Maja Salvador’s Age & Personal Background
MAJA SALVADOR’S AGE – Are you wondering how old actress-businesswoman Maja Salvador currently is? Here are some details about her.
Some actors and actresses in the Philippine showbiz industry did not limit themselves to acting alone. They ventured other fields like business. Some put up a business that is still related to their craft. One of them is Kapatid actress Maja Salvador.
Maja Salvador‘s age now is 32 years old. Aside from being an actress, she is also a dancer, a host, a producer, and an owner of a talent agency – the Crown Artist Management. It was just recently when the actress launched her own talent management after transferring to TV5.
Maja Salvador‘s age was only 15 years old when she started in showbiz. Like other celebrities, she started with minor roles like her character in It Might Be You, a film top-billed by Kapamilya stars John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo. The young actress was under ABS-CBN Network for more than a decade before she accepted an offer from TV5.
The Kapamilya network allowed their artists to accept offers from other networks following the non-renewal of their franchise. Maja is one of those who accepted offers from TV5.
Maja Salvador’s real name is Maja Ross Andres Salvador. She was born in Aparri, Cagayan on October 5, 1988 to former actor Ross Rival and Thelma Andres. She is the niece of veteran actor Philip Salvador.
Throughout her showbiz career, Maja was part of several hit projects but her most popular is undeniably the Kapamilya revenge television series Wildflower which she top-billed in 2017.
Currently, Maja Salvador is in a relationship with a non-showbiz businessman, Rambo Nunez. They’re together for several years now and it is a second chance in their love affair as they previously broke up when the actress had to give her full focus on her other priorities including work,
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