ACTRESS Roxanne Guinoo is back again on television via GMA-7’s newest afternoon series "Home Sweet Home."
Roxanne stars opposite Raymart Santiago, Jake Vargas, Bea Binene, Jillian Ward, Arkin Magalona, Gladys Reyes and seasoned actress Lorna Tolentino in a story about a young happy family who moved to an old and abandoned house believed to be the home of lost souls and spirits.
She will play the role of Dulce, Raymart's wife.
"Para akong nagsisimula ulit," Roxanne told Sun.Star during the press launch of the new show.
"I accepted it because, first, it's a mother role and I want to explore the idea of having grown up kids. And it's very light. My kids will also get to see the show," she added.
She said she easily accepted the role, even though she just gave birth four months ago to her second child, because of its storyline and the actors she will work with.
It is also her first project on GMA-7.
"Ang light and ang gaan. Lahat sila mababait and lahat sila naka smile, kaya hindi ka mase-stress. Masayahin din yung group ng 'Home Sweet Home'. Excited kang mag-attend ng taping lagi," she said.
The actress was a former talent of ABS-CBN's Star Magic who started in the business via reality talent search "Star Circle Teen Quest" where she was among the five finalists.
Before moving to GMA-7, she joined the cast of TV5's "Valiente."
Right now, Roxanne said she's open to everything. She is looking forward to more television shows in the future.
She also thanked her husband, Elton Yap, for allowing her to return to her job. Roxanne said her husband's love and support are enough fuel to keep her going in the business.
"Alam niya yung hirap ko sa trabaho and yung hirap ko din sa mga anak ko. Yung obligasyon ko, pinipilit kong talagang gawin kahit pagod ako. Very hands on mom parin ako and very supportive naman siya," she said.
"Ang iniisip namin ngayon, habang bata pa kami, mag work na din para sa future ng kids namin. Marami kaming plans and hopefully matupad lahat ng yun," she added.
"Home Sweet Home" airs weekdays, before "24 Oras" on GMA-7. (Sunnex)