Antonio Sanchez

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Antonio Sanchez (born approx. 1956) is a Puerto Rican radio and television actor, show host and producer. Very famous across Puerto Rico, he is also known for his nickname: El Gangster.

Sanchez began to be known in the early and middle 1980s as a radio show host. In 1987, he and friend Hector Marcano were cast as co-hosts of television game show La Hora de Oro on Puerto Rico's Super Siete channel. La Hora de Oro, or The Golden Hour, enjoyed a successful run for two years in Puerto Rico, period in which Sanchez's face also became familiar to the Puerto Rican public. When Marcano moved in 1989 to Tele-Once to do a talk show named Marcano, el Show, Sanchez was offered a job by Telemundo Puerto Rico, to make a show that would compete with Marcano's show. No te Duermas (Do not go to Sleep), the show that put Sanchez against his old friend Marcano, eventually was the survivor of this talk show ratings battle, and Sanchez is still host of the show.

In 1992, Sanchez began production of Minga y Petraca, where he plays one of the main characters. The show is still also being produced.

Sanchez also became a manager of other entertainers. Among the people he has managed is Giselle.

Sanchez also hosts a radio show, alongside Funky Joe, named El Bayu de la Manana (The Bayu of the Morning, Bayu being a word with no meaning in English). Both his No te Duermas and Bayu de la Manana shows have attracted a large list of local and international entertainers to be interviewed by el gangster.


Antonio Sanchez (born 1971) is a Mexican jazz drummer from Mexico City, who became well known for his contribution to the Pat Metheny Group and the Pat Metheny Trio.


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Antonio Sanchez (born 1971) is a Mexican jazz drummer from Mexico City, who became well known for his contribution to the Pat Metheny Group and the Pat Metheny Trio. Since then he has intermittently toured with his former bandmates and also played with his own bands The Peter Tork Project and Shoe Suede Blues as well as in solo performances and with touring partner James Lee Stanley. Both his No te Duermas and Bayu de la Manana shows have attracted a large list of local and international entertainers to be interviewed by el gangster. Finally in 1980 he quit drinking and the next year gave up drugs, and in 1986 he rejoined fellow-Monkees Davy Jones and Micky Dolenz for a 20th anniversary reunion tour. Sanchez also hosts a radio show, alongside Funky Joe, named El Bayu de la Manana (The Bayu of the Morning, Bayu being a word with no meaning in English). After two years of the show, six albums, a movie, and a television special, Tork had had enough and quit the group, striking out on his own with a group called “Release.” This new band never achieved success, and problems with drugs including alcohol led to his leaving show business entirely for a few years while he taught school and coached basketball. Among the people he has managed is Giselle. On the television show, he was relegated to playing the “dummy” even though he was actually an intelligent, literate person.

Sanchez also became a manager of other entertainers. Tork was the most proficient musician of the four, and though the group did not play their own instruments on their first two albums, after that point he played keyboards, bass guitar, banjo, and other instruments on their recordings. The show is still also being produced. Tork got the job and became one of the four members of The Monkees, who ended up being both characters in a television sitcom and a band in their own right. In 1992, Sanchez began production of Minga y Petraca, where he plays one of the main characters. While there he befriended other up and coming musicians such as Stephen Stills, and after both moved to the Los Angeles area Stills suggested Tork audition for a new television series about four pop-rock musicians. No te Duermas (Do not go to Sleep), the show that put Sanchez against his old friend Marcano, eventually was the survivor of this talk show ratings battle, and Sanchez is still host of the show. Tork dropped out of college and moved to New York City, where he became part of the folk music scene in Greenwich Village during the first half of the 1960‘s.

When Marcano moved in 1989 to Tele-Once to do a talk show named Marcano, el Show, Sanchez was offered a job by Telemundo Puerto Rico, to make a show that would compete with Marcano's show. and began studying piano at the age of nine, and showed an aptitude for music by learning to play several different instruments, including the banjo and acoustic and bass guitars. La Hora de Oro, or The Golden Hour, enjoyed a successful run for two years in Puerto Rico, period in which Sanchez's face also became familiar to the Puerto Rican public. He was born in Washington, D.C. In 1987, he and friend Hector Marcano were cast as co-hosts of television game show La Hora de Oro on Puerto Rico's Super Siete channel. Peter Halsten Thorkelson (born February 13, 1942), better known as Peter Tork, is an American musician and actor. Sanchez began to be known in the early and middle 1980s as a radio show host.

Very famous across Puerto Rico, he is also known for his nickname: El Gangster. 1956) is a Puerto Rican radio and television actor, show host and producer. Antonio Sanchez (born approx.

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