When Phoebe Walker was still a bit player, she had an unsavory encounter with a popular actress.
Lately, most veteran stars are complaining about the disrespect that most newcomers are showing to the veteran stars.
But there are also some instances wherein the veteran stars are the ones giving the new stars a cold shoulder.
Phoebe Walker was able to experience this herself from a popular actress during the time when she was still a bit player.
“I won’t mention who she is po kasi this was a long time ago and extra pa talaga ako noon sa movies,” Phoebe asseverated.
Phoebe remembered that she was twice introduced to the actress in two different occasion and she was consistent in being aloof and snobbish.
“Then when I had a scene with her (background ako at the time), in her process of getting angry for the scene, she accidentally hit me sa forearm.
“Nagulat ako dahil akala ko magso-sorry siya pero hindi. After the scene, she stormed off lang.
“I mean, hindi siguro maiwasan sometimes out of frustration and pagod nila pero tumatak sa akin ‘yan kahit matagal na, and no hard feelings. I’m all good.”
But when she was chosen as the best supporting actress for the 42nd Metro Manila Film Festival last December 29, 2016 for the supernatural horror thriller movie Seklusyon, the actress has had a change of heart.
Pero gaya ng sinabi ni Phoebe, hindi siya nagtanim ng sama nang loob laban sa aktres but what she did has been ingrained in her memory.
Sa ngayon, mas importante raw kay Phoebe ang pagbutihin ang kanyang acting dahil sa mga papuri na kanyang natatanggap sa performance niya sa VivaMax digital series na Parang Kayo Pero Hindi.
Phoebe happens to be the love interest of Xian Lim in the movie Parang Kayo Pero Hindi and a lot of people are impressed with her performance as the sensitive character of Emily.
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