Nothing is impossible for a child with a dream. With determination, she’s projected to go far, just like the former child star Isabel “Lenlen” Frial, who became successful in the showbiz industry at a young age.
But, how did Lenlen accomplish this?
In fact, there is no need to question it anymore because Lenlen has already proven her ability when it comes to acting. She had many chances and even more opportunities to show to herself that she truly deserved the popularity and prominence she enjoys because of her efficiency and effectiveness as an actress.
In 2009, Lenlen participated in “Tropang Potchi,” an education program alongside Julian Trono, Ella Cruz, Bianca Umali, Lianne Valentin, Migs Cuaderno, and many more. She was named “Best Children’s Show Host” at the 27th PMPC Star Awards for Television for her hosting abilities.
Aside from that, Lenlen appeared in the 2010 TV series “Bantatay,” with Raymart Santiago, Gelli De Belen, Renz Valerio, and Krystal Reyes.
The influx of opportunities in Lenlen’s life and career did not stop there because the following year she also became part of a sports series called “Futbolilits” with her fellow child star, Yogo Singh.
In the same year, Lenlen appeared in the film “Ang Panday 2,” alongside Bong Revilla, Marian Rivera, Iza Calzado, Lorna Tolentino, Eddie Garcia, Alice Dixson, and many more.
Perhaps “Paroa: Ang Kuwento ni Mariposa” would be one of her most memorable projects since she worked with Barbie Forteza, a fellow actor whom Lenlen really admired.
In 2014, Lenlen starred as a villain in the drama-comedy TV series “My BFF”. Contrary to her sweet image and personality, the actress was able to prove that she can play a different role.
Lenlen is still seen and watched on television up until today. In fact, she participated in “Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Broom.” She also played the role of little Heart Evangelista in the TV series “Legacy”, and was last seen in “First Yaya” starring Gabby Concepcion and Sanya Lopez.
Throughout her career in show business, Lenlen’s popularity has never faded, and it is expected to continue to grow in the future.