‘Pedro Penduko’ star Matt Evans denies quitting showbiz
Kapamilya actor Matt Evans thanked his longtime talent arm Star Magic for taking care of his career for the last eleven years.
In a recent Instagram post, the actor posted the official logo of Star Magic and wrote a lengthy gratitude note for his management.
After citing important names such as Star Magic founder Johnny Manahan, Mariole Alberto, his handlers, ABS-CBN chief operating officer for broadcast Cory Vidanes and Dreamscape production head Deo Endrinal among others, he expressed his heartfelt thanks for their trust and support for the past 11 years.
To my Star Magic family, Mr. M, Ms. Mariole, my handler- Ate @nhilanhils, Star Magic handlers and RMs, @captainluz & my Star Magic basketball family. Higit sa lahat Tita Cory, Tatay Lauren, kay Sir Deo Endrinal @deoendrinal na nagbigay sa akin ng kauna unahang project as “Pedro Penduko” at ang GMO unit na nagbigay sa aking ng mga natatangi pag ganap- Ms. @ginnyocampo, Kuya @markgile, Ms. Ellen Criste, Ate @themasterprocrastinator, @domregaya, my GMO unit family, Star Creatives.. Maraming maraming salamat po sa tiwala. 11 years. I will miss you all. Utang ko ang lahat ng natutunan ko sa industriyang ito sa inyong lahat. Mahal ko kayo.
While some fans showed support for him, others speculated that the actor may be quitting showbiz.
The actor quickly dismissed the speculations by stating that he is “not quitting showbiz.”
Meanwhile, some commenters raised that he might be transferring management. Such speculations started to surface due to his recent guesting on the long-running noontime show “Eat Bulaga”.
Evans started off as a housemate in the first ever teen edition of the Kapamilya reality show “Pinoy Big Brother”. He is a batchmate of actor Gerald Anderson in the show.
He achieved success when he led the now-defunct hit fantasy series “Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko”, where he was paired with Kapamilya actress Melissa Ricks.
If Evans is hinting at a possible change in the course of his career, does this mean he will finally leave Star Magic? JB
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