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Ogie Diaz Biography

Ogie Diaz is a television presenter, talent manager, radio personality, and a comedian. He was born as Roger Diaz Pandaan in Quezon City on January 2, 1970. He is fondly called as Pekto by his showbiz friends which become an inspiration in naming the long running comedy sitcom Palibhasa Lalaki that stars Richard Gomez and Joey Marquez. His humble beginnings started when he worked as an assistant to the popular host Cristy Fermin working on Mariposa Publications. He eventually began to know many personalities in the show business and he became an entertainment writer and then an actor. He managed the career of popular celebrities in the show business like Vice Ganda. Ogie has four children with Mirasol del Rosario. He tried to pursue a career in the field of politics but failed when he lost in the 2010 election when he ran as a councilor for Quezon City.

Among his television shows are Cristy Per Minute, Showbiz Linggo, Bituin, Puwedend Puede, Entertainment Live, S2: Showbiz Sabado, Volta, Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas, Showbiz No. 1, That’s My Doc, May Bukas Pa, Monay, Mutya, Showbiz Inside Report, Entertainment Konek, and Umagang Kay Ganda. He also has his movie stints when he appeared in the following movies: Anghel na Walang Langit, Ama, Ina, Anak, The Secrets of Sarah Jane: Sanay Mapatawad Mo, Nag iisang Bituin, Maricris Sison: Japayuki, Bulag, Pipi at Bingi, Ging Gang Gooly Giddiyap: I Love You Daddy, Hataw Na!, Radio Romance, Pare Ko, Araw Araw, Gabi gabi, Rollerboys, Radio Romance, Shake, Rattle & Roll 5, Alipin ng ALiw, Tigasin, Live Show 2000, Gagamboy, Sex Drive, Super B, Narinig mo na Ba Ang L8test?, Puso ng Pasko, Alipin ng Aliw Hari ng Selda: Anak ni Baby Ama 2. He made some television guesting too like in the Star Circle Quest, That’s My Doc and Wheel of Fortune.

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