“Happy ako kung nasaan ako.”
This is what Kristoffer Martin said when asked about his 11-year journey in showbiz.
Many of his contemporaries have gone on to achieve greater popularity but he is not bothered.
His mindset? “Kanya-kanya tayong ng position in terms of this industry.”
“Meron talagang andito, meron nandiyan. Merong mas matagal. Merong mas tatagal. So tatanggapin mo na lang kung saan ka talaga.”
Kristoffer noted how he loves his craft.
“So kung saan ako dalhin, du’n ako. Happy ako nagkakaroon ako ng project.”
Despite the “roller coaster” ride, the 26-year-old actor is thankful with GMA renewing his contract with them recently.
He promises to do his best and meet his bosses’ expectations.
He noted how for the past decade, the network never left him without a job.
Kristoffer admitted there were times that he would question himself if he’s “worth it,” “deserving,” but GMA continued to believe in him and it inspired him to stay put.
“It kept me driven to push myself to my limit.”
He also promised not to waste the opportunity given to him and level up his skill as an actor.
Kristoffer thinks he will be able to do so through challenging projects.
If ever, he likes to portray a character who is suffering from dissociative identity disorder.
Kristoffer started his career via the talent TV show “Little Big Superstar.”
Later, he moved to GMA, where he starred in many shows.