This month's Cover Girl has been in the industry and the limelight for quite some time now.
It has been decade since a teenage Rhian Ramos first caught the eye of many as Richard Gutierrez's love interest in the fantaserye Captain Barbell. Her last regular TV stint was the hit 2015 LGBT series The Rich Man's Daughter, in which she was paired with the equally stunning Glaiza de Castro, and her staying power is testament to how consistently talented Rhian is in front of the camera.
Don't get us wrong, though; Rhian is far from your typical, one-dimensional celebrity. Turns out, there is more to the 25-year-old than just being able to shine in front of the camera.
For one, she is set to continue her run as a primetime TV star in the upcoming rom-action Sinungaling Mong Puso.
Rhian's best acting cred so far however, is in the 2015 independent film, psychological thriller Silong, starring alongside Piolo Pascual.
Speaking of excelling in her craft in the entertainment world, Rhian is not one to back down from dabbling in other fields of entertainment.
She has also developed into a versatile performer, able to bring anything that is needed of her and what her fans love to see.
Other than her showbiz credentials, Rhian is also quite the adrenaline junkie. She is into car racing and has participated in the annual Vios Cup at least twice.
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For a racecar driver, Rhian sure knows how to fill it up!
Her need for speed and thirst for thrill doesn't end on the race track, though. Good luck keeping up with her!
Another thing she is also very passionate about is sharing her blessings, particularly during her birthday. Last year, she spent her special day with the folks at the Golden Reception And Action Center For The Elderly And Other Special Cases (GRACES) and Child Haus.
Apparently, Rhian has an interesting love affair with beer. Though it wouldn't hurt to up her alcoholic beverage preference every once in a while.
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