Zoren Legaspi

Zoren Lim Legaspi (born 30 January 1972 in Manila) is a Filipino actor and television director. He is the best known in appearing in several television shows such as Mulawin, Now and Forever: Ganti, Majika, Enchanted Garden, Glamorosa, Forevermore, Healing Hearts, Encantadia, Sirkus and Kapag Nahati ang Puso. He is currently an exclusive contract artist of GMA Network as well as the network's talent management arm GMA Artist Center alongside his twin children, Cassy and Mavy Legaspi.[1][2]

Zoren Legaspi
Born
Zoren Lim Legaspi

(1972-01-30) January 30, 1972
OccupationActor, director, host, film producer
Years active1988–present
AgentGMA Network
ABS-CBN
TV5
Spouse(s)
Children2 (Cassandra "Cassy" and Maverick "Mavy" Legaspi)

Biography

Zoren comes from a family of Filipino celebrities. His father, Lito Legaspi, and brothers, Kier and Brando, are all actors. His spouse, Carmina Villaroel, is a movie and television actress. They have twins, Cassandra (Cassy) and Maverick (Mavy), born in the US.

Career

He was once a leading man of beauty queen/actress Ruffa Gutierrez who was his ex-girlfriend. He was a member of That's Entertainment as a matinee idol. He was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Award for his performance in the movie The Fatima Buen Story in the Gawad Urian Awards of 1995.

Zoren directs for GMA for television shows like Fantastikids, Fantastic Man, Wag Kukurap and Atlantika. He made his film director debut for Ultraelectromagnetic Love of Regal Films which was to be shown in 2008.

He was a minor character in Agua Bendita aired on ABS-CBN.

Zoren Legaspi returned to GMA with his partner Carmina on a new talk show, "Love Ni Mister, Love Ni Misis". This was Zoren's first hosting on TV and first talk show on GMA 7. The show premiered August 9, 2010.

Zoren returned to TV5 as host in Paparazzi with his co-hosts Ruffa Guttierrez, Shalala, Christy Fermin and Mo Twister. This was Zoren's second hosting on TV after Love Ni Mister, Love Ni Misis aired on GMA 7 in 2010.

Zoren returns again to drama via Glamorosa with grand slam best actress Lorna Tolentino and former Palmolive endorser Alice Dixson. The show premiered November 2011.

On November 2012, Carmina and Zoren had their wedding, and the ABS-CBN had their special coverage of their wedding that aired November 24, 2012 entitled Zoren-Carmina: Always Forever, A Wedding Like No Other.[3][4][5][6] The idea of a surprise proposal followed by a flashmob-style instant wedding was inspired by a remarkably similar episode of the U.S. television show "Mobbed" hosted by Howie Mandel.[7]

On 2016, Legaspi returned to GMA Network, since his guesting on Marian Rivera's program, Yan Ang Morning!. his wife Carmina Villarroel, also returned to the network in 2017.

On March 15, 2018, Legaspi signed a contract with GMA Artist Center,[8] after returned to the network in 2016. he returned to GMA three times. Legaspi first return at the network at late 2010, he moved back to GMA again for the second time in 2015 and the third time in 2016.

Filmography

TV shows

Television
YearTitleRoleNetwork
2020Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa LangitAnselmoGMA Network
2019SahayaHarold Maglayao
2018Kapag Nahati ang PusoEnrico "Nico/Nick" Del Valle
Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na KwentoDonald
SirkusMiguel
2017Daig Kayo ng Lola Ko: Alamat ng DurianEpisode role
Ika-6 na UtosLyon Muller
Dear UgeEpisode guest
Road TripHimself
I Heart DavaoArchitect Eugene "Euge" Lumbas
EncantadiaEmre
2016Yan Ang Morning!Himself / Guest
2015-2016Till I Met YouNestor ValderamaABS-CBN
2015Maalaala Mo KayaEpisode role
MagpakailanmanGMA Network
MarimarDon Gustavo Aldama
Healing HeartsBenjie Saavendra
2014-2015ForevermoreAlexander "Alex" Grande IIABS-CBN
2014Maalaala Mo Kaya: Skate BoardEpisode role
2012–13Enchanted GardenMenandroTV5
2011–12GlamorosaKarl Marciano
Paparazzi: Showbiz ExposedHimself / Host
2011Maalaala Mo Kaya: Callao CaveJerryABS-CBN
Rod Santiago's The SistersFidel SantiagoTV5
Pepito ManalotoJonapGMA Network
Nita NegritaArturo
MacheteMalyari
2010Kitchen BattlesHostQ
Rod Santiago's Agua BenditaLuisito MondigoABS-CBN
2009-2010George and CecilEpoy Montalban
2009Sana Ngayong Paskoyoung ErnestoGMA Network
All My LifeRomano Estrella
2007–08KamandagKing Gulag
2007Princess CharmingEnrico
2006MajikaGaram
2005Now and Forever: GantiDennis
Kakabakaba AdventuresMezandro/Miguel
2004–05MulawinBagwis
2002–03Habang Kapiling KaJonas
1989–96Saturday EntertainmentHimself / Performer
1989–95 Eat Bulaga! Himself / Co-host ABS-CBN
1988–96That's Entertainment Himself / Performer GMA Network
Credits
Televisions & film
YearTitleDirectorNote
2010Shake, Rattle and Roll XIIYessegment, Mamanyika
2007FantastikmanYes
2006  2007AtlantikaYes
2006FantastikidsYesDirectorial Debut

