Lolita Rodriguez. Philippine Actress.

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Hemet, California.

At 76, her face is unlined. She
was among the great actors in
Philippine theater, and cinema,
among the first whose acting was restrained. Her ethnicity is American and Filipino, her father, William Clark, who came with The American Expeditionary Force, and remained to organize The Philippine Fire Department, and Police Force. His civilian job was as an executive with Manila Electric Company.

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  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight gave props (4 Jul 2011):

    What a lovely lady! Movie/TV star from the 50s and 60s? Where taken? When?

  • manuel rodolfo

    manuel rodolfo said (23 Mar 2013):

    She portrayed various roles in many film classics my family, relatives, and friends enjoyed watching although I saw my lola, mother, and aunts getting emotional and tearful every time they watched a Lolita Rodriguez movie. She did a tomboyish role in Jack en Jill; a beggar in Gilda; a rejected sweetheart in Busabos; a drunkard in Batas ng Alipin; a paralytic in Gabi at Araw; a frustrated actress in Stardoom; an imaginary whisperer in Mortal; a scandalized mother in Ina Ka ng Anak Mo; a town loony in Tinimbang Ka Nguni't Kulang; a miserable squatter in Lucia; and many more. She should have been in the Best Actress Hall of Fame had there been fair play. In the heart and mind of her fans, Lolita Rodriguez is the best.

  • Lito Acoymo

    Lito Acoymo said (15 May 2014):

    Understated acting at its best. She didnt need to yell or scream or scowl or squint to convey her emotion (or lack of it)

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