Gerald Anderson

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Gerald Anderson
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Born
Gerald Randolph Anderson

(1989-03-07) March 7, 1989 (age 31)
Nationality FilipinoAmerican
Education Spring Creek Academy, Texas
Occupation
Years active2006–present
Agent Star Magic
(2006–present)
The ABS-CBN
(2006–present)
Notable work

Gerald Randolph Anderson (born March 7, 1989) is a Filipino-American actor. He is best known for his lead roles in TV series such as Sana Maulit Muli (2007), My Girl (2008), action dramas, Tayong Dalawa (2009) in which he plays a soldier, and an NBI Agent in Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo (2010), a mentally challenged young man in Budoy (2011–2012), in the TV adaptation of the iconic comics character "Fredo" in Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel (2014), the Fantasy drama, Nathaniel (2015) and in the Cannes Film Festival Director's Fortnight entry On The Job (2013).

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Anderson won his first ever Best Actor trophy courtesy of the 24th PMPC Star Awards for Television for an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya wherein he played a person stricken with Tourette Syndrome. [1] As of December 2015, he has been nominated for 21 acting nominations, he won 10 Best Actor awards and 1 Supporting actor award.

He was hailed as the "Prince of Philippine Movies and Television" twice and "Most Popular Loveteam" thrice with former on-screen partner, Kim Chiu at the Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards. After proving his skills and talent in acting through his performance in his teleseryes most especially in Tayong Dalawa and Budoy, he is now being dubbed as the "Action Drama Prince" in Philippine Television.

He is managed and under contract to Star Magic, ABS-CBN's home based talent agency.

Biography

Anderson was born on March 7, 1989, in Subic, Zambales, Philippines. His father is an American instructor in the Subic Naval Base who travels back and forth between the United States and Zambales while his mother is a Filipina businesswoman from General Santos City, Philippines. He also has a younger brother (Kenneth Anderson) and two older sisters from his mother's first marriage. When he was three years old, he and his family moved from General Santos City to San Antonio, Texas, and then to Springfield, Missouri, when he was six. Finally, at 14 years of age, his family moved back to General Santos City.

Anderson demonstrates oral fluency in English, Tagalog, and Cebuano. He finished his elementary studies in San Antonio, Texas, and completed high school in General Santos City, Philippines.

Acting career (2006–present)

Anderson in 2006 Gerald Anderson.jpg
Anderson in 2006

Anderson was discovered by Joross Gamboa when Gamboa performed in Anderson's hometown. Gamboa introduced him to his manager, Jhun Reyes, who brought him to ABS-CBN for the first season of Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition . Anderson and the other housemates entered the Big Brother house on April 23, 2006. After 42 days, he was named Teen Third Big Placer on the show.

Six months later, Anderson and screen partner/then-girlfriend, actress Kim Chiu, appeared together on several ABS-CBN shows (including Love Spell and Aalog-Alog ) and in the film First Day High . In 2007 Anderson and Chiu starred in their first primetime TV series, Sana Maulit Muli ; in September of that year they appeared in their first feature film, I've Fallen For You , produced by Star Cinema. That year, he was the Best New Male TV Personality (for Sana Maulit Muli) at the 21st PMPC Star Awards and the 38th Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Box Office Awards (with Chiu). In May 2008 Anderson and Chiu were cast in My Girl , an adaptation of the South Korean TV series.

In 2009, Anderson starred in the primetime drama series Tayong Dalawa , winning the Best Drama Actor award at the NSUU TV Awards; Anderson and Chiu were the Most Popular Loveteam for the third consecutive year at the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Box Office Awards. In August of that year, he appeared in Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla:Tiagong Akyat .

The following year, Anderson started with Kim Chiu in the film Paano Na Kaya . He was cast in the ABS-CBN primetime drama Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo , and appeared in Your Song Presents: Isla with his Pinoy Big Brother Unlimited former housemates. Anderson and Chiu teamed up again in October 2011 for the film Till My Heartaches End . That month, it was reported that the couple had ended their romantic relationship.

By the end of December 2010, Anderson announced his departure from Bench following his decision not to renew his contract due to busy commitments.

