Evangeline Rose Gil Eigenmann (June 21, 1963 – August 5, 2022) was a Filipino actress known professionally as Cherie Gil (Tagalog pronunciation). She was called “La Primera Contravida” (“The Prime Villain”) for her acting abilities, which garnered her countless hostile parts on cinema, television, and even stage throughout a nearly 50-year career.
Gil was a FAMAS Award winner, a National Commission for Culture and the Arts Aning Dangal award, and a Metro Manila Film Festival Hall of Famer in the Best Supporting Actress category. She was named Best Actress at the ASEAN International Film Awards in 2015. She also received Best Lead Actress in a Foreign Language Film at the 2015 Madrid International Film Festival the same year. She won Best Supporting Actress at the 42nd Gawad Urian Awards in 2019 for her performance as Patricia Medina in the feature film Citizen Jake.
Cherie Gil cause of death
Annabelle Rama, Gil’s talent manager, confirmed her death. She posted the sad news on Facebook, writing, “CHERIE GIL JUST PASSED AWAY AT 5PM TODAY PLEASE PRAY FOR HER.”
Gil’s nephew, Sid Lucero, also shared the news, posting a photo of her on social media with the caption, “I love you;) big hug:)” Gil’s recent Facebook posts showed her receiving cancer treatment in a hospital. The actress was also seen with her hair shaved.
Gil left the showbiz world in the Philippines in February of this year to relocate to New York. “I got rid of all the clothes I had that symbolised a past life,” she had said about restarting her life. I’m finally discovering myself and coming to grips with who I am. It’s incredible to have this opportunity and to be alive to begin again. It’s almost like a rebirth.”
Cherie Gil Biography
Cherie Gil was born in Manila, Philippines on May 12, 1963. Rosemarie Gil and Eddie Mesa are her parents. Mark Gil and Michael de Mesa are her siblings.
Cherie Gil Family
Rosemarie Gil and Eddie Mesa are Cherie Gil’s parents.
Mark Gil and Michael de Mesa are Cherie Gil’s siblings.
Cherie Gil was a married lady who married musician Rony Rogoff.
Cherie Gil leaves behind three children: Bianca Rogoff, Jay Gil, and Raphael Rogoff.