From ‘Cuddle Weather’ to ‘Mommy Issues,’ Sue Ramirez is versatility personified
From “Cuddle Weather” to “Mommy Issues,” that is almost a complete 180-degree shift in the type of onscreen character portrayals and the subject matter of movies for Sue Ramirez. Such is the versatility displayed by the young actress.
Versatility is not the only thing that Sue Ramirez has going for her. Her being around at the right time in showbiz, to fill the void created by the departure or extended sabbaticals of key young actresses for personal and health reasons, certainly works to her favor now. There are those who needed to step up and Sue Ramirez has risen to that call.
Timing and luck must coincide. Sue Ramirez happened to be in the right place. Note though that even if an actress has the right appearance and every other physical quality, if she does not have the necessary personality traits, she would fall short and not fulfill expectations.
Sue Ramirez shows feistiness and toughness that will serve her well to survive and thrive in showbiz. So, in that regard, Sue Ramirez is quite unique because it lends believability to the notion that there is not much “filter” between how she is in real life and in her professional life. It is more of “what you see is what you get” with Sue Ramirez. To some, they might find this intimidating but to the majority of people like me, I find that to be praiseworthy.
When I think of all the young and promising actresses that have made their big-screen debut after graduating from their developmental stages in the last five years, Sue Ramirez stays high on that shortlist of young actresses who continue to live up to their potential; who are almost consistently active in having brand new movie and television projects; and who continue to progressively evolve as an actress.
At 24 years old, Sue Ramirez is slowly earning a respect from the industry because of those reasons.
In this industry, forces can either break you or make you stronger. For Sue Ramirez, she not only managed to survive the hurdles thrown her way, but I believe the challenges she encounters make her develop over time her feistiness and toughness.
In short, she has to quickly adapt to every given situation she faces, realizing as she goes along that these obstacles can either break her or make her a stronger person. Let’s be real here. In any industry, when you are successful or good-looking, or both, it breeds envy in some people and this is no more glaringly apparent than in showbiz. Indeed, it goes back to the old adage: “What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.” Sue Ramirez certainly knows that.
Sue Ramirez is riding a wave of momentum, from her recently concluded popular television program “Oh My Dad!” on TV5, to now having one of the lead roles from Regal’s Mother’s Day offering “Mommy Issues.” The latter has been available for live streaming, beginning May 7, 2021, via numerous streaming platforms, namely: Upstream.ph, KTX.ph, and iWantTFC at TFC IPTV. Early bird tickets were issued for P200 pesos (regular price is P250) within the Philippines, and up to $10 outside the Philippines as it started streaming worldwide.
For now, the versatile Sue Ramirez is here to stay in showbiz, whether that be in television and/or movies.
One can say Sue Ramirez is going to be around for a long time.
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