‘The Professor’ of Money Heist sends message to Filipinos amid COVID-19 crisis

‘The Professor’ of Money Heist sends message to Filipinos amid COVID-19 crisis

- Spanish actor Alvaro Morte addressed his supporters from the Philippines

- He sent a short but meaningful message amid the novel coronavirus pandemic

- It happened during the video-conference call between him and the members of Philippine press

- The said celebrity is known for his “The Professor” role in the famous series entitled “Money Heist”

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Alvaro Morte, one of the stars in the famous Netflix series entitled “Money Heist,” has delivered a special message to Filipinos amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

KAMI learned that the Spanish actor, who is known for his role as “The Professor,” has a lot of fans in the Philippines because of his convincing acting skills.

He recently graced a video-conference call with the Philippine press to answer some questions about one of the most watched television series in the said online streaming platform.

Before he began responding to the inquiries, Alvaro decided to greet his Filipino supporters and wished for them to have enough strength amid the community quarantine.

“I’d like to send all my best wishes to all of the Philippines, and all my love, and the strength for this quarantine and the times we’re in,” he quipped.

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In a previous article by KAMI, Itziar Ituño, the woman who portrayed Inspector Murillo in the said hit series, revealed that she tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

“Money Heist” is a Spanish television series that revolves around the story of a gang that robbed the Royal Mint of Spain and the Bank of Spain. Its newest season was released on April 3.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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