Guy Donato

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Guy Donato is a Filipino actor.

Early life

Donato was born in 1941.

Older brother of actor Robert Campos, to whom he introduced the film business.

Film career

Donato was a contract star for LVN Pictures in the 1950s.[1] His first movie was Balae, co-starring Nenita Vidal and Manding Claro.

He appeared in Austerity Love a Musical with Nestor de Villa & Luisa Montesa.

Guy appeared in Tayo'y Magsaya with Lita Gutierrez and Nida Blanca.

He joined the other 25 movie actors from LVN with seven directors in a film entitled Casa Grande.

He co-starred with Nida Blanca and Nestor de Villa in a Musical/Love Story movie, Wala kang Paki, also known as You Don't Have a Right.

In 1958, he was one of the leading men in the family drama Limang Dalangin, known in English as Five Prayers.



  1. Macaro, Butch. "Big Ike". The FAP e-Zine. Film Academy of the Philippines. Archived from the original on 20 July 2011. 

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