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Ritz Azul and Kapatid hunk actor Daniel Matsunaga make hotter forthcoming TV5’s ‘Misibis Bay’
Watch out for TV5 Princess Ritz Azul and Kapatid hunk actor Daniel Matsunaga as they make primetime examining even hotter this July with the premiere of TV5’s one-of-a-kind, six-week mini series, “Misibis Bay.”
Set on the luxury island playground in Albay, “Misibis Bayt” will decisively leave viewers in awe of its grand output, outstanding cast and engaging story of a girl who dreams large-scale and perseveres amid all odds, to get what she deserves.
premier the cast of “Misibis Bay” is Ritz Azul, who will play the role of Maita Ramirez, a girl from the slums who only aspirations of supplying a snug life for her ailing grandmother. Follow her article as she turns her life round from a story of misery to large achievement. connecting Ritz is Daniel Matsunaga, who will play the function of Andrew, the eldest child of Anthony Cadiz (Christopher de Leon) and the most concentrated and business-minded of the Cadiz male siblings.
furthermore in the cast of “Misibis Bay” is Boots Anson-Roa who performances grandmother to Maita. It is the first time that Boots is seeming on a TV5 lather. The last time we glimpsed Boots on TV, she performed the role of a kontrabida of which she was believable, versatile as she is as an actress.
“This is my homecoming of sort to TV5,” Boots said in a recent interview. “I started out in ‘Dance-O-Rama,’ then aired on Channel 5. That was where I met my husband (the late Pete Roa).” It was a dance show where a Miss Dance-O-Rama was also chosen every now and then. Boots recalled that among those chosen was Gina Pareno. “Ang ganda-ganda niya that time. After she was named Miss Dance-O-Rama, kinuha na siya as contract artist of Sampaguita Pictures,” she said.
A multi-awarded player, Boots is furthermore a columnist and lecturer in addition to her place as boss controller of Mowelfund. FAMAS and celebrity accolades have respected Boots with a Lifetime accomplishment Award for her contribution to the amusement and newspapers commerce. Since she begun her portraying vocation, Boots has made more than a hundred movies and 30 TV displays.
Boots was awarded by PMPC as “Outstanding Movie Personality” in 1979, and Best Emcee by Aliw accolades for 1979 to 1981. amidst her other accolades were Ten Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service by the TOWNS Foundation; Gintong Ina, Women Who Make a Difference from Soroptimist International; Outstanding Women in Media by Philippine Women’s University and; Outstanding Alumna by the University of the Philippines.