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Glaiza de Castro
Born Glaiza De Castro Galura
January 21, 1988 (1988-01-21) (age 22)
Valenzuela City, Philippines
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 2001-present

Glaiza de Castro Galura (born January 21, 1988 in Valenzuela City, Philippines), better known as Glaiza de Castro, is a Filipina actress and singer known primarily for her work on television, as well as her on-screen partnership with the late StarStruck alumnus Marky Cielo. She is currently working for GMA-7, where she has been performing since 2006.

After beginning her career in GMA in 2001, she transferred to its rival network, ABS-CBN, where she played mostly minor and supporting roles before returning to GMA in 2006. During the first two years of her second stint with GMA, she continued to play supporting roles in landmark series such as Boys Nxt Door and Asian Treasures before finally landing a lead role in the television remake of the film Kaputol ng Isang Awit, a role she has since considered her breakout role. She has since gained further recognition for her villainous roles in both the remakes of Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin and Stairway To Heaven. In addition to her television appearances, she has also acted in a number of mainstream and independent films, including Sukob, Batanes, and Still Life.

As a singer, de Castro has so far released two albums: Magbalik Ka, released in 2001, and the self-titled Glaiza, released in 2006.


Early life and work

Glaiza de Castro was born on January 21, 1988, in Valenzuela City, a city in the northern part of the Philippines' National Capital Region, to a family of born-again Baptists.[1] Her parents are both musicians who have performed in countries all across Asia. Her uncle, Dan Alvaro, and her brother, Alchris Galura, are also actors. As a child, de Castro sang at her local ministry as a member of a children's choir; later on, in high school, she formed a band with her friends, where she acted as both songwriter and vocalist.[2]

de Castro began her career in show business between the ages of 12 to 13 by appearing as an extra in her older sister's place in what she recalled to be a film starring Eddie Garcia. Her initial attempt to break into the industry was difficult, as she recalled having to "meet with a lot of talent scouts whom turned out to have been only after [her] money." It was only after several appearances on the late-night talk show, Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman, a role in the 2001 movie Cool Dudes 24/7, and acting training under acclaimed actress Gina Alajar,[2] that her career began in earnest.[3]


Early career: minor roles on television and in movies (2002-2006)

de Castro began her career with GMA-7 playing a minor role in the soap opera Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin. However, after only a few months with the company, she transferred to rival network ABS-CBN and became a contracted artist of Star Magic, the company's training ground for young talent. During her time in ABS-CBN, she continued to play both supporting and minor roles, two of the most prominent being the role of Halley in the teen-oriented show, Berks and the role of Pinky in the teen-horror series, Spirits.

Between 2002 and 2005, she would only appear in films sporadically, playing bit parts in movies such as Singsing ni Lola (2002) and Miss Pinoy (2005). By 2006, she began to appear in films more frequently, with minor parts in the horror films Sukob and White Lady, as well as the Manny Pacquiao biopic, Pacquiao: The Movie. Her most prominent film role during this point in her career was as a minor antagonist in the film adaptation of Carlo Vergara's cult graphic novel, Zsazsa Zaturnnah; the film was an entry to the 2006 Metro Manila Film Festival.[4]

Return to GMA and breakout roles (2006-2008)

After four years with ABS-CBN, de Castro returned to its rival GMA Network in 2006. One of her first roles back was as Honey on the fantasy-adventure series, Fantastikids, where she starred alongside Marky Cielo, Jackie Rice and Ryza Cenon, as well as former child star Paolo Contis and former beauty queen Melanie Marquez. The reception to the show was mostly warm; journalist Paul Daza of The Philippine Daily Inquirer compared it favorably to its counterpart on ABS-CBN (fantasy-drama anthology Komiks), and commented that, based on ratings, "it would seem like the new [GMA-7] stars are outshining the more established [ABS-CBN] performers."[5] At this time, she also performed regularly on GMA's regular Sunday variety show, SOP Rules.

