Coco Martin Net Worth


Coco Martin’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Coco Martin (Rodel Pacheco Nacianceno) was born on 1 November, 1981 in San Fernando, Philippines, is a Filipino actor, director and film producer. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Coco Martin’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As Rodel Pacheco Nacianceno
Occupation Actor, director, producer, screenwriter, creative manager, endorser
Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 1 November 1981
Birthday 1 November
Birthplace San Fernando, Philippines
Nationality Filipino

What is Coco Martin’s net worth?

Coco Martin’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Coco Martin is 40 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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In 2020, Martin returned to the contract of ABS-CBN’s Star Magic talent.


In 2017, Martin starred as the titular character in the Ang Panday reboot, while also serving as the director thus marking his directorial debut. He is credited under his real name, Rodel Nacianceno for his roles as director.

In 2017, Martin star as the titular character in Ang Panday reboot, while also serving as the director and producer thus marking his directorial and producing debut. The role was first popularized by late actor Fernando Poe Jr., hence, making it the second time Martin will portray one of his roles. The film will be one of the selected entries in 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival.


In 2016, he starred in The Super Parental Guardians, along with Vice Ganda, Simon Pineda, and Awra under Star Cinema.


In early 2015, he starred in a Philippine fantasy drama anthology WansapanaSummer entitled “Yamishita’s Treasures” alongside his leading lady Julia Montes. The show lasted for 4 months.

In September 2015, Martin together with an ensemble cast starred in the TV adaptation of the late Fernando Poe Jr.’s film FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano. To portray the role, he had to train various martial arts such as Kickboxing, Arnis, and MMA. With the series dominating primetime and Philippine television, the tag “King of Philippine Television” was given to Martin. Prior to FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, Martin similar to his character Cardo, portrayed Police Inspector Gary Erana in an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya co-starring Angel Locsin and Ejay Falcon dedicated to the memory of Special Action Force members killed in the Mamasapano clash.


In 2014, Martin starred in the period drama television series entitled Ikaw Lamang, alongside Walang Hanggan leading lady Julia Montes, and Tayong Dalawa co-stars Kim Chiu and Jake Cuenca. He also starred in another mainstream film Maybe This Time, with singer-actress Sarah Geronimo.

In October 2014, he celebrated his 10th anniversary in show business.


In 2012, Martin starred in another ensemble series titled Walang Hanggan, an adaptation of the 1991 film Hihintayin Kita sa Langit. Having a good chemistry together, his love team with Walang Hanggan leading lady Julia Montes is Martín’s most successful and effective love team, giving them more chance to star in other projects. Because of the success of the series, Coco Martin was then dubbed as the “Prince of Philippine TV Series”. He was also the creative consultant of the series. He also starred in his second mainstream film entitled Born to Love You, opposite singer Angeline Quinto.

In May 2012, a script for a film called Juan dela Cruz was submitted to the 2012 Metro Manila Film Festival, starring Martin alongside Tayong Dalawa co-star Jake Cuenca, Nagsimula Sa Puso and Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin leading lady Maja Salvador, and Kung Tayo’y Magkakalayo co-star Albert Martinez. The entry, directed by Richard Somes, was one of the 7 rejected scripts. Cinemedia Films Production Incorporated and ABS-CBN Dreamscape Entertainment unit head Deo Endrinal decided to retool the cancelled film as a television series, which was aired in 2013. While Angel Locsin was originally pegged to be Martin’s leading lady, Erich Gonzales ultimately bagged the role. Together with Martin, Gonzales and Martínez, Arron Villaflor, Eddie Garcia, Zsa Zsa Padilla and Gina Pareño played supporting roles.


In 2011, he led the highly acclaimed television series Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin. In May, Martín received the Dekada Award in the Gawad Urian ceremony. He was nominated for multiple awards for his portrayal as Alexander and Javier del Tierro in Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, namely from the KBP Golden Dove Awards, Golden Screen Awards and Star Awards for TV.


In 2010, he became part of the cast of ABS-CBN’s primetime drama Kung Tayo’y Magkakalayo, and had his first leading role in the action series Tonyong Bayawak. He also starred in his first mainstream film Sa ‘yo Lamang, and the primetime series 1DOL. Martin also filmed another independent film titled Kinatay, where he was nominated for a FAMAS Award for Best Actor.


In 2008, Martin was cast in Ligaw na Bulaklak as one of the regular cast members. In 2009, he starred in the drama series Tayong Dalawa where he won the award for Best Drama Actor at the 2009 Star Awards for Television. After Tayong Dalawa, he starred in the afternoon soap opera titled Nagsimula sa Puso, alongside Maja Salvador, Jason Abalos and Nikki Gil. In the same year, he joined Star Magic.


Since then he has appeared in several TV advertisements before breaking back into showbiz with his lead debut independent film Masahista for which he was awarded the Young Critics Circle Best Actor Award in 2006. He also starred in Summer Heat in 2006.


Martin started out in one of the ABS-CBN’s talent agency, Star Magic, as part of the Star Circle Batch 9. He made his first cameo film appearance in the 2001 film Luv Text where he was credited under his real name, Rodel Nacianceno, followed by many independent films.


Rodel Pacheco Nacianceno (born November 1, 1981), known professionally as Coco Martin, is a Filipino actor, director, and film producer, best known for playing the lead roles in Walang Hanggan, Ikaw Lamang, Juan dela Cruz and FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.

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