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Lilia Cuntapay


Lilia Cuntapay September 16, 1935 – August 20, 2016 was a Filipina-Brazillian actress Born in the city of Brasilia Brazil, whose debut role was in the Filipino horror film series Shake Rattle and Roll in 1991 Thereafter, she was dubbed the "Queen of Philippine Horror Movies" due to her roles in many subsequent horror films She found acclaim for her first leading role, in the film Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay, which won her an award as Best Actress in the 2011 CinemaOne Originals Digital Film Festival One of Cuntapay's final TV appearances was in the teleserye Ang Probinsyano

Contents

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Career
    • 21 Horror movie extra
    • 22 Television appearances
    • 23 Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay and onwards
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Death
  • 5 Filmography
    • 51 Television
    • 52 Films
  • 6 Awards and nominations
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Early life

Cuntapay was born in the Cabiraoan village of Gonzaga, Cagayan, on September 16, 1935 After she earned her BS degree in Education, she taught in the primary school levels in Tuguegarao After Cuntapay stopped teaching, she ventured into the buy-and-sell trade She also worked in various office staff-level positions in the National Police Commission NAPOLCOM

Career

Horror movie extra

Cuntapay was among the 40 actors trained in the first batch of acting workshops conducted by Lori Reyes and Peque Gallaga for LVN Pictures

In 1991, Cuntapay played the spooky nanny of Kris Aquino's character in Shake Rattle & Roll 3, and in the following year she was cast to play a character identified as an "aswang" —a role for which she would later be typecast in many subsequent movie appearances, and these earned her the title "Queen of Philippine Horror Movies" After her death a film critic, who assessed the top five performancess of Cuntapay's career, said that in her role for the 1992 film Aswang :

Cuntapay was casted as the neighbor thought to be the aswang terrorizing the barrio This is the start of the flood of horror movie offers

Television appearances

In 2009, Cuntapay appeared as an albularyo in the ABS-CBN afternoon TV series Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Bud Brothers She was featured in the Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho 2009 Halloween Special She appeared as Rosanna, a role which she shared with Maricar Reyes, in the Midnight DJ episode named "Kwentas ng Mangkukulam" Cuntapay was also cast as Miley Cyrus in Lokomoko High's spoof of the Party in the USA music video At the end of the year, she had a minor role in the film Nobody, Nobody But Juan — an entry to the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival

In 2010, Cuntapay played an old lady in The Last Prince and a fairy disguised as an old lady in the "Inday Bote" episode of Wansapanataym The following year, she played Upeng in the mini-series Sa Ngalan ng Ina, the first offering of TV5's TV5 Miniserye series in the latter part of 2011

Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay and onwards

Cuntapay played a fictionalized version of herself in the indie mockumentary Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay—described as a bittersweet fictional account on Cuntapay's life as a Philippine showbiz extra, an entry to the 2011 Cinema One Originals and directed by Antoinette H Jadaone The film won six awards in the 2011 Cinema One Originals Digital Film Festival, including a Best Actress award for Cuntapay

Cuntapay's last film appearance was My Bebe Love in 2015, which was an entry in the 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival Cuntapay's final TV show appearance was in the action series Ang Probinsyano

Personal life

Cuntapay had never been married but adopted 3 children namely: Gilmore, Magdalena and Elma

Death

On August 5, 2016, it was confirmed that Cuntapay suffered from a spinal cord illness and that she was unable to walk She sought help from her friends and colleagues in the film industry to be able to raise money for her treatment On August 20, at about 6 am, Cuntapay died in her son's home at Barangay Tartarabang in Pinili, Ilocos Norte; she was 80

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Notes Source
1995 Maalaala Mo Kaya Episode: "Balon"
2009 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Bud Brothers Tandang Casimsiman Tioleko Uncredited
2009 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho Herself Episode: "Halloween Stars, Late Celebrities, and Death and Tradition"
2009 Midnight DJ Rosanna Guest, Episode: "Kwentas ng Mangkukulam"
2009 Lokomoko High Miley Cyrus Guest, "LBM" segment, "Party in the USA" spoof
2010 The Last Prince Old lady Guest, 1 episode Role is patterned after the old hag in Snow White
2010 Wansapanataym Old lady/Fairy Episode: "Inday Bote" Parts 1 & 2
2011 Spooky Nights Old lady Guest, Episode: "Snow White Lady and the Seven Ghost"
2011 Maalaala Mo Kaya Albularyo Episode: Wig
2011 Captain Barbell Ang Pagbabalik Faustina Guest, 2 episodes
2011 TV5 Miniserye: Sa Ngalan ng Ina Yaya Upeng
2011 Tunay na Buhay Herself
2011 Spooky Nights Maria Episode: "Panata"
2012 Wansapanataym Old Lady Episode: "Water Willy"
2012 Felina: Prinsesa ng mga Pusa Madam Lucilla
2012 It's Showtime Herself Guest, 1 episode
2012 Luv U Old Ms Casimsiman Guest, 1 episode
2012 Third Eye Ursula Episode: "Sirena sa Breakwater"
2012 Artista Academy Herself - Challenger
2012 TodaMax White Lady
2012 Enchanted Garden Oracula
2013 Juan dela Cruz Babaylan
2013 Cassandra: Warrior Angel Aling Ursula
2013 Maynila Lola Chedeng Episode: "Haunted House for Love"
2013 Got to Believe Yaya Yiling
2014 Forevermore Aunor
2016 Juan Tamad Caretaker
2016 Sāq Al-bāmbū
2016 Ang Probinsyano Aling Loring Layug Last television appearance

