|Other names Von|
Role Television actor
Name Marco Morales
|Years active 2007-present|
Occupation Actor, Model
|Full Name Marco Paolo Z. Morales|
Born July 16, 1982 (age 33) (1982-07-16) Bulacan, Philippines
Movies No Way Out, Heavenly Touch, Off World
Similar People Paolo Serrano, Polo Ravales, AJ Dee, Ahron Villena, JC Tiuseco
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Marco Paolo Z. Morales (born July 16, 1982), more widely known as Marco Morales, is a television and film actor in the Philippines. He is known for his work as a leading actor mostly in gay-themed Indie films like Walang Kawala and Booking.
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- Life and career
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Life and career
Morales was born in Bulacan, Philippines. He started his acting career in 2007 including You Got Me! and Paano Kita Iibigin where he played some minor roles. He had a small role in the GMA Films My Best Friend's Girlfriend directed by Mark A. Reyes. In 2008 he had a part in the Joel Lamangan film "Walang Kawala" starring Polo Ravales and Joseph Bitangcol where he was tagged as the "frontal nudity king." He also did Butas, Booking, Big Time, Pipo and Heavenly Touch, where he co-starred with Paolo Serrano and Gwen Garci. He's in DMV Entertainment's indie movie I Luv DreamGuyz, directed by Joel Lamangan released in 2009. His new film is currently filming in Dipolog City with a working title Linabo.
Aside from movies he is also a television actor where he had a recurring role in Bud Brothers which was recently aired on ABS-CBN. In 2010 he got a supporting role in GMA Network's series Heaven In Your Arms starring Heart Evangelista and Katrina Halili. In August 2010, Morales was chosen for a part in the television pilot of GMA Network's Koreana playing Phillip Jung. Unfortunately his character was killed off due to his commitment in the film Linabo taken in Dipolog City.
The independent film actor arrested by the Makati police last week for leaving hotels with unpaid bills and stolen items has been released from detention after posting bail Marco Morales got out of the detention center of the Makati police station at 4 p.m. on Friday after posting an P8,000 cash bond at the Makati Regional Trial Court Branch 63 where the cases against him for estafa (fraud), concealment of true name, alarm and scandal have been lodged. Senior Superintendent Manuel Lukban, Makati police chief, said the police received a release order from Judge Wilfredo Oca of the Makati RTC on Friday and released the actor from their custody immediately.