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The other Martin in showbiz that deserves to shine

The other Martin in showbiz that deserves to shineSince he became a Kapuso in 2010, Kristoffer Martin has done a lot of unforgettable projects for GMA including Endless Love, Super Ma’am, Victor Magtanggol, Dragon Lady, and the recently concluded Babawiin Ko ang Lahat, to name a few.

At this point, while many stars switch networks, Kristoffer remains Kapuso, and his fans admire his being loyal to his home studio.

“GMA has been there for me for the past decade that I’ve been in this industry. They’ve honed me and contributed a lot to where I am today. I owe them so much and I will forever be grateful to them,” he avers.

The other Martin in showbiz that deserves to shine
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He feels blessed that he has projects despite the pandemic. 

The year 2020 was a challenging and testy year for Kristoffer. Three of his family members contracted the COVID-19 virus. How was he able to overcome the sad experience?

“It was last September. It started with my mom, then two more got contaminated. It’s really hard, especially since I’m far from them. Imagine the anxiety I felt because I couldn’t go near them,” he shared.

“During that time, I was the one who did the grocery for them. I just put the stuff outside the house. Because of this situation, I’m grateful that our bond as a family became stronger. We learned to value and appreciate one another better,” he carried on.

Speaking of the pandemic, what are the things he missed doing which he couldn’t do because of the lockdown? 

“I missed doing mall shows and live performances. It’s a different feeling when you perform before a group of people. I also missed traveling. When the pandemic is over, I would really like to take my parents with me to a vacation abroad,” ended Kristoffer. 

Topics: Kristoffer Martin , Endless Love , GMA , COVID-19
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