Child Actor Louise Abuel's Shocking Transformation Became Viral Online

 Child Actor Louise Abuel who first appeared as Kevin Delgado in the top-rated television series 100 Days to Heaven, and is most recently known as Pikoy in Juan Dela Cruz, he also portrayed as the young Franco Hidalgo in Ikaw Lamang. He played different roles in television series in ABS CBN since the year 2011. 

Before fame he became part of the Star Magic in 2011, he began to appear on television in variety shows like Happy Yipee Yehey! and ASAP Rocks. Though he built his career in television, he made his feature film debut in 2012 as Miggy in the rom-com The Reunion.

After years of knowing him as Kevin in the series ‘100 Days to Heaven’ he is now a full-grown man as he reached his 16 years of age. He even admits in one of his interviews that he was so happy to see his younger self in the fantasy-drama series. 

Louise, who was eight years old then, played Kevin Delgado, the son of Joel Torre’s character. “Super happy ako. Na-realize ko po na ang cute pala nung hair ko dati kaya ngayon parang gusto ko ulit magpahaba ng buhok,” he said. “Na-miss ko rin ‘yung mga nakasama ko sa shooting,” he added. The Kapamilya star told he cannot forget the show’s first shooting day.

“Noong first day po kasi ng shoot namin wala talaga akong idea kung paano umarte. Sobrang kabado po ako nung araw na ‘yun. Binigay ko na lang po ‘yung kaya ko,” he added. Louise said the 100 Days To Heaven paved way for his acting career. “Pinatawag po ako ng ABS-CBN for audition and luckily napili po nila ako para maging part ng cast ng 100 Days To Heaven as Kevin at doon na po nag-start yung acting career ko,” he narrated.

The teen star said his closest friends among his fellow stars were Zaijian Jaranilla and Xyriel Manabat. “Si Kuya Zaijian and Xyriel po kasi matagal-tagal ko rin po sila nakasama. Nakaka-miss din silang ka-trabaho,” said Louise. When asked what pushed him into acting, Louise said he just wanted to see himself on TV. “Bata pa lang ako lagi na po akong nanonood ng TV at gusto ko talaga makita ‘yung sarili ko sa TV,” he noted. 

Louise bagged the Best Actor award for Thorp Nazareno’s Edward in the Asian Film Competition of the 18th Dhaka International Film Festival held in Bangladesh. He played the titular character in the coming-of-age film. Time flies so fast and look how he had grown so much.

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