Before joining showbiz, newly launched Star Magic Circle artist Tony Labrusca juggled several jobs in Canada, where he was based with his family.
Labrusca, how entered local showbiz in 2016 via the talent search "Pinoy Boyband Superstar," recalled how he used to work "day in, day out" to earn a living.
He was at one point a cook, a shoe salesman, and a cashier all at same time.
The "La Luna Sangre" actor then became a barber, a job he referred to as having genuine interest in. In fact, Labrusca said, he actively sought out learning about hairstyling.
Speaking with Boy Abunda on the host's eponymous late-night talk show, Labrusca answered in the affirmative to the possibility of putting up a barber shop business, "pag mayaman na ako."
In the interview, Labrusca also talked about his choices of sports when he was still based in Canada, such as gymnastics and parkour. Both don't involve team play, he pointed out; that way, "I can only be blame myself, whether I win or if I fail."