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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Apr 12, 2012

Enrique Gil One Of Abs-Cbn's Most Promising Young Actors Today

ENRIQUE GIL is glad that he was among the cast members of “The Princess and I” who shot on location in the Kingdom of Bhutan. “It’s a great experience for me,” he says. “Sobrang ganda ng place, surrounded by mountains.”

Enrique just turned 20 on March 30. Born in Cebu City to Enrique Gil Sr. (deceased) and Bambi Bacay, he is the second of three kids. He has an older brother, Enrique Javier, and a younger sister, Frances.

He took up workshops at Trumpets, which is why he’s now managed by its owners Carlo Orosa and Audie Gemora. He became a part of Star Magic Batch 16 in 2008 when he was 16. He was introduced in “Pieta” and the sitcom “George and Cecil”. In “ASAP”, he became a part of the Gigger Boys. His biggest break was in “Mula sa Puso”.

After he appeared in “Mara Clara”, he was cast with its leads, Kathryn Bernardo and Julia Montes, in the movie “Way Back Home”. He then supported Gerald Anderson in “Budoy”. Now, he’s back to lead roles and paired with Kathryn in “The Princess and I” that starts airing on Monday.