By ABS-CBNnews.com and U.S. News Agency / Asian
Former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemate Tin Patrimonio revealed she is willing to go daring in her future projects if given the opportunity.
“Kung pumayag dad and mom ko pero I think okay naman kasi I think lahat na actually ng mga shows may kissing scenes na, so no choice,” Patrimonio told Push.com.ph in an interview.
Former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemate Tin Patrimonio
Patrimonio said she also likes to take more acting workshops to improve her skills.
While she is waiting for her projects, Patrimonio said she currently keeps busy with school. The 19-year-old actress just enrolled at the National University in Manila this semester for its A.B. English program.
Patrimonio said it feels weird going back to regular school again because it has been a while since she attended one.
“Okay naman ‘yung mga tao sa campus. Very friendly naman ‘yung students dun. Mababait naman ‘yung mga prof. It’s been fun. Nakakapanibago lang talaga kasi siguro last pasok ko sa regular school was matagal na. Actually twice a week lang pasok ko because of the schedule,” she said.
Patrimonio also revealed that most students in the campus still recognize her as a former PBB housemate and they would ask pictures from her.
“Funny rin kasi parang every time after classes ko, they take pictures and some even wait outside just to see pero okay naman, mababait naman sila and they help me around school,” she said.
Aside from showbiz and school, Patrimonio said she is hoping to finish her residency in NU so she could also play tennis for them in the UAAP.
“Sa January sana but residency pa ako. Next season pa ako makaka-compete pero okay lang naman. At least I have time to practice pa. I started going to NU this June lang kasi,” she said.
Patrimonio, the daughter of basketball icon Alvin Patrimonio, was only 10 years old when she first expressed her interest in tennis.