Marvin Agustin opens up about working as a waiter, janitor, and mascot for food establishments

Marvin Agustin opens up about working as a waiter, janitor, and mascot for food establishments

- Marvin Agustin recently had an interview with G3 San Diego for her YouTube series #LivewithG3"

- G3 asked the actor and chef how he got into the food industry despite being an incredibly popular actor

- According to Marvin, even before he was a celebrity, he was already working jobs in food establishments

- The actor candidly shared that he used to work as a waiter, janitor, and bartender for Tia Maria's at the young age of sixteen

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Marvin Agustin got candid in his most recent interview with G3 San Diego for her YouTube channel which aired on April 12, 2021.

The celebrity chef showed off his cooking prowess during the vlog by making some truffle rice while G3 tries Marvin's Cochi. The two had a great time having their meals during the vlog while they discussed the actor's background and career.

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G3 asked Marvin how he made the switch from being a famous actor to being a chef and an entrepreneur. Marvin responded that even before he became a celebrity, he has already been working in the food industry.

Marvin Agustin opens up about working as a waiter and mascot for a pizza restaurant
Marvin Agustin poses in his kitchen while enjoying lechon. Photo from Marvin Agustin (@marvinagustin)
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At the young age of sixteen, Marvin worked as a waiter, janitor and bartender for Tia Maria's Restaurant in Alabang. The actor also shared that he worked as a mascot for Shakey's and Dunkin Donuts.

From such humble beginnings, G3 marveled at the hard work that Marvin has put in to become successful. Currently, Marvin has several restaurant chains in the country as well as other food businesses.

Watch the full video of the interview here:

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Marvin Jay Marquez Cuyugan, known professionally as Marvin Agustin is an actor, chef, and restaurateur from the Philippines. He is best known for his roles in films "Ang Tanging Ina", "Kutob" and "Flames: The Movie".

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Marvin Agustin took to Twitter to express his bafflement regarding the curfew implemented in NCR. The actor explained that he was confused about the curfew and questioned why a curfew was being enforced at night when masses of people are still going out during the day.

Marvin Agustin also revealed that he was experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 which made his fans worry about their idol. The actor shared the symptoms he was experiencing such as fever, dry cough and headache.

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