KC Concepcion confesses: “Namimiss ko na umarte ha!”

The 33-year-old star admitted that she misses her job as an actress five years since she took a back seat from acting.

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5/14/2019 1:38 PM
KC Concepcion confesses: “Namimiss ko na umarte ha!”


Photo credit: @itskcconcepcion on Instagram

KC Concepcion confessed that she misses her job as an actress since she took a back seat from showbiz five years ago. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Was this REALLY Eva Noblezada’s first film she’s incredible and I am now officially a fan!!! 👏🏼 Happy to have been invited to the ‘Yellow Rose’ world premiere here in LA... the film that took the audience on a ride with its soulful, beautiful, funny, true Filipino-American nature that fits right into the mainstream. This film doesn’t even feel foreign, nor heavy, even as it tells the story of the pains and woes of an immigrant Filipino family that is forcefully torn apart. Sooo good!!! Tagos sa puso! @msleasalonga & Ms. Princess Punzalan are the Philippine actors in it too. Watch it, by all means, if you see it showing near you! Nakakamiss ang #buhaypelikula 🎥 ⭐️ #KacecapadesLA

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This, as Sharon Cuneta and Gabby Concepcion's only daughter, who has since focused on her career as a businesswoman, shared throwback clips from her previous film 'Boy Golden: Shoot To Kill, the Arturo Porcuna Story' on Instagram this past week.

A far cry from her usual roles, the Chito Rono and Carlo Mendoza-helmed action movie featured KC as fierce sexy dancer, Marla "Marla Dy" De Guzman. 

"Did someone say CAMP?," she said in reference to the latest theme of popular fundraising event Met Gala, "Camp: Notes on Fashion".

"Because I’m in the M O O D," she wrote in a separate post. "Ohh man, I’d play fierce roles like her again and again... Nang dahil sa #MetGala2019 napa post ako nito eh! Namimiss ko na umarte ha!"

 

 

 

'Boy Golden', which was released in December 2013 as an official entry to the annual Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF), is KC's last major film to date.  

Currently, the 33-year-old star is based in California to take courses related to her business in fine jewelry. 

In March last year, KC unveiled her debut jewelry collection, Avec Moi by Kristina, which consists of 26 pieces all inspired by her favorite flower, rose.