In 2011 Anderson first worked with Sarah Geronimo in a film collaboration with Star Cinema and Viva Films entitled Catch Me, I'm in Love (shown on March 23, 2011), and in October he returned in the primetime series Budoy (his first primetime television series without Chiu). He starred with Jessy Mendiola; Chiu had an adjacent time slot with her drama, My Binondo Girl with Xian Lim. In November 2011 Anderson made another film with Geronimo, Won't Last A Day Without You. He reunited in a movie with Chiu titled 24/7 in Love, Star Magic's ensemble film in view of the agency's 20th anniversary. [2] He is starring as Miguel Dizon in the 2013 teleserye, Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin alongside Dawn Zulueta and Kapamilya Leading Lady The Jewel of Drama Cristine Reyes.

Basketball career

Gerald Anderson
No. 3Imus Bandera
League MPBL
Personal information
Born (1989-03-07) March 7, 1989 (age 31)
Subic, Zambales, Philippines
Nationality Filipino / American
Listed height5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
Career information
College Spring Creek Academy, Texas
Playing career2018–present
Career history
2018–2019 Marikina Shoemasters
2019–present Imus Bandera

In May 2018, Gerald Anderson joined the Marikina Shoemasters in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League. [3] [4] [5] He also played for the team at the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3x3, a three-on-three basketball league, debuting in the third tour of the 2019 President's Cup helping the team win their first game in the conference. They won over the 1Bataan Risers but was not able to clinch a win for the remaining of the third tour. [6]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleFilm ProductionNotesRef.
2019 Between Maybes Louie PuyatBlack Sheep
2018 My Perfect You Burn Toledo [7]
2017 AWOL Lt. Abel Ibarra
CineBro
[8]
Can We Still Be Friends?Diego
2016 How to Be Yours Niño San Vicente [9]
Always Be My Maybe Jake Del Mundo [10]
2015El BrujoMiguel Sine Screen
Everyday I Love You Tristan Montelibano [11] [12]
[13]
Halik sa Hangin Gio Magno Brauner [14] [15]
[16] [17]
2013 On The Job Daniel Benitez [18] [19]
2012 24/7 in Love Alvin Cruz [20] [21]
[22]
2011 Won't Last a Day
Without You
Andrew Escalona
Catch Me, I'm
In Love
Erick Rodriguez III
  • GMMSF's Prince of Philippine Movies
  • 3rd Highest Grossing Film of 2011
[23]
[24]
2010 Till My
Heartaches End
Powie Barredo
  • GMMSF's Prince of Philippine Movies & TV
Paano Na Kaya Bogs Marasigan
2008 Shake Rattle & Roll X Lui
2007 I've Fallen For You Alex Reyes
2006 First Day High Micheal Jordan "MJ2"
Ramirez
  • First film

Television

YearTitleRoleNetworkNotesRef.
2021Init sa Magdamag Kapamilya Channel
2020 A Soldier's Heart Alexander "Alex" Marasigan ABS-CBN
2017 Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin Gabriel Villoria
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Reunited Bernard Arriola
2015 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Class Picture Bert MendozaSeason 23: Episode 47 [25]
Nathaniel Paul LaxamanaAntagonist / Protagonist [26]
2014–2015 Give Love on Christmas: Gift of Life Tristan Ramos [27]
2014Team UHimself / Host ABS-CBN
Sports & Action
Co-produced with
Piolo Pascual
[28]
Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel Fredo Montilla ABS-CBN [29]
2013 Goin' Bulilit Various rolesGuest Celebrity Actor
Bukas na Lang Kita Mamahalin Miguel Dizon
Maalaala Mo Kaya
  • Season 21: Episode 154
  • Season 21: Episode 115
[30]
[31]
2012
  • Jevon
  • Season 20: Episode 29
[32]
Toda Max Captain Buddy TorresGuest Celebrity Actor
2011–2012 Budoy Benjamin "Budoy" Maniego [33] [34]
2011 Kasambuhay, Habambuhay:
A Short Film Anthology
Himself / Host
Wansapanataym: Buhawi Jack Jack IsidroSeason 1: Episode 19-28 [35]
2010
Your Song Presents
  • Alfred
  • Atty. Homer
  • Daniel
  • Season 12: Episode 16
  • Cameo Actor
  • Season 11, Episode: 11-15

