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He is currently working as an exclusive talent of Star Magic. De Guzman auditioned and was later cast in the 2009 Cinemalaya film Last Supper Number 3.
JM de Guzman's mother is Han Carteciano Gob while his father is Ronniel De Guzman. He was a cast in Ang TV 2 (as JM "Butik" de Guzman), where his batchmates include Shaina Magdayao and Denise Laurel. The independent film was where Direk Lauren Dyogi, business unit head of ABS-CBN.
During his elementary and high school years, he studied at Lourdes School of Quezon City. Dyogi found him and asked to audition for Midnight Phantom.
In 2005, he was accepted at the University of the Philippines in Diliman, where he took up Certificate in Theater Arts, majoring in Performance Studies. He logged a 1-1 fight record: he lost his match in the 2007 URCC University and won in the 2009 S. He passed the audition and starred as the best friend of Rafael Rosell who plays the title role.
His supposed portrayal of Pedro Calungsod for the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival entry film Pedro Calungsod: Batang Martir was also cancelled and was replaced by actor Rocco Nacino to take on the titular role.
He won medals in various competitions sanctioned by the Wrestling Association of the Philippines, wherein he represented the UP Wrestling Club or the Quezon City Wrestling Team. Upon getting the role, De Guzman has proven that he is one of the most-promising young actors these days, as he also present a very good chemistry with the cast, especially with Lauren Young, who plays Via Pereira, his character's love interest in the series.
In 2007, he won a silver medal for Quezon City during the Philippine Olympic Festival – National Capital Region qualifying round. Now a contract artist of Star Magic, he played the lead role of "Angelito" in Angelito: Batang Ama, paired with Charee Pineda, which aired from November 2011 to April 2012.
De Guzman is a cousin of fellow singer Klarisse de Guzman, first runner-up of The Voice of the Philippines (season 1).
In late 2013 to 2014, De Guzman underwent rehab due to drug abuse and entered a rehab facility for 17 months.