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Born: November 2, 1965 (age 54 years), Tondo, Philippines
Height: 1.68 m
Children: Arnauld Ymanuel Veluz Clavio
Education: University of Santo Tomas, UST Faculty of Arts and Letters
Awards: PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Morning Show Host
In August 2020, former OFW Sarah Balabagan, who is now a host of a Las Vegas-based radio program, claimed in a Facebook livestream that Clavio was the father of her eldest child, and that their relationship happened when she was still 17 years old.
The revelation also sparked criticism on social media, with one Twitter user calling him “a pedophile”.
Balabagan had clarified in her livestream that the revelation was not out of revenge, but to merely put rumors to rest.
She also added that she apologized to “everyone she hurt”, including her family and the family of Clavio, and that Clavio’s wife has forgave her through the Messenger.
Clavio is married with three children.
Clavio started the Igan Foundation, whose stated mission is to help those living in poverty and diagnostic as diabetic alopecia.
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Whilst in school, Clavio was a member of his school newspaper’s editorial staff.
In college, he studied journalism at the UST Faculty of Arts and Letters (UST-AB).
After graduating, Clavio worked as a news writer at DWIZ.
After a year, he became a field reporter for GMA Network’s flagship radio station, DZBB.
Clavio made his first appearance as a television news reporter in 1994, when GMA offered him a reporter’s slot in Brigada Siete, co-hosting with the late Louie Beltran and Jessica Soho.
The next year, the Philippine Department of Health awarded Clavio top prize in their Philippine AIDS-STD Media Awards for his report on Sarah Jane Salazar.
Later that year, the Asian Broadcasting Union named Clavio’s coverage of Abu Sayyaf the “Best Reportage of a Crisis.”
In 1996, Clavio became the host of Emergency, a late-night news and public affairs program, replacing Edu Manzano.
In 1999, he began to co-host Unang Hirit, an early morning news and lifestyle program.
Three years later, Clavio was hosting his morning radio program, Dobol A sa Dobol B.
The program was named 1999’s “Best Public Affairs Program” on radio by the KBP Golden Dove Awards.
On March 15, 2004, he replaced Mike Enriquez as co-anchor of Saksi. In November of that year, he co-hosted the Eat Bulaga Silver Special, a collaboration between TAPE Productions and GMA News and Public Affairs, with his co-host from Unang Hirit, Rhea Santos.
In 2009 and 2010, Clavio hosted a variety of television programs. In March 2009, he co-hosted Case Unclosed, replacing Kara David.
In September of that year, he was a guest newscaster for 24 Oras: Special Edition, a special weekend newscast that aired after Typhoon Ondoy, Typhoon Pepeng, and the Maguindanao massacre.
In March 2010, Clavio became the host of Kandidato, a public affairs talk show featuring interviews with presidential candidates.
The next month, the primetime talk show Tonight with Arnold Clavio was launched on the Q channel and GMA News TV.
Clavio also hosted a new public service program called Rescue a month later.
In February 2011, he became a solo newscaster on Balita Pilipinas.
In March 2012, he was named as one of the 18 awardees at the 2nd UST AB Gantimpala Awards held at Club Filipino in Greenhills.
In December 2012, Clavio was inducted to the Eastwood City Walk of Fame for his work as a newscaster.
Arnold Clavio, also called Igan, is a radio and television newscaster, journalist, and television host in the Philippines.
He currently co-anchors GMA Network’s late-night newscast, Saksi, with Pia Arcangel (formerly with Vicky Morales), and hosts a morning radio show called Dobol A sa Dobol B on DZBB with Ali Sotto.
He also writes a column entitled Hirit Na! for the tabloid newspaper Abante.