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Manny Jacinto

Canadian actor
Manuel Luis Jacinto is a Canadian actor born in the Philippines. After several small roles on television, his breakout role came starring as Jason Mendoza on the NBC sitcom The Good Place. Wikipedia
Born: August 19, 1987 (age 34 years), Manila, Philippines
Height: 5′ 11″
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Manny Jacinto, Actor: The Good Place. Manny Jacinto was born on August 19, 1987 in Manila, Philippines. He is an actor, known for The Good Place (2016), ...
Born: August 19, 1987, Manila
Manuel Luis Jacinto is a Canadian actor born in the Philippines. After several small roles on television, his breakout role came starring as Jason Mendoza ...
Nationality: Canadian
Occupation: Actor
Born: Manuel Luis Jacinto; August 19, 1987 (age 34); Manila, Philippines
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Manny Jacinto initially planned to be a civil engineer and then a dancer before settling on an acting career in which he landed recurring roles on Canadian ...
Place of birth: Manila
Manuel Luis Jacinto (born August 19, 1987) is a Filipino-born Canadian actor. After several small roles on television, his breakout role came in 2016, ...
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Feb 7, 2022 ˇ Manny Jacinto continues to make waves in Hollywood. Yong Chavez speaks with the Filipino ...
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Manny Jacinto is a Filipino-Canadian actor. Jacinto portrays Jason Mendoza on The Good Place. Before being cast as Jason, Jacinto was mainly a dramatic ...
Role: Jason Mendoza
Birthday: 19 August 1987 (age 32)
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Manuel Luis Jacinto is a Filipino-born Canadian actor. After several small roles on television, his breakout role came in 2016, playing Jason Mendoza on the ...
The Unlikely Romance of The Good Place's Janet and JasonA conversation between D'Arcy Carden, Manny Jacinto, and Marc Evan Jackson at Vulture Festival.