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Jay Ilagan

Jay Ilagan
Jay Ilagan, 'Coed' 1979.jpg
Jay Ilagan from the 1979 Filipino motion picture, 'Coed'.
Born Julius Abad Ilagan
(1955-03-06)March 6, 1955
Manila, Philippines
Died February 3, 1992(1992-02-03) (aged 36)
Quezon City
Cause of death Bike Crash
Resting place Manila North Cemetery, Santa Cruz, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Occupation Actor
Years active 1964–1992
Spouse(s) Hilda Koronel (separated)
Amy Austria (partner until his death)

Jay Ilagan (March 6, 1955– February 3, 1992) was a Filipino actor. He hosted Stop, Look and Listen and starred in My Son, My Son and Going Bananas, and starred and participated in a number of movies.

Personal life

He was married to movie personality, Hilda Koronel.

Filmography

Movies

Title Year Role Notes
Moro Witch Doctor 1964 Mahmud
Santiago 1970 Danilo
Tubog sa Ginto 1971 Santi
Carmela 1973
Ato ti Bondying 1973 Bondying his 1st comedy movie
Tatlo, Dalawa, Isa 1975 Noni
Kaming Matatapang Ang Apog 1975
Fe, Esperanza, Caridad 1975 Husband of Esperanza - 2nd Episode ("Esperanza')
Ligaw Tingin, Halik Hangin 1976
Daigdig ng Lagim 1976
Minsa'y Isang Gamugamo 1976 Bonifacio Santos
Tisoy! 1977 Boy
Sino'ng Pipigil sa Pagpatak ng Ulan 1979
Salawahan 1979
Coed 1979
Aguila 1979 Osman
Kasal? 1980
Kakabakaba Ka Ba? 1980
Brutal 1980 Tato
Pabling 1981
Mga Hiwaga ng Pag-asa 1982
Kisapmata 1982
M.I.B.: Men In Brief 1983 Anthony Phillips
Bad Bananas sa Puting Tabing 1983
Sana Bukas ang Kahapon 1983
Soltero 1984 Crispin Rodriguez
Sister Stella L. 1984 Nick Fajardo
Mga Batang Yagit 1984
Bituing Walang Ningning 1985 Zosimo Blanco
Sa Totoo Lang 1985 Ipe His last comedy movie
Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas 1986
Operation; Get Victor Corpuz, the Rebel Soldier 1987
Maging Akin Ka Lamang 1987 Ernie Balboa
Paano Tatakasan Ang Bukas 1988
Nagsimula sa Puso 1990 Jim
Alyas Pogi 2 1992 Bimboy (His last movie role.)

TV Shows

Title Year Role Network
Prinsipe Abante 1977–1980 GMA Network
Goin' Bananas 1987–1991 host IBC/ABS-CBN

Death

He died in a motorcycle accident in 1992. He was 36.[1]

References

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