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Vico Sotto (Victor Ma. Regis N. Sotto) was born on 17 June, 1989 in Pasig, Philippines, is a Filipino politician. At 31 years old, Vico Sotto height is 6 ft 0 in (183.0 cm).

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Popular As Victor Ma. Regis N. Sotto
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Vico Sotto Age 33 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 17 June 1989
Birthday 17 June
Birthplace Pasig, Philippines
Nationality Philippines

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Vico Sotto worth at the age of 33 years old? Vico Sotto’s income source is mostly from being a successful Politician. He is from Philippines. We have estimated Vico Sotto's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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In March 2020, he received significant public attention due to his leadership of Pasig's quick, data-driven responses to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in Metro Manila, and the resulting 2020 Luzon enhanced community quarantine.

In February 2020, Sotto again gained positive media reactions as a result of his efforts to crack down on illegally-operating businesses linked to Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs). On February 23, Sotto ordered the closure Fu Yuan Ji, a restaurant catering to POGO employees which had opened without getting a permit to operate from the city.

Sotto received significant positive attention in both traditional and social media in response to Pasig's quick, data-driven responses to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in Metro Manila, and the resulting 2020 Luzon enhanced community quarantine beginning March 17, 2020.

One initiative that was questioned during the early days of the quarantine, however, was that Pasig initially allowed limited tricycle trips for people with legitimate reasons to commute, such as chemotherapy and other health issues. This was done on the basis of Pasig city risk analysis which determined that more residents would die if they were deprived of transport services. Sotto thus went on national media pleading to the national government that an exception be made for Pasig's tricycles, based on the studies. However, on March 19, 2020 the national government informed Sotto that they insisted all forms of public transport, including tricycles, would be banned. Sotto immediately responded that Pasig would stop allowing Tricycles to ply their routes.


Sotto became a member of Sangguniang Panlungsod (City Council) of Pasig in 2016, serving a single term which ended when he was sworn in as Mayor on June 30, 2019.

When Sotto ran for Mayor in Pasig in 2019, he campaigned on a platform that he called his "Big V" (Big Five) Agenda, saying he planned to focus on universal healthcare, housing programs, education, public consultation, and anti-corruption efforts.

Vico Sotto defeated incumbent mayor Robert Eusebio in the 2019 Pasig local elections, ending the 27-year rule of the Eusebio family over the Pasig City Mayoralty. He was sworn into office on June 30, 2019.

On July 9, 2019, media reports noted that Sotto had visited protesters who were being forced away from their picket line in front of the main factory of Zagu Foods Corporation in Pasig. He reminded Zagu Foods' management that the protesters were within their rights to engage in protest activities.

In November 2019, Sotto intervened in another picketline incident - this time with Regent Foods Corporation, 23 of whose workers were arrested after they clashed with company security guards and police officers while protesting the company's labor practices. Sotto called on Regency to "rethink on the charges it filed against its employees," issuing a statement saying that "These people are not criminals; they do not have the goal of hurting you. They are fighting for what they believe to be just." Sotto also said he was raising funds for the bail money which the 23 arrested employees would need.

In 2019, Sotto was sworn in as a member of Aksyon Demokratiko, a national political party founded by former Senator Raul Roco in 1997. He was sworn into the party alongside Roman Romulo, who would also win as representative in Pasig City's sole legislative district; and Marielle del Rosario, who likewise ran as representative of Navotas City. Sotto has refused to join bigger, more-established parties despite political pressure to do so, explaining that he chose to join the party because he shared its platform of pushing for Freedom of Information, political party reform, and the end of political dynasties.


Victor María Regis "Vico" Nubla Sotto (born June 17, 1989) is a Filipino politician who is the incumbent Mayor of Pasig, Philippines. Sotto first entered politics when he ran for a seat on the Pasig City Council in 2016. He won the election as an independent, and served a term in the city council. He joined the Aksyon Demokratiko party and ran for Mayor of Pasig in 2019, taking up a platform of public consultation, data-driven governance, universal health care in Pasig, prioritizing housing programs, easier access to education, and cracking down on corruption. He won the 2019 election to earn a three-year mayoral term.

Sotto was born on June 17, 1989 to actor-comedian-host Vic Sotto and actress Coney Reyes. As the son of two celebrities strongly associated with the noontime variety show Eat Bulaga!, the public expected that Sotto would make regular appearances on the show. However, he was a shy child who often refused to go onstage; eventually his parents stopped asking him. Sotto attended Brent International School for most of his grade school and high school. He graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. Sotto would eventually pursue a career in politics, furthering his mastery by pursuing a post-graduate degree in public administration at the Ateneo School of Government, where he graduated in 2018.


Sotto received favorable press coverage when he issued a policy statement against the proliferation of political propaganda signages, even before his inauguration. A supporter had taken the occasion of Sotto's 30th Birthday on July 17 to post a tarpaulin greeting the Mayor-elect on his birthday. A few days later, Sotto went on Twitter to request that the tarpaulin be removed, and asserting that such politically-oriented signage bearing his image would be discouraged during his term.