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George Canseco (1934–2004)

George Canseco was born on April 23, 1934 in Naic, Cavite, Philippines as George Masangkay Canseco. He was a composer, known for Pagputi ng uwak... Pag-itim ng tagak (1978), Pieta (1983) and Magdusa ka! (1986). He died on November 19, 2004 in Manila, Philippines. See full bio »

Died:

(age 70) in Manila, Philippines

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Known For

Pieta
Pieta Composer
(1983)
Magdusa ka!
Magdusa ka! Composer
(1986)
Sinasamba kita
Sinasamba kita Composer
(1982)

Filmography

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 2013 Pyra: Ang babaeng apoy (TV Series)
 1993 Ikaw
 1989 Imortal
 1986 Magdusa ka!
 1985 Bomba Arienda
 1985 Paradise Inn
 1985 Isla
 1984 Muntinlupa
 1984 Somewhere
 1984 Piesta
 1983 Laruan
 1983 Dugong buhay
 1983 To Love Again
 1983 Pieta
 1982 Moral
 1982 Bambang
 1982 Lalake ako
 1982 My Only Love
 1981 Bawal
 1981 Dear Heart
 1981 Hari ng stunt
 1981 Flor de Liza
 1980/I Brutal
 1980 Broken Home
 1980 Miss X
 1979 Kadete
 1979 Star
 1979 Aliw
 1979 Hiwaga
 1979 Huwag
 1979 Menor de edad
 1979 Coed
 1979 Huwag, bayaw
 1978 Atsay
 1978 Kid kaliwete
 1978 Dyesebel
 1978 Mananayaw
 1978 Doble kara
 1977 Burlesk Queen
 1977 Dalagang ina
 1977 Ang diwata
 1976 Malvarosa
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Trivia:

Was was commissioned by former Philippines first lady, Imelda Marcos, to compose the national tribute hymn, "I Am a Filipino."

Star Sign:

Taurus

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