How Hashtag Jameson reacts to indecent proposals
Jameson Blake isn’t just another pretty face. He may not have topped the “737” edition of the reality show “Pinoy Big Brother” (PBB), but he’s now making a name for himself both as a serious actor and as a member of “It’s Showtime’s” boy group Hashtags.
The 20-year-old Fil-Am looker grew up in Hong Kong and moved to the Philippines, his mother’s homeland, when he was 10 years old.
Barely a year after his stint with PBB, he won best supporting actor for his role in the 2016 Cinema One fest drama, “2 Cool 2 Be 4gotten”—when he was only 19.
He will next be seen in the 2017 Cinema One fest entry, “Nay,” and the horror flick, “Haunted Forest.”
Our quick Q&A with Jameson:
How were you discovered for Hashtags? I wasn’t doing anything after my eviction from PBB, so I decided to give it a shot and auditioned for it.
After I got picked, I started to love what we were doing, especially with colleagues I could now call brothers.
Who’s the actor you idolize? John Lloyd Cruz. His acting ability inspires me to be a better actor.
How do you react to indecent proposals? I don’t take them seriously. The ones that seemed like indecent proposals, I thought they were just jokes.
What is your biggest asset? My dimples.
What sets you apart from other actors your age? I never gave that a thought. I want to get better at every role that I take and make sure I don’t embarrass myself beside more seasoned costars. I enjoy working with different actors, so I’d rather not think of them as rivals and competitors.
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