Rising Kapuso stars Mavy and Cassy Legaspi are all-set to advance in their respective showbiz careers as they renewed their contracts with GMA Artist Center recently.
Coming from a prominent family in the industry, the Legaspi twins know that it has its pros and cons.
Despite these, they continue to give their all in every project they get entrusted with and have picked up valuable lessons throughout the years as they carve their names in show business.
According to Mavy, “You’ll really have to learn through the ups and downs in the industry on your own. Even with all the tips, all the stories my parents told me, ako pa rin ‘yung gagawa ng stories and experiences ko. At the end of the day, it’s really you in this battlefield, ikaw ang gagawa ng actions mo and decisions, most especially when you’re on set, on cam or off cam, I learned to be even more independent and diligent sa craft ko.”
Cassy, on the other hand, also shared how she grew in her Kapuso journey.
“I’ve learned a lot as an actor and a co-worker. I learned to be more loving, caring, and giving to my co-actors, always checking up on them. I guess treating the workplace as my second home.
Being a Kapuso for how many years, the people around you really grow on you, they instantly become family and you get comfortable with them and eventually, the values as a Kapuso, start to show within you,” she said.
Cassy won the hearts of the Filipino viewers as Nina in the top-rating GMA Telebabad series First Yaya.
Now, it’s Mavy’s time to shine as he is part of the cast of the upcoming primetime series I Left My Heart in Sorsogon.
GMA Artist Center’s Johnny “Mr. M” Manahan promised that they will continue to guide Mavy and Cassy into becoming the best versions of themselves,
“Congratulations, Cassy and Mavy. I’m sure your parents are so proud of you. I’m so happy also that they brought you up as really nice individuals. Nandito lang kami sa Artist Center if you have any problems or anything you want.”