Films

Year Title Role Notes Source
1986 Sabik Kasalanan Ba Aling Berta Uncredited
1991 Shake, Rattle & Roll III Yaya Segment: "Yaya"
1992 Aswang Old Aswang
1992 Shake, Rattle & Roll IV Aling Iya Segment: "Ang Madre"
1992 Ali in Wonderland Aling Iya
1994 Once Upon a Time in Manila Naked Old Woman Uncredited
1994 Bala At Lipistik Lola Sepa
1994 Darna! Ang Pagbabalik Old Valentina Alternative title: Darna: The Return
1994 Fatima Buen Story The Omen III Credited as "Lilia Cantupay"
1994 Shake, Rattle & Roll V Woman in the Bathroom Segment: "Impakto"
1996 Madrasta Fides' maid
1996 Ibong Adarna Movie Witch Uncredited
1996 Magic Temple Townspeople Uncredited
1997 Anak Ng Dilim Komadrona Uncredited
1997 Sanggano Old woman Credited as "Lydia Cuntapay"
1998 Curacha ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga Old woman in church Credited as "Lilian Cuntapay"
1998 Babae sa Bubungang Lata Bangkay
1998 TatayNic Old Woman
1999 Isprikitik: Walastik Kung Pumitik Old woman in bikini
1999 Brokedown Palace Old Prisoner
1999 Dugo Ng Birhen: El Kapitan Medicine Woman
2000 Pangarap ng Puso Jose's Grandmother
2002 I Think I'm in Love Ising's rival in Trip to Jerusalem
2002 Bakat Old Woman
2002 Lapu-Lapu Babaylan
2003 Babae sa Breakwater Serena
2003 Spirit Warriors: The Shortcut
2005 Bahay ni Lola 2 Old Lady Ghost
2006 Sukob
2007 Pasukob Pacing
2008 Scaregivers Tandang Luring
2008 Photoshoot Ghost
2009 Nobody, Nobody But Juan Belmont Village Resident Credited as "Lydia Cuntapay"
2011 Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay Herself Won — Cinema One Originals Digital Film Festival Best Actress
Nominated — Gawad Urian Award for Best Actress
2011 Segunda Mano Church Caretaker
2011 My Lai Four
2011 Enteng Ng Ina Mo Old Lover
2012 Boy Pick-Up: The Movie Lilia
2012 Oh My Goth! Short film
2012 REquieme! Aling Isang
2012 Amorosa Lulu
2013 Coming Soon
2013 Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo
2014 Echoserang Frog
2013 Ibong Adarna: The Pinoy Adventure Bruha
2014 Kamandag ni Venus
2015 My Bebe Love Mrs Sesmundo Last film appearance

Awards and nominations

Year Work Award Category Result Source
2011 Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay Cinema One Originals Digital Film Festival Best Actress Won
Gawad Urian Award Best Actress Nominated

