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Gardo Versoza is the new ‘antagonist’ in ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’

  • Gardo Versoza has debuted in the ‘Ang Probinsyano’ episode of April 10
  • Versoza is the new ‘antagonist’ and ally of Hipolito in the long-running series
  • Alongside Versoza, Raymart Santiago and Cogie Domingo are also new characters in the series (both portraying police officers)

Just as everything is sailing smoothly in ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,’ with Oscar Hidalgo’s (Rowell Santiago) return as President and Cardo’s (Coco Martin) return to service, a new antagonist debuted in the series.

In the episode of ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ last April 10, Wednesday, Gardo Versoza was introduced as Lazaro “Uwak” Enriquez, who Hipolito (John Arcilla) had ran into after being able to escape from Victor (a police officer portrayed by Raymart Santiago), and his troop who was assigned to track him down.

The ambiance and background of Lazaro’s place gave out clues that he’s not a friend or a fellow to their government.

After Lily’s (Lorna Tolentino) betrayal to Hipolito, the latter seek an alliance with Lazaro.

Aside from Versoza, Raymart Santiago and Cogie Domingo are new recruits of the star-studded, long-running series.

Gardo Versoza, known for his famous role as “Machete,” has been in the industry for over 20 years and is one of the talented and flexible actors of the country.

He was even tagged as “Asia’s Sexiest Man” for his sexy and manly roles in different shows and movies he had worked on in the past.

Since then, he had been guesting in various shows of both GMA-7 and ABS-CBN.

Prior to ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,’ Versoza was last seen in the episode of Dear Uge, a comedy anthology broadcast by the rival network, last April 7, Saturday. He played the role of a single father who pretended to be a woman and applied as a nanny to Mrs. Chang, a single mother with the help of his cousin, just to support the growing needs of his beloved son.


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