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23 March 1948
|Died||2 October 2014 66) (aged|
|Other names||Tiya Pusit|
|Occupation(s)||Actress and comedian|
|Relatives||Nova Villa (sister)|
Tiya Pusit (born Myrna Villanueva; March 23, 1948 – October 2, 2014) was a Filipino movie and television actress and comedian. She is best known for her role in the 1980s sitcom Eh, Kasi Babae.
Pusit was the sister of actress and comedian Nova Villa.In 2013, it was announced that she would be marrying her 27-year-old boyfriend in 2014. She has 4 children.
Tiya Pusit was best known for comedic roles during her 30+ year career. She appeared in many movies, including Dorm Boys (2012), A Journey Home (2009), Bakit ba Ganyan (Ewan ko nga ba, Darling) (2000), Huwag na Huwag kang Lalapit Darling (1997) and Hulihin si…Nardong Toothpick (1990), and Leroy Leroy Sinta (1988).
Villanueva's final roles were in ABS-CBN's drama series Ikaw Lamang and the TV5 sitcom Confessions of a Torpe.She also had roles in DZBB-TV programs, GMA shows including Bahay Mo Ba 'To? (2005) One True Love (2012) and Akin Pa Rin ang Bukas (2013) and ABS-CBN dramas Momay (2010) and Mara Clara (2011).
Pusit fell ill in April 2014, suffering from kidney failure and aortic aneurysm. She underwent double heart bypass surgery on September 9 but had difficulties recovering. She died due to multiple organ failure at the Philippine Heart Center in Quezon City on October 2, 2014.
|1986||No Return No Exchange||Mr. Dimaguiba's Maid|
|1987||My Bugoy Goes to Congress|
|Di Bale Na Lang|
|1988||Fly Me to the Moon||Teacher|
|Leroy Leroy Sinta|
|Good Morning, Titser|
|1989||Yes Yes Yo, Kabayong Kutsero|
|M&M, the Incredible Twins|
|1990||Small en Terrible|
|Hulihin si Nardong Toothpick|
|1991||Barbi for President||Sheryl Ignacio|
|1992||Ano Ba Yan!||Pregnant Woman|
|Ang Kuya Kong Siga|
|Mga 'Syanong Parak|
|Dino, Abangan ang Susunod Na...|
|Bulag, Pipi at Bingi|
|1994||Tunay Na Magkaibigan, Walang Iwanan...Peksman|
|Once Upon a Time in Manila||Panchang|
|1995||Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin: Camiguin|
|Pustahan Tayo, Mahal Mo Ako|
|Hataw Na||Nena Masbate|
|1996||Daddy's Angel||Sr. Miriam|
|Kung Alam Mo Lang|
|Sa Iyo Ang Langit, Akin Ang Lupa|
|1997||Wanted Perfect Murder||Tindera|
|Huwag na Huwag Kang Lalapit, Darling|
|Buhay Mo'y Buhay Ko Rin|
|Ako Ba Ang Nasa Puso Mo?||Elma|
|Langit Sa Piling Mo|
|1998||April, May, June|
|1999||D'Sisters: Nuns of the Above|
|2000||Ayos Na Ang Kasunod||Aling Toyang|
|Bakit Ba Ganyan? (Ewan Ko Nga Ba, Darling)|
|Kapitan Ambo: Outside de Kulambo||Pusit|
|Anghel sa Lupa||Manang Vita|
|Masamang Ugat||Lara's Tita|
|2009||1017: Sa Paglaya ng Aking Salita|
|A Journey Home||Tita Nenita|
|1982||Eh Kasi, Babae||IBC|
|1999–2003||Beh Bote Nga||Tweety||GMA Network|
|2004–2007||Bahay Mo Ba 'To?||Bella|
|2007–2008||Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan||Angge Mentor|
|2009–2010||Tinik sa Dibdib||Manda|
|2011||Mara Clara||Yaya Bonnel|
|2012||One True Love||Brittany||GMA Network|
|2013||Akin Pa Rin ang Bukas||Selya|
|2014||Confessions of a Torpe||Aling Rosing||TV5|
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