Muñoz


Muñoz

Muñoz is a surname of Spanish origin. It may refer to:

Muñoz is the name of:

  • Adriana Muñoz (born 1982), a Cuban middle distance runner who specialized in the 800 and 1500 metres
  • Agustín Muñoz Grandes (1896–1970), a Spanish general, politician, vice-president of the Spanish Government and minister with Francisco Franco
  • Alexander Muñoz (born 1979), a professional boxer in the super flyweight division
  • All Alone (Carli Muñoz song), the title of a song written by Carli Muñoz
  • Almudena Muñoz (born 1968), a former judo competitor from Spain
  • Alonso Muñoz (ca. 1512–1568) was a high-ranking administrator in Spain
  • Amparo Muñoz (born 1954), a Spanish actress who won the Miss Universe contest
  • Anfión Muñoz (1850–1920), a Chilean political figure
  • Anibal Muñoz Duque (1908–1987), a Roman Catholic Cardinal and Archbishop of Bogota
  • Anthony Muñoz (born 1958), an offensive tackle who played for the National Football League's Cincinnati Bengals
  • Antonio "Kitín" Muñoz Valcárcel (born 1958), a Spanish navigator, scientist and sociological explorer
  • Antonio Jesús Vázquez Muñoz (born 1980), a Spanish footballer who currently plays for Recreativo de Huelva
  • Antonio Muñoz (tennis) (born 1951), a former professional tennis player from Barcelona, Spain
  • Antonio Muñoz Molina (born 1956), a Spanish writer and full member of the Royal Spanish Academy
  • Arci Muñoz (born 1989), a Filipina actress who is known for her antagonist roles
  • Arnie Muñoz (born 1982), a Major League Baseball pitcher who is currently a free agent
  • Arturo Muñoz (born 1984), a Mexican professional footballer, currently playing as a midfielder
  • Astrid Muñoz (born 1974), a Puerto Rican model
  • Augustín Fernández Muñoz, Duke of Riansares (1808–1873), morganatic husband of Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies, queen and regent of Spain
  • Brother Jose Muñoz-Cortes (1950, Chile–1997, Greece)
  • César Muñoz (born 1929), an Ecuadorian chess master
  • Carli Muñoz (born 1948), a self-taught American jazz pianist
  • Carlos Antonio Muñoz Cobo (born 1961), a Spanish football (soccer) player
  • Carlos Antonio Muñoz (1967–1993), an Ecuadorian football (soccer) player
  • Carlos Muñoz Pizarro (1913–1976), a Chilean botanist
  • Cathy Muñoz (born 1964), member of the Alaska House of Representatives
  • Cecilia Muñoz (born 1962), a civil rights advocate
  • Cecilia Muñoz-Palma (1913–2006), a Filipino jurist and the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court of the Philippines
  • Charles Muñoz (born 1926), an American poet, novelist and publisher
  • Cristian Muñoz (born 1981), a Chilean race walker
  • Cipriano Muñoz y Manzano (1862–1933), a Spanish diplomat and academic
  • Clara Lair (1895–1973), a poet whose work dealt with the everyday struggles of the common Puerto Rican
  • Claudio Muñoz (born 1984), a Chilean football (soccer) defender
  • Cristián Muñoz (born 1977), an Argentine goalkeeper
  • Cristian Muñoz (athlete) (born 1981), a Chilean race walker
  • Dandeny Muñoz Mosquera, purported to be the chief assassin for the Medellín Cartel of Colombia
  • Daniel Parejo Muñoz (born 1989), a Spanish professional footballer
  • David Ibarra Muñoz (born 1930), a Mexican economist who served as Secretary of Finance
  • David Muñoz (born 1968), a Spanish director, producer, and screenwriter
  • Diego Muñoz Camargo (1529–1599), the author of History of Tlaxcala
  • Edgar Muñoz (born 1983), a boxer from Venezuela
