Alvarez Guedes

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Guillermo Álvarez Guedes (born in 1928) is a Cuban businessman, writer and comedian. He is better known across Latin America as Alvarez Guedes.

During the early 1960s, he was forced into exile at Miami, Florida. He and his brother helped create Gema Records. Gema Records was the first company to help launch the international careers of "El Gran Combo", a Puerto Rican Salsa music group. A friendship united Guedes with the orchestra's director, Rafael Ithier.

During the 1970s and 1980s, Álvarez Guedes dedicated himself to recording comedy albums and writing comedy books. He routinely expressed his desire for Cuba to return to the way it used to be; such was the occasion when he made one of his famous jokes, involving a TWA flight he supposedly took between Havana and Miami. That route was actually flown by TWA, Pan Am and Cubana before Castro took over.

Guedes has written over 20 books, and his albums, alongside with television presentations and stand up comedy appearances have made him one of the most well liked entertainers, both among the Hispanic public and fellow entertainers alike.

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