Vhong Navarro’s Son Joins the Cast of “Batang Quiapo”

The son of Vhong Navarro is now part of Batang Quiapo

YCE NAVARRO – The son of television host and comedian Vhong Navarro is now part of the top-rating series, “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo.”

Vhong Navarro, whose real name is Ferdinand Hipolito Navarro, is a comedian, actor, dancer, recording artist, and television host. He gained recognition for his comedic roles in various films, including “Agent X44,” “Mr. Suave,” and the Spider-Man parody film “Gagamboy.” Navarro is also known for his involvement in the dance group Streetboys and as a regular host on ABS-CBN’s noontime variety show “It’s Showtime.”

Vhong has two kids with his ex-wife Bianca Lapus, namely Fredriek and Isaiah. Recently, he was thrilled to announce that his son, Yce Navarro, is starting his journey in show business. He shared the news on his Facebook page, expressing his gratitude for Yce’s role in the series ‘FPJ’s Batang Quiapo,’ which is led by Coco Martin.

“Yahoo! Thank you,Lord (emoji) Nakaka proud na mapabilang ang anak ko at makasama sa cast ng Batang Quiapo. Goodluck Yce Navarro! (emoji) Aabangan ko to!” Vhong noted. He also thanked the show’s director, Coco Martin, for the opportunity. “Thank you very much, Direk CM (emoji)” he added.

Fans and followers congratulated Vhong’s son and expressed their excitement to see him on screen in the upcoming season of the show.

Meanwhile, “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo” is a Filipino television series that airs on Kapamilya Channel. It is an action-comedy drama based on the 1986 film “Batang Quiapo,” which starred Fernando Poe Jr. and Maricel Soriano. The series revolves around the character of Tanggol, played by Coco Martin, who rises to prominence as a notorious outlaw in Quiapo, Manila.

As he navigates his life in the neighborhood, he also seeks to uncover the truth about his identity. The show features a diverse ensemble cast and has gained popularity for its engaging storyline and action-packed scenes. It also stars Christopher de Leon, Lito Lapid, John Estrada, Cherry Pie Picache, Lorna Tolentino, and Charo Santos, among others.

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