Actress and cosplayer Myrtle Sarrosa embraces her sensuality and shows off her sensational curves as she dons something fit for the love month. The rising star graces the cover of a popular men’s magazine and proves everyone that she’s one of the faces people should watch out for this 2018.
Described by FHM as the “New Myrtle,” the 23-year-old puts on a revealing red two-piece matched with faux fur coat falling off her shoulders.
The popular men’s glossy noted, “She’s also back to show you that she has more in store. This is just the tip of the iceberg, gents. She was just starting last year—marking the year with a Cum Laude finish and an epic Ginebra Calendar gig. This time around, she promises that nothing’s going to stop her from blossoming.”
In an article on FHM website, the magazine also added that the Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 4 Big Winner has “come into her own after many changes from previous year embraced her innate sexiness to eventually project a more confident version of herself.”
Before entering show business, Myrtle, at age 14, started participating in Cosplay Conventions and had won several awards for representing numerous characters inspired by animé , cartoons, comic books, live-action films, television series and video games.
In 2012, she joined the teen edition of Pinoy Big Brother and eventually emerged as the season’s Big Winner. Thereafter, she launched her acting and recording career being cast in television series like Kahit Puso’y Masugatan, Moon of Desire, Forevermore, and My Super D. She’s been recently cast in La Luna Sangre, The Good Son, and FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.
As a recording artist, she collaborated with Young JV in releasing a digital single entitled, “Your Name,” which ranked Number 1 on MYX’s Myx Mobile Top Picks. She has released two CDs, a self-titled album, and a sophomore record that was certified Gold by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry in October 2016.
She’s also ventured into songwriting and was able to pen a few songs for Maja Salvador and Jennylyn Mercado.
On the big screen, she debuted in the Cinemalaya entry Lola in 2014. In the same year, she was cast in Star Cinema’s Once A Princess. Later, she joined the cast of another Star Cinema movie Just The Way You Are in 2015, and in Regal Entertainment’s MMFF 2017 entry, Haunted Forest.
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