Ron Morales: Ang Probinsyano actor now an OFW in Canada

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Ron Morales is living his best life in Canada. Via@RonMorales

Ron Morales spoke with ABS-CBN News about his new life as a cook in beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada.




RON MORALES STARTS NEW LIFE IN CANADA

The former Ang Probinsyano actor, who played SPO2 Bernardo Quinto under the command of PS/Insp. Dominador “Ador” B. de Leon (played by actor Coco Martin), had moved to Canada in 2019.

He’s now a cook at a restaurant in picturesque province of Prince Edward Island (population 156,947).

Speaking to ABS-CBN News, Morales said that “the chef trained me to do all the preparation the business needs. I can say I enjoy what I do. My wife is presently a stay-at-home mom, but she previously worked for a few months here as an early childhood educator (ECE) in a daycare.”

He is married to Victoria Villamin and have two children together.




RON MORALES FINDS THAT STARTING A NEW LIFE IN CANADA ISN’T EASY

Settling down in Canada wasn’t easy, but Morales said that things are getting better.

“I can say we are fully settled after more than a year of living and working here. Definitely, there were challenges from the early stage of migration,” Morales told ABS-CBN News. “But I can say generally it was smooth transition. Because of the family-friendly environment, peaceful and little to no traffic lifestyle PEI offers. We were detoxed from the city life we had back in the Philippines. We are missing the summer weather, though, back home, especially when it is winter season here.”

Does Morales miss being in the spotlight? Of course he does, but he remains focused on making a new life with his family in Canada.

“Hopefully, if an opportunity for acting will come my way again, I will be open to make creative projects again,” Morales told ABS-CBN News.




RON MORALES FILMOGRAPHY

Ron Morales is a Filipino actor with a number of roles in movies (Beauty and the Bestie and No Other Woman) and television (Ipaglaban Mo, Ang Probinsyano, and Maalaala Mo Kaya.).






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