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Piolo's Biography

Piolo Jose "PJ" Nonato Pascual, born January 12, 1977 at Manila, Philippines is a Filipino singer, actor, TV host, model & member of the group Hunks

TV Series
La Luna Sangre (2017) (Currently Airing in the Philippines)
Maalaala Mo Kaya (2017) (Episode: "Upuan")
Home Sweetie Home (2014)
Hawak-Kamay (2014)
Apoy sa Dagat (2013)
Dahil sa Pag-ibig (2012)
Maalaala Mo Kaya (2012) (Episode: "Sumpak")
MMK: Dalawang Dekada Documentary Special (2011)
Maalaala Mo Kaya (2011) (Episode: "Traysikel")
Noah (2010)
May Bukas Pa (2010)
Maalaala Mo Kaya (2010) (Episode: "Kalapati" at "Makinilya")
Lovers in Paris (2009)
Lobo (2008)
Walang Kapalit (2007)
Maalaala Mo Kaya (2006) (Episode: "Piso")
Sa piling mo (2006)
Bora: Sons of the Beach (2005)
Mangarap Ka (2004)
Buttercup (2003)
Masayang tanghali bayan (2003)
Sa puso ko, iingatan ka (2001)
Esperanza (1997)
* Sa sandaling Kailangan mo ako Book 1 and 2

Movies
Northern Lights: A Journey to Love (2017)
Love Me Tomorrow (2016)
A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery (2016)
Etiquette for Mistresses (2015)
Silong (2015)
The Breakup Playlist (2015)
Relaks, It's Just Pag-Ibig (2014)
Starting Over Again (2014)
On The Job (2013)
24/7 in Love (2012)
Every Breath U Take (2012)
Ang Tanging Ina Mo (Last na 'To!) (2010)
Manila (2009)
Love Me Again (2009)
Chopsuey (2007)
Paano Kita Iibigin (2007)
Kagat ng Dilim (2006)
Don't Give Up on Us (2006)
D' Anothers (2005)
Dreamboy (2005)
Milan (2004)
Till There Was You (2003)
Dekada '70 (2002)
9 Mornings (2002)
Jologs (2002)
I Think I'm in Love (2002)
Bakit 'di totohanin (2001)
Mila (2001)
Kahit isang saglit (2000)
Lagarista (2000)
Esperanza: The Movie (1999)
Batang PX (1997)

History
At 17 appeared in the now defunct teen variety show That's Entertainment. He had bit roles here and there, playing a victim in slasher films like the Vizconde Massacre II. He later got a role in a kiddie show ATBP.
He joined a series called Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako (When You Need Me), playing the menacing playboy villain --Raffy in the soap. Later, he got a breakthrough role in Lagarista directed by Mel Chonglo which got him international acclaim in Toronto and New York.
He was paired up with Judy Ann Santos in Kahit Isang Saglit. They later did other hit soaps, Esperanza and Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka. He also starred with her in movies: Bakit di Totohanin and Til There Was You. They teamed up once again in 2006 in the movie Don't Give Up On Us, in which he performed the title theme of that movie.
In 2001 he starred in a Sprite campaign. The premise? When a schoolgirl played by then unknown comedienne, Toni Gonzaga, could not help but scream "I love you, Piolo!!!!" at the mere sight of him.
In 2002, he appeared with Philippine's Star for All Seasons Vilma Santos, veteran actor Christopher de Leon, and co-Hunks Carlos Agassi in Dekada '70, a film based on Lualhati Bautista's novel of the same title about Amada Bartole and her family's struggle during the Marcos regime in the Philippines. Pascual received numerous awards for his portrail of an activist.
In the year 2003, Pascual released his first album, My Gift, and had a series of concert of the same name. By 2004, he appeared in Star Cinema's Milan with actress, Claudine Barretto. He also played a modern day Robin Hood named Oslec in TV Series Mangarap Ka. He also performed Closer You and I, the theme song to the Tagalised Korean TV series Princess Lulu.
He has a son, Inigo. Piolo is a Born-Again Christian, ever since 2003 when he converted. He's a member of a fellowship that helps educate the youth, a member of the Red Cross and has led Knowledge Channel runs to help out public schools.
Pascual is a member of ABS-CBN's Star Magic. He celebrated his 10th year anniversary in 2007 with a coffee table book (Piolo: Believing), a fifth solo album (Timeless), and a solo concert in Araneta Coliseum.
In 2008, he starred in a fantasy TV series Lobo together with Angel Locsin. The show gained accolades from Banff World Media Festival and International Emmy Awards.
In 2009, Pascual became a producer for Manila, an independent twinbill film under Bicycle Pictures. After its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2009, Manila had its official Philippine premiere in cinemas in July 2009 as the opening film of the 5th Cinemalaya Film Festival. He starred in the Philippine version of Lovers in Paris together with KC Concepcion the same year. Together with some directors and writers, Pascual created his film studio, Spring Films, which is known for its popular Kimmy Dora movie series.
In 2013, Pascual went to Cannes once again with the movie On The Job.

 

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