In 2011, Estrada’s first appearance was in Reel Love: Tween Hearts. He played a supporting role in the youth-oriented television series and he teamed up with Barbie Forteza. The show ended in June 2012.
In 2012, four months after Tween Hearts ended, Estrada moved to ABS-CBN for non-contractual acting. In his new station, his first acting stint was a supporting role in noontime television series, Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto. The series ended in December 2012.
In 2014 Estrada was originally part of the main cast of Mirabella as Julia Barretto's leading man but was later replaced by Enrique Gil and Sam Concepcion. After months of hiatus he came back and signed an exclusive contract with GMA Network via Strawberry Lane. He is paired with his Chasing Boulevard co-star Kim Rodriguez. He also played a callboy who learned about his father's true identity after his own father became his customer in Magpakailanman.
Estrada went to high school at Colegio San Agustin, and he attended college at College of St. Benilde, where he enrolled in the diplomatic affairs program. His parents were the main force that urged him to go into show Business. He began acting lessons in ABS-CBN’s Star Magic in 2010.