Don Francisco Bio | Wiki
Don Francisco (Real Name: Mario Luis Kreutzberger Blumenfeld) is a popular Chilean television host and a popular personality on the Univision network reaching a Spanish-speaking audience in the United States. As of now, he works as the host of Don Francisco Te Invita, a Sunday night talk show considered to be a spiritual successor to both Don Francisco Presenta and Sábado Gigante, which began on October 9, 2016. He signed into Telemundo in 2016.
He began a TV show in 1962, and he has named it Sábados Gigantes on Canal 13. Over it, Don adapted several of the formulas he had seen in American television to the Chilean public. That show became an instant hit that had lasted more than 53 years. The show started to be produced by SIN in Miami, Florida in 1986,, with the same formula used in Chile, with the slightly different name of Sábado Gigante to KMEX-DT channel 34 Los Angeles.
Don Francisco Age
Don was born on December 28, 1940, in Talca, Chile. He is 82 years old. Don celebrates his birthday on December 28, every year.
Don Francisco Height
He is a man of above averages stature. Don stands at a height of 5 ft 11 in ( Approx1.78 m).
Don Francisco Family
He was born in Talca to his parents to German Jewish parents who fled Europe following World War II. Don is the proud son of Erick Kreutzberger and Anna Blumentfeld Neufeld. Don’s father, Erick Kreutzberger, was a Holocaust survivor. During his 20’s, Don traveled to New York to become a tailor at the wish of his father, who wanted his son to serve at the men’s clothing store he owned in Santiago. Don’s mother, a classical singer, gave him singing lessons, and when Don was a teenager he found some success onstage as an actor. He has one sibling named Rene Kreutzberger Blumenfeld who works as a Chile Buyer.
Don Francisco Wife
Don is married to his wife Teresa Muchnik Rosenblum. The pair married in 1962. He and his wife Teresa three children namely Francisco Vivi Kreutzberger, Fracisco Kreutzberger, and Patricio Kreutzberger.
Don Francisco Telemundo
He has also hosted Chilean versions of ¿Quién merece ser millonario? (which is based on the original British format of the international Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? franchise), Deal or No Deal, and Atrapa Los Millones (which is based on the American format of the international Money Drop franchise). Don hosted the first three seasons of Atrapa Los Millones prior to retiring from the program in 2014; Diana Bolocco was the host for the program’s fourth season in 2015, and would finally remain with the show until its cancellation.
Don voiced Governor Bernardo de Galvez in a 2003 episode, “The Great Galvez”, of a PBS Kids show Liberty’s Kids. Sabado Gigante celebrated 50 years on the air in 2012. Don reported on April 18, 2015, that his show would come to an end in September following 53 years on air; Sábado Gigante aired its last episode titled “Hasta Siempre” on September 19, 2015.
He reported on March 1, 2016, his return to the television and signed a multi-year deal with Telemundo. Don’s first show on the network was titled Don Te Invita a show that began on October 9, 2016. The Telemundo show was dismissed in late 2018 following the airing of 100 episodes.
Don Francisco Salary
He earns a satisfying amount from his work as the host of Don Francisco Te Invita, a Sunday night talk show that began on October 9, 2016. Don’s average salary is $77,401 per year.
Don Francisco Net Worth
He gets his wealth from his work as the host of Don Francisco Te Invita, a Sunday night talk show that began on October 9, 2016. Therefore, Don has accumulated a decent fortune over the years. Don’s estimated net worth is $874,586.
Is Don Francisco Married
Yes. Don married his wife Teresa Muchnik Rosenblum. The pair married in 1962. He and his wife Teresa have three children namely Francisco Vivi Kreutzberger, Fracisco Kreutzberger, and Patricio Kreutzberger.
Who Is Don Francisco
He works as the host of Don Francisco Te Invita, a Sunday night talk show that began on October 9, 2016. Don signed into Telemundo in 2016. He became well known due to his hosting the previous variety shows Sábado Gigante. He began a TV show in 1962, and he named it Sábados Gigantes on Canal 13. Over it, Don adapted several of the formulas he had seen in American television to the Chilean public.