IN PHOTOS: Dawson’s Creek Actor Joshua Jackson Visited Philippines to Shoot Documentary Series

One of the actors of the hit drama series, Dawson’s Creek, Joshua Jackson, was in the Philippines last December 12. According to other publications such as CNN Philippines, the actor was here to document the series for National Geographic entitled: Years of Living Dangerously.

Back from diving Apo island reef. #YEARSproject squad(some of em) keeping us safe in the water.

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In addition, the Canadian actor also played as “Charlie Conway” in one of my favorite movies, Mighty Ducks. 

Ducks fans in Manila!! Maybe this is the D4 squad? A photo posted by Joshua Jackson (@vancityjax) on

Surprisingly enough, Joshua loved the beautiful scenery of his hotel room and captured a stunning image before heading to Dumaguete.

Morning Manila.

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When in Dumaguete, he posted another IG photo of the place and kept all of his fans updated about his whereabouts.

#YEARSproject squad. Loading up for the day. Next stop Apo island.

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It seems like the actor enjoyed his nature tripping and was amazed by the richness of our country.

Joshua and his team were here to shoot series on climate change which will start airing its second season in 2016.

It’s always fulfilling to know international celebrities enjoy the beautiful tourist spots in the Philippines.

Were you a Dawson’s Creek fan, too? 


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