Cebuana actress Nats Sitoy joins cast of comedy series ‘Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 3’ 

By Michelle Joy Padayhag |February 07,2019 - 03:06 PM

The cast of Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 3, which includes Cebuana Nats Sitoy (fourth from left). | contributed photo 

Cebu City, Philippines – Cebuana actress Nats Sitoy joins an upcoming iWant TV comedy series titled, “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 3.” 

Sitoy confirmed to Cebu Daily News Digital that she plays the character of Jona, the personal assistant of Eugene Domingo, who owns a production team.

“I graduated with a degree in Digital Filmmaking and before I decided to push through sa acting, na experience pud nako to work behind the camera. So aware ko sa mga gabuhaton sa production,” she said when asked how she can relate to her character. 

A native of Cordova, Cebu, Sitoy is the daughter of the late Board Member Arleigh Sitoy and the granddaughter of Presidential Adviser on Legislative Affairs Adelino Sitoy.

Startstruck

It was unexpected for Sitoy to work with Domingo, whom she described as a good actress. 

“Ma starstruck gihapon ko sa iyaha. Pero siyempre dili ko pwede pahalata,” she said.

Sitoy also feels challenged not to laugh on the set while filming scenes with Domingo.

“I swear there are moments gyud na inig ka shoot namo. Funny gyud kaayu si Ms. Eugene so pugong gyud,” she added. 

Aside from Domingo, Kapamilya hunk actor Tony Labrusca is also part of this project.

“Very down to earth. Very nice guy actually. Wala’y arte,” Sitoy described Labrusca. 

“Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank 3” is under the helm of Marlon Rivera. So far, no playdate has been announced yet by the management. 

The series is not Sitoy’s first comedy genre. She was part of the film, “Asuang” by Rayn Brizuela for Cinema One Originals in 2018. 

Sitoy is popular for her lead role in the 2018 Japanese film, “Itoshi No Irene.” /bjo

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