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59 questions with Joshua Garcia

November 27, 2018 12:26 AM

Last October 7 was a special day for Joshua Garcia as he finally marked his 21st birthday. 

And now that he’s officially a “man,” the Ngayon at Kailanman star opened up about what he thinks about legality and responsibility at 21. 

Four years since he stepped out of the Pinoy Big Brother and Joshua can say that he’s still not used to being put on the pedestal by some people. What’s more is that the Tatay’s Boy ng Batangas is convinced that he’s “not a good actor” even if critics, award-giving bodies and casual viewers are saying otherwise. 

One thing is certain though, Joshua loves acting and he’s in fact very much eager to continuously improve his craft. This passion is probably the reason why his efforts earned him the title of being this generation’s best actor. In the long run, Joshua hopes to work with his dream co-actors and be able to land his dream roles. 

By now, Joshua has somehow adjusted to the life in front of the camera, which is also the reason why he can be playful with it these days. 

Many notice his happy heart along with reel-turned-real life sweetheart Julia Barretto. This time, Joshua casually gave tips on how to win a girl’s heart. 

Did you know that Joshua is one big computer geek? But aside from playing computer games, there are other things that Josh can tirelessly do. 

We often see him acting, singing or performing, but we rarely see him give his upfront reaction on certain matters. And that is exactly what we’re giving you on this video as Josh gives us faces about certain situations.

Joshua has always been a simple guy may it be in his style and in his dreams. And if he didn’t become lucky enough to make it into PBB, Joshua is convinced that he might be training at the Philippine Military Academy by this day. 

But since lady luck has been on his side, Joshua got in the famous yellow house, got out and eventually became part of the show business. 

Joshua’s life hasn’t been the same since he entered showbiz, thankfully though, most of the changes were for the better.