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Biografía Bong Revilla

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Isang Pilipinong artista, politiko, at Senador ng Pilipinas. | A Filipino actor, comedian, TV Host, politician, and senator.

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Bong Revilla Biografía

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Si Jose Marie Mortel Bautista (ipinanganak Setyembre 25, 1966), mas kilala bilang Ramon "Bong" Revilla, Jr., o Bong Revilla, ay isang Pilipinong artista, politiko, at Senador ng Pilipinas.


Nakatapos si Revilla ng Elementarya noong 1979 Grade sa Jesus Good Shepherd sa Bayan ng Imus at Mataas na Paaralan noong 1982 sa Fairfax High School, Los Angeles, California, USA.. Ama niya ang aktor rin na si Ramon Revilla, Sr. (Jose Acuna Bautista) at asawa naman niya si Lani Mercado (Jesusa Victoria H. Bautista). Mayroon silang mga supling na artista rin: sina *Bryan Revilla at Jolo Revilla.







Ramon Bong Revilla, Jr. (born Jose Marie Mortel Bautista on September 25, 1966), is a Filipino actor, comedian, TV Host, politician, and senator of the Republic of the Philippines. In 2009, he legally changed his last name to Bong Revilla.


Political career

  • Vice-Governor and Governor of Cavite

He was invited by former NBI director Epimaco Velasco to be his running mate as vice governor of Cavite. In the 1995 local elections, Velasco and Revilla won as governor and vice governor, beating the tandem of Remulla and Lara. In February 1998, Velasco resigned as governor of Cavite when he was appointed as secretary of Interior and Local Government replacing then Senatorial candidate Robert Barbers. Revilla assumed as the chief executive of the province.


In the May 1998 local elections, he won a full term for the position of governor. In his May 2001 reelection bid for governor, he was trounced by then Representative Ayong S. Maliksi by a wide margin. He returned to his acting career and became a TV actor in GMA-7's sitcom Idol ko si Kap.


  • Chairman of the Videogram Regulatory Board

In 2002, President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo appointed Ramon "Bong" Revilla, Jr. as Chairman of the Videogram Regulatory Board (now Optical Media Board). He was given a Plaque of International Recognition for Efforts Against Piracy by the Motion Picture Association of America on July 23, 2003 and the Huwarang Lingkod Bayan Award by the Consumers League of the Philippines Foundation, Inc. on October 25, 2003.


  • Senator

In February 2004, Ramon "Bong" Bong Revilla, Jr. resigned as Chairman of the VRB and recommended Eduardo "Edu" Manzano as his replacement. His father, Ramon Revilla, ended his term as senator on June 30, 2004. Revilla Sr. was elected senator in 1992, reelected in 1998, and could not run for third term according to the 1987 Philippine Constitution. Ramon "Bong" Bong Revilla, Jr. ran for the position of Senator under the administration K-4 coalition. He won and received the second highest number of votes from the national electorate. On March 28, 2007, he entered a bus being held hostage in the Philippines in order to ensure the safety of the students on the bus and try and talk the hostage taker into giving themselves up.


  • Potential Presidential bid

Despite of weakness of Lakas party due to arrest of Rep. Gloria Arroyo, Revilla assumed the new Chairman of the party replacing Arroyo and he is the potentially run as standard bearer of the party in the 2016 Presidential Elections.




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