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Born: April 4, 1957 (age 63 years), La Tuna, Mexico
Full name: Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera
Spouse: Emma Coronel Aispuro (m. 2007)
Escaped: 1st escape: 19 January 2001; 2nd escape: 11 July 2015
Children: Ovidio Guzmán López
Movies: Narcos, Guns & Money: Chasing El Chapo
Celebrated Name El Chapo
Age 63 Years
Nick Name El Chapo
Birth Name Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera
Birth Date 1957-04-05
Birth Nation Mexico
Place Of Birth Badiraguato, Sinaloa
Best Known For Powerful trafficker in the world
Father Emilio Guzman Bustillos
Mother Maria Consuelo Loera Perez
Sisters Armida and Bernarda
Brothers Miguel Angel, Aureliano, Arturo, and Emilio and three unnamed
Grand Parents Juan Guzman and Otilia Bustillos
Education Drop out
Marital Status Married
Married Date November, 2007
Spouse Alejandrina Maria Salazar Hernandez, Estela Pena, Griselda Lopez Perez, Emma Coronel Aispuro
Son Cesar, Ivan Archivaldo, Jesus Alfredo, Edgar, Joaquin, and Ovidio
Daughter Maria Joaquina, Emali Guadalupe, Griselda Guadalupe, Rosa, Alejandrina, Kim and Laisha.
Body Type Average
Height 5ft. 6inch(1.68m)
Weight 91kg(201 lbs)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Brown
Shoe Size 7(UK)
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He drooped out of school when he was in third grade.
El Chapo came to the world of crime after he met the lord, Hector Luis Palma Salazar(El Guero) in 1970.
El Chapo has been arrested three times throughout his life and for two times he has managed to escape from the prison easily.
He is asked to pay a $12.6 billion bill as restitution.
Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera was born on 4 April 1957 into a poor family in the rural community of La Tuna, Badiraguato, Sinaloa, Mexico.
His parents were Emilio Guzmán Bustillos and María Consuelo Loera Pérez.
His paternal grandparents were Juan Guzmán and Otilia Bustillos, and his maternal grandparents were Ovidio Loera Cobret and Pomposa Pérez Uriarte.
For many generations, his family lived at La Tuna.
His father was officially a cattle rancher, as were most in the area where he grew up; according to some sources, however, he might also have been a gomero, an farmer.
He has two younger sisters named Armida and Bernarda and four younger brothers named Miguel Ángel, Aureliano, Arturo, and Emilio.
He had three unnamed older brothers who reportedly died of natural causes when he was very young.
Few details are known of Guzmán’s upbringing.
As a child, he sold oranges and dropped out of school in third grade to work with his father and as a result is functionally illiterate.
He was known for being a practical joker and enjoyed playing pranks on his friends and family when he was young.
He was regularly beaten, and he sometimes fled to his maternal grandmother’s house to escape such treatment.
However, he stood up to his father to protect his younger siblings from being beaten.
It is possible that Guzmán incurred his father’s wrath for trying to stop him from beating them.
His mother, however, was his “foundation of emotional support”.
The nearest school to his home was about 60 miles (100 km) away, and he was taught by traveling teachers during his early years.
The teachers stayed for a few months before moving to other areas.
With few opportunities for employment in his hometown, he turned to the cultivation, a common practice among local residents.
During harvest season, Guzmán and his brothers hiked the hills of Badiraguato to cut the bud.
Once the plant was stacked in kilos, his father sold the harvest to other suppliers in Culiacán and Guamúchil.
He sold at commercial centers near the area while accompanied by Guzmán.
His father spent most of the profits on liquor and women and often returned home with no money.
Tired of his mismanagement, Guzmán cultivated his own plantation at age 15 with cousins Arturo, Alfredo, Carlos, and Héctor Beltrán Leyva, and he supported his family with his production.
When he was a teenager, however, his father kicked him out of the house, and he went to live with his grandfather.
It was during his adolescence that Guzmán gained the nickname “El Chapo”, Mexican slang for “shorty”, for his 1.68 metres (5 ft 6 in) stature and stocky physique.
Most people in Badiraguato worked in the fields of the Sierra Madre Occidental for most of their lives, but Guzmán left his hometown in search of greater opportunities through his uncle Pedro Avilés Pérez, one of the pioneers of Mexican trafficking.
He left Badiraguato in his twenties and joined organized crime.
In 2019 his wife Emma Coronel launched a clothing line and appeared on U.S. reality television.
Coronel and Guzmán have two young daughters.
The former model and beauty queen is niece of the late Ignacio Coronel Villareal, (″Nacho Coronel″), who worked with both Joaquín Guzmán and Amado Carrillo Fuentes (“El Señor de Los Cielos”).