- July 19, 1974 (age 47)
- Singer, Model, Actor
- Kristine Hermosa
Diether Ocampo, (born in July 19, 1974) in Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines is a Filipino actor, singer and model.
Ocampo's elementary education and high school were spent in Bacoor, Cavite and he attended his college education in De La Salle University-Dasmarinas. He has German and Chinese ancestry. He started out as a dancer in a local escort service pub in Quezon City before being discovered by ABS-CBN in the mid-nineties.
He is part of the band Blow, where he is known as “Capt. Mongrel”. In 2001, Diether was executive producer for The Pin-Ups debut album Hello Pain that enabled the band to get signed to a U.S. label, making them the first Philippine-based band to be signed to a U.S. label.
In 2007, Ocampo starred in an anti-zoo ad for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)-Asia Pacific.
Ocampo started with ABS-CBN Network and being managed by Star Magic headed by Mr. Johnny Manahan. He auditioned for ABS-CBN's talent search in 1995. A year and a half later, he became one of the members of Star Circle Batch II. His first movie appearance was in the movie adaptation of teen program Ang TV.
Presently he is also active in charitable works through his K.I.D.S. (Kabataan Inyong Dapat Suportahan) Foundation to help under privileged children of Metro Manila.
Ocampo had a civil marriage with actress Kristine Hermosa on September 21, 2004. However, on June 21, 2005, Kristine Hermosa filed in the court nullification of her marriage to Diether Ocampo. In 2007, the Lower Court issued a resolution in favor of the actress, but a solicitor general made an appeal. The final decision was released by the Court of Appeals in January 30, 2009 declaring their marriage null and void. He also dated commercial model Rima Ostwani for 2 and a half years. He is currently in a relationship with a non-showbiz girl since late 2012.