Leandro Delantar Alvarez
March 23, 1950
|Died||February 11, 2014 63) (aged|
Quezon City, Philippines
|Agent||GMA Artist Center|
Leandro Delantar Alvarez (March 23, 1950 – February 11, 2014), better known by his screen name Roy Alvarez, was a Filipino actor, director and screenwriter for film, television and theater in the Philippines.
He was born on March 23, 1950 in Pagbilao, Quezon, Philippines as Leandro Delantar Alvarez. He finished his Bachelor of Science in Commerce at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines. He lived for some time in the United States.
He was also a lecturer and speaker on Consciousness Development, Inner and Outer Ecology, Healing Mother Earth and Zero Waste Management.
In March 1989, he signed an eight-picture deal with Viva Films, and was set to star in the film Imortal alongside Vilma Santos and Christopher de Leon;however, he eventually dropped out of the project.
He was married to Nieves Campa and they have a daughter, Miren Alvarez who is married to Paolo Fabregas, a son of his friend and fellow actor Jaime Fabregas.
Alvarez died on February 11, 2014, due to cardiac arrest, a month before his 64th birthday. His remains is at Garden of Divine Word At Christ The King Semenary in Quezon CityHe is survived by his wife, Nieves Campa-Alvarez, and daughter, Miren Alvarez-Fabregas.
|2013||Kung Fu Divas||Charlotte's Adoptive Father|
|2010||The Night Infinite|
|2010||Buenavista (Ang Kasaysayan ng Lucena)|
|2006||The Mourning Girls||Atty. San Jose|
|2002||Spirit Warriors: The Shortcut||Ponce's stepfather|
|2002||Burles King: Daw O||Don Henrico|
|2001||Huli sa Akto|
|2001||Masikip Na ang Mundo Mo, Labrador|
|2001||Oras Na para Lumaban|
|2001||Oops, Teka Lang... Diskarte ko 'to!||Ka Benito|
|2000||Alipin ng Tukso||Senor Alfonso|
|1999||Asin at Paminta||Pineda|
|1999||Kapag Kumulo ang Dugo||Parica|
|1999||Tik Tak Toys: My Kolokotoys||Mr. Bolado|
|1999||Type Kita... Walang Kokontra||Alex Portugal|
|1999||Tatapatan Ko ang Lakas Mo|
|1998||Curacha ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga||Ship Captain|
|1998||Ben Delubyo||Col. Zacarias|
|1997||Kahit Hindi Turuan ang Puso|
|1997||Sabi Mo Mahal Mo Ako, Wala ng Bawian||Tin. Reyes|
|1997||Epimaco Velasco: NBI||Nardong Putik|
|1997||Shake, Rattle & Roll VI||Ricardo (segment "Ang Buwan")|
|1997||Rizal in Dapitan||Capt. Carnicero|
|1996||Mahal Kita, Alam Mo Ba?||Mayor|
|1996||Hangga't May Hininga||Billy Boy|
|1995||Judge Max Asuncion: Hukom Bitay|
|1995||Sabik sa Halik|
|1994||Mayor Cesar Climaco|
|1993||Tikboy Tikas at Mga Khroaks Boys|
|1993||Pugoy – Hostage: Davao||Lt. Col. Franco Calida|
|1993||Ms. Dolora X|
|1992||Hanggang May Buhay|
|1992||Cordora: Lulutang Ka sa Sarili Mong Dugo|
|1992||Sa Aking Puso: The Marcos 'Bong' Manalang Story|
|1992||Lumaban Ka, Itay!|
|1991||Anak ng Cabron: Ikalawang Ugat||Manuel|
|1989||Punglo Bawat Hakbang|
|1989||Kung Kasalanan Man|
|1989||Arrest: Pat. Rizal Alih – Zamboanga Massacre||Maj. Refe|
|1988||Code Name: Black & White|
|1988||A Dangerous Life||Col. 'Tiger' Tecson|
|1988||Super Inday and the Golden Bibe|
|1988||Petrang Kabayo at ang Pilyang Kuting||Drago|
|1987||Kapag Puno Na ang Salop||Dante|
|1987||Remember Me, Mama|
|1986||Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow||Lawyer|
|1985||Ma'am May We Go Out?||Roy|
|1983||Sasabayan Kita sa Impiyerno||Boyet|
|1972||The Big Bird Cage||Revolutionary (uncredited)|
|1972||The Hot Box||Leyo|
|1971||Reaching the Top|
|1997||Bayani||Martín Teófilo Delgado||ABS-CBN|
|2002||Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga||Cameo role||GMA Network|
|2005||Now and Forever: Ganti||Gerardo||GMA Network|
|Precious Hearts Romances Presents Bud Brothers||Umberto Urbano|
|2010–2011||Juanita Banana||Don Arnulfo Buenaventura|
|2011||Guns and Roses||Arnulfo|
|2012||Alice Bungisngis and Her Wonder Walis||Don Zaldy Fernandez|
|Maalaala Mo Kaya||Butch||Episode: "Relo"||ABS-CBN|
|2012–2013||Pahiram ng Sandali||Homer Alcaraz||GMA Network|
|2013||Unforgettable||Salvador 'Badong' Leoncio|
|Magpakailanman||Efren Contemplacion||Episode: "Life After the Death of Flor Contemplacion"|
|My Husband's Lover||Manuel Soriano|
|2013–2014||Villa Quintana||Don Manolo Quintana||Alvarez's last TV appearance. Due to his death, he was replaced by Al Tantay to continue the role.|
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