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Enrique Gil

Enrique Gil
Enrique Gil picture.jpg
Born Enrique Mari Bacay Gil V
(1992-03-30) March 30, 1992 (age 25)
Cebu, Philippines[1]
Nationality Filipino
Years active 2008–present
Agent Star Magic (2008–present)

Enrique Mari Bacay Gil V (born March 30, 1992)[1] is a Filipino actor and dancer. He appeared in various films and television shows such as Mula Sa Puso, Budoy, Muling Buksan Ang Puso and She's the One, but he is best known for his role as Alexander "Xander" Grande III in the television series Forevermore in 2014–15, alongside Liza Soberano.[2] Since then, he has starred in the films Just The Way You Are, Everyday I Love You, Dukot, and the drama television series Dolce Amore. In 2017, he played as the lead actor in the romantic comedy film My Ex and Whys.

Early life

Enrique was born on March 30, 1992 in Cebu City.[3] He is the second son of Enrique Amadeo Gil III and Barbara Anne Bacay.[1] His father is Spanish while his mother is of Filipino, German, and Spanish descent.[4] He has an elder brother named Enrique Javier (Javy) and a younger sister named Diandra Frances (Andie).[citation needed] His parents used to work as flight attendants for Philippine Airlines. He finished primary school at the Montessori De Manila, a private institute inside the BF Executive Village (Venice Street) in Las Piñas, and secondary school in 2008 from Manresa School in Parañaque.[5][6] He then went to San Beda College Alabang to pursue Information Technology, but he decided to put his studies on hold because he wanted to focus on his acting career. He is currently enrolled in the Business Management program under the Pearson HND Programme leading to Top-Up Degree with De Montfort University (DMU) UK. DMU which is one of the top 54 teaching universities in UK, is the partner University of Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU). Because of his busy schedule, SISFU fashioned a programme wherein students with unpredictable schedules could be accommodated without prejudice to their class requirements.[7] He is a cousin of Paul Salas and is also related to Dingdong Dantes.[8]


Enrique started acting in the summer of 2008. He was 16 years old then, and boredom led him to enroll in commercial modeling and musical theater workshops conducted by Trumpets.[9] He appeared in a series of TV commercials, including a Lewis and Pearl's ad, alongside Coleen Garcia. He was later launched as part of ABS-CBN's Star Magic Circle Batch 16. He landed his first television role in the action-drama series Pieta where he played Harold.[5] Before Pieta, he has made a cameo appearance in I Love Betty La Fea as one of the Ecomodels.

In 2009, During the taping of Pieta, his mom convinced him to audition in the sitcom George and Cecil. As soon as head writer and director Joey Reyes saw Enrique, he immediately cast him to be on the show.[5] Later he was also cast in the indie film Pitas as a brother of the lead actress, Kristel Moreno.[10]

In 2010, he co-starred in the indie war film Diego and His Brothers.[10][11] He joined ASAP XV as one of Star Magic's "Gigger Boys" in April[12] and in May, co-starred in the teleserye Rosalka, in which he played the character of Andrew. He was originally set to appear in Kokey @ Ako,[13] but his character was written off in favor of Jason Francisco. In October, he was given the role of Joco, the younger brother of Paolo Barredo (Gerald Anderson), in the film Till My Heartaches End.[14] He also got his first hosting stint in the ABS-CBN teen variety show, Shoutout![15]

In 2011, Shoutout! was revamped and renamed to Shoutout!: Level Up, but the show was eventually cancelled due to poor ratings. He played Jim in the 10th episode of Your Song Presents: Kim. He got his break when he was cast to play Michael Miranda — originally played by Diether Ocampo — in the 2011 remake of Mula Sa Puso.[16] He played Troy Cabrera in Good Vibes.[17] Gil admitted, during the Good Vibes press conference, that he was set to appear in the ABS-CBN's remake of María la del Barrio but had to let go of his role due to conflicting schedules.[17] He replaced Albie Casiño in the Star Cinema film Way Back Home — the film debut of Kathryn Bernardo and Julia Montes.[18][19] He appeared as BJ Maniego in Budoy.[20] He was featured in Zia Quizon's Music Video debut entitled Ako Na Lang.

