Senin, 22 Agustus 2011

William Levy and Maite Perroni lead the Hispanic Heritage Awards


William Levy and Maite Perroni lead the Hispanic Heritage Awards - Eugenio Derbez, William Levy and Maite Perroni addressed the Hispanic Heritage Awards on 15 September at the Center for the Arts John F. Kennedy Washington, DC. organizers said Monday.


Derbez will act as co-host the main event that frames the Hispanic Heritage Month in America. While Levy and Perroni will host. Read Maite Perroni, Christopher Poncho Herrera RBD Uckerman to Playback in

Hispanic Heritage Awards were created in 1987 by President Ronald Reagan and the White House as the official celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15.

In the last 25 years, the awards highlighted the achievements of Hispanics in the field of Arts, Education, Leadership, Vision, Business, Sports and The Legend.

Derbez is a multifaceted and versatile artist, whose work has been extended to movie actor, comedy, director, producer, presenter and writer, noted the organizers.

His career includes film, and the voice in Hollywood made ​​movies like "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" and animated films, including the trilogy "Shrek," "Mulan" and "102 Dalmatians."

"With his warm personality, creativity and professionalism, Mr. Derbez not only renew the ceremony for the awards, but also help us to cultivate the essence and spirit of the awards," said Maria-Esmeralda Paguaga, executive producer prizes.


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