In 2007, de Castro land arguably two of her most significant supporting roles during this point in her career. The first role, in the afternoon teen drama Boys Nxt Door, where she worked once again with Cielo; she played Sari, best friend to Cielo's character. The series, about a boy who is forced to co-exist with the illegitimate children of his stepfather, also included several other StarStruck alumni such as Stef Prescott, Aljur Abrenica, Kris Bernal and Rich Asuncion, as well as veteran actors Janice de Belen and Benjie Paras.[6] The series has since found international success; it has been dubbed in Malay on the Malaysian channel 8TV and became the first Filipino drama to air in South Korea, via KBS2.[7] The second role was in the 2007 action-adventure series, Asian Treasures, GMA-7's most expensive show to date.[8] Working alongside veteran actor Robin Padilla and top then-GMA talent Angel Locsin, de Castro played Clara, an expert on history and geography who would use this knowledge to help the main characters find the titular treasures.[4]

2007 also saw her featured prominently in the independent film Still Life, a film written and directed by Katski Flores, about an artist stricken with a terminal illness who has traveled to an isolated island to paint his last work. In the film, de Castro plays Emma, a woman who relates her past to the main character. Her portrayal of Emma was noted by film critic Tito Valiente of Business Mirror as "one reason the short life on that island becomes very real." Valiente went on to note that de Castro's character was "vulnerable but not whiny. Even in tears she conjures an image of a woman whose only way out of life is finding life in anything."[9] The film was a finalist at that year's Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, where de Castro received a Golden Screen Awards nomination in the Best Actress category.[2][10] She also played a supporting role that year in the romantic film Batanes, alongside top GMA actress Iza Calzado, Taiwanese singer-actor Ken Chu, and Marky Cielo. The following year, 2008, she started shooting another independent film, Rakenrol. The film is based on director Quark Henares' views on growing up in the local rock scene, as well as his own personal experiences in starting a band. de Castro described the film, which was still in production as of March 2009,[1] as "a lighter version of Almost Famous and "a fun, feel-good movie".[11]

On a dark green background with a white lyric sheet are two couples of one boy and one girl each on either side of yellow text which reads "Sine Novela presents: Kaputol Ng Isang Awit".
Logo for Kaputol ng Isang Awit, featuring (left-right): Jolo Revilla, Lovi Poe, Glaiza de Castro and Marky Cielo.

In 2008, she achieved further recognition when she played the lead role in the television adaptation of the 1991 film, Kaputol ng Isang Awit; she was given the role after veteran actress Jolina Magdangal turned down the role in favor of a hosting job on Pinoy Idol.[4] In the series, de Castro played Sarah Monteza (played by actress Sharon Cuneta in the film), a poor girl with a good voice but low self-esteem. de Castro herself would later go on to say that the role was her "biggest break" thus far.[12][13]

Antagonist roles and further projects (2009-present)

After another supporting role in the television adaptation of comic-book writer Carlo J. Caparas' graphic novel Gagambino, de Castro once again landed a lead role on another television adaptation of a Filipino film, Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin opposite Patrick Garcia, Maxene Magalona, Jackie Rice and JC Tiuseco. In the series she played the primary antagonist, Gladys Andrada (a role originated by co-star Jackie Lou Blanco), the jealous, only biological child of Gilbert (played by Nonie Buencamino) and Clara Andrada (played by Blanco). Her portrayal was well-received; columnist Jason John Lim commented that while she knew she was breaking out of her comfort zone, "What she didn't know that she would also begin breaking the expectations of everybody."[14]

A girl in green, a boy in fuchsia, a girl in brown and a boy in blue on an ornate teal background, with the words "Sine Novela Presents: Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin" superimposed on the left.
Logo for Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin, with (l-r): Maxene Magalona, Patrick Garcia, de Castro and JC Tiuseco.

Right after Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin, she played another supporting role on an episode of the drama anthology SRO Cinemaserye, which chronicled the life story of singer Eva Castillo (portrayed in this episode by Manilyn Reynes).[15] Shortly thereafter, she landed another role as the primary antagonist in the Philippine remake of the widely-popular Korean television drama, Stairway to Heaven, alongside Dingdong Dantes, Rhian Ramos and TJ Trinidad. She portrayed Eunice Manansala (serving as the counterpart for Han Yoori, played by actress Kim Tae-hee), the envious stepsister of Jodi Reyes (played by Rhian Ramos). To prepare for the role, de Castro watched the original series in order to attempt to get an idea of who her character was as a person.[14] de Castro also commented on the relative complexity of her character in this series compared to her character in Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin: "Unlike my previous role, you don’t know what is going on inside the mind of Eunice. What’s going inside her head is really devious. She is subtle in her approach and very scheming... Despite being evil, she still has a heart and there’s a reason she became a bad person. If she is stepping down on people, she is also being stepped on by other people. She also has to fulfill her needs and wants and she will do everything for the person she loves."[16] As with her two previous major roles, her portrayal was also well-received by critics; Jerry Donato of The Philippine Star, in particular, has gone so far to say that "So far, Glaiza has given her Korean counterpart a run for her money."[11]

