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THE long sighs. That’s what stands out most when I ask my girl and gay friends about Fabio Ide. They all swoon over his almost-perfect face.
Fabio, who is one of the ambassadors of Bluewater Day Spa (“I swear to their hilot. It has helped me with my bad back. Besides promoting them, I also attend their events that are all very worthwhile.”) and an emerging comedian, has thrown as many punchlines as air kisses to an adoring fan base.
But Fabio may also be the most serious among the Brapanese bunch that has invaded Philippines pop culture.
He intends to expand his comedic repertoire and jump into drama and more. Besides showbiz, Fabio with his friends spearhead a kids charity called Encidade (“charity” in Portuguese). More than meets the eye? Damn right.
Did you ever imagine that you’d become an actor? Here in the Philippines at that.
No! Everything happened by accident. My modeling and even my coming here. I’ve been coming here (the Philippines) for a number of years now and Jonas (Gaffud of Mercator) asked me if I wanted to try out showbiz and I didn’t say yes at first but here I am now.
Did you ever expect to be a comedian?
My first show was a comedy show and that’s when people saw that I can be funny. I did and said things that people found funny. But I don’t see limiting myself to comedy. I also want to excel in drama and more. I (always) do my best with a given job. I’m willing to learn more.
Do you find yourself funny?
Minsan. Minsan oo, minsan hindi. They say I have good timing and I always try to watch my shows so that I can see what’s funny. Well, they say it’s because I’m bulol in Tagalog, but I now have a teacher and my Tagalog is OK so that I can get more jobs.
When people ask about your lovelife, you say that you’re only into friendly dating.
Yes, I am prioritizing my career now. I don’t want to be distracted.
But it doesn’t mean that I don’t take girls seriously. You can still date and be serious without any commitment first.
I heard you’re the first Brapanese model who came to the country.
That’s true. I was given a modeling a gig here and I fell in love with the country. The people, the weather, the food.
Everything. It was then that I called Akihiro (Sato), Daniel (Matsunaga) and I told them to come here! And they did!
So since you were the first. Let’s talk about your firsts...first CD you ever bought?
It was Offspring. And Green Day. I was into skateboarding then.
Your first car.
It was a Ford Fiesta given to me by my father when I turned 18. I had to leave it though when I went here and my sister is using it.
First modeling gig?
It was back in Brazil. It was for an event where I was sampling hand lotion and explaining the product.
Your first crush?
It was back in school. Her name is Anna Carolina. She was also my first girlfriend.
Your first kiss?
I was nine years old. It was with my classmate, Luciana.
First paycheck...what did you buy?
I bought a TV for my room!
First Tagalog word?
Do you consider yourself guwapo?
Sometimes yes! (Laughs)
When are you most guwapo?
At night! (Laughs some more)
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