Seasoned actor Gabby Concepcion remains a loyal Kapuso as he renewed his exclusive contract with GMA Network, Inc. on Monday, Aug. 6.
Present during the contract signing were GMA Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Atty. Felipe L. Gozon, GMA Senior Vice President for Entertainment Group Lilybeth G. Rasonable, GMA Vice President for Drama Productions Redgie Acuña-Magno, GMA Vice President for Business Development Department III Darling de Jesus Bodegon, GMA Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Communications Angela Javier Cruz, GMA Senior Assistant Vice President for Alternative Productions Gigi Santiago-Lara, GMA Assistant Vice President for Drama Productions Cheryl Ching Sy, and Popoy Caritativo, Gabby’s manager.
The senior actor expressed his gratitude to be part of GMA and shared that he is happy with how the network helped him with his career.
“I guess it’s sweeter the second time around. I’m really happy, definitely tumitibok ang aking puso dito sa Kapuso, dati ang puso ko hindi masyadong malaki, ngayon malaking malaki na dahil sa GMA. They accepted me again for this contract,” said Gabby.
During the contract signing held at the Boardroom of GMA Network, Atty. Gozon expressed his genuine support for Gabby and he is elated that the premier actor chose to affirm his loyalty with GMA.
“Everybody knows that Gabby is one of the best actors we have in the business. Every show that he does for GMA performs well in the ratings game. We’re just glad that he agreed to renew his contract. We are hoping to give him more projects,” said Atty. Gozon.
Rasonable, on the other hand, revealed that the network is already gearing up for Gabby’s next big projects in the Kapuso station.
“He will have another soap. This time it’s going to be on primetime but we will let you know more about it kapag umupo na kami with Gabby. Expect something new, perhaps a new tandem that the audience will love,” shared Rasonable.
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