In 2009, de Castro appeared in five films. In the first, the independent political thriller Benteshe replaced former StarStruck contestant and fellow GMA star Jewel Mische when the latter refused to film a sex scene she considered "beyond [her] moral standards".[4] The film, directed by Mel Chionglo and starring actor-senator Jinggoy Estrada, veteran actor Richard Gomez, former Pinoy Big Brother contestant Aldred Gatchalian and Iza Calzado, sees de Castro playing girlfriend to Gatchalian's character.[17] The film was released in June 2009[18] and received mixed reviews, with Rito Asilo of the Philippine Daily Inquirer citing its thematic substance and Gomez's and Calzado's "insightful performances", while also going on to blast the film's "disparate stories", "incohesive feel and style", and sudden ending "in a convenient anticlimax".[19]

The second film was the horror movie Tarot, released on August 26. The film, about a girl who is able to predict the future through the use of tarot cards, was directed by Jun Lana and was top-billed by Marian Rivera and Dennis Trillo.[20]

A third film, Ang Manghuhula, was released commercially in September (it had been shown at the Cinemanila International Film Festival the previous year).[21] The film was directed by Paolo Herras and saw de Castro playing the daughter of Messina (played by Eula Valdez), a seer. The production was received warmly, with Noelani Torre of the Philippine Daily Inquirer noting its "fascinating subject matter", "colorful cast" and "visual richness and clarity".[22]

The fourth film de Castro starred in that year was the independent film Astig (international title: Squalor) alongside Sid Lucero, Edgar Allan Guzman, Arnold Reyes and Dennis Trillo (who also directed the film. In Astig, de Castro playing Elgine, a teenager afflicted with a sexually transmitted disease who eventually becomes the love interest of Trillo's character.[23] The film, released in July of that year, was a critical and financial success, topping the box office in that year's Cinemalaya Film Festival, with a profit of P137,890.00.[24] Darwin Chiong of called the film's cinematography "remarkable" and praised the cast as a whole, saying, "The movie gathers an ensemble of actors that deliver in the acting department, even those in supporting roles like Glaiza de Castro and Malou Crisologo."[25]</ref> Her performance in this film earned her a nomination in the Best Supporting Actress Category at the 33rd Gawad Urian Awards.[26][27]

The fifth film was the sixth film under the Mano Po banner, subtitled A Mother's Love. The film, directed by Joel Lamangan and top-billed by Sharon Cuneta, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Heart Evangelista and Dennis Trillo, saw de Castro playing a younger version of Cuneta's character, Melinda Uy.[28] The film was released on 25 December and was an entry to that year's annual Metro Manila Film Festival.[29]

She also stars in the Philippines' first musical, comedy-drama series entitled Diva, which debuted on GMA Network on March 1, 2010. The show, which also stars Regine Velasquez, Mark Anthony Fernandez, TJ Trinidad and singer Jaya and is partly based on the American movie trilogy High School Musical and the American television series Glee, sees de Castro playing the ambitious Tiffany, who is Lady's (Ruffa Mae Quinto) assistant and soon-to-be a villainess to singer-actress Regine Velasquez's heroine Melody.[26][30]


de Castro has so far released two albums. The first one, titled Magbalik Ka, was released under XAX Music Entertainment, in 2001, when she was thirteen. Five years later, she released a second album, the self-entitled Glaiza, this time released under Dyna Records. The latter album, described by de Castro herself as "more defined" compared to her first album, comprises pop and R&B songs, and contains mostly original content except for two songs: a Tagalog version of Joey Albert's song "How Can I Make You See" (titled "Paano" in the album), and an English version of Dingdong Avanzado's "Basta't Kasama Kita". When asked why it took her half a decade to release a second album, de Castro explained that after the first album was completed, she did not renew her contract with the record company and instead focused on her television career.[31] In June 2008, Glaiza was officially launched, two years after the album was released.[32]

