Gerald Anderson’s Age & Personal Background
GERALD ANDERSON’S AGE – Here are some details on the personal background of Kapamilya actor Gerald Anderson including how old he currently is.
One of the celebrities who is in the Philippine showbiz industry for more than a decade now is actor Gerald Anderson. Throughout his career, the actor also had his share of success and struggles.
Gerald is a Filipino-American who started his showbiz career as a housemate of Pinoy Big Brother, a reality program of the ABS-CBN network. He was born in Zambales but they moved abroad when he was three (3) years old.
Gerald Anderson‘s age was 14 years old when his family flew home to the Philippines and settled in General Santos City. A few years later, he was scouted by a talent manager and that was the start of his career through PBB.
Gerald Anderson is one of those former housemates who remained in the spotlight even after their PBB stint. In just a few years, he landed on major roles and top-billed several movies and television series. His first film was First Day High and he also starred in Till My Heartaches End; Catch Me, I’m In Love; and Won’t Last A Day Without You.
Gerald Anderson‘s age now is 32 years old. He already has his own resort in Zambales. It has always been his dream to have a private resort at the beach where he can enjoy relaxing moments with his loved ones.
However, amid the success of Gerald Anderson, he also became the center of controversies because of his love life. His last breakup was controversial as he was accused of infidelity and walking out of the relationship without proper breakup.
Gerald had a 3-year relationship with Bea Alonzo. According to the actress, the former PBB housemate just started not talking to her – what is now called as “ghosting”. There were allegations that Julia Barretto, his co-star in Between Maybes, was the third party in their breakup.
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