- Lindsay Custodio was known for being a part of 90's youth oriented show Ang TV
- She joined the show in 1992 and even recorded some songs
- The singer-actress left the limelight when she married Julius Caesar Platon II in 2000
Lindsay Custodio left the limelight in the year 2000 the same year she married Julius Caesar Platon II.
She chose to live a simpler life as a housewife and a hands-on mom to their two children, Sean, 16, and Charisse, 12.
Lindsay did not totally abandon her life as a celebrity as she attended showbiz events with her husband once in a while.
In an interview by PEP.ph, Lindsay was asked about her secret for having a well-maintained body and young looking at the age of 40.
"Siguro dahil mabait ang aking asawa, magaling siyang mag-alaga, and walang binibigay na problema," she said smiling.
The decision of leaving her showbiz career was a mutual decision of the couple.
"Kasi my husband, nala-line siya into politics. Alam mo naman ang trabaho ng public servant, always nasa labas sila, nasa mga barangay, so he’s very busy.
She added that one of them must be there fr their growing children.
"So, napag-usapan namin talaga na it’s really very important that’s there’s one parent na talagang tututok sa mga bata.
"Although my husband is very hands-on din, he’s a hands-on father, kaya lang because of his work kaya medyo limited iyong kanyang time."
Lindsay recorded some albums including My First and New Horizons during her prime.
Among the shows that featured her singles were Hataw Na (1995), Flames: The Movie (1997), and Gimik: The Reunion (1999).
Lindsay's husband Julius, 43, who is the former vice mayor of Tanauan, Batangas died early today, November 19, 2018 after suffering a stroke while driving on SLEX Sucat.
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