Marinella Moran is back in the Philippines to continue her acting career. But, she’s not alone.
Enter Alexander Robin Hardman, Marinella’s adorable son. He’s 70% German and 25% Filipino born in Singapore. At the age of one year old, he has a lot of project offers. Most of them are TV commercials and prints.
“Modesty aside, my son is good-looking but I did not expect him to get commercial offers this early,” Marinella said.
She allows her son to be part of the project, but she prioritizes her son’s education.
“I am so thankful for these offers for my son,” she said. “I still don’t know if I would allow Alexander to join show business at a young age. I want him to focus on studies soon. But I am not closing his doors on showbiz opportunities.”
“We stay at home most of the time and we are under home quarantine. Alexander and I bond together and he plays a lot in the house,” she added.
Meanwhile, Marinella was supposed to be in the Philippines for her comeback, but because of the COVID-19, she has to wait for a bit longer.
“I don’t know when I will be coming back to Manila because of the pandemic. For sure I will return to Manila and stay there for good. It’s where my heart is,” said Marinella.
Marinella appeared in several films, including “Paraiso Ni Efren,” which was directed by Maryo J. Delos Reyes. Movie critics saw her potential in acting and earned her a nomination for best new actress category.
In 2005, Marinella gave up a promising career in showbiz and got married. Away from showbiz, Marinella got busy with a small business in Singapore.
This year, she’s preparing for her upcoming movie, and other projects as a film producer.