Enrique Gil is a Filipino actor, dancer, and commercial model who was born on March 30, 1992. Mula Sa Puso, Budoy, Princess and I, Muling Buksan Ang Puso, and She’s the One are among the films and television shows in which Gil has appeared.

In 2014–15, he starred alongside Liza Soberano in the television series Forevermore as Alexander “Xander” Grande III. [6] He has since been in the films Just The Way You Are (2015), Everyday I Love You (2015), Dukot (2016), My Ex and Whys (2017), Seven Sundays (2017), and Alone/Together (2019), as well as the television series Dolce Amore (2016), Bagani (2018), and Make It With You (2019). (2020).

Gil was born in Cebu City, Philippines, on March 30, 1992.

Enrique Gil Parents: Meet Bambi Gil & Enrique Gil Sr.

Enrique Amadeo Gil III and Barbara Anne Bacay son is Enrique Amadeo Gil IV. Enrique Gil’s father is a Filipino of Spanish origin, and his mother has Spanish, German, and Swiss background. Enrique Javier (Javy) is his older brother, while Diandra Frances is his younger sister (Andie). His parents used to work for Philippine Airlines as flight attendants. Dingdong Dantes is also linked to him.

Gil finished elementary school in March 2004 at the Montessori De Manila, a private institute inside the BF Executive Village (Venice Street) in Las Pias, and secondary school in March 2008 at the Manresa School in Paraaque. He enrolled in San Beda College Alabang to earn an Information Technology degree, but he dropped out to focus on his acting career. In 2016, he enrolled in the Southville International School in BF International, Las Pias, for a Business Management Program.

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