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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Aug 27, 2012

Two Actors Both In 'Guni-Guni' And 'I Do Bidoo Bidoo': Jaime Fabregas & Gerald Pesigan

TWO ACTORS in “Guniguni” that opened last week are also in “I Do Bidoo Bidoo” that opens tomorrow: Jaime Fabregas and Gerald Pesigan. In “Guni-guni”, Jaime plays the weird owner of a boarding house haunted by the restless spirit of an unborn child he buried in their garden. In “I Do Bidoo”, he’s the wealthy father of Gary Valenciano who happens to be a retired general and is against the idea of the poor Sam Concepcion’s marrying his granddaughter Tippy Dos Santos.

Gerald plays the autistic son of Neil Ryan Sese in “Guni-Guni” who sees and plays with the ghost of the boy in the boarding house. In “I Do Bidoo”, he’s the youngest son of Ogie Alcasid and Eugene Domingo and he gets to sing and dance with them in some musical numbers. Gerald’s competence as a child actor was noticed only this year when he played Eugene’s son in the short film “The Howl and The Fussy Cat” (also directed by Chris Martinez of “I Do Bidoo”) and as the gay son of Gabby Concepcion and Pokwang in “The Mommy Returns”.

He says he’s a fan of the songs of APO. Isn’t he too young to be familiar with them? “But they were revived by various bands recently kaya familiar po ako sa mga kanta nila,” he says.