Stars, industry members remember Lilia Cuntapay

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Stars, industry members remember Lilia Cuntapay
Antoinette Jadaone, Paolo Ballesteros, Aiza Seguerra, and more say goodbye to the late iconic actress

REST IN PEACE. On social media, industry members pay their respects to the late 'Horror Movie Queen' Lilia Cuntapay. Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler, Screengrabs from Instagram/pochoy_29/iceseguerra

MANILA, Philippines – Following the death of “Horror Movie Queen” Lilia Cuntapay, stars and other members of the industry took to social media to pay their respects and to remember her.

Lilia died on Saturday, August 20, weeks after she asked for assistance to get her medication, as she was suffering from a spinal column illness and could no longer walk. (READ: ‘Horror Movie Queen’ Lilia Cuntapay dies at 81)

Lilia was known for her roles in the Shake, Rattle, and Roll movies, and was featured in a 2011 mockumentary Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay, directed by Antoinette Jadaone.

Tonette was one of those who paid her respects to the late actress on Twitter, saying, “Hindi ka namin makakalimutan, Nanay Lilia. Pahinga ka na.” (We won’t forget you, Nanay Lilia. Rest now.)


Actors and personalities like Aiza Seguerra, Paolo Ballesteros, Mark Herras, and more bid farewell to the late actress. 

Paolo Ballesteros

Babay sa Horror Queen, The Lilia Cuntapaywag moko dadalawin ha. Labyu

A photo posted by Paolo Ballesteros (@pochoy_29) on

Aiza Seguerra

Rest in Peace po Mommy Lilia. You will be missed. Maraming salamat po sa lahat.

A photo posted by Ice Diño Seguerra (@iceseguerra) on

Ramon Bautista

Maraming salamat po nanay Lilia<3 #Idol #InstitusyonNgPelikulangPilipino #LiliaCuntapay #KagwapuhangSapatLang

A photo posted by ramon bautista (@ramonbautista) on

Mark Herras

Rest in peace Tita Lilia Cuntapay

A photo posted by HerrasMarkAngelo (@angelo_herras) on

Rico Robles

Rest in peace to the Philippines horror queen Lilia Cuntapay ,81 #ricochismoso

A photo posted by Rico Robles(@ricochismoso) on

Mon Confiado

Movie critic Philbert Dy called for a special screening of Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay, in honor of her death. 



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