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List of notable or famous television directors from Philippines, with bios and photos, including the top television directors born in Philippines and even some popular television directors who immigrated to Philippines. If you're trying to find out the names of famous Filipino television directors then this list is the perfect resource for you. These television directors are among the most prominent in their field, and information about each well-known television director from Philippines is included when available.

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Adolfo Alix, Jr. or Adolf Alix is a Filipino screenwriter and film director. ...more on Wikipedia

Age: 40

Birthplace: Makati, Philippines

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Al Tantay is a Filipino film actor, writer, and director and the former husband of Rio Locsin, with whom he made several movies, including Rizza Jones, Showgirl, Love Affair, Wild Animals, and Bilibid Boys. He was first discovered by Joey Gosiengfiao and launched by the latter via the Regal Films movie, Iskandalo, starring Lorna Tolentino and released in July 1979.Then in 1987 he played his first villain role to Rudy Fernandez in an action movie Humanda Ka, Ikaw Ang Susunod. As a film director, he directs comedies, mainly with Viva Films. He has directed Mana-Mana, Tiba-Tiba, S2pid Love, A.B. Normal College, and more. In 2014 Tantay replaced the late Roy Alvarez for the character of Villa ...more on Wikipedia

Age: 63

Birthplace: Philippines

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Cathy Garcia-Molina is a Filipino film and television director. She has directed most romantic-comedy films distributed by Star Cinema. She has also directed a few TV series, which aired on ABS-CBN. She is considered to be the country's box-office director, with seven of her films entering the list of highest-grossing films in the Philippines. ...more on Wikipedia

Age: 47

Birthplace: Quezon City, Philippines

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Chito S. Roño

Chito S. Roño, also known as Sixto Kayko, is a Filipino writer, film producer and film director known for his expansive vision and special-effects-heavy films, most notably Yamashita: The Tiger's Treasure for which he won the Metro Manila Film Festival for best director. He is also known for his 1997 film Nasaan ang Puso which earned him his first MMFF for best director. ...more on Wikipedia

Age: 64

Birthplace: Philippines