Anghelita Mayor Carlos/Solcar GMA Network
Sana Maulit Muli George Soriano.[3] ABS-CBN
Pilipinas, Game KNB? Himself/Contestant
Nagmamahal, Kapamilya: Rene-Louisa Rene
2006 Bituing Walang Ningning Emilio Suarez
Komiks Presents: Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko Erning
Pilipinas, Game KNB? Himself/Contestant
2005 Etheria Memen GMA Network
Mars Ravelo's Darna Mulong/Nosferamus
Magpakailanman: The Manny and Pie Calayan Story Manny Calayan
Love to Love: Wishing Upon A Jar
Love to Love: Struck In Love
2004 Forever in My Heart Ronald Carbonel
Te Amo, Maging Sino Ka Man Minong Salvaderas
2002 Habang Kapiling Ka Marius Malvarosa / Xandro / Kenji Ogata
2001 Larawan
2000 Pangako Sa ’Yo Gov. Eduardo Buenavista ABS-CBN
1999 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Pulot-Gata

Movies[edit]

  • Captain Barbell (1986)
  • Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas (1986)[6]
  • Alabok sa Ulap (1987)[6]
  • Tatlong Nukha ng Pag-Ibig (1988)[6]
  • Pasan Ko Ang Dagig (1987)
  • Jack N' Jill (1987)
  • Kung Aagawikin (1987)
  • Saan Nagtatago Ang Pag-Ibig? (1987)
  • Jack N' Jill sa Amerika (1988)[7]
  • Abot Hanggang Sukdulan (1989)
  • Kahit Wala Ka Na (1989)
  • Tiny Terrestrial: The Three Professors (1990)
  • Sa Kabila Ng Lahat (1991)
  • Kaputol ng Isang Awit (1991)
  • Paniwalaan Mo (1993)
  • Ang Boyfriend Kong Gamol (1993)
  • Kapantay ay Langit (1994)
  • Syota ng bayan (1994)
  • Oo Na,Sige Na (1994)
  • Forever (1994)
  • Dahas (1995)
  • Muntik ng Maabot ang Langit (1995)
  • Patayin sa Sindak si Barbara (1995)
  • SPO4 Santiago (1996)
  • Abot Kamay ang Pangarap (1996) - Gawad Urian Award winner for Best Actor
  • Saan Ako Nagkamali (1995)
  • Sariwang Bulaklak (1996)
  • Nananabik Sa Iyong Pagbabalik (1996)
  • Bubot, Kulang sa Panahon (1997)
  • Kriselda, Sabik Sa Iyo (1997)
  • Shake Rattle and Roll 6 (1997) Manrey (segment "Ang Buwan")
  • Ambisyosa (1998)
  • Tuloy...Bukas Ang Pinto (1998)
  • May Sayad (1998)
  • Armadong Hudas (1998)
  • Tatlo...Magkahalo (1998)
  • My Guardian Debil (1998)
  • Shirley (1998)
  • Alyas Pogi: Ang Pagbabalik (1999)
  • Baliktaran (2000)
  • Ooops, teka lang...Diskarte ko'to! (2001) as Johnny Estrella
  • Marital Rape (2001)
  • Hayop sa Sex Appeal (2001)
  • Di kita ma-reach (2001)
  • Sana Totoo Na (2002)
  • Cass & Carry: Who Wants to Be a Billionaire? (2002) as Mr. Roma
  • Ang Tanging Ina (2003) as Alfredo
  • Magnifico (2003) as Ka Romy
  • Forever My Love (2004) as Jimmy
  • I Will Survive (2004) as Manolo
  • So...Happy Together (2004) as Erwin
  • Let The Love Begin (2005) as Jake
  • Say That You Love Me (2005)
  • Sa Harap ng Panganib (2007)
  • Shake Rattle and Roll 9 (2007) Chuck (segment "Christmas Tree")
  • Loving You (2008) as Virgilio
  • When I Met You (2009)
  • Dalaw (2009)
  • Hating Kapatid (2010)
  • Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!) (2010)
  • Rosario (2010)
  • Way Back Home (2011) as Ariel
  • Born To Love You (2012)
  • Bakit hindi ka crush ng crush mo? (2013) as Miguel Prieto
  • Boy Golden: Shoot to Kill, the Arturo Porcuna Story (2013) as Col. Rey Maristela
  • Just The Way You Are (2015)
  • Felix Manalo (2015) as Benjamin Santiago
  • Camp Sawi (2016)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Valle, Jocelyn. "How Tonton, Other Luminaries Ended Up ". Philippine Daily Inquirer (April 12, 2003) p. G2.
  2. ^ Protacio, Dr. Romy R. "BALIK-TANAW: Where Are They Now? The Filipino Stars of Yesteryears". Asian Journal USA. Retrieved 19 September 2014. 
  3. ^ a b Vibas, Danny. "Banking on the newbies". Manila Times (January 9, 2007)
  4. ^ Constantino, Ronald. "RP showbiz aglow with ‘Tisoy,’ ‘Tisay’". Manila Bulletin (April 26, 2010)
  5. ^ asianjournalusa.com (broken link)
  6. ^ a b c Jimenea, Devi. "Tonton Gutierrez Goes Bold" Manila Standard (August 10, 1987)
  7. ^ Mendoza, Meg. "Tonton Gutierrez Is Snooty ", Manila Standard (November 30, 1988) p. 14