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Manuel L. "Manolo" Casas-Quezon III (1970 - ) is a Filipino writer, television host and grandson of President Manuel L. Quezon.

Quezon's father was Manuel L. "Nonong" Quezon Jr. He is a columnist and editorial writer for the Philippine Daily Inquirer and the host and writer of The Explainer on the cable ABS-CBN News Channel. He was named Presidential Assistant for Historical Affairs in 2003. He was history curator from March 2004 to March 2005 at Ayala Museum.

Interestingly enough, he is openly gay and happens to be adopted.

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Early Life

He was born in 1970, he is the adopted son of the late Manuel "Nonong" Quezon Jr. (1926-1998) and Lourdes "Lulu" Casas-Quezon, with his grandson, former President Manuel L. Quezon (1878-1944).

Filmography

TV show

  • The Explainer (2007-present)

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