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Also known as  A World Without You
Directed by  Joel Lamangan
Final episode date  6 June 2003
Network  GMA Network
8.3/10 IMDb

Created by  Roy C. Iglesias
First episode date  22 April 2002
Composer  Ogie Alcasid
Program creator  Roy C. Iglesias
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Developed by  Roy C. IglesiasJun LanaDinno Erece
Starring  Sunshine DizonCogie DomingoEddie Garcia
Ending theme  "Kung Mawawala Ka"sung by Ogie Alcasid and Karylle
Cast  Sunshine Dizon, Eddie Garcia, Cogie Domingo, Raymond Bagatsing, Gloria Diaz
Similar  Saang Sulok ng Langit, Te Amo - Maging Sino Ka, Leya - Ang Pinakamagandang Babae Sa, Halik Sa Apoy, Habang Kapiling Ka

Kung mawawala ka

Kung Mawawala Ka (English: A World Without You) is an Epic, Political thriller and love story Philippine Drama produced by GMA Network and directed by Joel Lamangan, in his first TV series. It was re-aired internationally on GMA Pinoy TV and recently on GMA Life TV.


The series was known as a competitor of ABS-CBN's Pangako Sa 'Yo.


A modern retelling of the Romeo and Juliet classic love affair, personified by Rosa Camilla Montemayor (Sunshine Dizon) and Carlito Valiente (Cogie Domingo): A love that goes against all odds as the political conflict between their families grows stronger. Rosa Camilla's father, Gov. Leandro Montemayor (Eddie Garcia), uses his power to take Rosa Camilla away from the son of his political rival, Cong. Carlos Valiente (Vic Vargas).

What makes this compelling tale of love, conquest and revenge all the more intriguing is the struggle between Gov. Leandro's three women — Iluminada (Liza Lorena, his legal wife) with whom he has three children: Ernestina (Princess Punzalan), Alberto (Raymond Bagatsing) and her granddaughter Paloma (Alessandra de Rossi); Czarina (Gloria Diaz), the original mistress and mother to Lucinda (Ara Mina) and Amanda (Sharmaine Arnaiz); and finally Alicia (Hilda Koronel), the love of Leandro's life and mother to Rosa Camilla.

The story begins with the failed murder attempt on the governor's life and consequently makes the three women and their children suspects in the investigation. This "whodunit" crime mystery angle provides the backdrop to the love story of Rosa Camilla and Carlito.

Cast and characters

  • Eddie Garcia as Leandro Montemayor
  • Sunshine Dizon as Rosa Camilla Montemayor
  • Cogie Domingo as Carlito Valiente
  • Montemayor family

  • Liza Lorena as Iluminada Montemayor
  • Gloria Diaz as Czarina Montemayor
  • Hilda Koronel as Alicia Montemayor
  • Sharmaine Arnaiz as Amanda Montemayor
  • Raymond Bagatsing as Alberto Montemayor
  • Princess Punzalan as Ernestina Montemayor
  • Alessandra de Rossi as Paloma Montemayor
  • Ara Mina as Lucinda Montemayor
  • Extended cast

  • Armida Siguion-Reyna as Romina Salgado
  • Vic Vargas as Congressman Carlos Valiente
  • Marianne dela Riva as Cynthia Valiente
  • Iza Calzado as Phoebe Tuazon
  • Maybeline Dela Cruz as Guadalupe Valiente
  • Daniel Fernando as Gen. Alegre
  • Eddie Gutierrez as Tomas Locsin
  • Tony Mabesa as Atty. Asturias
  • Jay Manalo as Nestor Adorable
  • Spanky Manikan as Gen. Gonzalo
  • Jim Pebanco as Emil
  • Miko Sotto† as Dindo
  • Jomari Yllana as Rafael
  • Mhalou Crisologo as Elaine
  • Daisy Reyes as Clarissa Rosales
  • Angie Castrence as Angie
  • Lara Fabregas as Marla Gatchalian
  • Ryan Ramos as Jonathan Quirino
  • Gardo Versoza as Edmund Amparo
  • JJ Zamora as Charlie Valiente
  • References

    Kung Mawawala Ka Wikipedia