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Jameson Blake is one of today’s most in-demand young actors

  • Jameson Blake signs a multi-picture contract with Regal Films giving him 3 movies in just one year
  • He is considered today’s one of the most in-demand young actors
  • His continuous projects allowed him to invest in a car and soon plans to build his mom’s dream house

The former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemate, actor, and dancer, that goes by the name Jameson Blake, is today’s one of the most in-demand young actors.

Jameson is only 20 years old and tons of projects are already in the queue for him including his latest movie with Janella Salvador “So Connected.” A dream come true movie for the actor since he had always wanted to work with Janella.

The young actor had a rough childhood. He was only 10 years old when his parents got separated. His father, American, remained in Hong Kong during the separation, while he went with her Filipina mom in the Philippines. He spent the next 10 years in Angeles City, Pampanga without a father.

He eventually became a PBB housemate and was immediately given a movie project afterward. His first movie was “2 Cool To Be 4gotten” that was an entry in the “2016 Cinema One Originals Festival” where he also recognized as the “Best Supporting Actor.”

Regal Films had Jameson signed a multi-picture contract. With Regal Films, he was able to participate in three movies in a span of one year particularly “Haunted Forest” in 2017, “Mama’s Girl” released earlier this year, and the most recent project “So Connected” that started showing in cinemas on May 23.

These successful projects allowed Jameson to recover from his unpromising childhood. “Getting this opportunity to work in showbiz helped me a lot in my financial problems,” he shared.



He was able to pay his family’s debts and managed to by himself a new car. His next project is to build his mom’s dream house.

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