29 July 2007
| M-Zet Productions|
1 July 2001
| Vic Sotto, Maxene Magalona, Danica Sotto, Isabella de Leon|
PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actor
Vic Sotto, Jose Manalo, Maxene Magalona, Cindy Kurleto, Paolo Ballesteros
Ful Haus, The Jose and Wally Show Sta, Bahay Mo Ba 'To?, Okey Ka Fairy Ko!, S‑Files
Daddy Di Do Du is a Filipino sitcom produced by M-Zet TV Productions, Inc. that aired on GMA Network every Sunday evenings. The show was part of the network's GMA KiliTV block and was one of the must successful original Pinoy sitcoms of recent history.
Daddy Di Do Du Wikipedia
The story revolves around Hercules "Kul" Vallejo, a widower working as an attending nurse in a hospital. Prior to the start of the show, he married his fellow nurse who was secretly a witch. As a result, their three daughters (Dinna, Donna, and Duday) are all secretly powerful witches. After his wife's death, he fell in love with a neighboring foreigner named Greta. On the last episode, Kul and Greta bid farewell to their children and friends, and 2 lovers are going to Prague for their new honeymoon.Vic Sotto as Hercules "Kul" VallejoDanica Sotto as Dinna VallejoMaxene Magalona as Donna VallejoIsabella De Leon as Duday VallejoCindy Kurleto as GretaRedford White as BruceRuby Rodriguez as EmpeePaolo Ballesteros as PaoloJoonee Gamboa as GenerJose Manalo as ValSugar Mercado as boardmate SugarNida Blanca as LolaHilda Koronel as MamuRussell C. Mon as SimonGerard RamosWinner, Best Comedy Show - PMPC Star Awards for Television (2002 & 2003)Vic Sotto - Best Comedy Actor Winner 2001 PMPC Star AwardsThis was actress Nida Blanca's last TV show under GMA 7. She died while the pilot series was still airing on the channel in 2001. However, she managed to film all her appearances for the first season of the show. The episode where she last appeared on was dedicated to herself.In later seasons, Dina, Donna, and Duday are not often seen using their magical powers.
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