At 26 years old, Juanpa Zurita has this physical status:
Zurita began his career as a content creator on his Vine account, which attracted followers from around the world. He published content in both Spanish and English. When the Vine application closed in 2017, he had more than 1.8 million followers. He continued his online presence through his Instagram account, where he has more than 25 million followers, and created a YouTube channel with videos almost exclusively in Spanish.
Zurita began modelling in 2016, being the frequent image of the firm Pull&Bear in its events, as a model and as a guest artist in the openings of the new sites of the Inditex brand or in the launch of new collections of men's clothing. Later, in October of that same year, he was photographed to promote Calvin Klein in Mexico. In 2017 he collaborated in the Paris fashion show with Louis Vuitton, paraded for Dolce & Gabbana on the Fashion Week runway in Milan and appeared on the cover of the July–August 2017 edition of GQ Italia with Luka Sabbat, Austin Mahone and Rafferty Law.
Juanpa Zurita has participated in some audiovisual projects, films and TV series. In May 2017 Netflix announced that it would make a series about the life of Luis Miguel, with Juanpa Zurita playing Alex, the singer's brother.
On 3 June 2017 Juan Pablo Zurita and Lele Pons hosted the 2017 MTV Millennial Awards at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City. It was broadcast on 4 June 2017 throughout MTV Latin America. During the ceremony, he was named 'Digital Icon of the Year'. In 2020, Zurita joined the cast of season 4 Mexican singing competition, Pequeños Gigantes as a judge. On 23 October 2020, it was announced that Zurita would be the host of Nickelodeon's The Substitute in its second season.
In March 2018 he became a partner in the Mexican alternative fashion brand Acapella and reached an agreement with the Spanish accessories firm Hawkers.
According to some media, Juan Pablo Zurita wealth exceeds or is close to one million dollars per year.