Movies

  • 2015 || Etiquette for Mistresses || || Star Cinema, K Productions
  • 2014 || My Big Bossing's Adventures || || M-Zet Productions, APT Entertainment
  • 2011 || Isang Araw Lang || || UNTV-37
  • 2007 || Inang Yaya
  • 2006 || Pacquiao: The Movie || || Star Cinema
  • 2005 || Mulawin: The Movie || || GMA Films
  • 2004 || Fantastic Man
  • 2003 || Mano Po 2: My Home || || Regal Entertainment
  • The Cory Quirino Kidnap Files 2002
  • Xtreme Warriors 2001
  • Hindi Sisiw Ang Kalaban Mo 2001
  • Testigo 2000
  • Laban Kung Laban 2000
  • Baliktaran 2000
  • Nag-aapoy na Laman 2000
  • Ang Boyfriend Kong Pari 1999
  • Elias Marengo: Bayolente 1999
  • Markado 1999
  • Shake Rattle and Role 11 20..
  • Alyas Big Time 1999
  • The Resort Murders 1998
  • Kahit Mabuhay Kang Muli 1998
  • Desperate Hours 1998
  • Daniel Eskultor 1997
  • Kung Marunong Kang Magdasal, Umpisahan Mo Na 1997
  • Matang Agila 1997
  • Baril sa Baril 1997
  • Bandido 1997
  • Duwelo (1996 film)
  • Sandata 1996
  • Kailanman 1996
  • Melencio Magat: Dugo Laban Dugo 1995
  • The Fatima Buen Story 1995
  • Hataw Tatay Hataw 1994
  • Alyas Boy Ama: Tirador 1994 - Moviestars Production
  • Silya Eletrika 1994 Viva Films
  • Multo in the City 1994
  • Massacre Files 1994
  • Bala at Lipstick 1993
  • Shotgun Banjo (1992) (Released Date: 28 October 1992)
  • Pretty Boy Hoodlum (1991) (Released Date: 14 August 1991)
  • Ipaglaban Mo ako Boy Topak 1991 (Released Date: 26 June 1991)
  • Pido Dida 2: Kasal Na 1991
  • Island of Desire 1990
  • I Have 3 Eggs 1990
  • Tora Tora, Bang Bang Bang 1990
  • Student Body 1990
  • Wooly Booly: Ang Classmate Kong Alien 1989
  • Tikboy Tikas at ang mga batang krhoaks 1987

Accolades

Awards and nominations

  • Gawad Urian - Best Supporting Actor for The Fatima Buen Story (nominated)

References

  1. "Twins Mavy and Cassy Legaspi are now Kapuso". GMA News Online. Retrieved September 17, 2018.
  2. Aquino, Maine. "LOOK: Mavy and Cassy Legaspi are now part of the Kapuso network". www.gmanetwork.com. Retrieved September 17, 2018.
  3. "Zoren and Carmina's Wedding". ABS-CBN. Retrieved November 19, 2012.
  4. "Zoren-Carmina wedding: Carmina walks down the aisle". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved November 25, 2012.
  5. "Zoren-Carmina wedding: Zoren proposes". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved November 25, 2012.
  6. "Zoren-Carmina wedding: The Vows and Kiss". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved November 25, 2012.
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCZ-VOSmblQ
  8. Sun, Cherry. "READ: Zoren Legaspi feels at home with GMA Network". www.gmanetwork.com. Retrieved March 20, 2018.

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