Susana Umbert

Production Manager

Susana is the youngest daughter of Antonio Umbert Fellez, pioneer and founder of the first commercial TV Station in Peru: “América Televisión.” She literally started to crawl through the corridors of the station carrying the television in her DNA.

With more than 30 years of experience in the entertainment industry, Susana began her career in 1989, as Promotions Manager at América Televisión, then performing as Marketing and Public Relations Manager, and finally as Production Manager A thrilling race in the most important areas of a TV Station and with only 24 years of age.

She was a partner and Commercial Manager in G.V Producciones, the producer of Gisela Valcárcel, the most important driver in the country, for 17 years. With a vision of the future, Susana led the purchase of the first format for the Peruvian television: “Dancing for a Dream” (TELEVISA). A program that was the great success of 2008, marking a before and after in the history of the Peruvian television.

In 2012, Susana assumes a new challenge and becomes the first “Woman” to command the Production Management of Latina Television, with great success produced some of the most important international formats such as LA VOZ, PERU HAS TALENT, YOUR FACE ME SOUNDS, THE 4 FINALISTS, I AM, THE VALUE OF THE TRUTH, AND THE LAST PASSENGER; added to the successful creation of a long list of her own formats.

Currently, Susana with her son Juan Carlos Valderrama has founded her own audiovisual content production company: “WIT Entertainment”, with which she made her first movie “LA PAISANA JACINTA, EN BUSCA DE WASABERTO “, which was a blockbuster across the country, at the same time she continues with her work in Latina.

Susana has 3 children with whom she shares her other great passion: Travel and discover the world!

Her love and passion on television led her to have many successes and failures, those experiences have made her become one of the most influential women, with greater knowledge and criteria in the entertainment industry in Peru.