Gugu Liberato

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Gugu Liberato, stage name of Antônio Augusto de Moraes Liberato (born São Paulo, 10 April 1959) is a Brazilian television host and businessman.

Of Portuguese descent, Gugu wrote letters to Silvio Santos suggesting programs, which hired him. Started in television at age fourteen as a production assistant on the program Domingo no Parque, presented by Silvio Santos no SBT.

It is considered one of the largest and most successful Brazilian television hosts of all time. The presenter is the owner of a fortune of about $ 1 billion (500 million U.S. dollars), built over a career started as an office boy, Gugu set up an empire in which there is a video production and TV, 16 stores that bear his name, a water park and a gas station.