The Queen of Philippine Movies, Susan Roces Dies at 80

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 Philippines Philippines – Veteran entertainer Susan Roces has passed away on Friday, May 20. She was 80. Her daughter, Senator Grace Poe, affirmed the news to correspondents late Friday night.

Roces, genuine name Jesusa Sonora Poe, was brought into the world on July 28, 1941. She made her film debut in 1952, featuring in the film Mga Bituin ng Kinabukasan. As her acting vocation got during the ’50s, she procured the epithet “Queen of Philippine Movies.”

Consistent with the title, she would keep on making films as the decades progressed, featuring in famous Filipino motion pictures like Ang Daigdig Ko’y Ikaw, Gumising Ka Maruja, Patayin Mo sa Sindak si Barbara, and Mano Po.

Until her passing, she assumed the part of Lola Flora in the long-running ABS-CBN series Ang Probinsyano.

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Roces won a few honors all through her vocation, including numerous FAMAS Awards, the first being for her presentation in the film Maligno.

She was broadly hitched to individual entertainer Fernando Poe Jr., known as showbiz’s “Da King.” Together, they embraced Grace, their only daughter.

Along with this, The Queen of Philippine Movies is affectionately recollected by her companions and co-stars for her ability, consideration, and heart. Nearby VIPs, companions, and co-stars took to virtual entertainment to honor veteran entertainer Susan Roces, who kicked the bucket on Friday, May 20, recalling her for her inheritance in Philippine film and her graciousness.

Until her demise, she assumed the part of Lola Flora in the long-running ABS-CBN series Ang Probinsyano.

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