Lino Cayetano


Lino Cayetano was born in Taguig, Luzon, Philippines on January 4th, 1978 and is the Director. At the age of 46, 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
46 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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Rene Cayetano (father)
Lino Cayetano Life

Lino Edgardo Schramm Cayetano (born January 4, 1978) is a Filipino television producer, former member of the House of Representatives and a candidate Mayor of Taguig since June 30, 2019.

He is the younger brother of House Majority Senators Pia Cayetano and Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano.

Personal life

Cayetano is currently married to former Ateneo Lady Eagles volleyball player Fille Cainglet, who is 12 years younger than him. Cayetano and Cainglet first met together in an all-star volleyball tournament in 2013.

In Mactan, Cebu, the couple got married on December 27, 2013. Ino Philip, a two-year-old boy, lived with him and Cainglet.

On August 8, 2016, the couple welcomed their second child, Fille Renee, who was named after her in the U.S. Lily Saint, their third child, was born on March 3, 2018. Cayetano has been involved in various friendships with Kris Aquino, Shaina Magdayao, KC Concepcion, and Bianca Gonzales over the years.

Lino is also known as a "father's boy," where he donated a one-third of liver to his ailing father, former Senator Rene Cayetano, who died of liver disease complications in June 2003. He is also a member of the UP men's volleyball team.


Lino Cayetano Career


He started a mass communication degree at the University of Diliman in 1999, and he also completed a film degree at the University of New York University in the same year. Cayetano's debutorial work began in 2004 for an episode of GMA's drama anthology Love to Love. He produced an episode of the latter that included the biography of his own father, entitled Upuan, in May of the same year.

Cayetano joined Maryo J. Reyes to direct two television dramas in ABS-CBN, Mga Anghel, and Calla Lily. He also produced the singing competition series Little Big Star. Among the many notable projects he directed for ABS-CBN are television series Aryana, Noah, Tanging Yaman, Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo, Growing Up, and several episodes of the anthology series Ipaglaban Mo! Maala Mo Kaya, and Maala Alaiman.

After a three-year absence, Cayetano returned to directing in 2016 as one of the producers of ABS's primetime drama series My Super D. Frasco Mortiz and Fasco Mortiz co-started.

Cayetano's uncle, Juan Manuel, was voted into politics in 2010 as the head of Fort Bonifacio's barangay. He was later elected as the Congressman of Taguig's 2nd District in 2013 at the age of 36, and under the Nacionalist Party. Cayetano introduced the "Iskolar ng Bayan" bill in his first days in office, the city's first law. All graduates and Top ten of their classes from high schools will automatically become scholars in state-owned universities, including the University of the Philippines.

He applied for reelection as congressman three years ago but decided against it to replace his sister Pia as his replacement.

He ran for Mayor of Taguig in 2019, succeeding his sister-in-law Lani Cayetano. He served for only one term as mayor before resigning in 2022.