In 2004, he had his first main character role in the fantasy show' Mulawin.He played Gabriel, a half-Human and half-Ravena who became the third wheel in Alwina (Angel Locsin) and Agiluz' (Richard Gutierrez) romance.
He pursued a college education at Miriam College taking B. After transferring to GMA Network and becoming a contract star, he landed his first role for the network in the youth-oriented drama Kahit Kailan where he played a supporting character named David.He was also cast in several outings like Twin Hearts and Love to Love.Trillo was born to Florita Florencio Ho, a Filipino, and Abelardo Leslie Ho, a Chinese Filipino from Dumaguete, Negros Oriental on May 12, 1981 in Quezon City.He finished high school at Jose Abad Santos Memorial School, Quezon City and spent his grade school years (grades 1–7) at the Ateneo De Manila University. He took part in ABS-CBN's hit television soap operas Pangako Sa 'Yo as Ruel and Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan as Jojo, both were minor characters.Malia, Mateo and Lia’s daughter, finds her place in the world of mortals, while training for the time when she must fight against the cursed vampire, Supremo.
But while preparing for her destined battle, she meets Tristan, a man whose past experiences will turn him into someone that will love but also destroy Malia.Witness this action-packed, fantasy-drama starred by the country’s premiere love team and a powerhouse cast!Recently, ABS-CBN stars John Lloyd Cruz and Ellen Adarna have been making waves online due to rumors of them officially dating.Adding strength to these claims is the fact that the Kapamilya actor posted a cyptic message in his social media account which netizens think is meant for Ellen.The post read: According to the research conducted by Trending News Portal, the said images have been uploaded by the actor way before his rumored split with the FHM cover girl. Remember to like Trending News Portal on Facebook to get updates on the latest news!The same year, he had his breakthrough performance when he starred in the Metro Manila Film Festival official entry Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita as a transgender woman during World War II.