List of Famous people named Eugenio
Eugenio Alexandrino González Derbez is a Mexican actor, comedian and filmmaker.
Eugenio María de Hostos, known as "El Gran Ciudadano de las Américas", was a Puerto Rican educator, philosopher, intellectual, lawyer, sociologist, novelist, and Puerto Rican independence advocate.
Eugenio Siller Margain is a Mexican actor, singer, and model who is best known for starring in popular novelas Rebelde, Código Postal, Al Diablo con los Guapos, Mi pecado, Aurora, Una Maid en Manhattan, ¿Quién es quién?" and Reina de Corazones.
Eugenio Garza Sada was an industrialist in the city of Monterrey, Mexico best known for founding the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) school system in the country. Garza was born into a business family, with his father founding the Cuauhtémoc Brewery in Monterrey in 1890. After Garza graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), he began to work at the brewery, working his way up in the company to eventually take over as director after his father died. Garza and his brother Roberto grew the company into a conglomerate and instituted various innovations including benefits and social services for employees. Garza’s inspiration for founding ITESM came from his experience at MIT, as well as the desire to decrease Mexico’s dependence on foreign expert help. He remained the head of ITESM’s board until his death in 1973, as a result of a failed kidnapping attempt.
Eugenio Pizzuto Puga is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for French Ligue 1 club Lille OSC.
Eugenio Gabriel "Gabby" La'O López III is a Filipino-American businessman who was the CEO (1993–2013), chairman (1997–2018) and chairman emeritus (2018–2020) of ABS-CBN Corporation, the largest entertainment and media conglomerate in the Philippines.
Eugenio Esteban Mena Reveco is a Chilean professional footballer who plays as a left back for Argentinian club Racing Club and the Chile national team.
Eugenio Polgovsky was a Mexican filmmaker and visual artist. He worked as director, cinematographer, editor, sound designer and producer of his films. Polgovsky was known for the Mexican documentaries "Tropic of Cancer" and Los Herederos "The Inheritors".
Eugenio Bersellini was an Italian football player and manager.
Eugenio Berríos Sagredo was a Chilean biochemist who worked for the DINA intelligence agency. Berríos was charged with carrying out Proyecto Andrea in which Pinochet ordered the production of sarin gas, a chemical weapon used by the DINA. Sarin gas leaves no trace and victims' deaths closely mimic heart attacks. Other biochemical weapons produced by Berríos included anthrax and botulism. Berríos also allegedly produced cocaine for Pinochet, who then sold it to Europe and the United States. In the late 1970s, at the height of the Beagle Crisis between Chile and Argentina, Berríos is reported to have worked on a plan to poison the water supply of Buenos Aires. Wanted by the Chilean authorities for involvement in the Letelier case, he escaped to Uruguay in 1991, at the beginning of the Chilean transition to democracy, and what has been identified as his corpse was found in 1995 near Montevideo.