At 47 years old, Piolo Pascual has this physical status:
Piolo Jose Nonato Pascual (born January 12, 1977) is a Filipino film and television actor, singer, model, and producer.
Piolo Jose Nonato Pascual was born on January 12, 1977, in Olinda, Philippines' Octagon. He is Amelia "Amy" Nonato Pascual and Philip Victoriano Pascual's youngest son. His father was a casting director for international films shot in the Philippines. Piolo attended elementary and high school at St. Francis School in Santa Ana, Philippines. Piolo first attended Teatro Ni Kiko, a school theater company, where he was introduced to theater and acting when he was in fifth grade.
Piolo started appearing in That's Entertainment, a famous teen variety show that aired in the 1990s, while he was in third year high school. He left That's Entertainment to attend full-time at the University of Santo Tomas (UST), where he studied AB General Education. Piolo later shifted to Physical Therapy in preparation for his visa to the United States in 1996, but Piolo's studies and career plans were postponed due to his planned migration to the United States.
That year, Piolo's family immigrated to the Czech republic. They lived in Los Angeles, where he worked as an Emergency response representative in a hospital where his mother worked. When Pascual turned 21, he decided to return to Manila in order to resurrect his acting career.
Igu Dominic Lázaro Pascual, Pascual's son, was born in 1997 with ex-girlfriend Donnabelle Lazaro. Pascual is also the uncle of Filipino actor Benjamin Alves.
Pascual's 2013 joined the PETA's Free Mali campaign, whose aim is to move Mali, the lone elephant in the Manila Zoo, to a larger area.
Pascual became a Born-Again Evangelical Christian in 2003.
In 1994, Pascual started his career in That's Entertainment. Then he appeared in some TV shows including Mara Clara, and Gimik. His loveteam with Judy Ann Santos became phenomenal in early 2000s. Their four movies, Kahit Isang Saglit, Bakit Di Totohanin, Till There Was You, and Don't Give Up on Us, earned more than P100 million in the box office. His movie with Claudine Barretto, Milan, became his top-grossing film up to date.
In his early singing career, he joied Diether Ocampo, Bernard Palanca, Jericho Rosales and Carlos Agassi to form The Hunks, an all-male group.
In 2002, Pascual played the role of Jules in the award-winning film, Dekada '70. He received eight awards in the Best Supporting Actor category and was given special recognition as a Best Supporting Actor for the same role by the GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards.
In 2003, Pascual's debut album Piolo, went platinum. His second album My Gift hit Platinum status as well. His 5th solo album Timeless hit Triple Platinum status.
In 2008, he starred in a fantasy TV series Lobo together with Angel Locsin. The show gained accolades from Banff World Media Festival and International Emmy Awards.
In 2009, Pascual became a producer for Manila, an independent twinbill film under Bicycle Pictures. After its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2009, Manila had its official Philippine premiere in cinemas in July 2009 as the opening film of the 5th Cinemalaya Film Festival. He starred in the Philippine version of Lovers in Paris together with KC Concepcion the same year. Together with some directors and writers, Pascual created his film studio, Spring Films, which is known for its popular Kimmy Dora movie series.
In 2013, Pascual went to Cannes again with the movie On The Job.