Famous And Notable Persons In Quezon Province

Quezon Province is the land of the famous and the notable. Hence the emergence and the excellence of Quezonians in different fields.

Here are some proud Quezonians who made names for themselves and are now famous for their contributions in their respective careers:

Manuel L. Quezon, the second President of the Philippines – Baler (now a part of Aurora)
Agnes Devanadera, former Solicitor-General and Secretary of the Department of Justice – Sampaloc
Manoling Morato, former Chairman of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office- Calauag
Zanjoe Marudo, former PBB housemate, actor – Calauag
Veyda Inoval, Star Circle Kid Questor (2010) – Calauag

Tomas Morato, former Mayor of Calauag and Quezon City – Calauag
Rey Danseco, Sports Editor and WBC boxing judge – Calauag
Lorenzo Tañada, former Senator – Gumaca
Wigberto Tañada, former Liberal Party President and former senator – Gumaca
Lorenzo Tañada III, Congressman, Liberal Party Spokesman – Gumaca

Proceso Alcala, Secretary, Department of Agriculture – Lucena City
Antonio A.Morales, Consul-General (Italy), – Mulanay
Aiza Seguerra, Filipino actress and singer – Calauag
Tommy Abuel, actor – Lucban
Leo Oracion, mountaineer/1st Filipino who climbed at Mt. Everest/member of Mt. Everest summit – Lucban

Anna Capri, actress – Infanta
Raimund Marasigan, musician (Eraserheads, Sandwich, Pedicab, Cambio) – Candelaria
Romeo Vasquez -Actor, Tayabas City
Edgar Mortiz, actor/director – Infanta
Orlando Nadres, writer/screenwriter/director – Tayabas City

Aaron Lozada, entertainment blogger/writer – Atimonan, Quezon
Most Reverend Angel N. Lagdameo, D.D., Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Jaro and former President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines – Lucban
Kris Psyche Resus, Miss Philippines Earth 2010, Infanta
Lily Monteverde, Movie Producer, Regal Films, Sariaya

Maritoni Daya,former beauty queen, singer- Lucban
Ricca Bojo, Miss Philippine Youth 2011- Lucban
Uro Dela Cruz, director- Bubble Gang- Lucban
Alice Dixson, actress – Philippine Cinema – Guinayangan, Quezon

Reference:
Wikipedia.org.

Images from:
.pinoybigbrother.com
philippineindex.com
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