Yoyong Martirez

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Rosalio "Yoyong" D. Martires
Vice-Mayor of Pasig City
In office
June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2013
Preceded by Lorna Bernardo
Succeeded by Iyo Christian Bernardo
Councilor of 2nd District of Pasig City
Assumed office
June 30, 2013
In office
June 30, 1995 – June 30, 2004
Personal details
Born (1951-09-09) September 9, 1951 (age 67)
Catbalogan City, Samar
Nationality Filipino
Political party Nacionalista Party (1995–present)
Spouse(s) Tess Martires
Children Patrick Martires
Residence Pasig City
Profession Basketball Player; Actor; Politician
Military service
Allegiance Republic of the Philippines
Yoyong Martirez
Medal record
Men’s basketball
Representing  Philippines
FIBA Asia Championship
Gold medal – first place 1973 Manila Team competition

Rosalio D. Martires[1] (born September 9, 1951), also known as Yoyong Martirez, is a former Filipino basketball player,actor and comedian.

Basketball career[edit]

He played for San Miguel in the Manila Industrial and Commercial Athletic Association and the Philippine Basketball Association between 1972 and 1982.

In 1972, he appeared at the Olympic Games in Munich, Germany as a member of the country's national basketball team. He was a fleet footed guard specializing in steals/interceptions and assists.

Political Life[edit]

Currently, he serves as a Councilor for the City of Pasig.[2]

Personal life[edit]

He is married to Teresita "Tess"



Title Role Year
Ma'am May We Go Out? Teacher 1985
Love Letters Chauffeur (episode 2: Invisible Lover) 1988
Sheman: Mistress of the Universe Kabo 1988
Jacky Tyan 1988
M & M The Incredible Twins Coach 1989
Starzan II 1989
Super Mouse and the Roborats Junior 1989
Starzan III 1990
Twist: Ako Si Ikaw, Ikaw Si Ako Pare 1990
Crocodile Jones: The Son of Indiana Dundee 1990
Alyas: Batman en Robin 1991
Okay Ka, Fairy Ko! Part 2 1992
Ang Tange Kong Pag-Ibig De Niro 1992
Ano Ba Yan? Part 2 1993
Ang Kuya Kong Siga 1993
Pandoy: Ang Alalay ng Panday Pendong 1993
Tunay na Magkaibigan, Walang Iwanan...Peksman Sgt. Jose 1994
Once Upon a Time in Manila Dong 1994
Hindi Pa Tapos Ang Labada, Darling 1994
Isang Kahig, Tatlong Tuka: Daddy Ka Na, Mommy Ka Pa! 1995
Enteng and the Shaolin Kid Martin 1996
Lab en Kisses Dodong 1997
Wow, Multo! Sgt. Durano 1997
Basta't Ikaw, Nanginginig Pa 1999
Oo Na, Mahal na Kung Mahal Enad's Father 1999
Bestman: 4 Better, Not 4 Worse Himself 2002
Utang na Ama Konsehal 2003
The Fighting Chefs 2013
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