Albie: I'm misunderstood most of the time

Posted at 12/09/2012 6:52 PM | Updated as of 12/10/2012 11:09 AM

MANILA, Philippines – Actor Albie Casiño admitted he feels misunderstood most of the time ever since he entered show business.

Kapamilya actor Albie Casino on "The Buzz"

In a live interview with “The Buzz” on Sunday, Casiño said most people tend to judge him only based on what they have read or heard about him.

“What people think of you is only what they understand of you eh. Ever since I got into showbiz, I tried to keep my personal life private. I understand din also why people judge me like that is because they only know what they see. They don’t really know me naman talaga,” he said.

While the young actor has been through a lot after joining showbiz, he said the most painful thing for him was see his family get dragged into the controversies.

“Through all of this, nadamay my mom, my dad, every time you hear Casiño masama na ang tingin mo. It’s not like that naman eh. We are very close. When one of us is having a hard time, we really get behind that person,” he said.

The teen actor said he would forever be grateful for his parents and brother, who stood by him through difficult times.

“I can’t say it in words. Hindi ko mae-express in words kung gaano ako ka-thankful sa magulang ko and sa brother ko. Nandito ako ngayon dahil sa kanila. Mama, thank you. I know that you have all the best intentions for me and sometimes hindi ako nakikinig. But I promise now to try to be a better son. Thank you and I love you,” he said.

Showbiz career

Meanwhile, Casiño said he would love to work with his “Mara Clara” co-stars again, particularly actress Kathryn Bernardo.

“I’m very proud of her now. I saw a magazine last night that she’s the cover. She’s really pretty now. I don’t regret much eh because there is no use thinking about what could have happened, what should have happened,” he said.

“Of course, I’d like to work with Kathryn again, with Diego (Montano), Julia (Montes), with everyone in ‘Mara Clara.’ We’ve created a bond,” he said.