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Barbara Perez

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Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Robert Arevalo
Role  Actress
Name  Barbara Perez
Years active  1956-present

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Full Name  Barbara Munoz Perez III
Born  1938Commonwealth of the Philippines
Children  Georgina Ylagan, Anna Ylagan, Christian Ylagan
Parents  Antonio Perez, Barbara Munoz
Movies  No Man Is an Island, Ito Ang Pilipino, Tayong Dalawa, Cover Girl Models
Similar People  Juancho Gutierrez, Robert Arevalo, Cirio H Santiago, Laurice Guillen

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Barbara Pérez is a Filipina actress in movies and television in the Philippines. She was tagged as the Audrey Hepburn of the Philippines due to her doe eyes, pixie face, swan-like neck and 19-inch waistline. She did No Man Is An Island, a Hollywood movie in 1962, with Jeffrey Hunter.

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Career

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Pérez appeared in more than 75 movies and television shows since 1956. Perez did films included Pagdating Ng Takip-Silim (1956), Chabacano (1956), Pampanguena (1956), Gigolo (1956), Ate Barbara (1957), Kalabog En Bosyo (1959) and Tatlong Ilaw Sa Dambana (1958).

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After she did No Man Is An Island (1962), she was offered a five-year contract by Universal Studios. But she turned it down and decided to marry her boyfriend, Robert Arevalo. She appeared with her real-life husband in Daigdig Ng Mga Api (1965) which garnered Best Actor and Best Actress awards for the couple.

She did other films, such as P.S. I Love You (1981) starring Sharon Cuneta and Gabby Concepcion, Blusang Itim (1986) starring Snooky Serna and Richard Gomez, Taray At Teroy (1988) starring Maricel Soriano and Randy Santiago, Ang Babaeng Nawawala Sa Sarili (1989) with Dina Bonnevie, and Iisa Pa Lamang (1992) with Dawn Zulueta.

She appeared on television via ABS-CBN's series Budoy (2011) and Kahit Puso'y Masugatan (2012).

Personal life

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Born Barbara Muñoz Pérez III, after her grandmother and mother, she is the eldest among the nine children of Antonio Pérez from Urdaneta, Pangasinan and Barbara Munoz of Manila. Her grandfather was a Spanish engineer, who was among the builders of the national landmark, Manila Hotel.

Pérez was a journalism junior at University of Santo Tomas before entering showbiz. She married veteran dramatic actor Robert Arevalo, with whom she has three children, Anna, a director of commercials; Georgina, a full-time hands-on mom; and Christian, a student at Xavier School.

Awards and nominations

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  • 1969 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Actress Barbaro Cristobal (1968)
  • 1967 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Actress Ito Ang Pilipino (1966)
  • 1966 Won FAMAS Award Best Actress Ang Daigdig Ng Mga Api (1965)
  • 1961 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Supporting Actress Gumuhong Bantayog (1960)
  • Television

  • Kahit Puso'y Masugatan (TV series) (2012-2013)
  • Budoy (TV series) (2011-2012)
  • 24th Luna Awards (TV show) (2006)
  • Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin (TV series) (2003)
  • Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw (TV series) (2002)
  • Selected movies

  • The Bicycle (2007)
  • Malikmata (2003)
  • Ang Ika-Labing Isang Utos: Mahalin Mo, Asawa Mo (1994)
  • Ang Boyfriend Kong Gamol (1993)
  • Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal (1992)
  • Bihagin Ang Dalagang Ito (1989)
  • Ibulong Mo Sa Diyos (1988)
  • The Sisters (1987)
  • Exploitation (1983)
  • P.S. I Love You (1981)
  • Ang Boyfriend Kong Baduy (1976)
  • Supergirl (1973)
  • Asedillo (1971)
  • Dear Kuya Cesar (1968)
  • Ang Daigdig Ng Mga Api (1965)
  • No Man Is An Island (1962)
  • Dayukdok (1961)
  • 7 Amores (1960)
  • Ipinagbili Kami Ng Aming Tatay (1959)
  • Tatlong Ilaw Sa Dambana (1958)
  • Isang Milyong Kasalanan (1957)
  • Pagdating Ng Takip Silim (1956)
  • Pampanguena (1956)
  • References

    Barbara Perez Wikipedia


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