Mother Lily and daughter Roselle Monteverde have two new Regal babies.
Yen Santos and Devon Seron, Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash Edition 2010 discoveries, signed a film contract with Regal Entertainment on Aug. 30 at 38 Valencia Events Place.
From TV actress-singer, Yen got her biggest acting break in the movies from the mother-daughter team of Lily and Roselle Monteverde in the currently in production project, Once In A Lifetime, opposite screen heartthrob Piolo Pascual.
In fact, Yen just got back from shooting vital romantic scenes for the film in New Zealand under director Dondon Santos. Also in the cast of Once in a Lifetime are seasoned actors Tirso Cruz III,Joel Torre,Jerald Napoles and child actor Raiko Mateo.
On TV, Yen had her biggest break via the Pinoy adaptation of the hit Koreanovela Pure Love on ABS-CBN. She was also part of several TV series like Dugong Buhay, Precious Heart Presents Pintada and Oh My G.
She made her mark as well as Albert Martinez’s love interest in the afternoon series All of Me. Aside from these regular programs, Yen also appeared in lead roles in ABS-CBN weekly dramas Maalaala Mo Kaya, Ipaglaban Mo and Wansapanataym.
Devon, meanwhile, was named Big Teen 4th Place in the Teen Clash edition of PBB. She was a houseguest in the recent PBB 737.
Her TV credits include appearances in such TV series as Moon of Desire, Maria Mercedes, Forevermore, You’re My Home, All of Me, and Be My Lady.
In films, she was seen in The Reunion, Maybe This Time, Halik Sa Hangin, and Everything About Her under Star Cinema.
Soon after, Regal took notice of the showbiz newbie’s acting talent and cast her in blockbuster horror Haunted Mansion, an entry in last year’s Metro Manila Film Festival. Devon’s initial Regal stint was followed by the horror comedy I Love You To Death.
Mother Lily believes Regal picked the perfect leading lady for Piolo in Once in a Lifetime the first time she met Yen. Roselle, meanwhile, has so much faith in Devon’s acting potential and bankability considering her huge following on social media.
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