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Dimples Romana to Open Her Own School for Acting and Personality Development

Dimples Romana to Open Her Own School for Acting and Personality Development

Dimples Romana is giving back to the entertainment industry by opening her own acting and personality development school! In a post, Dimples gave a preview of where her school will stand, saying it’s a “lifelong dream coming true.”

Doors of opportunities

The 36-year-old actress said that the ABCD Prod and Dimples Romana School for Acting and Personality Development Headquarters are currently in the works and will be opening soon.

“For years, I have been thinking of how I can give back to the industry that has been kind and generous to me. I knew I always wanted to teach, to share what I know that has been working for me and my family now,” she said.

Dimples hopes that the school will “give way and open doors of opportunities” for aspiring and current members of the entertainment industry. She also shared that she’s planning to invite her fellow actors and mentors to join her in this endeavor and “pass on their legacy” by teaching in her school.

Open to all

Aside from classes that will discuss techniques in acting, hosting, and branding, the school will also offer personality development classes. “Our school will be open to aspiring artists, actors, actresses, hosts, brand ambassadors, and also to non-media related students… We will also open personality development classes to corporate individuals and companies,” Dimples said.

She went on to say that the school is open to everyone all over the world, especially since “everything is online for now.”

Dimples is currently starring in the TV5 sitcom “Oh My Dad!” alongside Ian Veneracion. She also recently made a surprise appearance in the ABS-CBN teleserye “Huwag Kang Mangamba.” Members of “The Gold Squad,” whom she worked with in the popular afternoon drama series “Kadenang Ginto,” star in the series.

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