The tomb of Horror Queen Lilia Cuntapay is in this disposition.
HORROR QUEEN LILIA CUNTAPAY – The tomb of the Philippines’ “Horror Queen” Lilia Cuntapay is in this condition two years after she died.
One of the familiar faces in Pinoy horror films is the late actress Lilia Cuntapay. She is known for her expert acting when it comes to scaring her viewers and her very long hair which adds up to the eerie of the roles she used to play.
Her debut role was in the Filipino horror film series Shake Rattle and Roll in 1991 and was then dubbed the “Queen of Philippine Horror Movies” due to her roles in many horror films.
One of her last appearances was in the series Ang Probinsyano of Coco Martin. Cuntapay never married but she had adopted children and died at the age of 81. Before passing, she even asked her colleagues in the industry to help her in her medication as she cannot work anymore suffering from a spinal cord illness which disabled her to walk.
She is very well-known for bit roles like witches, ghosts, or aswangs in several classic Filipino horror movies and TV series during the ’80s, ’90s, and early 2000s.
And now, 2 years after she died, based on ABS-CBN’s report, her family sought help to people regarding her unfinished tomb. It doesn’t have a gravestone yet, was not painted, and could hardly be seen right away because of the tall grasses covering it.
The only thing that tells that it was the late actress’ tomb is the torn tarpaulin hanged on it which broke people’s hearts. Her family is calling out some help to give the horror and remarkable actress a proper resting place.
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