Coco Martin has become the King of Primetime TV with his impressive streak of teleserye blockbusters, especially his current national top-rater FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.
With this, Coco has now emerged as one of the centerpiece stars of the network and his appearances on ABS-CBN Christmas station IDs are always much anticipated.
We first spotted him clad in a red long-sleeved shirt accentuated with white coat when he graced the "Bro, Ikaw ang Star ng Pasko" music video in 2009.
Since then, the 36-year-old actor has always been present to the yearly tradition.
From the simple and very short stints, his succeeding appearances has grown more significant and heartwarming.
Of course, who would not recall that moment when Coco and Julia Montes graced "Da Best ang Pasko ng Pilipino" together in 2011?
Those made viewers adore him more, as they got a glimpse of his other facets. That is, being passionate in his charitable efforts, as shown in his succeeding Christmas station ID appearances.
We witnessed how Coco gives back to his fans and throws his full support to the unparalleled efforts of our valiant soldiers.
His being a champion of education was also shown as he gave away sets of school supplies to the pupils of a public school and to the soldiers who tirelessly pursue Project Shoe Box, an initiative of the Philippine Army, which aims to help less fortunate kids through the school supplies they give contained in shoe boxes.
He also didn't forget to leave them with inspirational messages that would encourage them to pursue whatever they are doing.
In "Thank You ang Babait Ninyo" in 2014, Coco took the chance to thank his grandmother, who stood as their real mom.
And this year in “Just Love Ngayong Christmas,” it was not only him who spread the love, but also the cast and crew of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, as everyone got involved in different outreach activities.
Apart from being an exceptional talent, Coco has become an inspirational idol to many. What he shows on ABS-CBN Christmas station IDs is not just because he is a Kapamilya, but also one who has a heart for others.