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Lotlot de Leon expresses gratitude to GMA Network

  • Lotlot de Leon thanked GMA Network for giving her another teleserye.
  • The actress has worked with the network for a lot of notable projects including Dyesebel, Bakekang, Alyas Robinhood, and Inday Will Always Love You.

Veteran actress Lotlot de Leon took to Instagram to thank the Kapuso network for trusting her enough to make her a part of a teleserye.

The network has been giving Lotlot projects ever since she was 14 years old and now that she’s 37 years in the showbiz industry, GMA Network still showed their support as she’s included in their brand new series, Asawa Ko Karibal Ko, starring Kris Bernal, Thea Tolentino, and Rayver Cruz.

Katorse ako when i started with GMA.
and I am so grateful that in my 37 years in the industry they still trust me to be part of Great Projects like this. 
Bilib ako sa tapang at sa buong puso nila magbahagi ng mga istorya na talaga namang magmumulat sa ating mga mata
at tatak sa ating mga puso.

She also thanked the personalities she’s currently working with for the teleserye.

Mamayang hapon na po.
Asawa ko, Karibal ko!
Starring @krisbernal
who i have seen grow into a really great actress.
@theatolentino na sa mata pa lang ay hahamunin ka na.
@thejasonabalos who is such a fine actor. @rayvercruz who deserves nothing but the best projects for being the total performer that he is.
Directed by MARK SICAT DELA CRUZ @marksdelacruz one of the finest directors we have in the industry and who just recently won at the IFFM! Go team AKKK!!!

Prior to Asawa Ko Karibal Ko, Lotlot has been a part of a handful of GMA Network’s projects. She started her showbiz career in That’s Entertainment in 1986. This was followed by Ikaw Sa Puso Ko, Bakekang, Princess Charming, La Vendetta, Dyesebel, Pilyang Kerubin, Nita Negrita, My Mother’s Secret, Alyas Robinhood, The Cure and Inday Will Always Love You.

Written by J M

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