Saturday, June 7, 2008

Rudy Fernandez You'll Be Missed


Rudy Fernandez a.k.a "Da Boy" 1952-2008




Rudy followed his father Gregorio Fernandez a film director onto showbiz. Appearing on tv at a young age of 3 on his first movie Luksang Tagumpay on 1956. He has won 2 FAMAS Best actor awards for action films (Batuigas...Pasukin si Waway, Victor Corpuz). In 2007, FAMAS awarded him the Fernando Poe, Jr. Memorial Award. He also won one FAP Best Actor award for Batuigas.... The Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) bestowed the 2008 Ulirang Artista Lifetime Achievement Award to Rudy Fernandez, at the 24th Star Awards for Movies. He was also the recipient of the Film Academy of the Philippines FPJ Lifetime Achievement Award

All his life was more on the entertainment industry. His previous wife (Alma Moreno) and present wife (Lorna Tolentino) are both on entertainment industry. And including his son Mark Anthony Fernandez is also an actor. Up until he is on the verged of fight with cancer his life was still open to the entertainment world. He really loved this industry, his job, his career, and most of all his fans.

Through all his years on the industry Mr. Rudy Fernandez build good rapport with his colleagues and even made close relation to them up to the extent of being like a brother already. Ramon Bong Revilla Jr., Tirso Cruz III, Philip Salvador, Jinggoy Estrada are the closest friends of the actor.

He had many many fans, supporters. Through his journey, every movie he made, his battle with cancer, and up to the very end. Many fans, supporters, and friends prayed for him. It's sad that his journey here on earth ends now. But the memory of "Da Boy" will still in the hearts of many Filipinos and to those who love him.

May you rest in peace "Da Boy"... You'll be missed.



Here are the list of Mr. Rudy Fernandez's movies:
  • 1956 Luksang Tagumpay
  • 1960 Emily
  • 1974 Patayin Ang Dugong Tirador
  • 1976 Bitayin Si Baby Ama
  • 1976 Wanted: Agad-Agad
  • 1977 Makahiya at Talahib
  • 1977 Alfredo Lim: Sa Kamay ng Ibabaw
  • 1977 Gameng
  • 1978 Bilangguan Walang Rehas
  • 1978 Teteng Salonga ng Tondo
  • 1979 Maynila
  • 1980 Tatak Angustia
  • 1980 Sa Init ng Apoy
  • 1980 Pader at Rehas
  • 1981 Pepeng Shotgun
  • 1981 Ulo ng Gapo
  • 1981 Lukso ng Dugo
  • 1982 Tres Kantos
  • 1982 Bagong Boy Condenado
  • 1982 Mga Pambato
  • 1982 Get My Son Dead Or Alive
  • 1982 Kumander Elpidio Paclibar
  • 1983 Sumuko Ka na Ronquillo
  • 1983 Kumusta Ka na Hudas?
  • 1983 Alex San Diego: Alyas Wanted
  • 1983 Kunin mo ang ulo ni Magtanggol
  • 1984 Idol
  • 1984 Sarge
  • 1984 Tulisang Dagat
  • 1984 Kriminal
  • 1984 Somewhere
  • 1984 Pasukuin Si Waway
  • 1985 Anak ng Tondo
  • 1985 Bilang na ang Oras mo
  • 1985 Baun Gang
  • 1985 Tatak Munti
  • 1986 Tatak ng Yakuza
  • 1986 Deadly Target
  • 1986 Teritoryo Ko Ito
  • 1986 Lumuhod Ka Sa Lupa!
  • 1987 Vigilante
  • 1987 Victor Corpuz
  • 1988 Tubusin ng Dugo
  • 1989 Ipaglalaban Ko
  • 1989 Sandakot na Bala
  • 1990 Ayaw Matulog ng Gabi
  • 1990 Kaaway ng Batas
  • 1991 Bingbong The Vincent Crisologo Story
  • 1992 Kahit Buhay Ko
  • 1992 Kamay ni Kain
  • 1992 Markang Bungo: The Bobby Ortega Story
  • 1993 Kung Kailangan Mo Ako
  • 1993 Tumbasan mo ng Buhay
  • 1994 Nagkataon Nagkatagpo
  • 1994 LAGALAG: The Eddie Fernandez Story
  • 1995 Matimbang Pa Sa Dugo
  • 1995 Markang Bungo 2: Iligpit Si Bobby Ortega
  • 1995 Kuratong Baleleng
  • 1996 Itataya Ko Ang Buhay mo
  • 1996 Wag na Wag Kang Lalayo
  • 1997 Ayos Lang Pare ko!
  • 1998 Birador
  • 1999 Gintot Pilak
  • 2000 Palaban
  • 2000 Ping Lacson Story
  • 2002 Diskarte
  • 2002 Hula mo Huli ko


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

we miss you daboy!!!!!!! we love you so much!!!!!!!!!! your still in our hearts forever.. thank you...

Guardian Angel said...

As an avid fan of local movies, I have watched more than 50% of his films on the movies (not from pirated tapes) including his Baby Ama.

I must say that we lost a strong pillars of the movie industry.

I am sadden about the news. I am equally sadden to realize that the film industry has also died even before FPJ left us.

Thanks.

clay said...

see rudy scuba diving on
www.youtube.com/claytonwest777
farewell and rest in peace