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While her family is mourning the Filipino actress, Cherie Gil has three children.

Cherie Gil and Rony Rogoff, her ex-husband, had two children together. Jay was her son’s name from her previous union with Leo Martinez.

She died at the age of 59. She was treated at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, according to news reports.


How old are the sons and daughter of Cherie Gil, who loved all three of her children?

Rony Rogoff, a violinist, was Cherie Gil’s husband. But before that, she was also in a relationship with Leo Martinez. She and the actor have one child together, Jay Eigenmann.

She later gave birth to Raphael and Bianca after marrying Rogoff. Unfortunately, the couple decided to call off their marriage in 2008.


However, Gil adored each of their three children. Her entire family lives in the country.

The Jay, her eldest son, keeps in touch with his two younger siblings. He is employed in New York as a sound engineer.


Likewise, her daughter Bianca graduated from New York University (NYU) in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in acting. Raphael also has a degree from NYU. In 2020 he received his university diploma.

Bianca and Raphael, two of their children, are in their early to mid-20s, while their eldest son may be in his early 30s.


Information about Cherie Gil’s famous siblings

Cherie Gil was born into a famous and artistic family. Mark Gil and Michael Edward Gil Eigenmann were her two siblings.

Mark was a Filipino actor who typically portrayed the main antagonist in action films. He is best known for his portrayal of Lorna Tolentino’s former American boss, lover and murderess in the real-life drama-thriller The Elsa Castillo Story: The Chop-Chop Lady.


He also appeared in several acting programs. The last was The Legal Wife, an ABS CBN drama. Unfortunately, on September 1, 2014, at the age of 52, he lost his battle with cancer.

Liver cirrhosis from liver cancer was the cause of death. He is survived by his wife Maricar, six children, parents, siblings and seven grandchildren.


Mike Gil, Cherie Gil’s late brother, and

Michael, Cherie’s second brother, also began acting when he was 16. He is also well known in the film and television industry.


He debuted in the industry with Araw-araw, Gabi-gabi in 1975 and he’s still going strong. In ABS-CBN TV show Ang Probinsyano he was one of the directors and Pat. Ramil “Manager” D. Taduran since 2016.

He won the Best Actor award at the 11th Gawad Urian for his work in Unfaithful Wife, and he won the Best Supporting Actor award at the 46th Metro Manila Film Festival for Isa Pang Bahaghari.


Cherie Gil’s parents are famous

Eddie Mesa and Rosemarie Gil gave birth to Cherie Gil. They connected at a job. Michael Edward (Michael de Mesa), their first child, was born in 1960.

After the birth of their first child in 1961, they were united in marriage. They later gave birth to Raphael John (Mark Gil) and Evangeline Rose (Cherie Gil). However, they divorced in 1970 over marital issues, including Mesa’s alleged drinking and woman’s life.


Rosemarie stayed in the Philippines and resumed her acting career, but Mesa went to Guam in 1978 and lived there for six months before moving to Hawaii after martial law was declared in 1972. Mesa made amends with his wife in 1986 after becoming a born-again Christian.

Cherie’s father is a former Filipino singer and actress. He was found by talent agents after singing a Sammy Davis song. He later appeared in cinemas with Susan Roces and the late Fernando Poe Jr.


He is currently a pastor worshiping God while living in the United States with his wife.

Similar to her, Rosemarie made her big screen debut in Sta. Rita De Casia (Patrona ng Impossible) from Premiere Productions where she played the title role (1958). Her most famous films include Night of the Cobra Woman and Friends in Love.


Her most notable film of the 1970s, Burlesk Queen, in which she starred alongside Vilma Santos, received numerous awards. She was a nominee for the FAMAS Award and the Gawad Urian Award for Best Supporting Actor. She won Best Supporting Actress for her work in the film at the Metro Manila Film Festival.

In 2004 she stopped acting in films and on television. However, she returned in 2018 in the film Delia & Sammy.