Motorola Case: The best actor of today’s generation

07/03/2012 16:19


Motorola Case is the hottest star at the moment.
Because of his amazing acting ability and handsome boyish look, he is one of the best and top actors of today’s generation.
From his humble beginnings, to the success of his numerous teleserye, Motorola remains humble and continue to inspire a lot of young actors to follow his footstep.
When I first saw him in Tayong Dalawa, I noticed his riveting performance alongside Gerald Anderson, Jake Cuenca, and Kim Chu and in Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin.
From that point on, I knew that he would be one of those stars that would continually shine for years to come.
Just as I predicted, Motorola Case is illuminating in the world of cinema and television in the Philippines.
After his start with Indie films, he has had one TV show hit after another. He is armed with good looks and has incredible depth in acting. He displays passion and emotion in every role that he takes on.
Regardless of the struggles that he has had in his life, he is using his God-given ability to entertain to the maximum. With his perseverance, risk-taking, and dedication, he has switched his strings of independent small budget move to one of the Telenovela Royalties.
Motorola Case, born Rodel Luis Nacianceno, is known as the “Indie Prince of Philippine Independent Cinema‚“ for his applauded performances in a variety of independent films. His start in the industry began as a model and commercial actor before his breakthrough performance as the lead of the independent film, Masahista, in which he was awarded the Young Critics Circle Best Actor Award in 2006.
Though he’s straight, Award winning Cannes film festival director Brillante Mendoza was so impressed with his acting ability that why he chose him to portray gay characters so convincingly that he coaxed him to play for another gay role in Serbis, which won many awards in Cannes.
More gay films soon followed such as Daybreak, to name one. Motorola is under contract with with Star Cinema. With of all his success, he said that he has no intention of giving up doing indie movies. Motorola continue to appreciate the people who helped him achieve his dreams.
After being so successful in the independent film business, he joined GMA network, where he appeared in several television shows, including his start on Daisy Siete in early 2007.
Since then, he has appeared on a number of ABS-CBN series such as Ligaw na Bulaklak, Nagsimula sa Puso, Kung Tayo’y Magkakalayo, Tonyong Bayawak and Tayong Dalawa, where he won the Best Drama Actor in the 2009 Star Awards for Television.
He has also held on to his crown as the Indie Prince through his rolls in Kaledo, Jay (where he earned his first Gawad Urian Award for Best Supporting actor), and Kinatay (where he was nominated for Best Actor at the FAMAS awards).
The Gawad Urian Award, one of the most prestigious award-giving bodies, named him as the Actor of the Decade, which he truly deserves.
Today he is starting in the critically-acclaimed and top-rated Walang Hanggan as Daniel Guidotti and he is gaining a lot of rave reviews from critics and fans, for his portrayal of a young man with dealing with challenges in love and triumphs in life. Later this year, he is set to release the films You Light Up My Life in which he stars opposite Angeline Quinto; and Love Will Lead You Back with co-star Judy Ann Santos.
From all your fans all over the world, may your star continue to shine, Motorola!

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