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WOW Ganito Na Pala Ka-successful Ang Mga Business Ni MARVIN AGUSTIN!

Many celebrities go into establishing different kinds of businesses, especially because their popularity can give it a good push. Ultimately, their skills are still put to test on how well they can manage and grow them. Here's an update on Marvin Agustin.

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Marvin Jay Marquez Cuyugan Agustin, or Marvin Agustin is a Filipino actor, chef and entrepreneur. Marvin won his first TV and film acting awards for his performance as Filipino boxing champion Rolando Navarette in 'Maalaala Mo Kaya's Boxing Gloves' episode in 2004's 1st Golden Screen Entertainment TV Awards, and as a disturbed psycho Lemuel in the horror-thriller 'Kutob' in 2005's 31st Metro Manila Film Festival.

Marvin was part of ABS-CBN's Star Magic, before moving to GMA Network. He played a hunchback, Gabriel in 'Mga Mata ni Anghelita.' He also joined the cast of 'Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita' for a period and has played one of the villains in 'LaLola.'

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Not many know about this but Marvin was a waiter when he was 16. He said that he has learned to enjoy doing the job and that's why he was really exposed to the industry.

Marvin pursued his passion, which is cooking and attended the International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management. Later on, he ventured with restaurant entrepreneurship and started a modern Japanese-American cuisine, Sumo Sam. He also started to open various restaurants, where he enlisted himself as one of the partners.

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As of recent, Marvin has fifty restaurants all over the Philippines and he just opened an Asian Restaurant in San Francisco, USA--Bao, Down.

Many are happy for Marvin, that aside from his showbiz career, he used his passion and invested in the food business. This is where he believed he would excel most. The greatest thing about all this is, Marvin has remained humble, despite his success.

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What can you say about Marvin's success? Which other celebrities can you think of have established and managed their businesses well?


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