MANILA (Mabuhay) – ACTOR Wendell Ramos who was from the Kapuso network does not regret becoming a certified Kapatid.

He’s part of the recently concluded primetime series “Ang Babaeng Hampaslupa” topbilled by Alex Gonzaga, and now, Wendell is once again tapped to play one of the major characters in the upcoming dramserye entitled “The Sisters.”

“My role here is very different dun sa una kong ginawa (the first project) I did for TV5. Mas may lalim yung gagampanang kong role kasi parang isa siya sa mga leading man eh (This has depth because I’m one of the leading man).”

The actor is also very happy working with lead actress Nadine Samonte, who recently moved to the Kapatid Network.

“She’s still the same. Nagkasama kami dati sa ‘Kung Mahawi Man Ang Ulap’ and magaling parin talaga siyang umarte. Hindi naman ibibigay itong napakalaking project sa kanya kung hindi niya deserve eh (I worked with her in ‘Kung Mahawi Man ang Ulap’ and she’s still really good. This project won’t be given to her if she does not deserve it at all).”

Aside from this new series, Wendell is also part of the Star Cinema movie starring Zanjoe Marudo, Toni Gonzaga and Eugene Domingo.

Wendell is happy that even though he works for the rival network, ABS-CBN still shows its interest in him in its movies.

“Even before naman nung nasa GMA-7 pa naman ako eh I did ‘Sukob’ so feeling ko naman wala talagang problema dun eh (Even before when I’m still with GMA-7 I did ‘Sukob’ so there’s really no problem with that). Happy ako kasi unang una eh they have their own actors and they still picked me.”

When asked on his working relationship with TV5, the actor said everything is working smoothly and he’s happy that he gets to do roles very different from his past characters.

He also dismissed reports that he moved to the Kapatid channel just because of the money offered to him.

“Isa yun sa mga main reasons (It’s one of the reasons). But it’s not entirely about money but yung opportunity na binibigay sa akin. I’m thankful kasi napaka ganda ng inoffer nila sa akin.”

The actor hopes he gets to do more acting projects with the network and grow side-by-side with the station and its artists. (MNS) â–