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Andrea Torres: Newest Kapuso Leading Lady
Who is Andrea Torres?
GMA-7 is continuously developing new leading ladies. After Bianca King, Kylie Padilla and Jackie Rice, a new set of Kapuso female artists are being launched as the next important stars of the network. One of them is a girl named Andrea Torres, the new Cecilia Fulgencio in the afternoon series 'Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga' with Mikael Daez as Carlos Miguel Altamonte.
Wait, but who is this girl named Andrea Torres? Is she new in the business?
Andrea Elizabeth Torres was born on the 4th of May, 1990. She first started her career in showbusiness as a print ad model. During her early teens, she became one of the female contestants in the reality-based loveteam search of ABS-CBN called 'QPids'. That time, she was paired with Dominic Roco. It's fun to think that they're both with GMA-7 now.
She moved to Kapuso network and appeared in the teen show Ka-Blog as one of its main hosts. While hosting the show, she is also busy with college. She took up Communication Arts in the University of Sto. Tomas.
Just in mid 2011, she appeared in the afternoon series 'Blusang Itim'. It seems like her stint in the primetime show 'My Beloved' with Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera became her stepping stone to be noticed by the network.
Some of her movie credits include Loving You, Shake Rattle and Roll 9 and 10 and You To Me Are Everything.
Andrea Torres as Cecilia in 'Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga'
Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga Remake
Andrea Torres is now playing the dual role of Cecilia Fulgencio and Olga Villavicer in the remake of Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga, which was originally played by former GMA Teleserye Princess Tanya Garcia. This project paved way for the Dingdong Dantes - Tanya Garcia tandem. This time, co-My Beloved actor Mikael Daez reprises the role of Carlos Miguel.
Now the pressure is in Andrea Torres to surpass the success of Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga. The original project was shown for two years and won the hearts of many televiewers.