In 2012, he starred as Dasho Jao Rinpoche in Princess and I. He was also cast in the movie The Reunion, a Filipino teen romantic comedy film directed by Frasco Mortiz[21] and was included in the movie Amorosa, making this his first horror film.[22] Later in the year, he appeared in The Strangers, one of the official entries for the 38th Metro Manila Film Festival. This was his first MMFF movie.[23]

In 2013 Gil joined the PETA campaign Free Mali to transfer her from the Manila zoo to Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand. Mali is the only captive elephant in the Philippines and has been in captivity for the majority of her life, alone, in a tiny enclosure and in need of proper care.[24] On the same year, he was featured in Myrtle Sarrosa's Mr. Kupido music video, which was released in February. Enrique also portrayed Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile on Maalaala Mo Kaya.[25] Following this, he appeared in a number of new projects such as Muling Buksan Ang Puso series, alongside Julia Montes and Enchong Dee.

Enrique Gil performing in Toronto, 2014

In September 2013, it was announced that he will be part of the movie She's The One with Bea Alonzo and Dingdong Dantes; many considered this his breakthrough film as an actor.[26][27] He released a debut dance album under Star Records entitled King of the Gil.[28] Later in the year, Gil conquered the Smart-Araneta Coliseum for his first dance concert with Special guests Angel Locsin, Vice Ganda, Kim Chiu, Kathryn Bernardo, Vhong Navarro, Jhong Hilario, Arron Villaflor, Rayver Cruz, Martin del Rosario, Arjo Atayde, Ejay Falcon, gloc-9, Young JV, G-force, The Streetboys and his co-star from The Reunion, The Strangers and Muling Buksan Ang Puso leading lady Julia Montes.[29] Before proving his dancing prowess in his King of the Gil concert, Gil debuted on radio drama via "Dear M.O.R. Special" on "My Only Radio (MOR) 101.9 For Life!" and "MOR TV." He portrayed Carlo, a hopeless romantic guy who gives everything to his liberated and dominant girlfriend Lois, who will be played by FM radio's first-ever roving DJ and Darling ng Masa Eva Ronda.[30]

In 2014, he replaced Kiko Estrada in the fantasy series Mirabella[31] — the debut project of Julia Barretto.[32][33] On February 26, the wattpad author HaveYouSeenThisGirL admitted via Twitter that Gil was really supposed to be in the film adaptation of Diary ng Panget but refused to tell why it didn't push through.[34] On March 1, he launched his single "Do The Moves" with Sarah Geronimo and Its youth-oriented music video was released on March 8.[35] March 16, Gil confirms that he is part of the film The Trial as Martin, the best friend of Ronald (John Lloyd Cruz).[36] On May 18, Gil was awarded as the Most Promising Male Star of the Year at the 45th Box Office Entertainment Awards of the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation.[37] On June 25, Star Cinema announced that Gil alongside Liza Soberano will lead the film adaptation of Kimberly Joy Villanueva's novel The Bet.[38] On August 21, Gil took part in ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra's debut album "Decades of OPM" together with Abra doing their version of "Totoy Bibo."[39] Following this, he was cast in a lead role for the 2014 romantic drama television series Forevermore as the rebellious, broken hotel company heir Alexander "Xander" Grande III who falls in love with a simple farmer girl, Maria Agnes Calay, played by Liza Soberano.[40][41]

In 2015, it was announced that instead of using the original title of the novel, The Bet, for its film adaptation, it was renamed as Just The Way You Are. The reason was because its namesake song, "Just The Way You Are" by Bruno Mars, follows the story of the novel. It was released on June 17, 2015.

In October 2015, after their hit film Just The Way You Are, Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano starred in a romantic movie, Everyday I Love You, this time with actor Gerald Anderson. In the movie, Gil plays Ethan, who falls in love with Bacolod lass Audrey (Soberano), who is in a relationship with Tristan (Anderson).[42]

In February 2016, following the phenomenal success of Forevermore, Gil and Soberano returned to prime time to give viewers a taste of love's sweetness in the romantic drama, Dolce Amore, in which he played the role of Simon Vicente "TenTen" Ibarra, a poor and hardworking Manila boy who will do anything for his family.[43] In July 2016, Gil was the lead actor in the action movie Dukot, which was based on a real kidnapping incident in the country more than eight years ago. It was helmed by director Paul Soriano and was co-produced by Star Cinema.[44]

