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💡 Piolo Pascual:
✌ While he was in third year high school, he started appearing in That’s Entertainment, a popular teen variety show that aired in the 1990s. He eventually left That’s Entertainment, however, to get into college full-time, studying at the University of Santo Tomas (UST), where he studied AB General Education. He later shifted to Physical Therapy in preparation for his immigration to the U.S. Around 1996, however, he had to put his studies and career plans on hold due to his imminent migration to the U.S.
💡 Jericho Rosales:
In 2006 he portrayed Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao in Pacquiao: The Movie, and bagged two Best Actor trophies for his work. He repeated this in 2008, when he won two more Best Actor awards for his role in the classic film Baler, opposite Anne Curtis.
💡 Diether Ocampo:
He started out as a dancer before being discovered by ABS-CBN in the mid-1990s. He is part of the band Blow, where he is known as ‘Capt. Mongrel’. In 2001, he was an executive producer for The Pin-Ups debut album, Hello Pain, that enabled the band to become the first Philippines-based band to be signed to a U.S. label.
💡 Bernard Palanca:
His maternal grandfather, Armando Goyena (real name: José Revilla), was also an actor as is his younger brother, Miko Palanca. He is the son of Bernard Palanca, Sr., a race car driver, who died when Bernard Jr. was just a child. He is also the grandson of businessman and philanthropist Carlos Palanca, Jr. of the prestigious Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature.
💡 Carlos Agassi:
Given the moniker “The Amir of (Philippine) Rap”, Agassi was met with criticism by the likes of veteran rappers Loonie, D-Coy of Madd Poets and Krazykyle of Rapskallion. He even filed a case against D-Coy and Krazykyle in 2006 and demanded the pulling of copies of the album United Freestyle v.2 where the lyrics of songs “Right Now” (D-Coy) and “No Album Got Skills” (Krazykyle). The case, however, was quietly settled. In response to criticism, he together with Gloc-9 and Mitchell Silonga released a single entitled “Alay Ko” in 2009, a song about Agassi’s thoughts on destructive criticisms.
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