THE “P” TALKS!
BY: Pilar Mateo
THERE’S so much good news from actress Maja Salvador’s camp. Who has also entered the world of artist management.
Following Maja Salvador’s formal announcement of her latest career move and business venture with Crown Artist Management (CAM), another surprise is ready to be unveiled as the agency launches its first batch of talents today, May 8, 2021.
The newest faces are sure to turn heads and lead exciting projects in the coming years. Composed of exceptional individuals that offer different flavors to the talent pool, CAM is set to introduce an award-winning director, a well-known photographer, an actress, a rising singer songwriter, a hunky singer, a fashion tycoon, a Filipino-Australian model and this generation’s sought after influencers.
Take your pick.
- Guel Espina
- Gino Santos
- Andrei Suleik
- Jarlo Base
- Yanee Alvarez
- Patty Ang
- Jessie Salvador
- Lauren Reid
Watch them soar! Get to know them soon!
WHERE NEW artists, hopefuls at that, want ro make it in showbizlndia, there are those who are wanting to tread a different path.
A halt maybe…
IN THE CASE OF SEASONED and award-winning actress Cherie Gil, she had this to say…share…
“There comes a time in your life when you have to make a very important decision albeit difficult and even painful. Finding a balance is crucial especially when held back by circumstances that don’t foster mental, emotional and spiritual growth.
“I found myself in such a situation. And believe me, it wasn’t impulsive as I tend to be in the past. It took a long excruciating process to look at the whole picture through the lenses of critical thought, analysis, neuroses, counsel, reflection, meditation and most of all prayer.
“It is during these most uncertain times that propelled me in fact to revisit and question my WHY in all that I do from here on.
48 years knowing and doing that one thing I love which is to ACT, led me to this point.
“Finally, the signs were everywhere and it couldn’t be any clearer.
“With deep sadness, I finally had to leave a soap half way through. And to be honest, for a committed actor such as myself, I would have wanted to see my character within the story till its end.
“Was It all really worth it, I ask myself. The time, the energy, the heart, the tears , the sleepless nights and long hours, the devotion, the dedication, the respect and reverence invested in the work? It is disheartening and blatantly frustrating when it isn’t seen and met in the same light and given equal energy. I have always believed that any form of creativity blossoms from collaboration and a unified goal. The whole process of this work is SACRED to me. Without this process, there is no joy to be found, no minds to learn from and no point!
“I have always been told, THERE ARE NO SHORT CUTS. In anything. Otherwise, we limit ourselves from our potential and will only lead to chronic mediocrity.
“But the one thing I am sure, is that I HAVE NO REGRETS. Is it now all worth it? Well… It better be. I have to constantly remind myself that it was.
“Just as the layers of the many characters I have had to shed each time I ended a film, a play or a tv series before, this is that one more layer I am shedding. Perhaps, the most necessary and important one.
“I know I will be paying the price for this as there may be a lot at stake. But I am willing and ready now to settle the deal and move forward. Towards what, I am still figuring out but it is the uncertainty that makes it all the more exciting and l am looking forward.
“I am now leaving those pieces behind that don’t serve anymore. I have held on too long for reasons that were good until this moment. Am I going to loose my shirt along the way being single and middle aged ? Perhaps I will.
“I am BECOMING. For better or for worse, I AM.”
What say you? (30)