July 21, 2018, 1:19 pm
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Luis looking forward to hosting a show with Edu

LUIS Manzano has been an avid viewer of “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” since his father, award-winning actor Edu Manzano, joined the cast in March. 

“He developed a deeper admiration for his dad as an actor,” said a kibitzer.

Edu plays the country’s vice president who plans to usurp the post of Rowell Santiago, who plays the president in the series. 

“Edu’s performance as antagonist has obviously impressed Luis, because his character is the exact opposite of who he is in real life. Edu is very affable,” the kibitzer said, “As far as Luis is concerned, his dad is not just perfect as a father, but as a human being as well.”

Although a big fan of his father and mother, award-winning actress and politician Vilma Santos, with whom he shared scenes in “In My Life,” Luis does not wish to follow in their footsteps. He admits acting is not his cup of tea and would rather stick to hosting. In fact, Luis looks forward to hosting a show with his father.

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Iza Calzado is keeping herself busy prior to her wedding to fiancé Ben Wintle in December.

Anytime soon, she will start taping for her new program on ANC (ABS CBN’s News Channel), titled “State of the Art.” It will air every Monday and will feature Iza discussing the arts and culture of our country, with a special guest or two.

She also has a movie, “Distance,” with director Perci Intalan of IdeaFirst and is set to do a movie with good friends Diana Zubiri, Karylle and Sunshine Dizon under their own film firm, Sanggre Productions.

Although they already have a script and director (Mark Reyes), the movie has no title yet.

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A month after losing her Mommy Carol, Rufa Mae Quinto admitted she has yet to overcome her grief.

 “Kasi I was really close to her. Nakita ko, bilang single mom, how she worked hard to give my siblings and I a comfortable life,” said the comedienne. “Kaya when I started my work in showbiz and started earning, I gave her and my siblings the magandang buhay they deserve.”

The thought she was able to introduce her daughter Alexandra to her mom gives her some comfort.

“Nasaksihan niya rin how happy I am with my husband, Trevor (Magallanes),” revealed Rufa Mae, “Sabi nga niya sa akin, complete na ang buhay ko with Trevor and Alexandra.”

She is also fulfilled in her career. She’s now a regular of the top sitcom, “Home Sweetie Home,” with Toni Gonzaga, Ogie Alcasid, Sandy Andolong and Piolo Pascual, among others. And if plans do not miscarry, she might soon do a movie with Star Cinema. ABS-CBN is also preparing a series with her in the cast.

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Perla Bautista never thought she would be able to fulfill a dream she has had for a long time.

The veteran actress, now in her mid 70s, admitted it was her dream to play a lead role again, just like when she was in her 20s and a favorite of Joseph Estrada in his action films. 

“Kaya, laking galak ko,” Perla, in her distinguished Batangueña accent, stated, “when I was offered the lead in the indie movie, ‘Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon?’ At dalawa ang aking leading men, sina Dante Rivero at Meggie Cobarrubias, na parehong ka-edad ko and, course, my contemporaries.”

A Cinema One Original Productions “Paano Hinihintay ang Dapithapon?” is directed by Carlo Catu and also stars Romnick Sarmenta.

“Romnick, who plays my son, hates his father (Dante) so much,” said Perla, “Ang galing pa rin nilang tatlo. Sana naman, maraming manood ng pelikula, when it is finally shown.”

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Former child actor Romnick Sarmenta rarely accepts acting jobs. 

He and wife Harlene (nee Bautista) have lately been busy with their business, Salu Restaurant in Quezon City.

Harlene, of course, is a former actress, too. She is the youngest and only sister of Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista.

Married for nearly 20 years, Romnick and Harlene have grown up kids.

“Kaya, I’d say, life has been good. And Harlene and I can only thank God for what the two of us and our kids are enjoying now,” Romnick said.

In a previous interview, we asked Romnick if he has plans of eventually venturing into politics, just like his brothers-in-law, Mayor Herbert and Councilor Hero. 

His quick reply? “Nope.”

We heard it is Romnick’s former leading lady, Sheryl Cruz, who might run for a political office in Manila.
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