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Brazilian Actor – Kayky Brito

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Brazilian Actor – Kayky Brito

Kayky Brito (real name: Kayky Fernandes de Brito), born October 6, 1988, in São Paulo, Brazil, is a Brazilian actor.


Brito made his acting debut in 2003 in the soap opera “Chocolate com Pimenta” for which was nominated for Contigo’s supporting actor award. The following year, he won for Contigo’s most promising actor award, for his part in “O Beijo do Vampiro.”

Since then, Brito has landed numerous telenovela roles including “Três Irmãs,” “Chiquititas Brasil,” “Xuxa Abracadabra,” “A Diarista,” “Começar de Novo,” “Alma Gêmea,” “Cobras & Lagartos,” and “Sete Pecados” and also acted in a theater production of “A Ordem Natural das Coisas.”


Aside from acting, Brito also models on the side, appearing in TV commercials for “Carrefur” in 2004, “Havaianas” in 2006 and graced the pages of “Atrevida” magazine.

Japanese Actor – Satoshi Tsumabuki

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Japanese Actor – Satoshi Tsumabuki

Satoshi Tsumabuki, born December 13, 1980, in Fukuoka, is a Japanese actor.


Tsumabuki’s breakthrough film was Waterboys (2001) for which he was nominated for the ‘Best Actor’ award at the Japanese Academy Awards, and won the ‘Newcomer of the Year’ prize.

Tsumabuki has starred in many well-reviewed films including Dororo, Nada sô sô, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Haru no yuki aka Spring Snow and Yajikita to name a few.


Aside from acting, Tsumabuki is also a musician. He is the bassist and lead singer for Basking Lite.

Filipino-Spanish Actor – Patrick Garcia

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Filipino-Spanish Actor – Patrick Garcia

Patrick Garcia, born on September 14, 1981, in Makati City, Philippines, is a Filipino-Spanish actor, best known for his role as Ryan in the acclaimed Philippine movie, Madrasta.

Photo courtesy of Cosmopolitan Philippines Magazine

The youngest of three children, his eldest brother, Pichon, is a commercial model while his older sister, Francesca (or Cheska), is a popular actress who usually dabbles in villainess roles and is one of the more beautiful faces in Philippine showbiz.

At the age of 9, Garcia started as an altar boy at St. James Parish Church of Ayala, Alabang where they used to live. He served for several years until his family moved to Frisco del Monte, Quezon City. At the age of 13, his actress sister convinced him to try acting. He tried out for the 1994 Philippine movie, “Separada”, and was cast right away. The movie was well-received by the critics and became an instant hit, and also cemented Garcia’s status as the newest young heartthrob in the Philippines.


A year later, Garcia landed many more roles in movies and soap operas, such as “Gimik”, “Araw-araw, gabi-gabi”, and “Asero” among others. Then in 1996, he received his greatest achievement by winning the Best Child Actor award at the age of 15, at the FAMAS Awards, for his role as Ryan in the critically acclaimed Olivia M. Lamasan film, Madrasta.

After Madrasta, Garcia has been working steadily ever since, taking on more challenging characters in movies, “Mano po III: My love”, “Nagbibinata” and TV series “Captain Barbell”, “Kampanerang Kuba” and “Super Twins”.


During his spare time, Garcia loves listening to jazz musics, motocrossing and working out.