Mico Palanca Bio
Mico Palanca was a character actor from Philippines. He is the younger brother of actor Bernard Palanca and is best known for his roles in various television series such as Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay (2002) and It Might Be You (2004-2005), and films Dreamboy (2005) and Yamashita: The Tiger’s Treasure (2001). He found dead after he jumped out in a residential area in Santolan Town in San Juan. He was born on February 3, 1978, and died on December 9, 2019. He has died at the age of 41.
|Birth Date||February 3, 1978|
|Death Date||December 9, 2019|
|Parents||Pita Revilla-Palanca, Bernard Palanca, Sr|
|Death Cause||jumped out|
|Net Worth||Update Soon|
Life and career
Mico Palanca is the son of Pita Revilla-Palanca, Bernard Palanca, Sr. His older brother Bernard Palanca and maternal grandfather Armando Goyena are both actors. He has Chinese ancestry from his paternal family.
He was signed with television network ABS-CBN until 2012 when he decided to sign a contract with rival network GMA 7 after a 15-year career with the former.
He has starred in prime-time dramas such as Tiggle Kong Hunt and The Mate BU, where he starred alongside Be Alonzo, with whom he played for five years.
Planka played “Sensory” in 2006 as Walling Ning in Zosimo and was also part of Palos’ cast in 2008.
It was last shown on the TV in the 14th episode of the afternoon drama series Price Hearts Romance Presentations on the ABS-CBN network: Lumio as A Opposition in 2012.
In mid-2012, he entered into an agreement with the GMA Network, ending his career at ABS-CBN beginning in 1997. He now works as a freelance actor who appears on all TV networks.
Mico Palanca Death Cause
Filipino actor Mico Palanca died on December 9, 2019. According to the report, he was depressed about his love-life so he decided to take his own life and jumped out of the building today, December 9. He was 41 years old.
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RIP Mico Palanca?? pic.twitter.com/KHGZAlNx7G
— Chuck Bass (@Taimtim20) December 9, 2019