Personal life

According to her profile on the official GMA network website, de Castro enjoys swimming, reading, watching films, singing, songwriting and net surfing. She lists Dennis Trillo, Christopher De Leon, Ronnie Lazaro, Pen Medina, Gina Alajar, Gina Pareno, Sharon Cuneta, and Iza Calzado as her favorite Filipino actors. Among her favorite Hollywood actors are Johnny Depp, Robert DeNiro, Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman, Kirsten Dunst, Julie Delpy and Gael Garcia Bernal. Her favorite films include 24 Hour Party People, City of God, Trainspotting, Bad Education, Madrasta and Taxi Driver.[33] Her vital statistics have also been reported to be 34-24-36, which she attributes to playing badminton.[34]

de Castro is close friends with her Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin co-stars Maxene Magalona, JC Tiuseco, Patrick Garcia and Rich Asuncion.[35] She also maintained a close friendship with consistent on-screen partner Marky Cielo for a significant part of the latter's career until his death in 2008. In the wake of her friend's death, de Castro recounted an exchange she had the day before Cielo died: she told Cielo about a dream she had about him and Rich Asuncion; according to her, Cielo had had other people tell him they had dreams about him, which he took to be an omen of death.[36]

In 2009, rumors surfaced of a relationship between de Castro and former co-star Patrick Garcia. de Castro denied the rumors, declaring, "... We don't have any label on our friendship. All I know is that [Garcia] is more open to me now. But he is not courting me."[16] Earlier in April of that year, Garcia corroborated her statement by himself denying being in a relationship with de Castro or anyone else. Although he did express interest in de Castro, and did in fact give her a white rose on Valentine's Day, he declared, in Filipino, that he thought "there were parts of [his] life that [he] had to fix before [he] fell in love with someone else."[37] She has never had a boyfriend before, and as of November 2009 remains single,[1] opting instead to focus on her career.[38]

Because of her resemblance to Asian Treasures co-star Angel Locsin, de Castro had fans approach her mistaking her for Locsin on many occasions early in her career. When asked in an interview how she would deal with the mistake, she replied, in Taglish, "I wouldn't really get intimidated. In the past, almost everyone I'd come across would say, 'Angel, hi!' I wouldn't know whether to ignore it or pretend to be Angel because sometimes they'd say, 'Hi, Angel.'" de Castro then expressed hope that her role in Asian Treasures would help people make the distinction.[4]

Despite gaining wider recognition for her roles as a villain in Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin and Stairway to Heaven, de Castro has reportedly had qualms about portraying a villain again in future projects. Of this, she commented, "I don't want to be typecast as an antagonist forever because it's difficult to get rid of that sort of image." However, she has expressed preference for antagonist roles over "sexy" roles.[39]She later retracted this statement, saying that she "didn't think [she'd] get typecast because [she] plays different kinds of women each time" and explained this by saying, "The stories are different, so [her] characters' [motivations] are also different."[26]

Although she had, in the past, considered posing for magazines such as FHM "for instant fame and fortune", she eventually decided against it and opted to hone her craft as a serious actress, saying, “I just want to start on the right foot by focusing more on acting than diverting my attention to other interests. I want to become an actress and to show what I can do.” She has also expressed interest in playing "out-of-the-box and extreme roles", in the vein of Natalie Portman in V for Vendetta and Charlize Theron in Monster.[11] In 2008, she spoke of her preference for independent film, commenting in Taglish, "As for me, I feel fulfilled in indie films. I'm given roles in indie projects that are heavier compared to the mainstream. And I'm rarely offered roles in mainstream [films] anyway."[40]

