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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Its sole cover, a version of Pulp's "Common People" performed with Joe Jackson, has received good notices, often to the surprise of the reviewers. The LP has been critically acclaimed for its unique "pop-driven" style. In the fall of 2004, he released a new album entitled Has Been, produced and arranged by Ben Folds and with songs composed by Shatner and Folds. In his appearance on the animated science-fiction TV series Futurama he recited Eminem's "The Real Slim Shady" song during a feast, spoofing his own "Lucy" chant. Shatner also appeared on Ben Folds' "In Love" (on the album Fear of Pop: Volume 1), a "song" about how love can go ever so wrong.
One such commercial featured Shatner with frequent collaborator Ben Folds performing an irony-laden version of Diana Ross hit, Mahogany. In recent years, Shatner has been spoofing his earlier musical career, performing in the same style for a series of Priceline.com television commercials. In 1978, Shatner hosted The Science Fiction Film Awards where he performed Elton John's "Rocket Man" (http://www.ubu.com/outsiders/365/02-2.html). He said, "If you listen to [this song], you will hollow out your own leg and make a canoe out of it to get off this island.".
These early renditions are commonly bashed, such as when George Clooney named William Shatner's "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" as one of his Desert Island Discs as an incentive to leave the island. Tambourine Man" by Bob Dylan and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by The Beatles. It includes spoken-word covers of "Mr. His musical album The Transformed Man (1968) has become a camp favorite.
Digital Pictures (http://www.coredp.com/) company, which provided the special effects for the 1996 film Fly Away Home. Shatner is also the CEO of the Toronto, Ontario-based C.O.R.E. Shatner has a 360 acre (1.5 kmē) horse farm in Kentucky named Bellreve where he raises the winning horses. In his spare time, Shatner enjoys breeding and showing American Saddlebreds and Quarter Horses.
She currently lives in Southern California. Melanie is the proprietor of Dari, an upscale women's clothing boutique. Shatner has three daughters: Leslie, Lisabeth, and Melanie, and a son, Daniel. William Shatner has been married four times:.
In 2004, Shatner was cast as the eccentric but highly capable attorney Denny Crane for the final season of the legal drama The Practice and then its subsequent spin-off, Boston Legal. Shatner has appeared in several episodes of the television series Third Rock from the Sun as The Big Giant Head, a fat, womanizing, substance-abusing, higher-ranked officer from the same alien planet as the show's protagonists. In the 1990s Shatner appeared in several plays on American National Public Radio, written and directed by Norman Corwin. In 1995 a first-person shooter game named William Shatner's TekWar was released, and was the first game to use the Build engine.
This popular series of books led to a number of television movies, in which Shatner played a role, and to a short-lived television series. The first—published in 1990—was entitled TekWar. Shatner has enjoyed success with a series of "Tek" science fiction novels. He also has found an outlet in spoofing the cavalier, almost superhuman character persona of Captain Kirk, in films such as Airplane II: The Sequel (1982), National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon I (1993) and Saturday Night Live, in which he advised Star Trek fans to "Get a life!", repeating a popular catch-phrase.
As the unwilling central public figure of a widespread geek-culture of Trekkies, Shatner is often humorously critical of the sometimes "annoying" fans of Star Trek. Hooker series; this show became a popular hit. While continuing to film the successful series of Star Trek movies, he returned to television in the 1980s, starring as a uniformed police officer in the T.J. Its success re-established Shatner as an actor, and Captain Kirk as a cultural icon.
The dry spell ended for Shatner (and the other Star Trek cast members) when Paramount produced Star Trek: The Motion Picture in 1979, under pressure from long loyal fans of the series. Scott and received excellent reviews. This was directed by George C. In 1970, Shatner appeared as the prosecutor in a PBS television film of the Broadway play The Andersonville Trial.
He says this period was a humbling one, as he would take any odd job, including small party appearances to support his family. Shatner had a long dry spell in the decade between the original Star Trek series and the Star Trek movies, which he attributes to his being typecast as Captain Kirk, making him unable to find other work. One potential stumbling block is his current commitment to another series on a rival network. Playing Kirk again seems unlikely given he is more than 10 years older than he was when he last played the role (making some sort of pre-Generations appearance by Kirk problematic).
