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Reynaldo Malonzo or Rey Malonzo is a former Filipino actor, film director and politician in the Philippines. He was a famous action star doing mostly martial arts in his films during the 1970s up to the 1980s.
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In the 1970s, Malonzo rose to popularity by way of kung fu and karate movies. Malonzo, together with Ramon Zamora gave rise to the so-called Pinoy Bruce Lee clones in the late 70s. They starred in such films as Bruce Liit (1978) with Nino Muhlach, Ang Hari At Ang Alas (1978), The Deadly Rookies (1978) with Rio Locsin and Kambal Dragon (1978). He did also a string of martial arts films including Chaku Master in 1974, and They Call Him Bruce Lee in 1979. In the 1980s, he became a director using his alternate name, Reginald King in his films, Pedrong Palaka (1980), Tigre Ng Sierra Madre (1982), Roman Sebastian (1983), and Maestro Bandido (1983) among others. In 1987, he starred with American actors David Anderson, Brett Baxter Clark, and Robert Patrick for the film Eye Of The Eagle.
He became a mayor for three consecutive terms in Caloocan City. In 1995, he ran for mayor and he defeated Macario 'Boy' Asistio. A year later, Asistio loyalists filed a recall petition against Malonzo. A recall election was conducted, and Malonzo emerged a winner. He reelected as mayor in the 1998 polls. In 2001, Malonzo won a third term, this time against former Congressman Luis 'Baby' Asistio.