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. When, in an interview, he was once asked what he would like it to read on his tombstone, Ustinov replied "Please keep off the grass". 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. He was so well regarded as a goodwill ambassador that UNICEF Executive Director Carol Bellamy spoke at the funeral and represented United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan. 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). He passed away in 2004 due to heart failure in a clinic in Genolier, near his home in Bursins, Vaud, Switzerland, and was buried in a private ceremony in the town on Saturday April 3, 2004. Among the people he has managed is Giselle. In 2003 Durham's postgraduate college (previously known as the Graduate Society) was renamed Ustinov College when it moved to a new site.

Sanchez also became a manager of other entertainers. But with a population that size it's very difficult to have the same attitude to human rights.". The show is still also being produced. Ustinov was a frequent defender of the Chinese government, stating in an address to the University of Durham in 2000, "People are annoyed with the Chinese for not respecting more human rights. In 1992, Sanchez began production of Minga y Petraca, where he plays one of the main characters. However, he was knighted in 1990, and was appointed Chancellor of the University of Durham in 1992, having previously served as Rector of the University of Dundee in the late 1970s (a role in which he moved from being merely a figure-head to taking on a political role, negotiating with militant students). 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 the late 1960s, he became a Swiss citizen to avoid the British tax system of the time which taxed the earnings of the wealthy at up to 90 per cent.

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. He spoke English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish fluently, as well as some Turkish and modern Greek. 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. Towards the end of his life he undertook some one-man stage shows in which he let loose his raconteur streak - he told the story of his life and of his frequent alienation in British society (as just one example, he took a test as a child which asked him to name a Russian composer; he wrote Shostakovich but was marked down, told the correct answer was Tchaikovsky since they had been studying him in class, and told to stop showing off). 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. He is most well-known to many British people as a chat-show guest, a role to which he was ideally suited - his multicultural background made it possible for him to criticise the British character with good humour. Sanchez began to be known in the early and middle 1980s as a radio show host. "Sir Peter could make anyone laugh," UNICEF Executive Director Carol Bellamy is quoted as saying. "His one-man show in German was the funniest performance I have ever seen – and I don’t speak a word of German.".

Very famous across Puerto Rico, he is also known for his nickname: El Gangster. In this role he visited some of the neediest children and made use of his ability to make just about anybody laugh, including many of the world's most disadvantaged children. 1956) is a Puerto Rican radio and television actor, show host and producer. In the later part of his life (from 1969 until his death), his acting and writing tasks took second place to his work on behalf of UNICEF - the United Nations Children's Fund, for which he was a Goodwill Ambassador and fundraiser. Antonio Sanchez (born approx. He also won two Golden Globe awards (he famously set the Oscar and Globe statues up on his desk as if playing doubles tennis; the game was also a love of his life, as was ocean yachting). He won Oscars for his roles in Spartacus (1960) and Topkapi (1964).

His autobiography, Dear Me (1977), was well received and saw him describe his life (ostensibly his childhood) whilst being interrogated by his own ego. His film roles include Roman emperor Nero in Quo Vadis? (1951), Captain Vere in Billy Budd (1962), Lentulus Batiatus in Spartacus (1960), an old man surviving a totalitarian future in Logan's Run (1976), and in several films as Hercule Poirot, a part he first played in Death on the Nile (1978). His career as a dramatist continued alongside his acting career, his best-known play being Romanoff and Juliet (1956). His first major success was with The Love of Four Colonels in 1951.

Following military service as a private soldier during World War II, during which he had made propaganda films with names such as David Niven, he began to branch out into writing. After training as an actor in his late teens, he made his stage début in 1938, becoming quickly established. Peter was educated at Westminster School and had a difficult and uncertain childhood because of his parents' constant bickering and personality clashes. Her paternal ancestor Jules-César Benois was a chef who had left France for St Petersburg during the French Revolution and became a chef to Tsar Paul.

Peter Ustinov's mother, Nadia (Nadezhda) Leontievna Benois, was a painter and ballet designer of mixed Russian, French and Italian ancestry (she also had Ethiopian ancestry). In 1935 he began working for the British intelligence service MI5 and became a British citizen, thus avoiding internment or deportation during the war (Peter Wright mentions in his book Spycatcher that Klop was possibly the spy known as U35; Ustinov says in his autobiography that his father hosted secret meetings of senior British and German officials at their London home). Klop had served as a German fighter pilot in World War I and worked as a press officer at the German Embassy in London in the 1930s, as well as a reporter for a German news agency. He was known to his friends as "Klop" (bedbug).

His father, Iona (Jona) von Ustinov, was half Russian and half German. Ustinov was born in Swiss Cottage in London. Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov (born Peter Alexander von Ustinow) (April 16, 1921 - March 29, 2004) was a British-born and raised actor, writer, dramatist and raconteur.

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