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Lilia Cuntapay was born on September 16, 1935, and died on August 20, 2016.
He was a Filipino actress.
His debut role was in the Filipino horror film series Shake Rattle and Roll in 1991.
After she was given the “Queen of Philippine Horror Movies” due to her roles in many subsequent horror films.
Lilla found acclaim for her first leading role in the film Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay, which won her an award as Best Actress in the 2011 CinemaOne Originals Digital Film Festival.
He final TV appearances were in the teleserye Ang Probinsyano.
She was among the 40 actors trained in the first batch of acting workshops conducted by Lori Reyes and Peque Gallaga for LVN Pictures.
During 1991, Lillia Cuntapay played the spooky nanny of Kris Aquino’s character in Shake Rattle & Roll 3.
After a year, at the age of 40, Lillia Cuntapay retired from NAPOLCOM and found herself playing, under Gallaga, the character of “aswang” for the first time—a role for which she would later be typecast.
During 2009, she appeared as an albularyo in the ABS-CBN afternoon TV series Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Bud Brothers.
Lilla was featured in the Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho 2009 Halloween Special.
Lillia Cuntapay appeared as Rosanna, a role which she shared with Maricar Reyes, in the Midnight DJ episode named “Kwentas ng Mangkukulam”.
She was also cast as Miley Cyrus in Lokomoko High’s spoof of the Party in the USA music video.
At the end of that year, Lillia Cuntapay had a minor role in the film Nobody, Nobody But… Juan — an entry to the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival.
She suffered from a spinal cord illness and that she was unable to walk
Lillia Cuntapay passed away at 81 years old.