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Tomás Muñiz
BornAugust 4, 1900
DiedSeptember 9, 1963
Occupationradio and television producer

Tomás Domingo Muñiz Souffront (August 4, 1900 – September 9, 1963) was a well known Puerto Rican radio and television producer. He is sometimes respectfully called by the general public in Puerto Rico as Don Tomás Muñiz, to differentiate him from his namesake and son, Tommy Muñiz

As a young man, Tomás Muñiz worked as a real estate agent, and later as an advertising copy writer -and later executive- of the West Indies Advertising Company (WIAC). He later produced radio shows and administered the agency's radio station, WIAC-AM in San Juan. He was one of the first persons to give José Miguel Agrelot work.[1] He also worked with a large number of other entertainers.

Lucas Tomás Muñiz, Tommy, later on became owner of Teleluz, a major competitor of WAPA-TV and Canal 2.

Tomás Muñiz was the patriarch of a show business family: one of his seven children, Tommy, is a media legend in Puerto Rico, his grandson Rafo Muñiz, is also a television producer and music promoter.[2] Yet another grandson, Pedro Muñiz, starred as the father in the 1989 highly acclaimed sitcom Maripili which he also produced (521 episodes) television show he is also a film producer. Muñiz produced the only Puerto Rican film ever to be nominated for an Oscar, a 1989 film titled Lo que le Pasó a Santiago (movie name in English is What happened to Santiago).[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Luis Vigoreaux". Fundación Nacional para la Cultura. Retrieved 14 May 2021.
  2. ^ "Los García". www.proyectosalonhogar.com.
  3. ^ Agencia EFE (March 31, 2014). "Película "Lo que le pasó a Santiago" cumple 25 años". Primera Hora.
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