Filmography and television


Year Film Role Notes
2001 Cool Dudes 24/7 First film role
2002 Singsing ni Lola Tacion
2005 Miss Pinoy
2006 Sukob Grace
Manay Po! Pauleen
Pacquiao: The Movie Cecille
White Lady Jowee
Twilight Dancers
Close to You Lance's Cousin
Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah: Ze Moveeh Dina B.
2007 Still Life Emma Nominated – Golden Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress
2009 Tarot Teen Nena
Bente Rise
Astig Elgine Nominated – Gawad Urian Award for Best Supporting Actress
Ang Manghuhula Claire
Mano Po 6: A Mother's Love young Melinda

Television roles

Year Television show Role Network Notes
2001 Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin Marga's friend GMA Network First television role
2002–2003 Berks Halley ABS-CBN
2004 Spirits Pinky
2005 Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin Magnolia Cortez
2006 Fantastikids Honey GMA Network
2007–present S.O.P. Herself Regular performer
2007 Asian Treasures Clara
Boys Nxt Door Sari
Kamandag young Alicia
2008 Sine Novela: Kaputol ng Isang Awit Sarah Monteza
Dear Friend: Igorota Guest role
2008–2009 Gagambino Leah Abuento/Super Bee
2009 Sine Novela: Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin Gladys Andrada
SRO Cinemaserye: Eva Castillo Story teenage Eva Castillo
Stairway to Heaven Eunice
2010 Diva Tiffany
Diz Iz It Guest Celebrity Judge


  • Magbalik Ka (2001)
  • Glaiza (2006)


