Rico J. Puno Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career, Lifestyle & Net Worth

Rico J. Puno
Rico J. Puno
Rico J. Puno Overview
  • Full Name: Enrico de Jesus Pun
  • Date of Birth: February 13, 1953,
  • Birthplace: Manila, Philippines
  • Died: October 30, 2018
  • Albums: Sce: the way we were, The Way We Were Live, MORE
  • Children: Tosca Camille Puno, Rio Puno
  • Birth Sign: Aquarius


Rico J Puno born Enrico de Jesus Puno, was a Filipino singer, comedian, and television host. He was born on February 13, 1953, in Manila, Philippines.

Enrico de Jesus Puno, better known as Rico J. Puno, was a Filipino pop singing artist, comedian, actor and television host who was credited as a pioneer-promoter of original Filipino music.

He started the trend of incorporating Tagalog lyrics in his rendition of the American song The Way We Were and other foreign songs.

Rico J. Puno
Rico J. Puno

He was one of the hosts of GMA Network’s noon time Variety Show, Lunch Date alongside Orly Mercado, Toni Rose Gayda, and Chiqui Hollman. Later on, Rico J. and Hajji Alejandro led RPN 9’s Chibugan Na with Arnel Ignacio, Michelle Aldana, Chiqui Pineda, Gino Padilla, Abs-Cbn’s Pilipinas Win na Win and Happy Yipee Yehey.

Net Worth

As of 2018 Rico J Puno net worth is not revealed out.

Rico J Puno Death

His family through his sister-in-law Anna Puno confirmed his death in an Instagram post: “I am seized with deep emotional shock when I found out that our OPM King – Kuya Rico J. Puno has passed away this morning (Manila time). Numbed with grief, I would like to call on all entertainers in the OPM Industry as well as his worldwide fans to stop for a moment and say a prayer to one of the most respected singers in the country. I cannot help but say it was serendipitous that Starmedia prepared a solo 40th Anniversary concert for him and a US tour with the OPM stalwarts and colleagues just recently. Little did I know that this is his Final Bow in the live entertainment world. We will forever miss the TOTAL ENTERTAINER…but his songs will forever cherish in our hearts.”