Actress Cherie Gil from the Philippines died at 49 after suffering from cancer. Explore about her husband, children, and family.
- Cherie Gil earned the nickname”La Primera Contravida” due to her acting prowess
- For almost a 50-year career, Gil has established a reputation as the “quintessential kontrabida”
- She won her first Gawad Urian Award, the “Best Supporting Actress” in 2019 for her role in Citizen Jake
To learn more about Cherie Gil’s biography and death news, continue reading the article below.
Cherie Gil Death After Suffering From Cancer: Obituary & Twitter Tributes
Cherie Gil’s friend Annabelle Rama confirmed that she died on August 5, 2022. The obituary is still unavailable at the moment.
LOOK: Another heartbreak for the Philippine showbusiness 😔— ALTStarMagic | Angat Buhay (@AltStarMagic) August 5, 2022
Award winning actress and the Philippines' "La Primera Contravida", Cherie Gil passed away at the age of 59.
REST IN POWER, MISS CHERIE 🕊️ pic.twitter.com/XdBot0SW3f
At the 2015 ASEAN International Film Awards, Cherie won the coveted “Best Actress” prize. She also won “Best Lead Actress in a Foreign Language Film” at the 2015 Madrid International Film Festival.
Annabelle Rosales Rama-Gutierrez, better known as Annabelle Rama, is a Filipino talent manager and actress of Spanish and Chinese descent. She was born in Cebu and married Eddie Gutierrez, a matinee star in 1960s Philippine movies.
Cherie Gil Husband, Children And Family Details
Cherie Gil previously had two children with musician Rony Rogoff: Bianca and Raphael.
She also had a child named Jeremiah David from a previous union with actor Leo Martinez (Jay).
Cherie Gil is the sister of Filipino actors Mark Gil and Michael de Mesa and the young daughter of singer-actors Eddie Mesa and Rosemarie Gil.