Lino Cayetano


Lino Cayetano was born in Taguig, Luzon, Philippines on January 4th, 1978 and is the Director. At the age of 45, Lino Cayetano biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 4, 1978
Place of Birth
Taguig, Luzon, Philippines
45 years old
Zodiac Sign
Politician, Volleyball Player
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University of the Philippines Diliman
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Fille Cainglet ​(m. 2013)​
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Lino Cayetano Career

He took up a mass communication degree in the University of the Philippines Diliman as a varsity scholar in 1999, he also finished a film degree in the New York University on the same year. Cayetano started his directorial work in 2004 for an episode of GMA's drama anthology Love to Love. In May of the same year, he directed an episode of the latter that featured the biography of his own father, entitled Upuan.

Cayetano then collaborated with Maryo J. de los Reyes to direct two television dramas in ABS-CBN, Mga Anghel na Walang Langit and Calla Lily. He also directed the singing competition series, Little Big Star. Among other notable projects that he directed for ABS-CBN are the television series Aryana, Noah, Tanging Yaman, Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo, Growing Up, and several episodes of the anthology series Ipaglaban Mo! and Maalaala Mo Kaya.

Cayetano returned to directing in 2016 as one of the directors of ABS-CBN's primetime drama series My Super D, together with Frasco Mortiz, after a 3-year break.

In 2010, Cayetano finally decided to enter into politics as a barangay captain of Fort Bonifacio. He was later elected as the Congressman of Taguig's 2nd District in 2013 at the age of 36, and under the Nacionalista Party. In his first days in office, Cayetano filed the "Iskolar ng Bayan" bill, that first implemented in the city. In the bill, all graduates and Top 10 of their classes from high schools are automatically become scholars in state-owned universities including the University of the Philippines.

Three years later, he filed the certificate of candidacy to seek a reelection as Congressman, but he decided to withdraw it to give way to his sister Pia as his replacement.

In 2019, he successfully ran for Mayor of Taguig, succeeding his sister-in-law Lani Cayetano. He served for only one term as mayor and stepped down in 2022.