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Carl Barrameda's is enjoying his life as a full-pledged adult.


Carl Barrameda's is enjoying his life as a full-pledged adult.

For more than 10 years, the Sunday sketch comedy show “Goin’ Bulilit” has been a training ground for young kids that really helped honed their talent. No wonder it has produced several graduates who have made their mark in the industry. Today, let us talk about one graduate who did not continue his journey in the showbiz industry but instead became a businessman.

Many of them are still active in show business and became the brightest, most talented and popular stars in the entertainment scene. On the other hand, some of them chose to leave the spotlight and pursue their own dreams, such as Aaron Junatas, Basty Alcanses, Brenna Garcia, Cha-Cha Canete, Izzy Canillo, and Carl Barrameda.

Carl Barrameda became famous when he became part of ABS-CBN sketch comedy show, Goin’ Bulilit. Among his fellow cast are  Alfred Labatos, Angel Sy, Basty Alcances,  CJ Navato, EJ Jallorina, Igi Boy Flores, Eliza Pineda, Jane Oineza, John Manalo, Joshua Tecson, Julia Montes. Kathryn Bernardo, Kiray Celis, Kobi Vidanes, Kristel Fulgar, Mikylla Ramirez, Miles Ocampo, Nash Aguas, Nikki Bagaporo, Sharlene San Pedro, Steven Fermo, Yong An Chiu, and Dagul.

Carl Barrameda appeared in “Mga Angel na Walang Langit”, “Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko”, “Calla Lily”, “May Bukas Pa”, in “Honesto” as young Diego, he also appeared in “Doble Kara” as the young version of Julio, in “Honesto” as the young version of Diego, and in several episodes of the drama anthology “Maalaala Mo Kaya” from 2007 to 2012.





Carl Barrameda decided to not act anymore and pursue his passion for directing, he became an assistant director in some of ABS-CBN shows.





He and Nas Aguas opened a Japanese restaurant in University Belt in Manila. The restaurant is called Muramen. Carlo said in an interview: “Actually matagal kaming hindi nagkita nito at hindi rin kami masyadong close nong bata pa kami kasi siyempre malaki ‘yung (age) gap naming dalawa so nong nag-start na akong mag-direct sa ABS so nagkaroon sa Luv U, nagkaroon ng TV show, nagkaroon ng chance na don ako mapunta, so nagkaroon ng chance na maging close kami.”





Many people are under the impression that celebrities make the majority of their income from solely being in the spotlight. Many of them, however, choose to pursue other professions outside their acting careers or have ventured off into the world of business.


For Carl Barrameda, His passion is really directing and making movies. Carl Barrameda said, “Nag-AD (assistant director) ako sa sarili kong show, ‘Goin’ Bulilit,’ dati. Naging AD din ako sa ‘Home Sweetie Home.’”





The term celebrity conjures up many things: beauty, fame…turmoil. One thing that it doesn’t bring to mind is a shrewd business person. But the number of celebrity CEOs would shock you. Not only do these stars run their own companies - they are very good at it. Just like Carl, who is a grown-up guy and just turned 24 last October 12, his business and passion in directing drives him to be better.




The truth is that it takes a significant amount of intellect, intuition and business cleverness to achieve what any celebrity turned businessman has. There are many public figures that attempted to enter the world of business, but never managed to create a foothold, some even had the experience and education to do so. So maybe instead of scoffing and assuming that these celebrities used their fame to make money, take a deeper look at the factors that made these people successful both in their fields and outside them.



We hope you had fun reading our article. Thank you.

Source: TF | ABS-CBN | Youtube

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