Enrique Mari Bacay Gil V (born March 30, 1992) is a Filipino actor and dancer. He appeared in various films and television shows such as Mula Sa Puso, Budoy, Muling Buksan Ang Puso and She's the One, but he is best known for his role as Alexander "Xander" Grande III in the television series Forevermore in 2014–15, alongside Liza Soberano. Since then, he has starred in the films Just The Way You Are, Everyday I Love You, Dukot, and the drama television series Dolce Amore. In 2017, he played as the lead actor in the romantic comedy film My Ex and Whys.
Enrique was born on March 30, 1992 in Cebu City. He is the second son of Enrique Amadeo Gil III and Barbara Anne Bacay. His father is Spanish while his mother is of Filipino, German, and Spanish descent. He has an elder brother named Enrique Javier (Javy) and a younger sister named Diandra Frances (Andie). His parents used to work as flight attendants for Philippine Airlines. He finished primary school at the Montessori De Manila, a private institute inside the BF Executive Village (Venice Street) in Las Piñas, and secondary school in 2008 from Manresa School in Parañaque. He then went to San Beda College Alabang to pursue Information Technology, but he decided to put his studies on hold because he wanted to focus on his acting career. He is currently enrolled in the Business Management program under the Pearson HND Programme leading to Top-Up Degree with De Montfort University (DMU) UK. DMU which is one of the top 54 teaching universities in UK, is the partner University of Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU). Because of his busy schedule, SISFU fashioned a programme wherein students with unpredictable schedules could be accommodated without prejudice to their class requirements. He is a cousin of Paul Salas and is also related to Dingdong Dantes.