Isabelle Daza reveals growing up on strict rules imposed by mom Gloria Diaz
by FFE Entertainment News staff
Isabelle Daza admits that her mother, former Miss Universe Gloria Diaz, imposed strict rules on her when she was growing up.
“I had a curfew, yaya and driver para wala akong excuse not to be home,” she told the Philippine Entertainment Portal.
She said her curfew of 11 pm or 12 midnight was until she was 18 years old.
“Noong nag-Boracay ako, nandun rin ang yaya ko. Nag-party kami nandun din ang yaya ko,” she added.
But Isabelle said she did not find it difficult growing with these rules.
“No, I was sanay with it. I know naman it’s for the best,” she said.
Isabelle also shared that she tried to rebel against her mother in the past but they were failed attempts.
“Nagi-guilty ako eh,” she explained.
In the movie Lihis, Isabelle acted next to her mother and said she tapped her past experience for their confrontation scene because they fight in real life like it was depicted in the movie.
The cast of Lihis
“Actually it was my mom who carried the whole scene kasi siya yung maraming lines. Ako lang ang nagre-react,” Isabelle said when asked if it was difficult to shoot the scene. “…Kung kasama ko si Mom ko, parang dinadala niya lang ako.”
“If may kaeksena ako na ibang actor, I feed off them. But if I’m acting alone, like yung sa teaching, parang nahihirapan ako,” Isabelle said.
In the movie directed by Joel Lamangan, Isabelle plays a history teacher who tracks the past life of her father, played by Joem Bascon.