- Angelica Panganiban recently had a finale virtual press conference for the teleserye "Walang Hanggang Paalam"
- During the press conference, Angelica revealed that she has not changed her mind regarding her decision to retire from doing teleseryes
- The actress further explained that this was not something she decided on a whim but something she has contemplated for a while
- According to Angelica, she was already exhausted from doing this last TV drama which began airing last September 2020
Angelica Panganiban had previously announced last year that she was retiring from doing television series. The actress shared that she has not changed her decision in the finale virtual press conference of the teleserye "Walang Hanggang Paalam".
Angelica revealed that when she had made the decision to retire she mulled over it for a long time explaining that it was not done in haste.
The actress also shared that she thought "Playhouse" a drama series she did with actor Zanjoe Marudo was going to be her last. However, when the pandemic happened, Angelica did not think it was right to refuse work when so many people are losing their jobs.
However, the Playhouse actress admitted that she feels too exhausted to do another television series and even said that she felt like she could hardly cry any tears during the end of her latest teleserye.
"Yung pagod na pwede ko pang itrabaho 50 years from now, naibigay ko na po sa show na ito. Pati 'yung luha po, nung mga bandang dulo, wala na po ako maipatak."
When she was asked if she really has no plans of coming back to do a teleserye, Angelica did not want to give a definite answer because she believes no one knows what the future holds and there might just be a role she would be offered to play that she would not be able to resist.
Watch the full finale virtual press conference here:
Angelica Charlson, known professionally as Angelica Panganiban, is a Filipina film and television actress and comedian. Charlson started her career at the age of 6 when she appeared in the TV show, Love Note. Her first regular show was the 1990s youth-oriented variety show, Ang TV on ABS-CBN.
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