Now Kapuso star Maja Salvador during a Beautéderm conference on Friday, November 26, shared about her life and her career status.
“Ano pa rin ako, everyday, it’s still a process for me. May proseso pa rin sa akin,” started the actress.
Regarding her career, Salvador was grateful to be part of ABS-CBN for 18 years, even though the network was shut down in 2020.
“Of course 18 years with ABS, very thankful and hindi naman natin winish kung ano ang nangyari sa ABS ‘di ba?
“Kung saan man ako ngayon, I am thankful, blessed ako, grateful ako, kung nasaan ako, kung ano man yung mga shows na ginagawa ko. But still, everyday is a process pa rin for me. Yung acceptance, yung kung nasaan,” she continued.
The actress then reiterated how contented she is with what’s happening in her career, thanks to her learnings when she was a Kapamilya.
“But I am happy kasi siguro doon sa 18 years kasi na ‘yon sa industriya, nandoon na yung mga experiences ko at may mga taong nagtitiwala sa akin. Kaya hindi rin tayo napapabayaan ni God kaya ang dami rin pong mga offers ganiyan,” expressed Salvador.
Salvador also took pride in her own talent management, which she established in 2020. The actress pointed out that founding her Crown Artist Management was meant to help displaced ABS-CBN employees affected by the closure of the network.
“Nagpundar po kami nang sarili naming management, yung Crown Artist Management. Very happy ako and proud ako sa team namin, sa management. Si Crown Artist Management kumbaga ay nabuo dahil sa pandemic, dahil sa mga nangyari and para makatulong tayo.
“May mga nawalan nang trabaho sa ABS [at] yung mga nawalan ng trabaho, ayan nagsanib-pwersa.”
The actress also admitted she had anxiety attacks amid the pandemic but kept her faith strong amid the situation.
“Hindi rin ako nakatakas kahit na sobrang masiyahing tao ako. Minsan talaga aatake sa’yo yung mga yun nga, anxiety attacks. Kasi may mga bagay sa buhay natin na hindi natin mako-control. Pero kapit lang talaga sa Kanya.”
It can be recalled that when the Duterte Government shut down ABS-CBN, Salvador switched networks and went to TV5 for a while, becoming one of the hosts in the now-defunct Kapatid show Sunday Noontime Live. She also starred in the series Niña Niño before going to GMA Network.
On October 2, Salvador surprised her fans as she appeared in GMA Network’s longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga!
In the said program, the actress also announced that she has officially become a Kapuso and will be one of the show’s hosts.
Meanwhile, Salvador is Beautéderm’s newest brand ambassador.
The actress, together with Beautéderm, will be advocating health and wellness through their REIKO and KENZEN Beautéderm Health Boosters.