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Sam Milby ‘contented’ with career status

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - Sam Milby is happy with how his career is going right now.

With the series of projects that came his way, he could say that he’s “content” with what he has.

“I’m very happy, I’m a lot happier now,” he said in an interview with Karen Davila in “Headstart” this morning, December 20. “It seems that I’m given, especially in terms of roles like nitong last na ginawa ko, I was able to do something different.”

The last teleserye that he’s referring to is “Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala” where he starred with Judy Ann Santos and KC Concepcion.

The Kapamilya actor says he enjoys portraying “grey characters,” which might happen again is his reunion film with Anne Curtis titled “The Gifted.”

“He seems good but he’s a bit bad,” he hinted of his upcoming role.

With these projects coming his way, Sam didn’t deny that he still “dreams” of pursuing a Hollywood career.

“But I’m content here,” he then adds. “It’s something I still want to pursue if I have time because I already have a good representation there, people believe in me over there and they believe I can make it."

“So for me if I have time I’ll just go there and aim for auditions because the audition itself is an experience.”

'Kimmy Dora'

Meanwhile, Sam is busy right now promoting the 2013 MMFF entry “Kimmy Dora,” which stars Eugene Domingo.

This is a comedy film, which made everyone wonder what made Sam say yes to this project.

“I’m a fan!” he said, referring to the comedienne.

Though he clarified that, “my character here, even if this is comedy film, is not funny. There’s no comedy here in my character — he’s very strict, he’s very serious person.”

“Kimmy Dora ang Kiyemeng Prequel” is directed by Chris Martinez and will be in cinemas December 25.

ANNE CURTIS BUT I CHRIS MARTINEZ EUGENE DOMINGO HUWAG KA LANG MAWAWALA JUDY ANN SANTOS KAREN DAVILA KIMMY DORA KIYEMENG PREQUEL SAM MILBY
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