Aeign Zackrey Nash Victoriano Aguas or simply known as ‘Nash Aguas’ was born on October 10, 1998. He made his first TV appearance on the noontime variety show MTB, after joining the program’s Batang F4 contest, when he was only 5.
In 2004, Nash joined ABS-CBN’s talent search Star Circle Quest, where he won as the “Grand Kid Questor.” He was also known as a mainstay cast in the Sunday comedy gag show Goin’ Bulilit, which paved the way for him to become a child star.
At a very young age, a lot of people have seen his potential to be successful in the entertainment industry.
Now at 20, Nash Aguas is a proud owner of a house in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the US.
Just recently, the young actor shared about his latest achievement on his Instagram account, where he wrote.
“Finally, this house is officially and legally mine!!!! Thank You po!”
As seen in the photo, the 20-year-old actor was all smiles while holding the document of ownership and standing in front of his new home.
Many people congratulated Nash for this achievement; including his girlfriend, Kapuso actress Mika Dela Cruz.
“Ngiting tagumpay! Happy for you, Love!” Mika wrote.
“Thank you, Love! Punta tayo rito sa susunod, ipapasyal ka namin!” Nash replied.
But just like other celebrities, the young actor has also gone through personal life difficulties.
Back in 2017, Nash opened up about his parents’ separation and how he dealt with it. Despite all the difficulties he faced, he chose to be positive and to have stronger faith in the Lord.
“Grabe, akala ko wala na. Gano’n ‘yong pakiramdam, e. Pero kasi, siguro ‘yong mga naka-experience or makaka-experience no’n, tiwala lang. Dahil, at the end of the day, malalaman mo kung bakit pinaranas sa ‘yo ni Lord yun,” he shared.
Instead of letting that incident affect him, he just considered it as a blessing in disguise and focused on its positive effect in shaping his personality.
“Kung hindi ko naranasan ‘yon, baka tulad lang ako ng ibang kabataan na walang pakialam sa pamilya or party lang nang party, walang sense of responsibility,” Nash added.