Tied with Maricar Reyes for Anatomiya ng Korupsiyon

References

  1. ^ a b "'Horror Queen' Lilia Cuntapay, yumao na" in Filipino ABS-CBN News 2016-08-20 Retrieved 2016-08-22 
  2. ^ a b "Lilia Cuntapay of PHL horror film series dies at 80" GMA News 2016-08-20 Retrieved 2016-08-20 
  3. ^ "Follow That Star: Lilia Cuntapay, "Queen of Philippine Horror Movies"" GMA News Online GMA Network Inc Retrieved 2015-06-26 
  4. ^ "'Horror Movie Queen' Lilia Cuntapay dies at 81" Rappler August 20, 2016 Retrieved August 20, 2016 
  5. ^ a b c d Cruz, Marinel R 2012-07-05 "The Ballad of Lilia Cuntapay" Take Five Philippine Daily Inquirer Retrieved 2012-11-03 
  6. ^ a b c d e Lo, Ricky August 21, 2016 "The Horror Queen is gone" The Philippine Star 
  7. ^ a b c "Lilia Cuntapay Shares Life Story" News ABS-CBNcom 2012-07-30 Retrieved 2016-08-20 
  8. ^ a b c San Diego Jr, Bayani 2012-10-31 "Filipina 'Aswang' a Star in Busan" Editor's pick Philippine Daily Inquirer Retrieved 2012-11-03 
  9. ^ a b c d Daniels, Kristin "Top 5 movie roles of Lilia Cuntapay" 
  10. ^ a b "Halloween Stars, Late Celebrities, and Death and Tradition" Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho Blog 2009-10-31 GMA Network GMA 7 Retrieved 2011-06-19 
  11. ^ a b c Matabuena, Julien Merced C 2011-02-03 "Pinoy Horror Film Habitue Seeks Job" Entertainment \ Showbiz Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation Archived from the original on May 19, 2011 Retrieved 2011-05-19 
  12. ^ Dimaculangan, Jocelyn 2009-11-26 "Nobody, Nobody butJuan shot partly in Chicago" PEPph Retrieved 2009-12-30 
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  14. ^ a b Ramos, Neil 2011-04-20 "Diverse set of Filmmakers Comprise Finalists in this year's Cinema One Originals" Entertainment \ Showbiz Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation Archived from the original on May 19, 2011 Retrieved 2011-05-19 
  15. ^ a b c Ching, Mark Angelo 2011-11-14 "Veteran Horror Movie Extra Lilia Cuntapay Wins Big in Cinema One Originals Digital Film Festival 2011 Awards" News The Philippine Entertainment Portal Retrieved 2011-11-14 
  16. ^ "Lilia Cuntapay passes away at 81" Yahoo August 22, 2016 Retrieved 23 August 2016 
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  20. ^ Sallan, Edwin P 11 October 2012 "'Enchanted Garden' Cast Leads Tree-planting Activity in Bataan" InterAksyon Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  21. ^ Jimenez, Joyce 4 February 2013 "Red Carpet: Juan Dela Cruz Advance Screening" in Filipino Philippine Entertainment Portal Retrieved 24 August 2016 
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  23. ^ a b "LizQuen sad over the Passing of their 'Lola Lilia'" in Filipino Star Cinema 21 August 2016 Retrieved 24 August 2016 
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  25. ^ Abando, Paulyn 12 June 2016 "Mercedes Cabral Enchants Viewers in the Middle East" Manila Bulletin Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  26. ^ Gabrillo, James 15 June 2016 "Focus on the Philippines: Mercedes Cabral Shines in Kuwaiti soap filmed in Dubai" The National Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  27. ^ a b San Diego Jr, Bayani 12 June 2012 "The Very Personal Sound of Boy 'Pick-up'" Philippine Daily Inquirer Retrieved 24 August 2016 
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  29. ^ Zafra, Jessica 2 December 2011 "Who the Hell is Lilia Cuntapay" InterAksyon Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  30. ^ a b c Arcellana, Juaniyo 9 January 2012 "Abandoned by Cuntapay" Zoetrope The Philippine Star Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  31. ^ a b "Nominees for 35th Gawad Urian Revealed" ABS-CBN 26 April 2012 Retrieved 9 October 2014 
  32. ^ "Sun Shorts Makes Waves" News Releases Sun Life Financial 17 September 2012 Retrieved 25 August 2016 |
  33. ^ "Oh My Goth!" Experience the Sun, Experience Sun Shorts Sun Life Financial Retrieved 25 August 2016 
  34. ^ "REquieme!" Cinemalaya Archived from the original on 8 July 2016 Retrieved 24 August 2016 CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown link
  35. ^ Garcia, Rose 8 April 2013 "Boy2 Quizon on Kissing Scene with Veteran Character Actress Lilia Cuntapay: "Feeling ko kini-kiss ko ang lola ko"" pep Retrieved 25 August 2016 
  36. ^ "Kim, Xian Topbill Comedy Film "Bakit Hindi Ka Crush ng Crush Mo"" The Freeman 18 July 2013 Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  37. ^ Calderon, Ricky L 2 April 2014 "Kiko Rustia Produces and Hosts New Shoe 'Dis is Pinas'" Star Circuit Retrieved 25 August 2016 
  38. ^ Cruz, Oggs 5 October 2014 "'Ibong Adarna: The Pinoy Adventure' Review: Fun, Fireworks, Eye Candy" Rappler Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  39. ^ "Kamandag ni Venus" Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  40. ^ Tan, Rowena 20 August 2016 "Antoinette Jadaone Extends Helping Hand to Lilia Cuntapay" Manila Bulletin Retrieved 24 August 2016 

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