“I have been working in this industry for 15 years. I believe that I have established myself as a comedian. I have shown t the public what I can do as an artist,” he said. “It is inevitable that new talents will rise and others would fade. But in my 15 or 16 years in the industry, I’ve shown my best.”
The host-actor assured though that he has not rested on his laurels and sees to it that he is updated with the trends in the comedy genre.
“Timing is very important in doing comedy,” he said. “I don’t copy the style of other comedians. I try to be updated so I don’t get left behind.”
His unparalleled talent made him one of the busiest actors of his generation. Vhong revealed that despite his weekly struggles of challenging a very busy schedule, he still manages to find time for his loved ones.
“I made it a point to spend my Sundays with my family. We usually watch a movie, shop at the mall, play or do other things together.”
One of the projects that is keeping Vhong busy is his top-rating primetime fantaserye for the family, “Kokey@Ako.”
The story heats up this week as Belat (still in Bruce’s human form) finally confesses his true feelings for Jackie (Toni Gonzaga). But what if Bruce wakes up from hibernation and goes back to claim his life back? To whom will Jackie give her heart?
Don’t miss the final two weeks of “Kokey@Ako,” airing weekdays after “Down with Love” on ABS-CBN.