Argentinian actor, singer, and director Juan Pablo Di Pace is a married man but it is not where most of his fans and followers think.

The Buenos Aires native earned his recognition for his role as Petros on 2008 jukebox musical romantic comedy film, Mamma Mia!. He currently portrays the character of Fernando Hernandez-Guerrero-Fernandez-Guerrero on the Netflix's sitcom, Fuller House. Some people also know him for competing in the show, Dancing with the Stars in 2018.

Hips Don't Lie: Juan Pablo and his dance partner Cheryl Burke dance the Salsa to 'Tu Sonrisa' by Elvis Crespo on the 27th season of Dancing with the Stars (Published on 12 November 2018)

Juan was confirmed as one of the celebrity contestants along with dancing partner, Cheryl Burke on the 27th season of ABC's dance competition series, Dancing With Stars in 2018. He competed against the likes of Milo ManheimNikki Glaser and troupe members, Alan Bersten and Lindsay Arnold

Juan Pablo Di Pace's Bio: Parents, Sister

Juan was born on 25th July 1979 to parents Victorio Di Pace and Marta Maineri. He moved to Spain and spend his childhood at the age of 12. His sister Maria Victoria di Pace is also an actress, with whom he shared the screen on Survival Island and Tutti Intorno A Linda.

 In 2008 he directed a music video for British-Georgian singer Katie Melua's song, 'Two Bare Feet' in which he appears opposite his sister.

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At the age of 17, Juan was awarded a scholarship to attend the United World College of the Adriatic in Italy. He later studied theatre at the London Studio Centre.

Juan Pablo De Pace Embedded His Name On Dancing With The Stars

Just into the third week of the 27th season of DWTS and it seemed like Juan had already set his eyes on the big trophy. Pace, as his name suggests, was setting up the pace and turning the heat among the competitors. 

Performing a sizzling Samba along with his partner Cheryl Burke, the couple raised the temperatures of the theatre by some degrees with their routine. Dancing to the tunes of Ni Tu Ni Yo by Jennifer Lopez featuring Gente De Zona, Juan looked at ease with the Latin dance. And he seems to have not only impacted on viewers mind but also on judges who scored the routine a perfect 30, first of this season. 

It was not just the dance routine that caught the eyes of the viewers as also his story of struggle he had to face during his journey for the top. He opened up about the bullying he suffered during his early years. He expressed that he was treated awkardly just because he was Latino and was a bit artistic.

The artisticness inside him had, however, done him little harm as not only had he established him in Hollywood but had established himself as a strong contender for the DWTS trophy. 

Juan's Ride of Emotional Rollercoaster: Left Dancing With The Stars with Beautiful Act

He even made it to the semi-finals week and while the contestants were stepping their game up by dedicating their dances to their loved ones, Juan chose to dedicate his semi-finals dance to his mom.

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And the crowd were bawling their eyes out when it was revealed that Juan's mom had just won her battle against cancer. He further confessed that the dance (he performed the tango) reminded him of his mother's 'warrior spirit' and that she inspired him every single day.

The viewers were quite surprised as they weren't expecting the emotional rollercoaster and many tweeted out about how they were inspired by the story. Some even shared their stories and the fact that they could relate to the dancer's feelings towards his mother.

His mother was there to support him during his rehearsal and his final performance as she witnessed her son's graceful movements. Yes, that was his final performance as Juan got eliminated alongside another contestant, Joe Amabile on 13 November 2018.

But Juan didn't leave on a negative note as he had already won the hearts of the audience and judges with his final dance and shared his gratefulness for being able to do the thing he loved (he loves to dance) in front of millions of people. 

His Acting Career; First On-screen Appearance At Age 26

Before appearing on the big screen, Juan appeared in the London musical Chicago and also played the role of Danny Zuko in the Trieste production of the musical, Grease in Italy.

Juan, who speaks fluent Spanish, Italian and English made his big screen debut portraying the character of Manuel in an erotic thriller film Survival Island in 2005. He appeared as Tony Manero in the 2009-2010 Spanish production of Saturday Night Fever, which won him critical acclaim by the European press.

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He is one of the familiar faces on British television for his appearance on the BBC One comedy, The Catherine Tate Show, movie Aftersun, and also the series New Tricks.

In 2013, he was cast as series regular, narrating the role of billionaire businessman Nicolas Treviño for the third season of the TNT primetime television soap opera, Dallas.

His notable work on the screen includes Física o Química (2011), El don de Alba (2013), A.D. The Bible Continues (2015) and After the Reality (2016).

Juan has narrated the role of Jesus Christ on NBC's miniseries, A.D. The Bible Continues. His act on the series has manifested his faith in Christianity religion. He revealed that he has recieved the God's signal before landing the role of Jesus Christ in the series.

Talking in an interview with in April 2015, he stated that he saw the flock of birds flying around his head and huge twister right in front of him. Just after ten minutes, he got the call confirming that he was going to portray the role of the religious leader in the series.

Further, he added that it was a great honor and a challenge to play someone, who was so good and pure.

Juan Pablo Di Pace's Dating Status; Married On-screen, Wife Offscreen?

The Argentine actor has been tight-lipped regarding his dating status, and his marital life. But that has not stopped him from enjoying the perks of a married man as he has a wife onscreen.

On his Netflix series, he portrays the role of a divorced husband with Andrea Barber, playing his ex-wife Kimmy Gibler. The divorced couple even has a daughter together in the series. 

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Despite having divorced in the series, Juan and Andrea share a close relationship outside the sets. They frequently pop up in each other's Instagram feed and the fact both are single has added fuels to the flame that they are seeing each other. 

Reel or real wife? Juan Pablo Di Pace wishes birthday to his on-screen wife, Andrea Barber in July 2017. (Photo: Juan Pablo Di Pace's Instagram)

The numerous wife-mentioned pictures of them on his Instagram demonstrated that Andrea might be his possible girlfriend. Juan even wished on her birthday in July 2017, labeling her as 'WIFE,' and showered her with praises. 

But neither of the rumored lovebirds has confirmed their relationship as boyfriend and girlfriend to the date, leaving their fans and followers in a lurch.

Is Juan Pablo Di Pace Gay?

Because of his confined dating status, the Latin American actor is often professed to be gay by his fans and followers. But, he has not publicly confessed as a gay to the media.

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Despite not opening up about his sexuality, he does believe in gay relationships. Juan is a supporter of a gay marriage, which he revealed through a reply on his Twitter. Replying to one of his Twitter followers in October 2012, he exhibited his support towards gay marriage stating that marriage is for all.

However, it is inaccurate to assume him to be gay just because he has a private personal life and believes in a concept that marriage is for all sexes. The actor could be biding his time and looking for a perfect partner to spend the rest of his life.