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Actor, Model

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Martin Rosario


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Full Name
Martin Miguel Mangay del Rosario

November 25, 1991 (age 28) (

Star Magic (2007–2013)ALV Talent Circuit (2013–present)GMA Artist Center (2014-present)

Maria Teresa Mangay, Robert del Rosario

PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Single Performance by an Actor

The Healing, Amorosa, Dark Clouds, The Adventures of Pureza

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Martin Miguel Mangay del Rosario (born November 25, 1991), also known by his screen name as Martin del Rosario, is a Filipino actor and model who is known for his portrayal of Norberto Matias in the 2011 drama series Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin and as Severino Monzon in the TV adaptation of Pintada in 2012.


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del Rosario received his very first award as an actor in 2011 from the film Dagim naming him as the Breakthrough Performance by An Actor by the Entertainment Press Society for his role as Jun. He was also awarded, the same year, as the New Movie Actor of the Year by the Philippine Movie Press Club.

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On September 2 of 2014, after six years of being a talent of ABS-CBN under Star Magic, del Rosario signed an exclusive contract with GMA Network. Prior to this, del Rosario was already seen in some of GMA Network shows such as Rhodora X and Magpakailanman. Now under GMA Artist Center, he is set to appear in the 2016 political-series Naku, Boss Ko!.

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Early and personal life

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Martin del Rosario was born on November 25, 1991 to Robert del Rosario, a landscape artist who had a small stint in show business on his early years, and Maria Teresa "Tet" del Rosario, a company executive and the sister of character actress Ces Quesada. He finished his high school studies as salutatorian in Lourdes School of Quezon City and took up BA Broadcast Communication at the University of the Philippines Diliman.

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He's the eldest of three siblings, Kim and the youngest Denise, and the nephew of broadcast journalist Connie Sison.

Early years

del Rosario was in his second year high school when he was spotted by talent scout Jun Reyes, who was in a cab, in front of Lourdes School in 2007. He was on his way La Loma to buy lechon for Gerald Anderson's birthday party when del Rosario caught his attention. Reyes left him a calling card and asked for his phone number. del Rosario gave Reyes his mom's phone number. He then went to ABS-CBN for acting workshops.


His first television role was playing Ray Avellino in Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur Luv. He also played the younger brother of Roxanne Guinoo in Sineserye Presents: Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos? in the same year.

When Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur Luv Ur Lyf 2 ended in 2008, he appeared in another two seasons of Star Magic Presents namely: Astigs in Haay...skul lyf and Astigs in Luvin' Lyf. He appeared in three episodes of Maalaala Mo Kaya in 2008. He also landed a supporting role in ABS-CBN's prime time drama Iisa Pa Lamang.

In 2009, he played a molested teenager in the "Boarding House" episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya. He was cast as Otap, the main antagonist, of Your Song Presents: Boystown. He then went on to appear in two more episodes of Maalaala Mo Kaya in the same year. He also had a special participation in May Bukas Pa and a supporting role in Katorse.

Del Rosario made his film debut in 2010. He had a supporting role in Star Cinema's Till My Heartaches End and a lead role in the indie film Dagim. According to del Rosario, his first film was Dagim but Till My Heartaches End came out in cinemas earlier. In television, he appeared in the afternoon drama series Magkano Ang Iyong Dangal? and Juanita Banana. He also portrayed gay roles in the "Headband" episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya and in the horror-fantasy drama TV series Rosalka.

In 2011, Del Rosario made a cameo appearance in the 2010 remake of Mara Clara and was cast as Norberto Matias in Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin. While filming a fight scene in Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, del Rosario accidentally shot Andi Eigenmann with a blank bullet. Eigenmann was rushed to the St. Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City. The actress suffered second degree burns. Del Rosario later apologized for the accident. He received his first acting award in the same year. He won "Breakthrough Performance by an Actor" for the film Dagim in the 8th Golden Screen Awards presented by the Entertainment Press Society, Inc. He also won the "New Movie Actor of the Year" award, for the same film, in the 27th PMPC Star Awards for Movies. He played Ulam the brother of Pura, played by Melai Cantiveros, in the film The Adventures of Pureza, directed by Soxie Topacio.

In 2012, he was the lead actor of Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Pintada, together with Denise Laurel. It was directed by Cathy Garcia Molina.


del Rosario was first seen on GMA Network as Martin Aquino in the psychological drama series Rhodora X, this is after he was released by his previous network ABS-CBN. On September 2, 2014, along with Camille Prats and Kiko Estrada, del Rosario officially inked an exclusive contract with GMA Network. In 2015, Del Rosario appeared in afternoon drama series Buena Familia. He had a guest appearance in the primetime series Pari 'Koy as the gay lover of Sam Evangelista, Jr. played by Hiro Peralta and in Beautiful Strangers as Oliver Lacsamana.

In 2016, del Rosario became part of the cast of Dangwa as Miguel in its last two weeks. The same year, he starred as Caloy Manalastas in the political-drama series Naku, Boss Ko! with Ruru Madrid and Gabbi Garcia.


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