  1. ^ a b c Marinel Cruz (March 10, 2009). "Glaiza warned against Patrick". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved November 21, 2009. 
  2. ^ a b c (Tagalog) George Vail Kabristante (June 23, 2008). "iGMA: Big time na si Glaiza de Castro". Taliba. Retrieved November 20, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Bata pa ako noon, may shooting sa tabi ng church namin. I think Eddie Garcia film yun... Sabi ko sa ate ko, kailangan daw nila ng extra. Ayaw niya, ako na lang daw. So balik na naman ako. Sabi ko ayaw ng ate ko, sabi niya, ikaw gusto mo bang mag-artista? Sabi ko, ok. Mga 12 or 13 years old ako noon." ... "Pero hindi nagtuloy-tuloy yun kasi we met a lot of talent scouts who turned out to be namemera lang... Until nakapasok ako sa GMA, sa Master Showman, then nag-Cool Dudes ako and then I had several guestings sa GMA." Vanessa A. Valbuena (November 18, 2009). "Why viewers love to hate Glaiza de Castro". The Freeman. Retrieved November 29, 2009. 
  4. ^ a b c d e Wells Avante (January 4, 2007). "Glaiza de Castro sees 'Asian Treasures' as her chance to be known not as Angel Locsin". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  5. ^ Paul Daza (May 21, 2006). "'Komiks' vs. 'Fantastikids!'". Retrieved November 28, 2009. 
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  9. ^ Tito Valiente. "Moving: "Still Life"". Retrieved November 21, 2009. 
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  11. ^ a b c Jerry Donato (December 1, 2007). "Glaiza off to a good start". The Philippine Star. Retrieved November 15, 2009. 
  12. ^ (Tagalog) Rose Garcia (February 9, 2008). "Glaiza de Castro considers Kaputol ng Isang Awit a make-or-break project". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved November 29, 2008. 
  13. ^ Bong Godinez (March 7, 2008). ""Kaputol ng Isang Awit" debuts impressively". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved November 30, 2009. 
  14. ^ a b Jason John S. Lim (August 25, 2009). "iGMA: Glaiza de Castro gets reborn on Stairway to Heaven". Retrieved November 15, 2009. 
  15. ^ Crispina Martinez Belen (July 29, 2009). "'The Eva Castillo Story' continues tonight". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved December 13, 2009. 
  16. ^ a b Walden Sadiri (September 22, 2009). "Glaiza de Castro: "I'm not in love, yet"". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved November 15, 2009. 
  17. ^ Monica Palad (June 24, 2009). "Richard Gomez and Jinggoy Estrada cast in political thriller Bente". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved November 21, 2009. 
  18. ^ Bayani San Diego Jr. (June 23, 2009). "'Bente' challenges 'Transformers". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved November 30, 2009. 
  19. ^ Rito Asilo (July 10, 2009). "Indies raise daunting questions". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved November 30, 2009. 
  20. ^ "The scary secrets of the tarot". The Philippine Star. August 17, 2009. Retrieved November 30, 2009. 
  21. ^ Crispina Martinez-Belen (August 31, 2009). "'Manghuhula' as the star of a movie". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved November 30, 2009. 
  22. ^ Noelani Torre (September 4, 2009). "Community of fortune-tellers comes to life". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved November 30, 2009. 
  23. ^ Maggie Lee (October 15, 2009). "Squalor—Film Review". Retrieved December 26, 2009. 
  24. ^ Marinel Cruz (July 26, 2009). "'Astig' tops Cinemalaya box office". Retrieved November 29, 2009. 
  25. ^ Darwin Chiong (July 28, 2009). "Film review: 'Astig'". Retrieved November 29, 2009. 
  26. ^ a b c Bayani San Diego Jr. (February 14, 2010). "A 'Glee' moment for Glaiza". Retrieved February 27, 2010. 
  27. ^ Francisco, Butch (27 February 2010), "Who are on the 33rd Gawad Urian list?", The Philippine Star .
  28. ^ Mario E. Bautista (December 23, 2009). "An absorbing story". Manila Bulletin. 
  29. ^ "'Mano Po 6' budget reaches P70M because of Beijing shoot". November 30, 2009. Retrieved December 8, 2009. 
  30. ^ (Tagalog) Nora Calderon (December 22, 2009). "Regine Velasquez had no second thoughts playing villain to Marian Rivera". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved December 24, 2009. 
  31. ^ "Mas defined ngayon." ... "After the first, hindi na kami nag-renew [ng contract]. Hindi na rin ako nagwo-work. Nagka-manager na din ako. Nagconcentrate sa TV shows. Puro TV ginagawa ko." Wells Avante (January 22, 2007). "Glaiza de Castro releases self-titled album". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved November 29, 2009. 
  32. ^ (Tagalog) Rose Garcia (June 10, 2008). "Glaiza de Castro's debut album to be launched two years after its release". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved November 29, 2009. 
  33. ^ "Glaiza de Castro". Retrieved November 15, 2009. 
  34. ^ "Glaiza de Castro turns sexy". GMA September 6, 2007. Retrieved November 16, 2009. 
  35. ^ Dolly Anne Carvajal (September 20, 2008). "Loser Yaya a winner dad and comedian". Retrieved November 29, 2009. 
  36. ^ "Ang panaginip ko, silang dalawa ni Rich [Asuncion, StarStruck 4 First Princess] parang tinutukso-tukso ko, magkasama sila sa kotse." ... "Tapos, ang text back sa akin ni Marky, marami raw siyang naririnig na napapaginipan din siya. Ang sabi niya, 'Bakit kaya maraming nagsasabing napaginipan nila ako, mamamatay na kaya ako?' Na talagang ngayon ko lang naalala yung sinabi niyang yun, kaya kinilabutan ako!" (Tagalog) Mell Navarro (December 8, 2008). "Glaiza de Castro had a dream about Marky Cielo before he passed away". Retrieved November 28, 2009. 
  37. ^ "... May mga parts ng buhay ko na kailangan ko ayusin bago ako ma-in-love sa ibang tao." Sophia Dedace (April 12, 2009). "Patrick admits interest in Glaiza de Castro, but...". Retrieved November 15, 2009. 
  38. ^ (Tagalog)Archie de Calma (May 12, 2008). "Glaiza de Castro feels fulfilled in doing indie films". Retrieved November 21, 2009. 
  39. ^ "Ayokong ma-typecast na kontrabida forever kasi mahirap makakawala sa ganoong image."Alex Valentin Brosas (September 10, 2009). "'I'll say no to next villainess role' - Glaiza de Castro". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved November 29, 2009. 
  40. ^ "Ang sa akin lang, fulfilled ako sa indie films. Nabibigyan ako ng roles sa indie projects na mabigat kung ikukumpara sa mainstream. At saka madalang naman akong mabigyan ng offer sa mainstream."Archie de Calma (May 12, 2008). "Glaiza de Castro feels fulfilled in doing indie films". Retrieved November 21, 2009. 

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