Jun Aristorenas

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Jun Aristorenas
Born Juanito Madarang
(1933-05-07)May 7, 1933
Manila, Philippine Islands
Died 2000 (aged 67)
Occupation Actor, film director, film producer, dancer, writer
Years active 1957–2000

Juanito "Jun" Madarang (May 7, 1933 – 2000) was a Filipino actor, director, dancer, producer and writer.[1][2] Aristorenas was known for his western roles, and had topbilled cowboy movies such as Sagupaan ng mga Patapon, Dugong Tigre, and Apat na Bagwis.[3]

As an actor, Aristorenas has performed in movies such as Danilo Ronquillo: Cavite Boy, released in 1965, in which he portrayed Danilo Ronquillo, Rico Solitaryo (1966), and Bale-bale Kung Lumaban (1964). As a movie director, he has worked on movies such as Matalino man ang matsing na-iisahan din!, released in 2000, Cara y Cruz: Walang Sinasanto! (1996), and Marami Ka Pang Kakaining Bigas (1994).

Aristorenas has also written the story of "Matalino man ang matsing na-iisahan din!", released in 2000.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Aristorenas was married to Virginia Gaerlan, a former actress. Their sons, Robin (born 1964), Junar (born 1968) are former child actors.



  1. ^ a b Jun Aristorenas, people.theiapolis.com
  2. ^ Jun Aristorenas, movie-industry.blogspot.com
  3. ^ "Jun Aristorenas: More than an action star". PhilStar.com. January 18, 2009. Retrieved August 19, 2010.

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