Terence Baylon
Terence Dale Niño Baylon (born April 26, 1984) is a Filipino actor and model. He started making movies and commercials at the age of 7. When he was 4 years old, he joined Eat Bulaga search for Little Mr. Pogi. Although he did not win the contest, his exposure gave him the chance to be discovered by an agent in charge of getting talents for modeling agencies in the Philippines. He is more popularly known as “Junjun”, Vilma Santos’ autistic child in the movie, “Ipagpatawad Mo”.


Early Life

Terence Baylon is born in Cebu City Philippines, the queen city of the south. His parents are both Filipino with mix Spanish-Chinese blood. He is the eldest of 3 siblings.


Terence Baylon used to be a child actor with 3 major acting awards for best child actor in the film Ipagpatawad Mo. He won FAMAS, Film Academy of the Philippines, and STAR awards best child actor category in 1992. He is the only child actor who won 3 consecutive awards in a certain category within a year, earning him a grand slam title. At the age of 12, Terence Baylon quit show business in 1996 to pursue his studies in Cebu.


Making a return in the limelight using his real name, Terence Baylon made a comeback movie titled I Wanna Be Happy together with Eddie Garcia, Cherry Pie Picache, Diana Zubiri, and Gloria Romero. He also appeared in the movie Twilight Dancers as a macho dancer. This film was shown internationally and was nominated in the Toronto Film Festival. He was also casted together with Cristine Reyes and Mike Tan in the movie Barang. The trio must fight for their lives in this nail-biting supernatural thriller movie from the Philippines.


Terence Baylon appeared on Tweetbiz QTV Channel 11
DZOE-TV, channel 11, is a television station in Quezon City, owned by ZOE Broadcasting Network. As part of an agreement with GMA Network, the station simulcasts GMA News TV, a national news channel...

 second week of May. He is planning to make a comeback based on an interview with Justine, one of the host of the show.

GMA Network

He was also casted in Now & Forever Linlang together with Polo Ravales, Lorna Tolentino, Diana Zubiri, and Rudy Fernandez. He is Ricky in the said teleserye.

He was one of the challengers together with his partner Diana Zubiri in Extra Challenge hosted by Paolo Bediones. The episode was titled pakners.

Based on an interview with S-files, Terence Baylon was accused as a male hosto in the Philippines before he made a comeback. However, Terence denied it on screen and revealed to the audience that he worked before in a call center.


Year Movie Role
1990 Kapag Langit ang Humatol Little Oliver
1991 Ipagpatawad Mo Jun-Jun
1993 Masahol Pa Sa Hayop Jun
2006 I Wanna Be Happy Mike
2006 Twilight Dancers
Twilight Dancers
Twilight Dancers is the last installment of director Mel Chionglo and writer Ricky Lee's trilogy about Macho Dancers. The first part was Sibak: Midnight Dancers in 1994, and the second part was Burlesk King in 1999...

2006 Barang Dave


Year Television Program Role
2006 Now and Forever: Linlang
Linlang is a Philippine television drama and the sixth installment of Now and Forever series. Linlang is a tale of betrayal, heartache and vengeance.- Plot :...

2005 Extra Challenge "Pakners" Episode Challenger
2003 Lunch Break Muna Teen Host
2006 Magpakailanman "Katya Santos Story" Katya's Friend
2006 Mahiwagang Baul "Si Edad at ang Puting Bantay" Puting Bantay
2005 Daisy Siete Season 7 "Ang Pitong Maria"
Daisy Siete
Daisy Siete was a long-running daily afternoon drama series top billed by the SexBomb Girls, an all-girl singing dance group in the Philippines. It premiered September 1, 2003 and unofficially ended on July 2, 2010....


Awards and nominations

Year Award Result Movie Role
1992 FAMAS Best Child Actor Ipagpatawad Mo Jun-Jun
1994 FAMAS Best Child Actor Nominee Masahol Pa Sa Hayop Jun
1991 FAMAS Best Child Actor Nominee Kapag Langit ang Humatol Little Oliver
1992 GAWAD URIAN Best Supporting Actor Nominee Ipagpatawad Mo Jun-Jun
1992 STAR Awards Best Child Actor Ipagpatawad Mo Jun-Jun
1992 Film Academy of the Philippines Best Child Actor Ipagpatawad Mo Jun-Jun

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