John Marvin Nieto aka Yul Servo Biography, Latest

John Marvin Nieto is a Filipino politician and actor. He is the current congressman of the third legislative district of Manila. Running under the local Asenso Party in the May 13, 2019 election, he defeated Zenaida Angping of Lakas Party. Jump to movie list.

Yul Servo (John Nieto)
Yul Servo (John Nieto) (Photo Credit: Facebook Page)

Personal Information
Real Name –> John Marvin Nieto
Screen Name –> Yul Servo (Note: This was chosen by director Maryo J. de los Reyes)
Other Names –> Jon-Jon
Birth Date –> February 22, 1977 (age 42)
Birth Place –> Manila, Philippines

Father –> Martin Romano (Architect by profession but entrepreneur bu occupation)
Yul Servo came from a middle class family. He has seven siblings (3 brothers and 4 sisters)

College – Philippine College of Criminology
Course – Criminology

Showbiz Career
Yul Servo was all set to become a policeman but his uncle, Willy Cruz, convinced him to enter the field of entertainment. The veteran film director, Maryo De Los Reyes suggested that he start as an actor in stage plays. He then became lead actor of “Mass”, an adaptation of National Artist F. Sionil Jose’s novel by Tanghalang Pilipino. Soon, projects in film and television followed.

Notable Television Shows
2019 – Magpakailanman: Pampanga Earthquake Victims
2018 – Tadhana: Mabuting Anak
2017 – Magpakailanman: Love Is Complicated: The Edgar Mendoza Story
2016 – Oh, My Mama!
2015 – Baker King
2014 – Kambal Sirena
2013 – Anna KareNina
2012 – Biritera
2011 – Bangis
2010-2011 – Jillian: Namamasko Po
2010 – Sine Novela Presents: Mars Ravelo’s Trudis Liit
2009 – Zorro
2009 – Rosalinda
2008-2009 – LaLola
2007 – Maria Flordeluna
2006 – Calla Lily
2005 – Kampanerang Kuba
2002-2003 – Habang Kapiling Ka
2001-2003 – Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka

Movie List
2011 – Rosario
2010 – Brutus: Ang Paglalakbay
2008 – Torotot (Destierro)
2008 – Dose (Twelve)
2004 – Ang Naglalayag
2002 – Laman
2001 – Batang West Side

Political Career
2016-Present – Congressman
2007-2016 – Councilor

Achievements and Awards
2008 – Best Actor for Torotot by Brussels International Film Festival
2008 – Dose (Twelve)
2004 – Best Actor for Naglalayag by Brussels International Film Festival
2004 – Best Actor for Naglalayag by Manila Film Festival
2002 – Best Actor for Batang West Side by Brussels International Film Festival

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