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Bea Binene, Thea Tolentino renew ties with management

Bea Binene and Thea Tolentino are happy to share their passion with GMA-7 as they inked exclusive network contracts on March 1.

Present in the contract signing were Senior Vice President for Entertainment Content Group Lilybeth G. Rasonable, Senior Assistant Vice President for Alternative Productions Gigi Santiago-Lara, Assistant Vice President for Talent Imaging and Marketing Simoun S. Ferrer, and GMA Artist Center Senior Talent Manager Tracy Garcia. Also in attendance was Bea’s mother and co-manager Carina Binene.

Bea Benene(left) and Thea Tolentino(right) celebrate career milestones as they both ink another exclusive contract with GMA Network.

Starting her showbiz career in GMA at the age of 6, Bea has developed the drive to deliver beyond what is expected of her. 

“The network has always been supportive of the things I want to try and the things I need to learn kaya happy ako kasi nandito pa rin ako sa GMA. I’m ready for whatever roles na ibibigay sa akin because I know na they will give me projects na makakabuti sa career ko.”

Meanwhile, having been the grand female winner of GMA’s talent search Protégé: The Battle for the Big Artista Break, Thea feels fulfilled to have learned the different dynamics of being an actress. 

Masaya ako kasi ipinagkakatiwala ng network sa akin yung mga mabibigat na roles gaya ng pagkokontrabida. I’m thankful that GMA gives me a chance to grow dahil every year may natututunan akong bago especially with the workshops na binibigay sa’min.”

Rasonable, in turn, reveals what presses the network’s faith on the young actresses, “Bago pa man matapos yung ginagawa nina Bea at Thea, we already plan what project they’ll do next. So we really develop their career plan. They are also studying and trying to learn something new, so you know that they really love their craft.” 

Topics: Bea Binene , Thea Tolentino , GMA-7 , exclusive network contracts
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