Eula Caballero topbills 'Third Eye'-A A +A
Thursday, July 19, 2012
CEBUANA actress Eula Caballero stars in the newest supernatural drama series of TV 5 or the Kapatid Network entitled "Third Eye."
Eula will be working opposite respected actors including grand slam Best Actress Lorna Tolentino, award-winning actor Eddie Garcia, and television host Gelli de Belen.
She will play the role of Cassandra, a young girl investigating the mysterious disappearance of her boyfriend. In her quest to find and save him, she discovers her ability to see creatures of a different realm.
During TV5’s launching of the series together with two other new shows, Eula said she's excited to topbill the series, which is her first on television.
"Masaya ako kasi malaki ito for me. First time na ako talaga ‘yung magdadala nung show. Nakakapressure din kasi lagi ko din tinatanong ‘yung sarili ko pag-taping namin kung ano ‘yung dala ko for that day, anong bago na kaya kong i-offer," she said.
Eula said her past projects with Superstar Nora Aunor and Diamond Star Maricel Soriano did help her feel more at ease with her skills as an actress.
She added that Lorna, Gelli, Eddie and the rest of the "Third Eye" cast and production team were always willing to help her in her scenes in the series.
Also joining Eula are Daniel Matsunaga, Victor Silayan, Jenny Miller and Clint Gabo.
Under the direction of Toppel Lee, Robert Quebral, Benedict Mique, and Rahyan Carlos, "Third Eye" premiers on July 29 at 9:30 p.m.
Meanwhile, Eula clarified she's not threaten that new showbiz aspirants are set to make big waves in Philippine television with the "Artista Academy" talent search.
"Nung dumating kami, nung nag-graduate kami sa ‘Star Factor,’ anong nangyari kanila Ate Alex, Ate Danita, Ate Arci? Inaalagaan pa rin sila ng TV5, mas lumaki pa sila and mas nag-grow. Hindi kami naging hindrance sa kanila," she said.
"For me, kung may darating na bago ay nasa akin na ‘yun kung paano ako magtatrabaho. Imbes na matabunan ako, eh, dapat mag-grow ako habang nag-grow din sila," she ended. (Sunnex)