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Marvin Agustin Is Perceived To Be A Billionaire!

In the world of showbusiness, money is really easy as long as you work hard and do your best. However, there are celebrities that decided to leave the limelight to venture in business, arts, or because of having a family. But for Marvin Agustin, he first left the showbiz then venture to business, then go back to his first love, acting. Because of his successful career both in show and food business, Marvin Agustin is perceived to be a billionaire.

Marvin Agustin is considered one of the most talented artists in the Philippine showbiz industry. Just like any other celebrities, his talent was his ticket towards the life he is living now. He is also a chef and entrepreneur.

Then 39-year-old actor-businessman started his career in ABS-CBN through the youth-oriented show Gimik. He was paired with Jolina Magdangal and made several hit shows and movies. Aside from acting stint, Marvin Agustin attended the International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, joining the restaurant entrepreneurs and called it Sumo Sam that specializes in Japanese-American modern cuisine.

He also co-owned a Japanese restaurant called John and Yoko, as well as the Cafe Ten Titas restaurant. Aside from the restaurant, he also owned Futuretainment Inc., a company specialized in the production of concerts and events.

With all of these achievements, it was mentioned in the article published in Pang-Masa that the actor is now a billionaire. Judging from his social media posts, he is often seen traveling in different places in Europe such as UK and France. Considering the financial aspect of his life now, we can claim that he is just more than a millionaire.

Based on some people’s statements, Marvin Agustin owned several restaurants and establishments around Metro Manila. With all his wealth and success, he can now live a comfortable life without working in showbiz.

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