Juan Pablo Manzanero Biografia / Biography
A native of Ticul Municipality, Mexico, Juan Pablo Manzanero is a Mexican composer, musician, and singer-songwriter best known as the son of the late Armando Manzanero.
He is known for his work on Juego limpio (1995), Octagon and Mascara Sagrada in Fight to the Death (1992) and La revancha (1992).
Pablo began to study music, learning to write notes before the alphabet at the age of four years.
Juan Pablo Manzanero Age
Pablo Manzanero was born on November 12, 1972, in Mexico. He is 48 years old as of 2020.
Juan Pablo Manzanero Wife
Pablo Manzanero has led a very private personal life. He does not share information regarding his personal life with the public. As a result, it is not known whether he is married, single, or dating.
Armando Manzanero Death
Manzanero died on December 28, 2020, at the age of 85 years old. He had been hospitalized in Mexico City after being diagnosed with COVID-19 on 17 December 2020.
However, his health deteriorated, and was intubated on 23 December. He died five days later.
Juan Pablo Manzanero Mother
At the moment, we cannot confirm who amongst Armando Manzanero’s first three wives is Pablo’s mother. We will update this information as soon as possible.
Juan Pablo Manzanero on his father’s Death
Speaking about his father’s death, Pablo referred to him as the best father in the world. He also went on to speak about his father’s death should serve as a lesson for the whole society that lets down its guard against the coronavirus.
“We must give an attentive call to all people to be more responsible. My father, unfortunately, because of that restlessness that everyone suffers, from being tired of being at home, on his birthday he went to get out of hand, to a family trip.
“And suddenly I see the photo with 30 people, without face masks, and I say: ‘what an irresponsible thing’, he got sick, all my brothers, everyone there gave Covid and my boss, because unfortunately, with diabetes, their 85, and with a screwed up kidney … wow, sadness! I asked God not to take him away on the plate, to let him come home and leave in peace, but it is God’s will, ” he said during an interview for REFORMA.