Gerald Anderson recently reaffirmed his commitment as Kapamilya, signing with ABS-CBN anew.
The actor is eager to do more with the company.
He told us, “Kahit 17 years na akong nagtra-trabaho sa ABS-CBN, I think these next few years mas motivated ako. Mas excited and mas passionate to do more projects na makaka-inspire sa mga Pilipino. Alam ko kasi na kapag binigay mo lahat at maganda ang proyekto, I have seen the impact sa mga kapwa Pilipino natin.”
When asked what kind of shows he wants to tackle next, Gerald related, “I want to do shows na makaka-relate yung Pinoy as a family. Kasi family-oriented ako and I want shows that would convey that.”
He also wants to work with Richard Gutierrez.
“Sabi ko sa kanya, I think dapat na tayo gumawa. Kakatapos lang ng ‘The Iron Heart,’ gawa tayo ng action-drama,” he said.
Joining him at the contract signing were ABS-CBN Chairman Mark Lopez, ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Katigbak, ABS-CBN COO for broadcast Cory Vidanes, ABS-CBN group CFO Rick Tan, ABS-CBN TV production and Star Magic head Laurenti Dyogi, and handler Portia Dimla.
Aside from the remarkable projects ABS-CBN has given him throughout his career, Gerald is also grateful as to how the company inspired him to share his blessings and inspire other people.
“One of the things that inspire me before was yung mga outreach namin sa ABS-CBN. When people see the symbol sa mga shirt at trucks ng ABS-CBN at Sagip Kapamilya, nakikita ko sa kanila na parang si Superman yung dumating. To be part of that even hindi sa work, ipinagpatuloy ko yan because of what I have seen sa mga outreach ko with ABS-CBN. I was inspired and I want to inspire others,” he said.