Gladys Reyes is now accepting students for acting training for TV and movie and calls her workshop as “Moment Ko To,” based from the title of her UNTV show, Moments.
The young primera contrabida herself shared the good news on her Instagram account today, June 16, where she said she just opened slots for aspiring actors and actresses.
"Eto na!" the actress-entrepreneur excitedly started her announcement on IG. "Maraming nagtatanong sa akin, pano daw maging kontrabida na di kailangang maging masama sa totoong buhay para lang magampanan ng makatotohanan."
To prove her point that one need not be bad in real life to act out villain roles, Gladys traced back her route as an actress, for which she invested nothing but talent and goodwill.
"Bata pa ko, eto na gusto ko.. umarte!" Gladys narrated on IG. "After being a runner-up in Little Ms. Phillipines in Eat Bulaga 1984, yun na start ng movie career ko sa @viva_films."
The 42-year-old actress also recalled working with some of the entertainment industry's big names during her younger years until she got her big break in ABS-CBN's iconic teleserye, Mara Clara.
"My first screen test was Baby Tsina as Ms. Vilma Santos' daughter," she shared. "Had my first acting workshop under the multi-awarded director, the late Direk Marilou-Diaz Abaya."
The former child-star went on: “First full length role was Muling Buksan Ang Puso again with ate Vi, first maldita role, followed by Nakagapos Na Puso as young Lorna Tolentino and a lot more movies in Viva where I got my first nomination as Best Child Performer, til my first big break in Mara Clara and the rest is history."
Gladys said that she is doing her workshop effort as her way of giving back after dedicating her time, talent and love for the showbiz industry for more than three decades now.
"’Di ako magmamarunong, I just wanna share what I have learned in my 36 years in the business."
Interested students may send their messages to the following: @sis_janice on Instagram or contact 09178336976 through viber.
"Can't wait na masabi mong 'Moment ko 'to,'" Gladys concluded.
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