Zoren Legaspi

Zoren Legaspi

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Zoren Legaspi is a Filipino actor and TV director who has appeared in countless films and television shows. He is known for his role as Bagwis in Mulawin, Garam in Majika, Harold Maglayao in Sahaya, and Anselmo Santos in Bilangin ang Bituin sa Langit.

Zoren Legaspi comes from a family of Filipino celebrities. His father, Lito Legaspi (1942-2019), and brothers, Kier and Brando, are all actors. His spouse, Carmina Villaroel, is a movie and television actress. They have two children. Outside of his showbiz career, Zoren is a hobbyist for his love of motorcycles.


Full Name: Zoren Lim Legaspi
Nickname: “Zoren”
Birthdate: January 30, 1972 (Age 52)
Birthplace: Manila , Philippines
Residence: Pasig City
Languages Spoken: Filipino, English
– Lito Legaspi
– Hershey Legaspi
– Kier Legaspi
– Brando Legaspi
Carmina Villaroel
– Cassy Legaspi
– Mavy Legaspi
– Actor, director, host, film producer

Zoren Legaspi born on January 30, 1972 is a Filipino actor, a television director, host and TV producer. Zoren belongs to a family of celebrities. His father, Lito Legaspi is a veteran actor and brothers Kier and Brandon share a part in the showbiz industry. His wife, Carmina Villaroel, is also an actress and television host. Zoren and Carmina were blessed with twins Cassandra and Maverick who were born in the US.

He was a member of German Moreno’s That’s Entertainment during his younger years and played a leading man to Ruffa Guttierez, a beauty queen and an actress. In year 1995, he was nominated Best Supporting Actor in the Gawad Urian Awards for the film Fatima Buen Story.

Zoren has directed a number of Television shows for GMA such as Fantastikids, Fantastic Man, Wag Kukurap and Atlantika. In 2008, he made a debut being a director for Ultraelectromagnetic Love, a film for Regal Films. He also played supporting and minor roles in Agua Bendita showed in ABS CBN.

He also appeared in a number of television shows on different networks; Habang Kapiling ka, Kakabakaba Adventures, Now and Forever: Ganti, Majika, Princess Charming, Kamandag, All My Life, Sana Ngayong Pasko, Kitchen Battles, Machete, Nita Negrita to name a few.

In Movies, he appeared at Inang Yaya, Pacquiao: The Movie, Mulawin: The Movie, Fantastic Man, Mano Po 2: My Home, The Cory Quirino Kidnap Files, Xtreme Warriors, Hindi Sisiw Ang Kalaban Mo, Testigo, Laban Kung Laban, Baliktaran, Nag-aapoy na Laman, Ang Boyfriend Kong Pari, Elias Marengo: Bayolente and Markado among others. He also appeared in a number of television commercials mostly with his wife and twins as a family for varied commercial products.

Zoren’s first hosting job was with his wife, Carmina Villaroel in Love ni Mister, Love ni Misis. His second hosting job followed at TV5 along with co-hosts Ruffa Guttierrez, Shalala, Christy Fermin and Mo Twister in Paparazzi. In 2011, Zoren was castfor drama with one of the best veteran actresses, Lorna Tolentino and Alice Dixon which was aired on November 2011.

Zoren planned almost everything to surprise Carmina Villaroel into a wedding. It turned out to be a wedding proposal that was followed by a flashmob-style instant wedding. The wedding was covered by ABS-CBN hosted by Boy Abunda in Zoren-Carmina: Always Forever, A Wedding Like No Other. This turned out to be trending all over social media networks and has become the most talked about wedding of the year.


