Celebrity veterans then and now: What did they look like when they were young?

Celebrity veterans then and now: What did they look like when they were young?

- Celebrity veterans who were the matinee idols and sweetheart crushes back in their day

- How are they doing now? Let’s take a look at how they have stood the test of time

- Some of them are still as beautiful and handsome as they were in the past!

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Celebrity veterans are the pillars of the Philippine entertainment industry. But have you ever wondered how they look like during their heydays?

Let’s take a look at their past photos and see how much they’ve changed.

Annabelle Rama

A fierce and protective mom at 65 years old

Back when she was 18 years old—she was such a bombshell!

Tito Sotto

He has temporarily bid goodbye to Eat Bulaga as he is now the new Senate President of the Philippines at 69.

He was introduced as part of the group named TVJ—Tito, Vic, and Joey—together with his brother and friend and rose to fame as one of the funniest trios in the Philippines!

Vilma Santos

The "Star For All Seasons" is now a seasoned politician as she has served Batangas as governor, mayor, and congresswoman for a total of 20 years.

She started as a child actress and later became a prominent actress with several acting awards under her belt

Nova Villa

The 74-year-old actress is currently a mainstay of the romance comedy series Inday Will Always Love You on GMA Network.

Comedian Nova Villa has brought laughter to the Filipino audience for more than 50 years now, starting when she was still 15 years old.

Ramon Revilla Sr.

The 91-year-old action star and former senator may be having health problems but he sure has staying power through his sons, daughters, and grandchildren who are following in his footsteps.

Known as the "Hari ng Agimat" in Philippine movies, he has reportedly father 72 children with 16 different women and 38 of which are officially acknowledged. Truly a chick magnet.

Gloria Romero

At 85 years old, she is still in demand for film roles and often cast as the kind-hearted lola. You can see her as Lola Goreng in the magical anthology, Daig Kayo Ng Lola Ko.

With a career that spanned more than 60 years, her breathtaking beauty has never faded.

Susan Roces

The widow of the late Fernando Poe Jr. still looks regal and beautiful at 76.

She was the Queen of Philippine movies and a beauty icon in the 1960s.

Jaclyn Jose

Having worked for 32 years in the showbiz industry, it’s not a surprise that she continues to be one of the most sought after actresses in this generation. She has received international acclaim as an actress and even won Best Actress at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

According to PEP, she was 25 years old here and at the time, she had one best supporting actress trophy. Jaclyn also revealed that she was 3 months pregnant with her daughter, Andi, in this photo. Hard to believe, isn’t it?

Eddie Garcia

The 89-year-old actor has appeared in 400 movies and TV shows and truly a legend. He is currently in Ang Probinsyano, which is topbilled by Coco Martin.

He is best known for playing villain roles. According to Wikipedia, he is the only one inducted in three categories in the FAMAS Hall of Fame for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director.

Eddie Gutierrez

The patriarch of the famous Gutierrez family, Eddie started his career as an actor in 1959 and has never slowed down. He was last seen in Mulawin vs. Ravena and starred in the film Felix Manalo in 2015.

It’s easy to see why he was a matinee idol back then and is a dad to famous, good-looking children from three different women.

Pilita Corrales

An award-winning singer, Pilita has been sought out for her experience in music as she has been chosen as a judge for Philippine Idol, The X Factor Philippines, and Asian Idol.

The "Queen of Songs" was a sight to behold and her grandchildren have caught on the beauty gene from their grandma.

Nora Aunor

The list would not be complete without the "Superstar." She is an award-winning actress who is often regarded as “People’s National Artist.” Her latest film, Dementia, has received critical acclaim in which she also won her eighth international Best Actress award.

Nora won the local talent search, Tawag ng Tanghalan in 1967 and made her first TV appearance as a guest in Pilita Corrales’ show. She was later signed on to do films with Sampaguita Pictures.

Wow! What a trip down memory lane! It's amazing to see how they have changed and grown gracefully and how they are now being looked up to by the young actors and actresses.

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