Apeng Daldal

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Serafin Gabriel (October 12, 1928 – February 9, 1992), better known by his stage name Apeng Daldal, was a Filipino actor, comedian, vaudevillian, singer and writer.[1][2] His name came from his big set of teeth (Apeng) and for being a fast talker (Daldal).[2][3]

Later life

As an actor, Apeng Daldal performed in movies such as Magic Bilao, released in 1965, Dobol Dribol (1979), and Libis ng Baryo (1964). Apeng Daldal's songs include "Sa Loob ng Sine" (Tagalog adaptation for The Music Played) and Magpapatuka nalang ako sa ahas.

Death

Apeng died on February 9, 1992 in Manila, Philippines.

Filmography

  • Kamakalawa (1981)
  • Dobol Dribol (1979)
  • The Son of Dyango Meets Dorango Kid (1967)
  • Langit Pa Rin Kita (1967)
  • The Pogi Dozen (1967)
  • Pitong James Bonds (1966)
  • Tatlong Mabilis (1965) as Apenger
  • Magic Bilao (1965)
  • Maskulado (1965)
  • Tatlong Mabilis sa Hong Kong (1965)
  • Babaing Kidlat (1964)
  • Libis ng Baryo (1964)
  • Mga Daliring Ginto (1964)
  • Alias Golden Boy (1963)

References

  1. Apeng Daldal, people.theiapolis.com
  2. 2.0 2.1 Inquirer.net. The greatest comedians of all time. Retrieved on August 26, 2008.
  3. NewsFlash.com. REMEMBERING DEAD STARS. Retrieved on July 24, 2010.

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