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Mcoy Fundales

Musical Artist from Philippines

Mcoy Fundales Marco "Mcoy" Fundales (born November 3, 1977) is a Filipino singer-songwriter, writer, actor. He gained popularity as a member of the band Orange and Lemons (ONL) and a former house player in the ABS CBN reality show's Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity Edition 2 edition. After Orange and Lemons disbanded in 2007, he formed the band KENYO with former ONL bandmates Ace del Mundo and JM del Mundo. He has also worked in independent films as an actor and musical scorer. He is an Eagle Scout of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines and was recognized as one of the Ten Outstanding Boy Scouts of the Philippines in 1992. Mcoy hails from Baliwag, Bulacan from a family with no musical background whatsoever. His father, Joselito Fundales, was a postal employee and his mother, Teresita Dela Rosa, was a high school teacher. He's the eldest of two siblings. A self-confessed geek (graduating as Valedictorian in high school and Cum Laude from the University of the Philippines in Diliman), Mcoy never thought he could really sing and perform. He was often asked to sing in front of his class as a practical joke in high school. Mcoy found this embarrassing and he vowed to learn how to sing. He made true to his  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Marco Fundales
Date of birth
1977-11-03
Nationality
Philippines

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