Jorge Daniel Pardo, often known as JD Pardo, has gained news for his outstanding performance in Mayans M.C. Padro plays Ezekiel ‘EZ’ Reyes in the FX series. The fourth part of the series just came out, and fans can’t get enough of the bad guy. They are curious about his personal life with his wife and children, despite the fact that the actor is extremely reserved.
JD Padro’s wife
Padro is presently married to Emily Frlekin, with whom he resides in Los Angeles, according to Cinemaholic. The pair married in 2010 and have been together since. For a long time, fans suspected he was gay after he played Eddie Araujo in A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story. But, once he married Frlekin, the rumors died away.
Padro’s wife, according to the site, is a UC Berkeley English literature graduate who works as a project manager at The Black Card Circle Foundation.
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Franklin’s organization is a non-profit public charity that seeks to enhance the quality of human existence. They promote awareness and finances for the fields of education, the environment, healthcare, poverty alleviation, and global development. Padro’s wife, according to an old travel blog she ran until 2011, likes to travel, according to Cinemaholic. Because the actor is a private person, there is minimal information available regarding their marriage or love story. The duo has never revealed any information regarding their relationship. Padro even avoids writing about his spouse on social media, yet freely discusses his children.
JD Padro on Parenting His Children
Padro and his wife are the parents of two children. His elder daughter was born in 2017, and his younger son in 2021. On Instagram, the actor often photographs with his son and daughter, but he has never disclosed their names. On Father’s Day in June, the actor shared a video of himself playing with his children. He stated in the post that he was really fatigued, but his children didn’t get it.
They were just relieved that their father had returned home. He went on to say that there was no greater blessing or duty than that, and he aspired to be a better man and father for his children as a result. Previously, he discussed parenting in an FX Get to Know You piece. When asked what one thing usually cheered him up when he was down, he responded, “My daughter.” It doesn’t matter how difficult things are when you see a child—and she’s two and a half—and they’re looking at things as if they’re not complicated, they’re in the present.”
He stated that his daughter would become joyful as fast as she became unhappy because, as a child, she was able to let go of her feelings. His daughter would beg for his attention, and if he responded, ‘not now, tomorrow,’ she would be disappointed, but as long as he was there, she was content.
And that would lift his spirits.