[36]

[37]
Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo Robbie Castillo [38]
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Lubid Jerome ConcepcionSeason 18: Episode 12 [39]
Tatak ng Agimat Actor
2009 Agimat: Tiagong Akyat Santiago "Tiago" RonquilloTitle character [40]
Tayong Dalawa David "JR" Garcia, Jr. [41] [42]
Banana Split Various rolesGuest Celebrity Actor
2008-2009 Your Song: My Only Hope Joaquin "Bok" AlejandroSeason 8: Episode 34-49 [43] [44]
2008 My Girl Julian Abueva [45]
Karera sa Promotion Jesse Perez
Sineserye Presents: Maligno Joaquin
2007 Your Song Presents
  • Aaro
  • Arkin
  • Season 6: Episode 8
  • Season 5: Episode 1
John en ShirleyGeraldGuest Celebrity Hokage
Love Spell: Cindy-Rella AlbertSeason 5: Episode 3
Gokada Go! Gabriel Fernandez
Sana Maulit Muli Travis "Marto" Johnson
2006-2007 Aalog-Alog Gerald Dean Padilla
2006 Your Song Presents
  • Migs
  • John
  • Season 3: Episode 14
  • Season 3: Episode 5
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Bus Erik
Ang Lovey Kong All Around Sonny BoySeason 1: Episode 15
Love Spell Presents
  • Ryan
  • Nookie
  • Simon
  • Season 2: Episode 2
  • Season 1: Episode 3
  • Season 1: Episode 1
2006–present ASAP Dancer / Performer
2006 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition Himself / Housemate3rd Big Placer

Discography

Dance albums

Studio albums
YearAlbumArtistTrack listCertifications
2007Gerald's DanceHimself
Gold
2006Gerald's Dance PickHimself
  • Dale Candela
  • Out Of Touch
  • Shake That
  • Know You Wanna
  • Can't Get Enough of Hokage
  • Club Tropicana
  • Blah Blah Blah
  • Pirates Of Prince
  • Clap Your Hands
Platinum

Music videos

Music Video Appearance
YearTitleArtistDetailsRef.
2014"Step No, Step Yes" Enchong Dee
2012"Your Name" Young JV
"Pinoy Summer, Da Best Forever." Himself with
Sarah Geronimo
  • Note: ABS-CBN Summer Station ID 2012
  • Directed by: Paolo Ramos
  • Words by: Christine Daria-Estabillo
  • Arranged by: Marcus and Amber Davis
  • Studio: ABS-CBN
2007"Crazy Love" Kim Chiu
  • Album: Gwa Ay Di
  • Label: Star Records
  • Composed by: Christian Martinez
2006"Love Team" Itchyworms

ABS-CBN's Station IDs

ABS-CBN's Station ID Appearance
YearSummer Station IDChristmas Station ID
2015"Shine Pilipinas" Yes check.svg "Thank You for the Love" Yes check.svg
2014"PINASmile" Yes check.svg "Thank You Ang Babait Ninyo" Yes check.svg
2013"Kwento ng Summer Natin" Yes check.svg "Magkasama Tayo Sa Kwento Ng Pasko" Yes check.svg
2012"Pinoy Summer, Da Best Forever" Yes check.svg "Lumiliwanag ang Mundo sa Kwento ng Pasko" Yes check.svg
2011"Bida Best sa Tag-araw" Yes check.svg "Da Best Ang Pasko Ng Pilipino" Yes check.svg
2010"Summer Ang Simula" Yes check.svg "Ngayong Pasko Magniningning Ang Pilipino" Yes check.svg
2009"Galaw-Galaw Sa Tag-Araw!" Yes check.svg "Bro, Ikaw ang Star ng Pasko" Yes check.svg
2008"One Team. One Summer." Yes check.svg "May Katuparan ang Hiling sa Kapamilyang Kapiling" Yes check.svg
2007"Araw Natin 'To!" Yes check.svg "Walang Mag-iisa Ngayong Pasko" Yes check.svg

