Robin Padilla

Known as “The Bad Boy of Philippine Cinema,” Robin Padilla is one of the country’s most famous movie stars. He reigned supreme during the 1990s when he played some of the most iconic roles in movies such as Anak ni Baby Ama and Bad Boy.

Robinhood Fernando Carino Padilla was born on November 23, 1967. Also known as Binoe or Binoy by his fans and colleagues in showbiz, he became one of the top hitmakers of Viva Films along with other big names such as Sharon Cuneta and Andrew E. Robin was at the peak of his career when he got arrested for illegal possession of firearms during the mid-1990s. He got several years of jail time. While he was incarcerated, Robin converted to Islam and worked on transforming his image when he was released in 1998 and got back to his movie career. Instead of resuming his bad boy image, Robin reinvented himself and starred with Maricel Soriano in Tulak ng Bibig, Kabig ng Dibdib, a love story.

The star got out of his contract with Viva Films and decided to cross over to television. Proving that he can succeed in any movie genre aside from action, he starred in the comedy show Pwedeng-Pwede with Redford White and Kris Aquino. He also did several movies such as the comedy La Visa Loca and the horror-thriller Kulimlim. Robin got rave reviews from critics for his performances and even won the Best Actor trophy in the 2006 Urian Awards.

Robin signed with GMA network and was cast opposite Angel Locsin in the hit primetime series Asian Treasures. Afterwards, he was paired with Regine Velasquez for the film Till I Met You, which became a blockbuster hit. With his string of successful movies and TV shoes, Robin Padilla proves that he is indeed worthy of the superstar status that his adoring fans had given him.

Aside from his acting career and numerous commercial endorsements, Robin has been busy with his charitable works for Muslim children. He also became active with Muay thai, and donated more than a million pesos to the Muay Association of the Philippines.

Robin Padilla’s Personal Life

Robin’s good looks and bad-boy charm linked with some of showbiz’s biggest and most beautiful actresses. Vina Morales, Ruffa Gutierrez, Joyce Jimenez and Sharon Cuneta were among some of the stars that he allegedly got involved with. But the actor is now happily married to Liezl Sicangco and has four children with her.

Robin Padilla Filmography

Here is the list of movies and television performances of Robin Padilla:

Movies

  • Sundo (2009)
  • Paano ginawa ang isang Robin Padilla (2008)
  • Ikaw Pa Rin, Bongga Ka Boy! (2008)
  • Triple Romance (2008)
  • Brown Twelve (2008)
  • Blackout (2007)
  • Till I Met You (2006)
  • La Visa loca (2005)
  • Kulimlim (2004)
  • Astig (2004)
  • Alab ng Lahi (2003)
  • You and Me Against the World (2003)
  • Jeannie, Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang (2002)
  • Videoke King (2002)
  • Hari ng Selda – Anak ni Baby Ama 2 (2001)
  • Pagdating ng Panahon (2001)
  • Buhay Kamao (2001)
  • Ooops, Teka Lang… Diskarte ko ‘to! (2001)
  • Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw (2000)
  • Eto na naman ako (2000)
  • Tunay na tunay: Gets mo? Gets ko! (2000)
  • Bilib ako sa’yo (1999)
  • Di pwedeng hindi puwede (1999)
  • Tulak ng Bibig Kabig ng Dibdib (1998)
  • Anak, pagsubok lamang (1997)
  • P’re hanggang sa huli (1994)
  • Mistah (1994)
  • Lab kita, bilib ka ba? (1994)
  • Di na natuto (1993)
  • Oo na Sige na “Magtigil Ka Lang” (1993)
  • Makuha Ka Sa Tingin (kung puede lang) (1993)
  • Gagay: Prinsesa ng brownout (1993)
  • Engkanto (1992)
  • Manila Boy (1992)
  • Miss na Miss Kita: Ang Utol Kong Hoodlum 2 (1992)
  • Bad Boy 2 (1992)
  • Grease Gun Gang (1991)
  • Ang Utol Kong Hoodlum (1991)
  • Maging Sino Ka Man (1991)
  • Hinukay Ko na ang Libingan mo (1991)
  • Anak ni Baby Ama (1990)
  • Bad Boy (1990)
  • Walang Awa Kung Pumatay (1990)
  • Barumbado (1990)
  • Sa Diyos Lang ako Susuko (1989)
  • Hindi Pahuhuli ng Buhay (1989)
  • Delima Gang (1989)
  • Eagle Squad (1989)
  • Carnap King: The Randy Padilla Story (1988)
  • Sa Likod ng Kasalanan (1988)
  • Alega Gang: Public Enemy No. 1 of Cebu (1988)
  • Bagets Gang (1986)
  • Public Enemy #2 (1985)
  • Bala ko ang hahatol (1985)

Television

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