Another hot and sexy guy for you today on my 100th day! Enjoy Marco Alcaraz and may he whet your voracious appetite for hunky delicious men! Wooohoooo!
The eldest among six children, Marco Antonio Alcaraz was born and grew up in Cebu where he finished grade/high school (Don Bosco Cebu) and was into an Engineering course at the University of San Carlos when he moved to San Sebastian College in Manila and shifted to B.S. Management to pursue his dream of becoming a basketball star (he stands 6â€™2″).
“That has been my childhood dream,” said Marco, “to be a basketball star. I got into showbiz by accident.”
He initially did ramp modelling and a few commercials (San Miguel, Astring-Osol, Chowking, Smart, PLDT. etc.).
“How did I get into showbiz? I auditioned for It Might Be You. There were dozens of us. I came late. I was told to come back for a screen test with John Lloyd and Bea. Then, they asked me to see Malou (Santos, ABS-CBN SVP for Drama and managing director of Star Cinema). Direk Olive Lamasan was there. They asked me, â€˜How do you feel right now?â€™ I said, â€˜I feel nervous.â€™ Then, they asked me to act out all kinds of emotions and I did as I was told. That was about the first acting Iâ€™d ever done.”
After It Might Be You, Marco did his first-starring role in Birhen ng Manaoag, with Jodi Santamaria as co-star, directed by Ben Yalung for a Holy Week presentation. Before that, Marco did a cameo role in Regal Filmsâ€™ A Beautiful Life, directed by Gil M. Portes. Heâ€™s also in the cast of the 2004 Metro Filmfest entry Aishite Imasu (1941).
Catch Marco in QTV 11’s Ganda ng Lola Ko every Friday 8:30 - 9:30 PM.
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