Afro-Filipino refers to the peoples of African/ African-American and Filipino descent. There is a good population in both the United States and the Philippines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Afro-Filipino"
a Filipino actor and elder brother of another actor Albert Anido ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfie Anido"
Amado Vera Hernandez was a Filipino writer and activist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amado Hernandez"
Amelita "Ming" Ramos is the wife Fidel V. Ramos, President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. Ming Ramos was in many ways a remarkable First Lady, despite possessing a rather retiring character. Prior to her, most other Filipino first ladies remain housebound housewives. Mrs. Ramos raised some eyebrows when, upon the election of her husband as president, she refused to give up her job as the registrar of a prominent Manila high school. Even as First Lady, she would dutifully report to the registrar's office, to the consternation of the traditionally-minded, and to the delight of female professionals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amelita Ramos"
Andrés Bonifacio y Castro ( November 30, 1863 - May 10, 1897) was a leader in the revolution of the Philippines against Spanish colonial rule, the first revolution in Asia against European colonial rule. In 1892 he founded the Katipunan revolutionary secret society, which would later become the core of the Philippine Revolutionary Army. With the establishment of the Katipunan, Andrés Bonifacio became popularly known as the Father of the Revolution. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andres Bonifacio"
Angélica Colmenares (born April 23, 1985), stage name Angel Locsín, is an actress from the Philippines who portrayed Darna in the GMA Network's television series with the same name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Angel Locsin"
Angela Manalang-Gloria (b. 1907 - d. 1995) is a Filipino female poet in the English language. ...more on Wikipedia about "Angela Manalang-Gloria"
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Artemio V. Panganiban is the 21st and current Supreme Court Chief Justice of the Philippines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Artemio Panganiban"
Ashima Takis was born Policarpio Manansala in the Philippines in 1900. He was of Japanese descent and often presented himself as a Japanese citizen. He was the founding president of the Pacific Movement of the Eastern World. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ashima Takis"
Asia Agcaoíli is a Filipino actress, model, and TV and radio host. Accidentally revealing her left breast in MTB, a variety show in the Philippines, sometime in March 2003, Agcaoíli was suspended from MTB for 20 days by the staunchly conservative Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB). ...more on Wikipedia about "Asia Agcaoili"
Aurora Aragon Quezon ( February 19, 1888– April 28, 1949), was the wife of Manuel L. Quezon, President of the Philippines. She was ranked as the second first lady of the Philippines, and was the first spouse of a Philippine president to be called First Lady (the first wife of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was not known as a First Lady, the honorific being unknown in the Philippines at the time). ...more on Wikipedia about "Aurora A. Quezon"
Azucena Grajo Uranza is a Filipino female novelist in the English language. ...more on Wikipedia about "Azucena Grajo Uranza"
Baldomero Aguinaldo ( February 27 1869— February 4 1915) was a leader of the Philippine Revolution. He is the first cousin of Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippines, as well as the great grandfather of Cesar Virata, a former prime minister in the 1980's. ...more on Wikipedia about "Baldomero Aguinaldo"
Ben Villaflor (born November 10, 1952 in The Philippines) is a former boxer who was the World Boxing Association (WBA) world Junior Lightweight champion during part of the 1970s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ben Villaflor"
Camilo Sabio is a public lawyer and current chairman of the Philippines' Presidential Commission on Good Government. He previously held the position of Secretary-General in the Philippine House of Representatives from 1992 to 1998 under Jose de Venecia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Camilo Sabio"
General Carlos P. Rómulo (b. January 14, 1899, Camilíng, Tarlac - d. December 15, 1985, Manila) was the President of the Fourth Session of U.N. General Assembly from 1949- 1950, and chairman of the UN Security Council. He had served with General Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific, was Ambassador to the US, and became the first Asian to win the Pulitzer Prize in journalism in 1942. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carlos P. Romulo"
Cayetano L. Arellano ( March 2, 1847– December 23, 1920) was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines under the American Civil Government. He was Chief Justice from 1901 until his retirement on April 12, 1920, making him the longest serving Chief Justice. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cayetano Arellano"
Cecilia Manguerra Brainard is a Filipina author of historical fiction based in California, U.S.A.. She was born in Cebu, Philippines, attended St. Theresa's College in Cebu and in San Marcelino, Manila. She also went to Maryknoll College in Quezon City from from 1964 to 1968, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Arts. She also did graduate work in film making at UCLA in 1969. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cecilia Manguerra Brainard"
Cirio H. Santiago is a prolific Filipino film producer, director, writer and cinematographer. He also uses the screen names: Luis Nepomuceno and Cirio Santiago. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cirio H. Santiago"
Claudio Teehankee (born April 18, 1918) was the most senior associate justice and chairman of the First Division of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Claudio Teehankee"
Cristeta Comerford (née Pasia) (born October 1962) is the executive chef at the White House. She is the first woman to be selected for the post, and also the first of Filipino descent. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cristeta Comerford"
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Cristy Fermin (born Cristenely Fermin in 1958 in San Alejandro also known as Visoria, Quezon, Nueva Ecija, Philippines) is a Filipino talk show host and showbiz reporter. She started her career as a political journalist, but soon turned towards writing for tabloids, about movie stars and other celebrities. Currently she is a co-host of the well known Philippine talkshow The Buzz. Her co-hosts are Kris Aquino and Boy Abunda. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cristy Fermin"
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Abelardo Dennis Florencio Ho (born May 12, 1981 in Quezon City, Philippines) popularly known as Dennis Trillo is a notable and critically acclaimed television and film actor in the Philippines. He rose to prominence via his film debut Aishite Imasu (Mahal Kita) 1941 which skyrocketed him from matinee idol status into the roster of Philippine cinema's most credible actors. He is currently an artist of GMA Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dennis Trillo"
Diego Silang y Andaya ( December 16, 1730 - May 28, 1763) was a native Ilocano revolutionary leader who conspired with British forces to overthrow the Spanish in the northern Philippines and establish an independent Ilocano nation. His revolt was fueled by grievances stemming from Spanish tributes and abuses, and his belief in self-government, that the administration and leadership of the Roman Catholic Church and government in the Ilocos Region should belong to trained Ilocano officials. ...more on Wikipedia about "Diego Silang" Who is shortopedia?
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