In 2017, Gil starred in the romantic comedy drama film My Ex and Whys opposite Liza Soberano, directed by Cathy Garcia Molina who had previously worked with them in the romantic comedy television series Forevermore.[45] The movie was released in February 2017, grossing ₱31.5 million on its first day.[46]

Personal life

Gil had dated Good Vibes co-star Coleen Garcia from 2010–2011.[47] In January 2015, he admitted being smitten with Liza Soberano, his then-onscreen partner in the TV series Forevermore. On her part, Soberano said she was "willing to wait" until she turns 18 and allowed to have a boyfriend.[48] Later on, he confirmed that they have an exclusive relationship.[49] In 2016, the actor revealed on Tonight with Boy Abunda that he and Soberano had already treated each other as a couple. Soberano, however, clarified that they are not officially dating but said that they will get there when the right time comes, and when her parents have given them consent to be together.[50][51]

In October 2016, he enrolled in Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities taking up business administration, alongside Soberano.[52]



Year Title Role Notes
2008 I Love Betty La Fea Himself/Ecomodel Cameo
2008 Pieta Harold Guest
2009 George and Cecil Carlo Barredo
2010 Shoutout! Himself Host
2010 Rosalka Andrew
2010 Maynila Mark Episode: Dangerous Charade
2010 ASAP Himself Host/Performer (2010–Present)
2010 Mara Clara Mara's Sweet Sixteen escort Uncredited
2011 100 Days to Heaven Teen Bobby Ramirez Special Participation
2011 Good Vibes Troy Cabrera
2011 Mula Sa Puso Michael Miranda
2011 Your Song Jim Your Song Presents: Kim
2011 Shoutout!: Level Up Himself Performer
2011-12 Budoy Benjamin "BJ" Maniego / Dimalanta / Chavez
2012 Maynila Tim Episode: Star Collision
2012-13 Princess and I Dasho Jan Alfonso "Jao" Rinpoche
2013 Maalaala Mo Kaya Juan Ponce Enrile Episode: Sapatos
2013 Maalaala Mo Kaya Juan Ponce Enrile Episode: Diploma
2013 Muling Buksan Ang Puso Francis Dela Vega / Francis B. Andrada
2014 Mirabella Jeremy Palmera
2014-15 Forevermore Alexander "Xander" Grande III
2016 Dolce Amore Simon Vicente "Tenten" Ibarra
2018 Bagani Rigor / Bagani


Year Title Role Notes Source
2010 Diego and His Brothers Anton Short Film [11]
2010 Pitas [53]
2010 Till My Heartaches End Jaco Barredo [14]
2011 Way Back Home Michael Estacio [19]
2012 The Reunion Boggs Alvarez [21]
2012 Amorosa: The Revenge Rommel [22]
2012 The Strangers Kirk [23]
2013 Must Be... Love Dave Cameo [54]
2013 She's The One David Esguerra [27]
2014 The Trial Martin Bien [36]
2015 Just The Way You Are Drake Sison Based on the Wattpad book The Bet. [38]
2015 Everyday I Love You Ethan Alfaro
2016 Dukot Carlo Sandoval Indie Film [55]
2017 My Ex and Whys Sergio "Gio" Martinez
2017 Seven Sundays Dexter "Dex" Bonifacio


