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‘It’s beautifully told’: Liza Soberano and Shay Mitchell talk about being part of ‘Trese’

Liza Soberano and Stay Mitchell are the voice actresses of the main character of the Netflix animated series ‘Trese.’

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Kristhoff Cagape

FRESH SCOOPS

06/08/2021 03:14 PM
‘It’s beautifully told’: Liza Soberano and Shay Mitchell talk about being part of ‘Trese’
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Liza Soberano and Shay Mitchell talked about being part of the Netflix animated series Trese, which is based on an award-winning Filipino comics by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo. 

Liza is the voice actress of the main character Alexandra Trese for the Filipino version while Shay is the voice actress for the English version. 

In the "Behind The Scenes" video posted by Netflix, Liza remarked that she was very impressed about the Filipino script.  


"When I first received the Filipino script, I was blown away. It's beautifully told when it's in Filipino and it has more of a sentimental value to me and more of a connection to me," she stated.

The Kapamilya star remarked that her mission for being part of this series is to showcase to the world our well-loved folklore characters in the Philippines. "We have our own characters here in the Philippines, our own superstitious beliefs, and I just want to share that with the world," she stated.

 

 

Meanwhile, Shay remarked that she is very elated to be part of the series and seeing everything come to life through animation.

READ: Liza Soberano, Fil-Am star Shay Mitchell to voice lead character in Pinoy Netflix animated series ‘Trese’

"I'm really excited about this series. Just to see it come from words on a page to then seeing it be artwork and voicing over to this character that I've grown to love so much," she stated.

On what to expect from the animated series, Shay relayed, "Definitely going to have lots of twists and turns. So don't think you know what's coming because you don't."