The meeting of the Television Critics ASSOCIATION, PBS announced that Benjamin Bratt to narrate ctor LATINO AMERICANS, a landmark six-hour documentary in three parts which will be broadcast nationally on PBS in the fall of 2013. It is the first major television documentary series recounting the experiences and the rich and varied history of Latinos, who have contributed to the transformation of the United States for over 500 years and have become, with over 50 million people , the largest minority in the U.S.
Bratt, of Peruvian mother and a German father and English, and recognized with numerous awards for his work on the television series “Law & Order” and in films like Traffic and Pinero, narrate LATINO AMERICANS. The project, led by the producer of the series and winning an Emmy, Adriana Bosch, has a team of more than a dozen award-winning filmmakers to document the evolution of a new identity “Latino” in the U.S. from 1500 to our days, with interviews with about 100 Latinos in the world of politics, business and popular culture, along with personal portraits of Latinos who lived some of the key moments in the history of this country.
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