Pedro Sevcec (born approx. 1950) is a television reporter who works for Telemundo in the United States. He was born in Uruguay and spent much of his life in Argentina.
Sevcec in the United States has had much success as a news reporter. He was in Kuwait for the first Gulf War, and, after three weeks of military training in Virginia, he went to Iraq to cover the newest war there. On February 17, 2004, a bomb exploded in an Iraqi school where Sevcec was filming a report about the opening of the school, with no one being injured. He also survived a shooting between guerrillas and the military in El Salvador years before.
In addition to his work as a journalist in troubled areas, he also played second string to Enrique Gratas on their tabloid news show Ocurrio asi, until Gratas left. Sevcec took over as the show's anchorman after that, and later he became a talk show host too, El Show de Sevcec running on Telemundo for a few seasons in the late 1990s.
C-SPAN: State Dinner
Details of his interview with president Bush
This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article Pedro Sevcec