Kirk, an ancestor of Kirk's, or an unrelated character. However, it is not known if Shatner would be playing James T. Reports in the media indicated that the idea is being given serious thought, with series producer Manny Coto indicating in Star Trek Communicator magazine's October 2004 issue that he is preparing a three-episode story arc for Shatner. In the summer of 2004, rumors began circulating that the producers of Star Trek: Enterprise were considering bringing William Shatner back to Star Trek.
This was to be his character's final role as the character of Captain Kirk was killed in the film. In 1994, he returned to the role of Captain Kirk in Star Trek Generations. Between 1979 and 1991, William Shatner played Captain Kirk in the six Star Trek films and directed the fifth one. He was slated to assume the role of Kirk for Star Trek: Phase II, a follow-up series regarding the second five year mission of the Enterprise, but Star Trek: Phase II was cancelled in pre-production and expanded into Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
In 1972, Shatner returned to the role of Captain Kirk, albeit only in voice, in the animated Star Trek series. He subsequently was contracted to play Captain James Kirk for the Star Trek series and held the role from 1966 to 1969. Kirk for the second pilot of Star Trek, entitled "Where No Man Has Gone Before". William Shatner was first cast as James T.
He also appeared in the Stanley Kramer film Judgment at Nuremberg and starred in two episodes of the acclaimed science fiction series The Twilight Zone. His movie debut was in the classic MGM film The Brothers Karamazov with Yul Brynner in which Shatner starred as the pious brother Alexei. In 1959 he was given good reviews when he took on the role of Robert Lomax in a theatrical production of The World of Suzie Wong. Trained as a classical Shakespearean actor, he performed at the Stratford Festival of Canada in Stratford, Ontario before going to the United States to work.
Shatner earned a Bachelor's degree from McGill University in 1952. He has since worked as a writer, producer, director, musician, and best-selling author. Shatner has written three books chronicling his experiences playing Captain Kirk and being a part of the Star Trek franchise. Kirk of the Starship Enterprise in the television show Star Trek from 1966 to 1969 and in seven of the subsequent movies.
Shatner is most famous for his starring role as Captain James T. William Shatner (born in Montreal, Quebec, March 22, 1931) is an actor and writer. Has Been (Shout! Factory, 2004) (http://www.shatnerhasbeen.com/). William Shatner Live (Lemli, 1977).
The Transformed Man (Decca, 1968). Star Trek: I'm Working on That: A Trek from Science Fiction to Science Fact, with Chip Walker, 2002, ISBN 067104737X. Get a Life!, with Chris Kreski, 1999, ISBN 0671021311. Star Trek Movie Memories, with Chris Kreski, 1994, ISBN 0060176172.
Star Trek Memories, with Chris Kreski, 1993, ISBN 0060177349. Captain's Log: William Shatner's Personal Account of the Making of "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier", as told by Lisabeth Shatner, 1989, ISBN 0671686526. Star Trek: The Ashes of Eden, DC Comics graphic novel, 1995, ISBN 1563892359. Comic book adaptations
Shadow Planet, 2002, ISBN 0061051195. Beyond the Stars, 2000, ISBN 0061051187. Step into Chaos, 1999, ISBN 0061052760. In Alien Hands, 1997, ISBN 0061052752.
Delta Search, 1997, ISBN 0061052744. Quest for Tomorrow series
Star Trek: Dark Victory, 1999, ISBN 067100882X. Star Trek: Spectre, 1998, ISBN 0671008781. Star Trek: Avenger, 1997, ISBN 0671551329. Star Trek: The Return, 1996, ISBN 0671526103.
Star Trek: The Ashes of Eden, 1995, ISBN 0671520350. Star Trek series, all with Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Recently Mr. The Student Society Building at McGill University is unofficially named after William Shatner, and contains a sign in the lobby bearing his name. William Shatner has a TV star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6901 Hollywood Blvd. Shatner has recently been noted for his role in the Priceline.com commercials.
Shatner appeared in several episodes of The Twilight Zone. In 1965 he starred in the Esperanto-language film Incubus.. Shatner appeared (before Star Trek) together with Leonard Nimoy in the first season of The Man From U.N.C.L.E.. Elizabeth Martin whom he married on February 13, 2001.
Nerine Kidd whom he married on November 15, 1997; she drowned on August 9, 1999 at the couple's home. Marcy Lafferty whom he married in the fall of 1973; they divorced in 1994. Gloria Rand whom he married in 1956; they divorced in 1969.