Luis de Llano Macedo

Luis de Llano Macedo (born June 9, 1945) is a Mexican TV and musical producer.

Luis de Llano Macedo
Born (1945-06-09) June 9, 1945 (age 75)
Occupation(s)TV producer
Years active1969–present

HistoryEdit

Born in Mexico City in 1945, he is the son of television producer Luis de Llano Palmero and actress Rita Macedo.[1][2] His older sister is the actress and singer Julissa. He started as a technician in a TV station in San Antonio, Texas at the early age of 17. In 1969 he became director of promotions for channels 2, 4 and 5 for Televisa. By 1971 he became Creative Director, and by 1973 he was producer and director for this same company.

Since 1992 he's been the VP of musical programming for Televisa and has been in charge of production for a variety of TV shows such as: Premios TVyNovelas, Nuestra Belleza México and Acafest. Throughout this same time he has produced numerous soap operas and other weekly TV shows such as Cachun Cachun Ra Ra and Timbiriche, Papá soltero, sábados del Rock, Música futura, las entregas de los premios "Heraldos", Miss Universo Cancún, México and Mundial de futbol México 86. Cultural programs: VideoCosmos.

Soap operasEdit

Television showsEdit

1982 to 1983 Chulas fronteras with Edna Bolcan y Cepillin

MoviesEdit

1988 Cachún Cachún RaRa with Fernando Arau, Alfredo Alegria, Alma Delfina, Lili Garza, Lupita Sandoval, Rodolfo Rodriguez, Tito de Mara, Roberto Huicochea, Pepe Magaña, Arian Metcalf, Alejandro Chiangueroti, El Jager, etc...

Annual TV showsEdit

1982 to 1987 Premios el Heraldo de México

Musical groupsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Hector Arriola (2015). Transformandose en Arjona: Una novela biografica no autorizada sobre la maxima estrella pop de Centro America.
  2. ^ Andrew Paxman, Claudia Fernández (2013). El tigre: Emilio Azcárraga y su imperio Televisa. Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial México. ISBN 6073117477.