On the 11th death anniversary of the legendary comedian Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon, a heartfelt tribute was held to honor his enduring legacy. Dolphy, known as the “King of Philippine Comedy,” continues to hold a special place in the hearts of Filipinos for his immense talent and contribution to the entertainment industry.

During the commemoration, one significant aspect that stood out was the visit of Dolphy’s former partner, Zsa Zsa Padilla. Dolphy passed away on July 10, 2012, due to pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and acute renal failure. Zsa Zsa Padilla, posted a photo on her Instagram account, showcasing her visit to Dolphy’s resting place at The Heritage Park in Taguig City.

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Photo: Screengrab Zsa-Zsa Padilla IG

In her post, Zsa Zsa expressed her prayers and continuous love for Dolphy, while also requesting the fans to join her in prayer.

Led by the Quizon family, including Dolphy’s children and loved ones, a commemoration was organized to celebrate his life and legacy. They gathered to pay their respects and remember the joy and laughter Dolphy brought to millions of people throughout his illustrious career. The event served as a poignant reminder of his contributions to Philippine entertainment.

Photo: Screengrab eric_quizon IG

Meanwhile, a special reunion took place among the cast members of the beloved sitcom “Home Along da Riles,” where Dolphy played the lead role.

The reunion served as a nostalgic gathering, with cast members sharing fond memories of working alongside Dolphy and expressing their gratitude for the laughter and joy he brought to audiences. The presence of the “Home Along da Riles” cast added an extra layer of significance to the tribute, highlighting the impact of Dolphy’s work and the lasting friendships formed during the show.

Dolphy’s legacy as a legendary comedian and entertainer continues to resonate even after 11 years since his passing. His timeless humor and ability to connect with audiences remain an integral part of Filipino entertainment history.