MANILA, Philippines - Rhian Ramos finds herself appearing in a couple of projects under a genre that brings chills and thrills. She is starring both in GMA Films’ The Road and the upcoming TV adaptation of her 2009 film Sundo.
The GMA Artists Center (GMAAC) star expressed delight that she’s reuniting with a couple of her ex-screen partners. She is sharing lead billing with Dingdong Dantes for the TV series and working again with TJ Trinidad in the latest obra maestra of horror expert Yam Laranas.
Rhian and Dingdong worked together in Stairway to Heaven as their chemistry was felt in the series. This time around, their tandem gets some scary twists and promises to be another thrilling ride for both of them.
The Road, on the other hand, is bound to give big-screen viewers the goosebumps they don’t want but feel like having. It also stars Carmina Villarroel, Barbie Forteza, Lexi Fernandez, Derrick Monasterio, Alden Richards and Louise delos Reyes.
Rhian is also part of GMA Films and Imus Productions’ MMFF offering Ang Panday 2.
Rhian previously did projects with TJ in Stairway to Heaven, Zorro and Dear Friend.
This year has been a busy one for Rhian proven by her movies, TV programs and a number of endorsements like Smart, Palmolive and PLDT, to name a few.
She really feels blessed with the outpour of blessings that came her way. That’s why during her birthday last month she chose to give it back and celebrate it with several foundations that she supports.
Rhian has earned recognition on-line for her superb work doing lip sync of the hit song Super Bass by Nicki Minaj, as accompanied by comic duo Moymoy Palaboy and uploaded on YouTube to a staggering million views in just days.
Rhian is co-host in Manny Many Prizes.