Awards and nominations

Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result
2011 ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Awards Pop Cutie[58] Nominated
5th Star Magic Ball Breakout Style1 Won
2012 Myx Music Awards Favorite Guest Appearance In A Music Video[59] Zia Quizon's Ako Na Lang Nominated
Yahoo! OMG! Awards Most Promising Actor[60] Won
14th Gawad PASADO Awards PINAKAPASADOng Dangal ng Kabataan2 Won
60th FAMAS Awards German Moreno Youth Achievement Award3 Included
ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Awards[61] Pop Cameo in a Music Video Zia Quizon's Ako Na Lang Nominated
Pop Male Fashionista Nominated
Pop Pin-Up Boy Nominated
Pop Male Cutie Nominated
Tween Popsies4 Nominated
2013 Yahoo! OMG! Awards Breakthrough Actor[62] Won
ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Awards[63] Pop Cameo in a Music Video Myrtle Sarrosa's Mr. Kupido Nominated
Pop Male Fashionista Nominated
Pop Cover Boy Nominated
Choice Ko Yum! Awards Local Choice Male Heartthrob[64] Won
2014 Myx Music Awards Favorite Guest Appearance In A Music Video[65] Myrtle Sarrosa's Mr. Kupido Nominated
2014 Candy Readers' Choice Awards Best Actor[66] Won
45th GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards Most Promising Male Star of the Year[67] Won
62nd FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actor[68] She's The One Nominated
Anak TV Awards "Makabata Stars" awardee7 Included
ASAP Pop Viewers Choice Awards[69][70] Pop Male Fashionista Won
Pop Pin Up Boy Nominated
1st Pep List Choice Awards Celebrity Pair of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
2015 2nd Pep List Choice Awards Celebrity Pair of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
2015 Candy Readers' Choice Awards Favorite Actor Nominated
Favorite Loveteam (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
29th PMPC Star Awards for Television[71] German Moreno's Power Tandem Award (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Push Awards[72][73] Awesome Selfie King Won
PushLike Most Liked Group or Tandem (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
PushTweet Most Liked Group or Tandem (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
Most Popular Male Celebrity Won
PushGram Most Loved Group or Tandem (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
PushPlay Best Group or Tandem Won
ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards[74] Pop Teen Heartthrob Nominated
Pop Teen Love Team (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
Pop Teen Fans Club (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
RAWR Awards[75] Trending Love Team of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
Celebrity of the Year (Male) Nominated
Fan Club of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
Viral Video of the Year Nominated
28th Aliw Awards Best Male Performer in Mall Shows Nominated
ALTA Media Icon Awards[76] Most Promising Male Star Won
Best Love Team (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Anak TV Seal Awards[77] Makabata Star Awardee Included
2016 2016 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Pinoy Personality Nominated
47th GMMSF Box Office Entertainment Awards[78] Most Popular Love Team of Movies and TV (shared with Liza Soberano) Forevermore, Just the Way You Are, Everyday I Love You Won
32nd PMPC Star Awards for Movies[79] Movie Love Team of the Year (Special Award) (shared with Liza Soberano) Everyday I Love You Nominated
3rd Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards[80] Best TV Actor Forevermore Won
3rd Pep List Choice Awards[81] Newsmaker of the Year Nominated
Male Movie Star of the Year Nominated
Celebrity Pair of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
6th EdukCircle Awards Drama Actor of the Year Dolce Amore Nominated
Most Influential Love Team of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
10 Most Influential Celebrity Endorsers of the Year Won
Tonight with Boy Abunda: 1st Abundant Awards Hottest Newsmaker (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Most Kilig Revelation (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
30th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actor Dolce Amore Nominated
Push Awards Push Ultimate Fan (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
3rd Star Cinema Awards [82] Favorite Trending Sensation - #ViralRoyalty (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Favorite Fandom - #SquadGoals (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Favorite Love Team - #CoupleGoals (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Anak TV Seal Awards[83] Makabata Star Awardee Included
ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards Pop Fans Club (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Pop Love Team (shared with Liza Soberano) Nominated
RAWR Awards Favorite Actor of the Year [84] Won
Popular Love Team (shared with Liza Soberano) [85] Won
Fan Club of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) [86] Won
2nd Illumine Innovation Awards for Television Most Innovative TV Love Team (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
2017 19th Gawad PASADO Awards Pinakapasadong Aktor Dukot Won
Golden Laurel Lyceans' Choice Media Awards Most Popular Love Team (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
Centro Escolar University Mass Communication Awards for Media and the Arts Excellence Awardee in the Field of Entertainment TV Dolce Amore Won
48th GMMSF Box Office Entertainment Awards[87] Most Popular Love Team of the Year (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
7th EdukCircle Awards Most Influential Film Actor of the Year My Ex and Whys Won
Most Influential Male Endorsers of the Year Won
Best Actor in a TV Series Dolce Amore Nominated
11th Star Magic Ball Couple of the Night (shared with Liza Soberano) [88] Won
Alta Media Icon Awards Best Loveteam (shared with Liza Soberano) Won
ASAP Pop Teen Awards Pop Hearthrob Won
Pop Love Team (shared with Liza Soberano) [89] Won
Pop Fans Club (shared with Liza Soberano) Won


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