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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.

Sep 27, 2013

Newcomer Lucho Ayala Doesn't Want To Be Identified As A Dennis Trillo Lookalike

LUCHO AYALA is glad that right after his participation in “Binoy Henyo” ended on Friday, he’s seen again right on the following Monday in the new GMA-7 primetime show “Kahit Nasaan Ka Man”. But despite his busy sked as an actor, he has not given up his communication arts course at UP Diliman. “Medyo mahirap but it’s just a matter of time management pag may taping ako,” he says. “Ayoko namang i-give up ang studies kasi fourth year na ako. Puede namang pagsabayin.”

A lot of folks say he looks like Dennis Trillo. “It’s flattering kasi he’s an award-winning actor but I’d rather have my own identity.”

Lucho is from Tuguegarao, Cagayan Valley and he first thought of applying at PMA but changed his mind and went to Manila for college. His first big break was in the youth show “First Time”.