Veteran actor Boy Roque dies, succumbed to heart attack

Veteran actor Boy Roque dies, succumbed to heart attack

- Veteran actor and stuntman Boy Roque passed away

- He suffered from a heart attack

- Boy was among the protagonists in Victor Magtanggol

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Veteran actor and stuntman Boy Roque passed away on the morning of April 10, 2019.

KAMI learned that he succumbed to a heart attack, leading to his untimely demise.

In a report by GMA, Boy's role was often an antagonist in either a movie or a TV series.

Sometimes, he would play the main "kontrabida" or one of the goons of the "kontrabida."

His recent projects include "Victor Magtanggol," "My Love from the Stars," and "That's My Amboy."

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He was also the fight director of Marian Rivera's Super Ma'am. Aside from being a good actor and stuntman, he was also known for being a man with a great heart.

The passing of Boy was made known by Mell T. Navarro's FB post.

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"BOY ROQUE, a veteran character actor and stunt man in Philippine movies (since 1980s) and teleseryes has joined our Creator today, April 10, 2019 due to heart attack.

Among his teleseryes as a villain character (or companion of the main villain) were GMA 7's "Victor Magtanggol", "That's My Amboy", "My Love From The Star", and more. More than being a goon or villain in the roles he portrayed (6 foot tall, with long wavy hair, and with beard), according to his close friends and relatives, he was a great man with a good heart.

Panalangin at pakikiramay po sa pamilya ni BOY ROQUE :( Please pray for the repose of his soul. May he rest in peace."

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