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Armando Goyena was created Jose Goyena Revilla, Jr., in Manila. His parents, Jose Revilla, Sr. and Florentina Goyena, had been from high culture. Goyena wedded model and socialite Paquita Roces in 1951, plus they sired 8 kids, three of whom moved into display business after their dad (Maritess Revilla, Tina Revilla, and Johnny Revilla). The eight kids have wedded into illustrious brands, including Palanca, Araneta, Yabut and Araneta. A graduate of De La Salle University where he used business, Goyena proceeded to control a soda pop fountain in Manila, where 1 day playwright Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero strolled in to have got coffee. Guerrero after that invited Goyena to become listed on a creation of Filipino Players. He discovered himself executing before military veterans within an open-air advantage efficiency of ‘Needed: A Chaperone’ (1946). Guerrero cast him in various other productions, such as for example ‘Condemned’ (1946), and ‘Wow! These Us citizens’ (1947), as well as developed a one-actor play for him entitled ‘What a man!’ (1948). He also acted for Lamberto V. Avellana and his Barangay Movie theater Guild, showing up in ‘Joan of Lorraine’ as Dunois, in ‘Summertime and Smoke cigarettes’ as John, and in ‘A Family portrait of the Musician as Filipino’ as Tony Javier. Goyena contacted Performña Sisang (Narcisa de Leon), LVN manufacturer who was simply his mother’s friend, so he could enter the films. After an extended wait around, he was finally provided the role of the army lieutenant, another result in Leopoldo Salcedo in ‘Puting Bantayog’ (1948). After many more second-lead jobs, he was presented with his initial starring function in Maria Beles (1949). After his following film, ‘Prinsesang Basahan’ (1949), LVN firmed up his loveteam with Tessie Quintana. Jointly they produced 15 films in every and the films were all strikes: Sa Tokyo ikinasal (1948); Ibigin mo ako, lalaking matapang (1949); Virginia (1949); Tenyente Carlos Blanco (1952); Tiya Loleng (1952)_; Amor mio (1951); and Damong ligaw (1954). Goyena was the initial Filipino counterpart to Captain Marvel, in the initial ‘Kapitan Kidlat’ (1953), with Evelyn Villar; this is accompanied by a sequel the next season, Kidlat… ngayon! (1953). Goyena got made a complete of 44 films before he made a decision to quit in 1958. His last film was Casa grande (1958), alongside a powerhouse ensemble like Nida Blanca, Nestor de Villa, Manuel Conde, Perla Bautista and Vic Diaz. After a 30-season hiatus, Goyena decided to come in the film Mahal kita, walang iba (1992) starring Kris Aquino and Christopher De Leon. He also decided to come in ‘Pagdating ng panahon (1998)_, aimed by Eric Quizon and starring Quizon and Aiko Melendez. Goyena performed a crucial part in the film Yamashita: The Tiger’s Treasure (2001), and Indiana Jones-type experience with Albert Martinez and Bb Gandanghari. After a storied profession with masterful shows, he finally got nominated and received the FAMAS honor for Best Acting professional, a fitted tribute to a respected man everyone known as “Golden Young man of Philippine Films.” Goyena’s last film appearance is at the semi-musical Annie B. (2004), a remake that lacked the box-office achievement of its initial Nora Aunor starrer. Goyena passed away in March 10, 2011, reported reason behind loss of life Pulmonary Embolism. He left out a family group of eight illustrious kids and 29 grandchildren.
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