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Two stars remember the late great Subas

Cherie Gil on what she’d miss the most about former “Champoy” co-star Subas Herrero, who died in the US on Friday (Manila time). “I only have wonderful memories. Never a day that he wouldn’t make me feel loved. No more words. I need to grieve now.” Lea Salonga on Herrero who played her dad in the musical “My Fair Lady”: “It was so much fun to watch him from the wings. A consummate professional.” Bayani San Diego Jr.


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  • vaporub123

    thanks for the happy memories that you have given us ,the laughters we need when we had no one to turn to.may you rest in peace manong subas.

  • Noel

    It’s only now that I learned Subas was of Mexican descent. The late character actor Paquito Diaz was Mexican-Filipino too. How did Mexicans get into our country in the past?



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