Efren Reyes Jr.

Efren Reyes Jr.
Born Efren Montes Reyes Jr.
(1959-06-25) June 25, 1959
Manila, Philippines
Other names Jun
Occupation actor, writer, director
Years active 1968–present
Parent(s) Efren Reyes Sr.
Virginia Montes
Family Cristina Reyes

Efren Montes Reyes Jr. (born June 25, 1959) is a Filipino actor known for his last leading role in an action pack two movies Tapos Na Ang Lahi Mo, Hadji Djakiri in 1990 and Nestor Solis in 1996.

Early life

Reyes was born on June 25, 1959 in Manila, Philippines, he is a fourth generation artist being the son of actor, writer, director and film producer of the late Efren Reyes Sr. and actress, director and film producer Virginia Montes. He is the brother of actress, Cristina Reyes. He is the nephew of actors Johnny Reyes and Tessie Quintana. He is the grandson of writer Pedrito Reyes. He is the great grandson of play-write Severino Reyes who is also known as "Lola Basyang" And is called "the Father of Philippine Sarsuela. Reyes was first introduced as a child actor in the movie Eskinita 29 in 1968, then later he became an action star in the 1980s,[1] and then took roles as main villain in 1989 up to the present in Philippine movies and television series.


TV shows


Movie writer

Movie director


FAMAS Awards

Gawad Urian Awards


External links

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