Who is Manuel L. Quezon III?

Get to know more about Manuel L. Quezon III

MANUEL L. QUEZON III – Here are some details about the grandson of former president Manuel L. Quezon.

Manuel L. Quezon III
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Quezon is currently making rounds online following his criticism of the “harutan” of Ilocos Norte 1st district Representative Sandro Marcos and Cavite 8th district Representative Aniela Tolentino in the middle of a session.

In a video, Tolentino can be seen speaking while Marcos is looking at her. Then all of sudden, the female congresswoman laughed and hit Marcos. After that, the latter walked away… smiling.

While some seemed to be thrilled in their interaction, other personalities did not like it and among those is the writer Manuel L. Quezon III who slammed the two by calling them: “kindergaten in suits”.

But who is Manuel L. Quezon III?

  • Real Name: Manuel Luis “Manolo” Casas Quezon III
  • Age: 52
  • Profession: journalist, writer

Manuel L. Quezon III is a writer, former television host and a grandson of former Philippine president Manuel L. Quezon. His parents are Manuel L. “Nonong” Quezon, Jr. and Lourdes “Lulu” Casas-Quezon.


Quezon earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of the Philippines Diliman.


Quezon writes editorials and columns for the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

In 2003, he was appointed as presidential assistant for historical issues during the time of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

From March 2004 until March 2005, he worked as the Ayala Museum’s history curator.

He also served as the host and writer of The Explainer, a show on the ABS-CBN News Channel that aired from 2007 to 2010.

Following the implementation of Executive Order No. 4 in 2010, President Benigno S. Aquino III appointed Quezon as the undersecretary of the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. He served as the spokesperson for the committee in charge of the president’s inauguration.

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