Friday, June 14, 2013

A decade in, Maja Salvador dedicates success to fans

MANILA, Philippines -- Maja Salvador is dedicating her decade-long success in showbiz to fans who continue to support her through her career's highs and lows. Maja Salvador. Photo by Nimfa Chua for The 24-year-old actress joined showbiz in 2003 after she became the subject of headlines as a teen reunited with a father she had never met, former actor Ross Rival. It didn't take long before offers came in for Salvador to try acting, with one landing her a role in the primetime series "It Might Be You," which starred Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz. Since then, Salvador has appeared in over 40 TV projects and a dozen films, and has even ventured into concert performances. Asked to whom she dedicates her 10th year anniversary in showbiz, Salvador said, "Of course sa fans, kasi siyempre very grateful ako sa mga fans na sumusuporta sa akin, talagang simula umpisa hanggang ngayon, kung anuman ang nangyayari, andiyan parin sila." Speaking to ABS-CBN News at the sidelines of the recent outdoor concert event Ginuman Fest 2013, the actress added, "Basta ang importante nage-enjoy tayo sa trabaho natin at nakakapagpasaya tayo sa mga tao." Concert series To celebrate her first decade in the industry, Salvador is touring in her own concert series, titled "Maja Unveils @ 10," with shows set on June 15 at Metro Gaisano Colon in Cebu, and on Jun 29 at NCCC Mall in Palawan. Having started her concert series last April 28, Salvador admitted that her schedule has become more hectic, but added that she draws inspiration from bringing joy to her supporters. "Kapag nagpe-perform ka tapos nakikita mo 'yung mga supporters mo na natutuwa sa performance mo, 'di ba, sulit 'yung pagod," she said. She added: "Mas nai-inspire ka at namo-motivate ka, 'yung determinasyon mo mas guma-grabe, at dahil sa kanila kung bakit ka nagtatrabaho nang maigi." Soap bids farewell Salvador recently wrapped up work on the primetime series "Ina, Kapatid, Anak," which will air its highly anticipated final episode during ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida block. In the soap opera dubbed "Ang Teleserye ng Pamilyang Pilipino," Salvador portrays Margaux, a rich young woman who once bore hate toward her own sister due their rivalry, and who now tries to re-build her family as a vengeful person from their past threaten to drive them further apart. The actress, in her interview with ABS-CBN News, expressed gratitude to viewers who have supported the top-rating series throughout its eight-month run. "Grabe kahit pa-ending na kami, hindi parin sila tumitigil sa pagnood sa 'Ina, Kapatid, Anak,' kaya sobrang thankful talaga kami. Sobrang masaya po kami, sulit ang pagod," she said. Directed by Don Cuaresma and Jojo Saguin, "Ina, Kapatid, Anak" alo stars Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Enchong Dee, Cherry Pie Picache, Janice de Belen, Ariel Rivera, Ronaldo Valdez, Pilar Pilapil, Eddie Gutierrez, Alex Medina and John Regala.

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