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‘Pangako Sa’Yo’ star Sarah Carlos, now with GMA Network

Sarah Carlos is the newest addition to the Kapuso family

  • Sarah Carlos is the latest Kapamilya star who transferred to GMA Network
  • She rose to fame in 2015 via the remake of Pangako Sa’Yo
  • Sarah is one of the new characters in Prima Donnas where she plays Emerald

Sarah Carlos is the newest Kapamilya celebrity who transferred to GMA Network.

She is one of the new characters of the Kapuso afternoon drama series Prima Donnas. Sarah portrays the role of Emerald, the girlfriend of Ruben, James Blanco’s character.

She made her first appearance in the aforementioned drama series last Saturday, February 15.
It is still not clear how her character will affect the lives of the Claverias, especially of the three Donnas: Mayi (Jillian Ward), Lenlen (Sofia Pablo), and Ella (Althea Ablan), but Emerald is surely one of the characters you should not miss.

Prima Donnas is the first project of the 25-year-old artist with GMA Network.

Sarah rose to fame in 2015 through the remake of Pangako Sa’yo starring Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo.

She portrayed Bea Bianca, the girl who tried to ruin the love story of Yna (Kathryn) and Angelo (Daniel).

In an interview, the now-Kapuso star shared how she bested more than 200 female hopefuls who auditioned for the role.

Aside from Pangako Sa’Yo, Sarah also appeared in the longtime running drama series of ABS-CBN, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano as one of the students who were caught using party drugs. In 2016, the rising star joined ABS-CBN’s cable music channel, MYX, as a video jock (VJ) where she worked with Sharlene San Pedro and Jairus Aquino. She was also cast in some episodes of Maalaala Mo Kaya and Ipaglaban Mo.

Her most recent acting project before she transferred to GMA Network was O, a 2019 Cinema One Originals entry.



Aside from acting, Sarah also did some modeling.

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