Actress Cherie Gil has been in the industry for so long and have worked with different kinds of actors.
Having spent decades in showbiz, Cherie surely knows what a good actor is based on his or her etiquette especially at work which, according to her, should be taught in acting workshops.
Broadway singer and actress Lea Salonga shared a guide to actors’ etiquette on her Facebook account which was written by Cherie whom she described as “incomparable”.
Cherie stated: “Certain actors’ etiquette are not taught in some acting workshops. And I think they should be.
I personally think the ff:
and NOT in the order of importance
NEVER ever kiss me in greeting , out of so called politeness and courtesy, if I don’t know who the hell you are ! Introduce yourself first . And pllleeeaaasssee don’t call me TITA unless we are blood related (or super super close fam friends)
NEVER ever echo the directors instructions to your co actor in the scene. Never TEACH your co actor or tell her / him how he should do the scene or his part UNLESS you need something from the actor which would help you in your own process. BUT ask kindly and humbly..”