Sam Milby can be Pinoy James Bond, according to Eugene Domingo
In a tight corridor, Sam Milby punches, kicks and fights his way among goons attempting to block his way.
Wearing a bright green suit, black long sleeves, and black pants, he looks every bit an executive but he transforms into a lethal enemy when the camera begins to roll.
Sam kicks up really high and he doesn’t even break into a sweat while doing it.
In Kimmy Dora (Ang Kiyemeng Prequel), the actor plays Rodin Bartoletti, AVP for Human Resources of the Go Dong Hae group of companies.
PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) had the chance to witness Sam Milby in action at the SMX Convention Center located in SM Aura, Taguig City.
Eugene Domingo, the lead star of Kimmy Dora, was also present during this particular shooting day to talk about her movie, which is one of the entries competing in the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival.
Written and directed by Chris Martinez, Kimmy Dora (Ang Kiyemeng Prequel) is said to be the last instalment of the comedy franchise.
She is so impressed by Sam’s skills in doing action scenes that she has dubbed him as James Bond of the Philippines.
"Perfect siyang maging Pinoy James Bond—given the right script and the right time.
"Si Sam ngayon ko lang nalaman na napakahusay mag-action. My God, antaas-taas ng sipa niya!”
“Sabi ko nga, I hope the producers will discover what you can offer, more than being a heartthrob.
“My God, ang galing mo sa action! Sabi ko nga, you are perfection!”
The comedienne credits Sam for making her look good when they do action sequences together.
“You know he can sing. He can move very well and he can do action. Not all actors now can do action. He does it so easily. Naging mahusay akong mag-action because of him. Nagmukha akong magaling because of him. Yeah, nadala ako.
“I’m very lucky, very fortunate. He’s really an asset to Kimmy Dora 3. Very appropriate yung kanyang skills sa demands ng Kimmy Dora 3.”