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10 Deserving Kapuso Artists who Need More Exposure

Showbiz industry is very competitive, not in the sense of tenure, nor workshops and previous projects, but on how the people accept the artist. Once the mass like the person, stardom is within reach.

With different TV stations, every artists’  need to choose where they want to stay. They need to give their trust in this TV network so they will be given good projects and more exposure. What will happen if you are with a network for a long period of time, but you notice that your career is not moving up?

Let us take a look on ten (10) deserving and  talented celebrities who have been working with GMA Network for quite a while. Lets take a look what they invest and how they work hard to climb up the stardom. But still their career seems too stagnant and no upcoming projects and shows at the moment

10. Juancho Trivino

Courtesy: Juancho Trivino’s Instagram

This Candy Cutie is with GMA Artist Center since 2012. With three (3) years in the showbiz industry, he appeared in nine (9) TV series and two (2) films. His first ever acting role was as Lucho Torres IV in Teen Gen back in 2012 where he was a main cast.  All follows is just as supporting role.

Juancho has a star quality every TV is looking for. And at his very young age of 22, he deserves a bigger role.

9. Kim Rodriguez

Courtesy: Kim Rodriguez’s Instagram

For four (4) years in showbiz, Kim’s career is on a fast track. Starts for a supporting role in 2012, she finally landed a lead role two years ago. She starred in “Kambal Ni Eliana” followed by “Paraiso Ko’y Ikaw”, “Strawberry Lane”, and the most recent “My Mother’s Secret.” She also bagged the “New Movie Actress of the Year” in 29th PMPC Star Awards for Movies in 2013.

When the “My Mother’s Secret” ended on August 7, 2015, Kim was seen doing roles for GMA Network’s “Magpakailanman” and “Maynila.” Nothing big is coming to her way, yet, ever since her last movie on 2013.


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