Filipino actor, Bangkay, Died at 71

  Actor

Jose Clemente “Nonong” de Andres was in 1947 and died on November 6, 2018, in Plaridel, Quezon,

He was popularly known by his stage name Bangkay (lit. Corpse).

He was a Filipino actor.

A Masbate local, De Andres began his contribution in media outlets as a format craftsman for RVQ Productions, which was built up by comic, Dolphy.

He made his introduction in going about as an additional in Kisame Street which featured Dolphy, Panchito and Nida Blanca.

He was at first reluctant to take up an acting vocation, expressing that he acknowledged the job only for no particular reason, however in the long run focused on it full-time.

Much of the time, he accepting jobs as an additional with sickening dread and satire films during the 1980s to the 1990s, showing up in excess of a hundred movies.

Bangkay regularly played dead in a few movies which earned him the moniker “Bangkay”.

Because of low, de Andres chose to leave Broadway and remain a single man for whatever is left of his life.

In the wake of resigning, Bangkay was endowed to deal with a companion’s child in Plaridel, Quezon until the point when his assenting child went to the United States to think about school.

At some point in 2005, he started dealing with a shoreline resort possessed by the town chairman, viewing over the place for something like eight years.

He came back to acting and played a job in Forevermore.

Bangkay and individual blood and guts movie partner Lilia Cuntapay ended up known as a component of an adoration group named as “Bangli” because of their jobs in the arrangement.

Jose Clemente “Nonong” de Andres passed away at 71 years old.

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