Awards and nominations

Awards

YearFilm Awards/CriticsAwardNotable WorksResultRef
2006ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop Love Team (with Kim Chiu) First Day High Won
2007ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop TV Award (with Kim Chiu) Sana Maulit Muli Won [46]
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop Celebrity Love Team (with Kim Chiu)Love Team by Itchyworms Won [47]
PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionBest New TV Personality Sana Maulit Muli Won
Guillermo Mendoza Memorial
Foundation Box-Office Entertainment Awards
Most Popular Love Team
(with Kim Chiu)
Won [48]
Anak TV Seal AwardMost Admired TV PersonalityWon
2008MYX Music AwardsFavorite Guest Actor in a
Music Video (with Kim Chiu)
Love Team by Itchyworms Won [49]
Guillermo Mendoza Memorial
Foundation Box-Office Entertainment Awards
Most Popular Love Team
(with Kim Chiu)
Won [50]
Nickelodeon Philippines Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite Actor My Girl Nominated [51]
Anak TV Seal AwardsMost Admired Male TV ActorWon [52]
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardPop TV Star of the Year My Girl Won
2009Starmometer's CoverguyPersonality of the YearWon
Guillermo Mendoza Memorial
Foundation Box-Office Entertainment Awards
Most Popular Actor in
Movies & Television (with Kim Chiu)
Won [53]
PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionBest Drama Actor My Only Hope Nominated [54]
Filipino Academy of Philippines
Arts and Sciences Awards
German Moreno Youth
Achievement Award
Won [55]
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop Pin-Up AwardWon
Myx Music AwardsFavorite Myx VJNominated
2010PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionBest Drama Actor Your Song: Isla Nominated
PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionBest Single Performance by an Actor Maalaala Mo Kaya: Lubid Won [56] [57]
SISA Choice Awards
(Philippine Psychiatric Association)
Outstanding Featured Male
Character in a Drama Program
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Lubid Won [58]
USTv Students Choice AwardsBest Drama Actor Tayong Dalawa Nominated
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment AwardsPrince of Actor Movies & TVWon [59]
NSUU TV AwardsBest Actor Tayong Dalawa Won
Walk Of FameGerald AndersonWon
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop TV Actor (with Kim Chiu) Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo Won
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsOn Screen Kiss (with Kim Chiu) Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo Won
Myx Music AwardsFavorite Media SoundtrackWhisper, I Love YouNominated
20119th Gawad Tanglaw AwardsBest Single Performance by an Actor Maalaala Mo Kaya: Lubid Won [60]
Guillermo Mendoza Memorial
Foundation Box-Office Entertainment Awards
Most Popular Loveteam in
Movies & Television (with Kim Chiu)
Won [61]
NSUU Students Choice AwardsBest Actor in a Primetime TeleseryeWon
Studio 23's The Wrap Barkada Choice AwardsChoice Male Icon of the YearWon [62]
Gerald Anderson Charity Basketball TournamentMost Valuable Player for BasketballWon
Studio 23's Us Girls AwardsMost Fashionable ManWon [63]
Star Magic Sports FestMost Valuable Player for BasketballWon
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop Loveteam (with Kim Chiu) Till My Heartaches End Won [64]
ASAP Pop Viewwer's Choice AwardsPop Fans Club (with Kim Chiu)KimeraldWon [65]
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop Screen Kiss (with Kim Chiu) Till My Heartaches End Won [66]
ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice AwardsPop Screen Kiss (with Sarah Geronimo) Catch Me, I'm In Love Nominated
2012GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment AwardsPrince of NationWon [67]
Star Magic Sports FestMost Valuable Plater for BasketballWon [68]
Star Magic Sports FestStar Fastest AthleteWon [69]
Star Magic Sports FestThree Point ShooterWon
Star Magic BallHot LeCoupé AwardWon [70]
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPop Kapamilya TV Hokage Budoy Won
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsPin-up BoyNominated
Anak TV Seal AwardsTV Acrtor AwardWon
PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionBest Drama Actor Budoy Nominated [71]
PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionBest Single Performance by an Actor Maalaala Mo Kaya: Jacket Nominated [71]
Yahoo OMG AwardsPersonality of the YearNominated [72]
Yahoo OMG AwardsLove Team of the Year
(with Sarah Geronimo)
Nominated [73]
2013Golden Screen TV AwardsBest Performance by an actor Budoy Won [74]
Golden Screen TV AwardsOutstanding Performance of by a
Actor in a Single Drama
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Jacket Nominated
Gawad TanglawBest Performance by an Actor Budoy Won
NSUU Students Choice AwardsBest Actor in a Primetime Teleserye Budoy Won
KBP Golden Dove AwardsBest Actor Budoy Won [75]
Star Magic Ball 2013Best Actor (with Maja Salvador)Won [76]
New York Festival's Television & Films AwardsFinalist in the Drama Category Budoy Nominated [77] [78]
201412th Gawad Tanglaw AwardsBest Single Performance by an Actor Maalaala Mo Kaya: Bituin Won [79]
Gawad Pasado AwardsBest Supporting Actor On The Job Won [80]
PEP ListsActor of the YearNominated
FAMAS AwardsBest Actor On The Job Nominated [81]
FAMAS AwardsMale Actor Star of the NightWon [82]
FAMAS AwardsMale Actor of the NightWon
PMPC Star Awards for TVBest Drama Actor Bukas Na Lang Kita Mamahalin Nominated [83]
2015Star Magic Sports FestBest Male ActorWon [84]
Star Magic All Star Basketball in WinnipegMost Valuable Player for BasketballWon
PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionBest Drama Actor Nathaniel Nominated [85]
201614th Gawad Tanglaw AwardsBest Single Performance by an Actor Maalaala Mo Kaya: Class Picture Won
32nd PMPC Star Awards for Movies Movie Supporting Actor of the Year Everyday I Love You Nominated
2017StarMagic OPPO All-Star Basketball GameMost Valuable PlayerWon
2007Meg Teen Choice AwardsCutest Couple (with Kim Chiu)
Yes Magazine Readers Choice AwardsNext Rising Star
2008Inside Showbiz MagazineMost Popular Male Teen Star
Meg MagazineFavorite Celebrity Couple
(with Kim Chiu)
2009People Asia MagazinePeople of the Year Special Awardee
(Typhoon Ondoy Hero)
Yes MagazineThe Prince of Metro Manila
2010Star Studio Celebrity AwardsStar Hokage Award
StarStudio MagazinePlayer of the Game

