|Occupation Actor, comedian|
Years active 1977–2008
Spouse Elena Cermeno (m. ?–2010)
|Religion Roman Catholic|
Children Jeruie Cermeno
Name Redford White
TV shows Kokey, Haybol Rambol
|Full Name Cipriano Cermeno II|
Born December 5, 1955 (age 54) (1955-12-05) Cebu, Philippines
People also search for Babalu, Rene Requiestas, Efren Jarlego, Jeruie Cermeno, Tony Y. Reyes, Angel Labra, Ricky Santiago
Movies Haba‑baba‑doo! Puti‑puti‑poo!, I Do? I Die! (D'yos ko day), Tong tatlong tatay kon, Hee Man: Master of None, Ispiritista: Itay - May Moomoo!
Died July 25, 2010 (aged 54) Caloocan City, Philippines
Redford white succumbs to brain cancer at 54
Cipriano Cermeño II (December 5, 1955 – July 25, 2010), known by his screen name Redford White was a Filipino actor and comedian.
- Redford white succumbs to brain cancer at 54
- Redford white visited by dolphy and vic sotto
- Early life and career
- Personal life
- Illness and death
- TV shows
Redford white visited by dolphy and vic sotto
Early life and career
White first came to prominence in the late 1970s for his supporting role in the sitcom Iskul Bukol. He had a string of hits as the leading man in several 1980s comedies such as Bino and Klayd, Darakula and Hee Man: Master of None, his first major role. For several years, he starred in the TV sitcom Buddy en Sol with Eric Quizon.
In the latter part of his career, White appeared in several films for Star Cinema such as Tar-San, Ala eh... Con Bisoy! Hale-hale-hoy!: Laging panalo ang mga unggoy, and Haba-baba-doo! Puti-puti-poo! paired with various comedians including Babalu, Bonel Balingit, Carding Castro and Leo Martinez. His last film and television appearances were in Iskul Bukol 20 Years After and Palos on ABS-CBN, respectively, in 2008.
White was reportedly born with albinism, which gave rise to his screen name. He was married to Elena Cermeño and they had a daughter, Jeruie. His closest friends were his fellow Buddy En Sol co-star Eric Quizon, Vic Sotto who worked with him in the sitcom Daddy Di Do Du, singer-songwriter Jim Paredes and comedians Gabe Mercado and Leo Martinez.
Illness and death
White died at the age of 54 from lung cancer and a brain tumor on July 25, 2010 at 06:47 PST (GMT+8). He had reportedly experienced dizziness and difficulty walking, and loss of balance as early as July 2008, which the actor initially mistook for symptoms of vertigo. His physician advised magnetic resonance imaging, which White refused. He was later diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer in February 2010.