Hilarious, humble beginnings of Nash Aguas on Goin’ Bulilit

Initially capturing our hearts as an adorable and talented child star, we have already seen Nash Aguas play various roles on-screen in the past 16 years that he’s been in the local entertainment scene, with his stint as the cheerful yet courageous Private Michael Mendoza in A Soldier’s Heart being his latest.

However, before we are able to witness him thrive into becoming one of the most promising and bankable young actors of his generation and appearing in a slew of notable television programs and movies through the years, such as Bagito (2014) and The Good Son (2017) that he both topbilled, we all know that his acting career started off in the now-defunct kiddie comedy program Goin’ Bulilit.

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And for this feature, we’re going to take a trip down memory lane as we revisit some of his most remarkable appearances on the show that indeed tested to his brilliance and versatility as an actor at a very young age.

We witnessed Nash portray different characters there, such as a kind tourist in Macau and Dubai, a news anchor, Rapunzel’s prince charming, superhero, a clever student with an impressive knowledge about fun facts, a grandmother, and a strict boxing coach.

He also became part of the longest-running kiddie gag show’s remake of the classic Kapamilya series Gulong Ng Palad and the lead in the parody of the Taiwanese drama Hana Kimi, that was aired on ABS-CBN in 2008.

With his impressive portrayals of those characters, we already knew by then that he has a bright future in the industry after graduating from Goin’ Bulilit in 2011.

Don’t forget to catch Nash on A Soldier’s Heart, weeknights on Kapamilya Channel and Kapamilya Online Live!