Famous People From Cavite Province by City and Town

This is a list of famous people from the province of Cavite in Southern Tagalog Region or Region 4a. They are arranged by city and by town. You may click on the name to see the biography or profile of the person.

Bacoor City
Lani Mercado-Revilla – Mayor, Actress, Former Congresswoman
Catherine Evaristo – Vice Mayor, Former Mayor
Diether Ocampo – Actor
Arra San Agustin – Actress
Mark Oblea – Actor, Singer and model
Strike Revilla – Congressman

Cavite City
Bernardo Paredes – Mayor
Denver Christopher R. Chua – Vice Mayor
Brace Arquiza – Actor, Dancer and Model
Dominic Roque – Actor and model
Efren Pe├▒aflorida – CNN Hero of the Year

Dasmarinas City
Jennifer A. Barzaga – Mayor, Former Congresswoman
Raul Rex R. Mangubat – Vice Mayor
Elpidio Barzaga Jr. – Congressman, Former Mayor

Miguel Tanfelix – Actor and Model
Paulo Campos – National Scientist
Seth Fedelin – Pinoy Big Brother – Otso Housemate

General Trias City
Antonio A. Ferrer – Mayor
Maurito Sison – Vice Mayor, Former Mayor
Luis A. Ferrer IV – Current Congressman

Imus City
Emmanuel L. Maliksi – Mayor
Arnel “Ony” M. Cantimbuhan – Vice Mayor
Alexander L. Advincula – Current Congressman
Erineo Maliksi – Former Governor
Francisca Tirona-Benitez – Co-founder of Philippine Women’s University
Hilario Lara – National Scientist
Jose Velasco – National Scientist
Gaea Salipot – The Voice Kids 2019 contestants
Luis Antonio Tagle – Roman Catholic Cardinal
Marcelito Pomoy – Singer
Panfilo Lacson – Senator and Former Chief of the PNP
Princess Guevarra – Actress
Ramon Revilla Sr. – Former Senator, Noted Actor

Tagaytay City
Agnes D. Tolentino – Mayor
Reymond A. Ambion – Vice Mayor
Abraham Tolentino – Congressman, Former Mayor
Francis Tolentino – Current Senator, Former Mayor, Former Chairman of Metro Manila Development Authority

Trece Martires City
Gemma B. Lubigan – Mayor
Romeo L. Montehermoso Jr. – Vice Mayor
Melandres G. de Sagun – Former Mayor

Alfonso
Randolph A. Salamat – Mayor
Madona Mojica-Pel – Vice Mayor

Amadeo
Redel John B. Dionisio – Mayor
Conrado Viado – Vice Mayor, Former Mayor

Carmona
Roy M. Loyola – Mayor, Former Congressman
Cesar L. Ines, Jr. – Vice Mayor
Dahlia A. Loyola – Congresswoman, Former Mayor

General Emilio Aguinaldo
Nelia Bencito Angeles – Mayor
Louel Gloriani Golfo – Vice Mayor
Danilo Mendoza Bencito – Former Mayor

General Mariano Alvarez
Walter Echevarria Jr. – Mayor
Maricel E. Torres – Vice Mayor
Bugoy Carino – Actor, Dancer

Indang
Perfecto V. Fidel – Mayor
Ismael D. Rodil – Vice Mayor

Kawit
Angelo Emilio G. Aguinaldo – Mayor
Armando V. Bernal – Vice Mayor
Cesar Virata – Former Prime Minister during Marcos Presidency
Francis Gerald “Blue Boy” Abaya – Congressman
Emilio Aguinaldo – First President of the Philippines
Pedro D. Arigo – Catholic Bishop

Magallanes
Jasmin Angelli Maligaya-Bautista – Mayor
Renato Maligaya Dimapilis – Vice Mayor

Maragondon
Reynaldo A. Rillo – Mayor
Alfredo A. Bersabe – Vice Mayor
Ricardo Marquez – Former Chief of Philippine National Police

Mendez
Fredderick Aure Vida – Mayor
Francisco T. Mendoza Jr. – Vice Mayor

Naic
Junio C. Dualan – Mayor
Rogelio H. Pangilinan – Vice Mayor

Noveleta
Dino R. Chua – Mayor
Arlynn A. Torres -Vice Mayor

Rosario
Jose M. Ricafrente Jr. – Mayor
Jose Voltaire V. Ricafrente III – Vice Mayor, Former Mayor

Silang
Socorro Rosario Poblete – Mayor
Aidel Paul G. Belamide – Vice Mayor
Anthony Falcon – Actor
Emilia Lourdes Poblete – Former Mayor

Tanza
Yuri A. Pacumio – Mayor
Raymundo “Munding” A. Del Rosario – Vice Mayor
Justiniano Solis Montano Sr. – Former Senator
Felipe Calder├│n – Father of the Malolos Constitution
Louise Delos Reyes – Actress and Model

Ternate
Lamberto D. Bambao – Mayor
Salvador C. Gubio Jr. – Vice Mayor
Herminio C. Lindo – Former Mayor

RELATED: Cavite Province History, Geography, Economy

See also:
Famous People from Batangas Province
List of Philippine Provinces and Capital by Region

Famous People from Cavite
The first president of the Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo is the most famous individual from Cavite Province. (Credit: Malacanang.gov.ph)
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