Kapamilya Toplist: Lovable, comical moments of a young Miles Ocampo on Goin’ Bulilit

Miles Ocampo has undeniably grown up to be the woman that we still admire up until now. Most of us wouldn’t forget that the former child star started building her name as a kid comedienne on Goin’ Bulilit when she was 8 until she’s 12 years old.

In this Kapamilya Toplist, let’s look back at her cutest and funniest moments on Goin’ Bulilit she was part of from 2005 to 2009. On skits in the show, she was able to portray well various adult roles - from being a loving mother and wife, to being a teacher. Miles also started the trend of sarcastic replies to obvious questions. She taught us important lessons and contrastingly transformed into a vampire as well.

After her remarkable stint in Goin’ Bulilit, Miles became a mainstay of the youth-oriented show Luv U where she’s partnered with CJ Navato. Miles became part of was the sitcom Home Sweetie Home, which starred sisters Alex and Toni Gonzaga.

The young actress was also able to showcase her dramatic chops in the 2004 series topbilled by Piolo Pascual, Mangarap Ka. She would then appear in a drama that made her famous--the 2005 teleserye Mga Anghel Na Walang Langit where she portrayed the role of Pepay, one of the street children who at their young age learned to survive the harsh conditions in life.

Miles had also appeared quite frequently on the drama anthology Maalaala Mo Kaya, where she has guested in about 20 episodes. A notable appearance was in the 2015 episode “Manika,” wherein she played the role of Thelma who had been embroiled in a fierce sibling rivalry with Isabelle Daza’s character Myra.

That same year, Miles joined And I Love You So as one of the lead stars with Julia Barretto, Dimples Romana and Angel Aquino. It was a story about the complicated interconnected lives of Miles’s character Joanna and Julia’s Trixie. They would clash later on and become rivals at almost everything.

In 2019, Miles had her biggest break in film wherein she played the female lead in the 2019 Metro Manila Film Festival entry "Write About Love." It revolved around the journey of a young female writer (Miles), who got to work with a seasoned writer (Rocco Nacino) to rewrite the script of an unfinished love story.

Miles has really come a long way since she became a Goin’ Bulilit cast member. She shared in her Tonight With Boy Abunda interview that her goal has always been to just stay as long as she can in the showbiz industry because that’s what she sees herself doing for the rest of her life.