Ejay Falcon is inspired to further improve his acting skills


After four years in show business, Ejay Falcon seems to have adjusted well not only in terms of gaining more celebrity friends but also with his dramatic prowess. The ex-Pinoy Big Brother teen housemate used to be criticized for his lack of acting skills but he has noticeably improved in his role as Niko Matias in the afternoon serye Mundo May Ay Magunaw.  “Puro positive na ‘yan ha, dati puro negative,” he good-naturedly said. “Ayun nga, nag-i-improve naman siguro.”

But the 22-year-old would like to believe that there’s more he could offer the viewers, adding that he’s determined to maximize his potential as an actor. “Siyempre masaya [ako na unti-unting napapansin yung kakayahan ko]. Pero alam ko sa sarili ko na meron pa, hindi lang ito. Ayoko po magmayabang, pero siguro hindi ko pa talaga nabibigay lahat lahat. Alam ko na may baon pa rin ako sa sarili ko.”

Ejay further shared that he’s more comfortable working with veteran stars like Eula Valdez and Sylvia Sanchez in his current soap. “Nasanay na ako sa malalaking artista, from Robin Padilla to Cherie Gil na talagang malalaking artista. Dati kasi kinakabahan ako nung una kong nakaharap na artista [tulad ni] Rosanna Roces, [tapos] tuloy-tuloy na, natuto ako, hanggang sa Guns and Roses si Kuya Robin yung kaeksena ko at ngayon sila Miss Eula.”

In the meantime, Ejay is looking forward to Star Magic’s basketball game in Hong Kong on April 28. He’s happy that his hobby paved the way for him to get to know his fellow artists. “Kasama din naming mga big stars na sina Gerald Anderson, Rayver Cruz, Xian Lim at Jason  Abalos. Kapag nakikipagcompete kami, hindi lang basketball ang pinunta namin. Kung matalo kami ok lang, at least nakapagpasaya kami ng tao—hindi lang sa paglaro ng basketball pero nakita rin nila kami bilang artista.”

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