Look: Veteran Actor John Regala Asks For Help From “Ang Probinsyano” Star Coco Martin

Veteran actor John Paul Guido Boucher Scherrer, better known as John Regala recently appealed to “Ang Probinsyano” co-director and lead actor Coco Martin, to help him in his difficult situation right now.

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Just like the other former celebrities who lost their stardom and get their second shot in the longest-running television series of Coco, it will be recalled that John Regala was also given the chance to appear in the said series way back in 2016, where he played the antagonist role of Congressman Randolf Subito.

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Recently, this former ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ actor once again appealed to Coco Martin if he could give him another job. He is also knocking at the doors of the Kapamilya Network and GMA Network to provide him an acting project since he is really financially challenged at the moment. This was revealed in a recent interview with the veteran actor.

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According to the report, the media who conducted the said interview during the wake of his mother, former actress Ruby Regala, said that it’s quite obvious that Regala is experiencing a health issue based on his physical appearance and by the way he talks.


The veteran actor lost his mother last January 11, because of a brain tumor. He also shared in the same interview that his mom passed away in a health facility in Washington, D.C. and they were only able to bring her remains back home through the help of their church members in Iglesia Ni Cristo, as well as the Department of Foreign Affairs.

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John Regala is a popular actor, particularly in the 90’s Philippine movies and television series, portraying ‘villain’ roles. He was once tagged unofficially as a “Bad Boy” of the Philippine action films. He appeared in many hit action films such as “Isa-Isahin ko Kayo,” “Alyas Baby Face,” “Lintik Lang Ang Walang Ganti,” Primitivo Ebok Ala: Kalaban Mortal Ni Baby Ama,”and many more.