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Explore Zaza Natividad's board "Mario Maurer and Baifern Pimchanok" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Mario maurer, Asian woman and Actresses. Thai-German actor Mario Maurer is back in the Philippines, this time with his co- star Baifern Pimchanok in the hit A Crazy Little Thing. " I'm always happy to come back to the Philippines because the fans here are the best!" said Mario Maurer.

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You have to give your time and study about it. I started watching actors and actresses on TV at the age of five. Mario is one of the important people who helped me pursue my career. He was good, professional, and nice in the movie. On your free time, what do you usually do? I have a free time because I cannot work without a free time because I have to rest.

So, in my free time I usually go with my friends and we ride bikes and sometimes we go workout at the gym. I try to give my free time to my family because before I got into the entertainment industry, we always go out.

But since I became an actress, I hardly have time to spend with my family. So whenever I have free time, I usually go out with my family.

Mario, you have a Filipino best friend. What Filipino traditions or traits have you been exposed to? Like when you visit your best friend at home? That was to make adobo at home. So I eat adobo every time I go there.

Yes, of course, they love to sing. What was the best thing that a fan did to you? Every time I come here in the Philippines, I always get a gift —something related to Filipinos and the Philippines. Like some time I got a very little house.

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How do you call it? I still keep that. I always keep all of what the fans give me. Sometimes, they give me the tricycle, because they know I collect cars so they give me something like a tricycle, a jeepney, a golden jeepney. I have a limited edition jeepney at home.

Like when we arrived yesterday Aug. And they passed me this little small photo book with all these little things. Name one person you look up to. Because she does a lot of charity work so I want to follow my mom and try to do a lot of charity work. Why do you think it was such a hit all over Asia?

I think because of Fern Baifern. She really had a very good acting in it. And her friends too in the movie. And he taught me that the more you get famous, you have to act small. I listen to people around me. I listen to a lot of advice. I listen to my parents, to my manager and also the more senior actors and actresses because they know the industry better.

What upcoming projects can your fans look forward to this year? I also have a movie in Singapore.

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I am working on a TV series with one of the TV stations back home. It will premier on the 20th day of this month. Helped by her three friends, Nam follows the advice of the guidebook Nine Recipes of Love, which supposedly has the magical power to win affection from the boy of choice. The nine steps require Nam to beautify herself by switching her glasses with contacts, wearing teeth braces, and whitening her skin, as well as secretly leaving a chocolate cake inside Shone's motorbike, though all of them seems futile in attracting his attention.

Nam also has an additional pursuit of going to the United Stateswhere her father works; he promises to Nam and her sister a plane ticket for whoever gets the top grade in school.

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After getting into a fight with the influential Faye, Nam and her friends are unable to enter the Thai dance club and forced to register in the unpopular English drama club for the school fair. Nam is selected to play Snow White in the titular play, while Shone works as a stage painter. Thanks to the drama, Nam instantly becomes a hot issue within the school, and her popularity further explodes when she is chosen as the drum major of the school parade.

During the second year, Shone's childhood friend, Top, transfers to the school. He falls in love at first sight with Nam and declares his love for her. The shocked Nam does not respond for fear of hurting him, so Top thinks that she accepts the confession. Nam is uncomfortable with the situation, especially when Top kisses her suddenly when the two are attending a friend's birthday party, during which Top shares the story about a promise he made with Shone: Meanwhile, Nam's increasingly close relationship with Top, Shone, and their associates has distanced her from her three old friends; the four barely talk with each other anymore as they enter their third year.

Unable to repress her emotions, Nam breaks up with Top shortly before the finals, in which she ranks first, making her able to settle in the United States. She then has a tearful reconciliation with her old friends, who help her to do the "10th recipe" of the love guidebook: However, to her dismay, Shone reveals that he is dating Pin, a mutual friend.

That night, Shone comes home to find out that he is accepted into a trainee program in a professional soccer team, and has to leave for the camp the following morning. He goes into his room and takes out a diary containing all of Nam's photos; Shone has always loved Nam, even before her transformation, but never manages to gain the courage to confess. He leaves the diary in front of Nam's house; at the same time, Nam is shown mourning his rejection in her bedroom.

Nine years later, Nam and Shone have become successful fashion designer and photographer, respectively. Nam returns to Thailand to attend a variety show. She gets a surprise visit by Shone, who reveals that he has been waiting for her after all those years. Cast[ edit ] Mario Maurer as Shone, a 10th grade boy who is a star of the school. He is a son of a retired soccer player of the town who missed his penalty shot which costs the team their national champion title.

From that incident, Shone is frequently teased as "the boy whose father missed the penalty shot". Shone nevertheless plays soccer at school although he refuses to shoot any penalty shot and thus is not part of the school team despite his high skills. Shone's other interest is photography; he is good enough to win a contest. Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul as Nam, a 7th grade girl with dark skin, thick glasses, and a school-conformed haircut.