Matteo Guidicelli ready to take on showbiz projects again after Scout Ranger training | Inquirer Entertainment

Matteo Guidicelli ready to take on showbiz projects again after Scout Ranger training

/ 11:28 AM July 06, 2019

Actor Matteo Guidicelli is back to taking on showbiz projects, after recently completing the month-long Scout Ranger training last June 27.

The actor revealed he spoke with his manager, Vic del Rosario, about future projects by sharing a photo of the two of them at the Viva Artists Agency office, via Instagram on Thursday, July 4.

“Greeting my manager with the traditional #TusokUlo aka Rangers Bow. Back in the @vivaartistsagency office today to discuss future projects with Boss Vic,” he said.



Guidicelli joined the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) as a reservist last April and started his Scout Ranger training on May 27.

He completed the month-long Leadership Development and Scout Ranger Orientation course at Camp Tecson in San Miguel, Bulacan, and finished at the top of his class with a grade of 95.2%.

His latest TV project was the 2018 drama fantasy series “Bagani,” in which he portrayed Lakam, one of the main characters.

Guidicelli also stars in the upcoming surfing indie film “Mina-Anud,” alongside actors Dennis Trillo and Jerald Napoles. The film is slated for release in Philippine cinemas on Aug. 21.  /ra


LOOK: Matteo Guidicelli goes through hard Scout Ranger training


Matteo Guidicelli completes Scout Ranger orientation course with special awards

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