Journalist and television driver Juan Carlos Pérez Loizeau died at the age of 91. The news was confirmed by journalist Silvia Fernández Barrios, who had had him as a partner in several programs.» You just left, dear partner, I cry to you alone at home. There aren’t many co-workers who can say we just had wonderful times together. Chau, my dearest Juan Carlos Perez Loizeau,» the journalist wrote on his Twitter account.
You just left, dear partner, I cry to you alone at home. There aren’t many co-workers who can say q we just had wonderful times together. Chau mi dearest Juan Carlos Perez Loizeau pic.twitter.com/2qrPfWCRmv — silvia f.barrio (@silviafbarrio)
November 28, 2020
Pérez Loizeau was born in Buenos Aires on November 5, 1929. He excelled especially on television, as he was in news programs of all major air channels: thirteen, nine, seven, eleven, two and was manager of Telefe Noticias. The last time he was in charge of a newscast was in 2003 in Telenueve.He covered sports news in the 60s and 70s, he dabbed on several radios, as well as in the editorials of La Prensa (PK), Convicción, Extra, Confirmado, Automundo and Mujer. He won more than 50 awards of which stand out: six Martín Fierro, dos Malvinas Argentinas, dos Gallo de Oro and one EUDEBA. In 2006 he won the Santa Clara de Asses Prize on merit for the Career.