  • Wooly Booly: Ang Classmate Kong Alien (1989)
  • Student Body (1990)
  • Tora Tora, Bang Bang Bang (1990)
  • I Have 3 Eggs (1990)
  • Island of Desire (1990) as Jimmy Boy[12]
  • Pido Dida 2: Kasal Na (1991)
  • Ipaglaban Mo Ako Boy Topak (1991)
  • Pretty Boy Hoodlum (1991)
  • Shotgun Banjo (1992)
  • Tikboy Tikas at ang Mga Batang Krhoaks (1993)
  • Bala at Lipstick (1993)
  • Massacre Files (1994)
  • Multo in the City (1994)
  • Silya Eletrika (1994) Viva Films
  • Alyas Boy Ama: Tirador (1994) – Moviestars Production
  • Hataw Tatay Hataw (1994)
  • The Fatima Buen Story (1995)
  • Melencio Magat: Dugo Laban Dugo (1995)
  • Kailanman (1996)
  • Sandata (1996)
  • Duwelo (1996)
  • Bandido (1997)
  • Baril sa Baril (1997)
  • Matang Agila (1997)
  • Kung Marunong Kang Magdasal, Umpisahan Mo Na (1997)
  • Daniel Eskultor (1997)
  • Desperate Hours (1998)
  • Kahit Mabuhay Kang Muli (1998)
  • The Resort Murders (1998)
  • Alyas Big Time (1999)
  • Markado (1999)
  • Elias Marengo: Bayolente (1999)
  • Ang Boyfriend Kong Pari (1999)
  • Nag-aapoy Na Laman (2000)
  • Baliktaran (2000)
  • Laban Kung Laban (2000)
  • Testigo (2000)
  • Hindi Sisiw ang Kalaban Mo (2001)
  • Xtreme Warriors (2001)
  • The Cory Quirino Kidnap Files (2002)
  • Mano Po 2: My Home (2003)
  • Fantastic Man (2004)
  • Mulawin: The Movie (2005)
  • Pacquiao: The Movie (2006)
  • Inang Yaya (2007)
  • Isang Araw Lang (2011)
  • My Big Bossing’s Adventures (2014)
  • Etiquette for Mistresses (2015)


Year Title Role Network
2022 Apoy sa Langit Cesar Monastrial (antagonist) GMA Network
2021-2022 Stories from the Heart: The End of Us Jeffrey Guevara
2020-2021 Bilangin Ang Bituin Sa Langit Anselmo Santos
Sarap, ‘Di Ba? Himself
2019 Sahaya Harold Maglayao
2018 Kapag Nahati ang Puso Enrico “Nico/Nick” Del Valle
Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kwento Donald
Sirkus Miguel
2017 Daig Kayo ng Lola Ko: Alamat ng Durian Episode role
Ika-6 na Utos Lyon Muller
Dear Uge Episode guest
Road Trip Himself
I Heart Davao Architect Eugene “Euge” Lumbas
Mulawin vs. Ravena Bagwis (Archival Footage from the movie).
2016 Encantadia Emre
Yan Ang Morning! Himself / Guest
2016-2017 Till I Met You Nestor Valderama ABS-CBN
2015 Maalaala Mo Kaya Episode role
Magpakailanman GMA Network
Marimar Don Gustavo Aldama
Healing Hearts Benjie Saavendra
2014-2015 Forevermore Alexander “Alex” Grande II ABS-CBN
2014 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Skate Board Episode role
2012–13 Enchanted Garden Menandro TV5
2011–12 Glamorosa Karl Marciano
Paparazzi: Showbiz Exposed Himself / Host
2011 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Callao Cave Jerry ABS-CBN
Rod Santiago’s The Sisters Fidel Santiago TV5
Pepito Manaloto Jonap GMA Network
Nita Negrita Arturo
Machete Malyari
2010 Kitchen Battles Host Q
Rod Santiago’s Agua Bendita Luisito Mondigo ABS-CBN
2009-2010 George and Cecil Epoy Montalban
2009 Sana Ngayong Pasko young Ernesto GMA Network
All My Life Romano Estrella
2007–08 Kamandag King Gulag (antagonist)
2007 Princess Charming Enrico
2006 Majika Garam
2005 Now and Forever: Ganti Dennis
Kakabakaba Adventures Mezandro/Miguel
Encantadia (2005 TV series) Bagwis
2004–05 Mulawin Bagwis
2002–03 Habang Kapiling Ka Jonas
1989–96 Saturday Entertainment Himself / Performer
1989–95 Eat Bulaga! Himself / Co-host ABS-CBN
1988–96 That’s Entertainment Himself / Performer GMA Network

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