Bernard Bonnin Actor

Bernard Bonnin (September 8, 1939 – November 21, 2009) was a Filipino actor. He was born on September 8, 1939 to parents Juan S. Bonnin a pure Spaniard from Palma de Mallorca and his mother Lina Zayco a native of Negros in Himamaylan, Negros Occidental. He moved to Manila at the age of 14 to complete his high school in San Beda. He rose to fame with the 1965 movie, Palos. In 2008, ABS-CBN remade Palos into a TV series starring Jake Cuenca, with Bonnin in a supporting role. Bonnin appeared in over 100 films, including Gagamba, Ako ang Lalagot sa Hininga Mo, Code Name: Bomba, Target: Captain Karate. His first film was Ay Pepita. In This Action Movie Villain Role of Ako ang Tatapos sa Araw mo (1989), Ibabaon Kita sa Lupa (1990), Dudurugin Kita ng Bala ko (1992), Nandito Ako (1993), and Duwelo (1996). He has a son with former love team Lourdes Medel, and three more with non-showbiz wife Digna Bonnin (Melvin Bonnin, Maria Antonia(Tonette) Bonnin and France Bonnin). He was father of actor Richard Bonnin and actress and former beauty queen Charlene Gonzales.

Personal details

Date of birth
September 8th, 1939
Place of birth
Date of death
November 21st, 2009 at age of 70
Place of death
Quezon City, Philippines



Movie performances

1. Women in Cages (1971)

Action, Crime, Drama
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Women in Cages is a 1971 film in the women in prison sexploitation sub-genre, co-produced by Roger Corman and directed by Gerardo de León. It was prominently featured in the Planet Terror portion of the 2007 film Grindhouse. Grindhouse director Quentin Tarantino said of the film, "I'm a huge, huge fan of Gerry de Leon.... the film is just harsh, harsh, harsh." He described the final shot as one of "devastating despair.


Top cast

Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Felipe Sacdalan
United States of America, Philippines


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