Actress Rhian Ramos may have just turned 24, but she has certainly come a very long way. Her birth month of October had her on the receiving end of blessing after blessing, with exciting news of acting projects, endorsements and a string of meaningful celebrations.
Among the highlights of her 24th birthday included a special production number on GMA Network’s Sunday All Stars (SAS) on October 26, and just a week before that, joining the final leg of the Vios Cup at the McKinley Hill West Street Circuit as a legitimate racecar driver on October 19. This was quite a feat for Rhian, who learned to drive just late 2013, showing just how determined she is to take all that she does to the next level.
Professionally, after triumphant outings on TV in the series My Destiny and Magpakailanman, Rhian is set to star in the lead of an indie film opposite Piolo Pascual under the direction by former Smokey Mountain singer Jeffrey Hidalgo.
“The film is eyeing release in international film festivals,” she excitedly told The Manila Times. Rhian first made a splash on television playing Leah Lazaro in 2006’s Captain Barbell opposite Richard Gutierrez, and in one of her most memorable roles as Jodi and Jenna in Stairway to Heaven opposite Dingdong Dantes.
Just this month, Rhian has also been chosen to endorse loaded.com.ph, an online gaming site for Smart and Talk ‘N Text subscribers. Loaded, she shared, reminds her of the fun centers she used to frequent as a little girl as the classic games are available through the website.
Meanwhile, following a string of birthday parties for her family and fans, Rhian decided to pay it forward this week by holding belated celebrations with her favorite charities, Child Haus, a home sick children, and the Graces home for the aged.
“I’ve had a lot of challenges that I’ve had to overcome in my career and I am so thankful to be where I am now. I’m so excited to see what’s in store for me at 24,” she concluded.