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‘Living The Dream’
Welcome to DailyStraits.com first podcasting episode for the year!
We are going to kickstart our series with a comprehensive interview with Malaysian celebrity Pablo Amirul on the pros and cons of being an actor in Malaysia.
As a former banker turned full time actor based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Pablo has acted in numerous films with the most notable one being Kampung Drift and Air Force The Movie: Selagi Bernyawa which is now available on Netflix including here in Australia.
Our chat with Pablo today is going to revolve around on intricacies of being an actor in Malaysia.
Disclaimer: This interview was conducted in both English and Malay.
In this podcast we discuss:
- How actors get jobs in Malaysia?
- How do actors in Malaysia plan for retirement?
- The difference between influencers and actors and much more…
Without further ado, let’s listen and watch the interview here:
Listen to previous episodes here:
- EP 56: Lina Patel, Mary O’Keeffe of Greaterthan
- EP 55: Brodie Haupt of WLTH
- News: Senior Aussies Big Windfall
- Podcast: Brendan Malone of Raiz Australia
- “A Prime Minister was operating rogue..it trashes the institutions” – Bill Shorten on Australia Today
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