Recognition

YearMagazine CompanyAward TitleResult
2006Chalk MagazineTop 50 Hottest GuysIncluded
2007YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
Candy MagazineTop 3 Hottest Celebrity CutieIncluded
Meg MagazineMeg's Annual 50 Hottest GuysIncluded
Chalk MagazineTop 50 Hottest GuysIncluded
2008YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
Chalk MagazineTop 50 Hot GuysIncluded
Candy MagazineSwoon-Worthiest CrushesIncluded
StarStudio MagazineNumber #1Included
2009Meg MagazineMeg's Annual 50 Hottest GuysIncluded
YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
Cosmo Men MagazineTop 1 Cosmo Celebrity CenterfoldIncluded
2010Meg MagazineMeg's Annual 50 Hottest GuysIncluded
YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
2011Star Studio MagazineSexiest StarsIncluded
YES! MagazineYes' "The Next Big Star"Included
YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
YES! MagazineTop 20 EndorsersIncluded
2012Star Studio MagazineTop 25 Most Intriguing and Inspiring PeopleIncluded
YES! MagazineMost Beautiful StarsIncluded
Inside ShowbizTop 40 Hottest MenIncluded
2013Chalk MagazineNumber One HokageIncluded
YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
Metro MagazineHottest Leading MenIncluded
2014YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
2015YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded
2017YES! Magazine100 Most Beautiful StarsIncluded

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