Who Is Rony Rogoff, Cherie Gil’s Ex-Husband? Details of Two Sons and a Daughter are explained
A well-known star from the Philippines is Cherie Gil. In the Philippine film industry, Cherie, also known as “Evangeline Rose Gil Eigenmann,” spent nearly 50 years of her life earning the title of “quintessential kontrabida.”
She was awarded the moniker “La Primera Contravida” due to her immense acting talent and contributions to Philippine cinema.
Cherie was honored with the Ani ng Dangal (Harvest of Honor) Award from the NCCA, a FAMAS Award, and the “Best Supporting Actress” Hall of Fame Award from the Metro Manila Film Festival.
Likewise, she was named “Best Actress” in the 2015 ASEAN International Film Awards. She received the “Best Lead Actress in a Foreign Language Film” award at the Madrid International Film Festival in the same year.
Initial sources state that Gil died at the age of 59. Continue reading to learn about the tragic and surprising news of La Primera Contravida’s passing.
Who Is Rony Rogoff, Cherie Gil’s Ex-Husband?
Previously, Cherie Gil was wed to violinist Rony Rogoff. Born in Israel, Rony’s first teachers were Ramy Shevelov and his father, a founder member of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
Before divorcing in 2008, Cherie and Rony were wed for twenty years. Cherie got back together with her ex-husband, the famous Israeli musician, and quit the program before returning to the US.
A relative asserted in 2021 that Rony and Cherie had chosen to reconcile thirteen years after divorcing in order to be with one another. However, the statement had no additional implications or impact.
One of the contentious reasons for her absence from Legal Wives was the rekindling of Cherie and Rony’s bond.
The actress’ involvement in Legal Wives was highlighted by GMA-7 notwithstanding Cherie’s unannounced exit from the program. However, the respected GMA-7 management stayed mum regarding her disappearance.
Initial reports state that Gil, who earned the nickname “La Primera Contravida” for her skill as an actress and contributions to Philippine cinema, died at the age of 59.
Details: There are two sons and one daughter in the family
Cherie reportedly sold everything she possessed at the beginning of this year, including her car, and flew to New York to be with her children. Additionally, she went on international trips with a clean-shaven appearance to symbolize rebirth.
Because she was the most incredible “kontravida” the entertainment world had ever known, the sudden departure was surprising, and the industry felt her absence.
Three children, Bianca Rogoff, Jay Gil, and Raphael Rogoff, were raised by the seasoned actress. She had the other two children with Rony Rogoff, while Jay (Jeremiah David) is a child from her former union with actor Leo Martinez.
The megastar posted a disturbing tweet just before she passed away about going to a spot distant from California to visit a close friend who was in critical condition. “I travelled to a place very far away from California to visit a very sick friend who happens to mean the world to me,” The Megastar wrote in her article.
Who Are the Parents of the Late Actress Cherie Gil?
Another Filipino actress, Annabella Rama, wrote on social media asking her followers to pray for legendary actress Cherie Gil, confirming Cherie Gil’s passing. On Friday, August 5, 2022, she passed away.
Following her passing, one Twitter user commented, “I’m devastated to learn that Ms. Cherie Gil, one of the greatest actors of all time, passed away at 5 o’clock today, August 5, 2022. La Primera Contravida, you are forever going to be missed!”
Her death is the subject of numerous rumors, but the precise cause is still unknown. People are paying her respect in abundance on social media.
Thanks to her well-known parents and gifted acting siblings, Cherie got her start in the entertainment business at a young age. On May 12, 1963, Gil was born in Manila, Philippines. Her parents, Eddie Mesa and Rosemarie Gil, gave birth to her.
In the 1978 movie Bubot a Bayabas, Cherie co-starred in the lead role with fellow rookie, Ronald Bregendahl. When it was first released, the movie was a failure. But in 1979, Lily Monteverde, a film heiress, reinvented Hil as Problem Child, the zeitgeist teen star.