Mario Kreutzberger, known as "Don Francisco" was born in the city of Talca, Chile. He is the creator and presenter of "Sábado Gigante", the longest-running variety show in the history of television, according to Guinness World Records.
Since 1978 he leads the "TELETON" in Chile, a solidarity crusade that has transformed into a model of rehabilitation in the world, and has built 14 institutes throughout the country, serving over 100,000 children with disabilities.
Due to its outstanding charitable work, the United Nations Children´s Fund granted him the title of UNICEF Ambassador, and the Pan American Health Organization awarded him the title of "Champion of Health" for his important contribution in the international campaigns of this institution. Additionally, he was vice president of the “Muscular Dystrophy Association” in the United States, an organization that inspired him to develop the Chilean Telethon.
During his career, Kreutzberger has received important tributes and awards, such as the Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the "Benemerenti Medal" awarded by Pope John Paul II, an Emmy Award, and his name is inscribed in the Hall of Fame of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in the United States.
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