  • Eduardo Muñoz Bachs (1937–2001), a Cuban poster artist
  • Emilio Muñoz, a bullfighter and actor
  • Eunice Muñoz, OSE, GCIH (born 1928), a Portuguese actress
  • Evaristo Muñoz (1684–1737), a Spanish painter of the Baroque period
  • Evita Muñoz "Chachita" (born 1936), a Mexican actress
  • Faustino Sainz Muñoz (born 1937), a Spanish prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Federico Muñoz (born 1963), a Colombian road cyclist
  • Felipe Muñoz (born 1951), a Mexican breaststroke swimmer
  • Fernando Muñoz (born 1967), a Spanish football (soccer) player
  • Francisco Jose Yndurain Muñoz (1940–2008), a Spanish theoretical physicist
  • George Muñoz (born 1951), currently President of Muñoz Investment Banking Group, LLC
  • Guillermo Muñoz (born 1961), a Mexican football (soccer) player
  • Gustavo Enrique Madero Muñoz (born 1955), a Mexican politician and businessman
  • Gutierre-Muñoz, a municipality located in the province of Ávila, Castile and León, Spain
  • Héctor Martínez Muñoz, member of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico
  • Heraldo Muñoz (born 1948), a Chilean politician and diplomat and current Chilean Ambassador to the United Nations
  • Hernán Darío Muñoz (born 1973), a Colombian road racing cyclist
  • Hilaire Muñoz (born 1983), a French football goalkeeper
  • Hoyos de Miguel Muñoz, a municipality located in the province of Ávila, Castile and León, Spain
  • Hugo Muñoz (born 1973), a retired Peruvian high jumper
  • Iñaki Muñoz (born 1978), a Spanish footballer
  • Isabel Muñoz (born 1951) is a Spanish photographer who lives in Madrid
  • Iván Pérez Muñoz (born 1976), a retired Spanish footballer who played as striker
  • Javier Muñoz Mustafá (born 1980), an Argentine-Spaniard footballer playing for C.F. Pachuca
  • Javiera Muñoz (born 1977), a Swedish singer with Chilean-Uruguayan roots
  • Joaquín Rubio y Muñoz (1788–1874), a Spanish lawyer who was a noted antiquarian and numismatist in the city of Cádiz, Spain
  • Jorge Antonio Muñoz (born 1981), a Chilean football (soccer) midfielder
  • José Antonio Muñoz (born 1942), an Argentine artist
  • José Esteban Muñoz (born 1967), an American academic in the fields of Performance Studies, visual culture, queer theory, cultural studies, and critical theory
  • José Ramos Muñoz, a Spanish neo-marxist archaeologist and professor of prehistory at the University of Cádiz
  • José Santiago Muñoz (1780–1836), a Chilean soldier and politician
  • Juan Carlos Muñoz (born 1919), a footballer from Argentina
  • Juan Jacinto Muñoz Rengel (born 1974), a Spanish writer and founder of the literary review Estigma
  • Juan José Muñoz, an Argentine businessman
  • Juan Manuel Muñoz (born 1985), a Spanish football player
  • Juan Muñoz (1953–2001), a famous Spanish sculptor
  • León Darío Muñoz (born 1977), a Colombian soccer player
  • Lola Muñoz (born 1980), a Spanish singer from the Spanish girl group Las Ketchup
  • Lucía Muñoz (born 1983), a Spanish singer from the girl group Las Ketchup
  • Lucio Muñoz (1929–1998), a Spanish artist
  • Luis Antonio Muñoz (born 1971), a Spanish Musician
  • Luis Muñoz Marín (1898–1980), a Puerto Rican poet, journalist, and politician
  • Luis Muñoz Rivera (1859–1916), a Puerto Rican poet, journalist and politician
  • Luis Muñoz Rivera (senator) (1916–2006)
  • Luis Muñoz (born 1982), a right-handed starting pitcher in the Seattle Mariners organization
  • Manolo Muñoz (1941–2000), a Mexican singer and actor
  • Manuel Muñoz (Governor of Spanish Texas)
  • Maria Elizabeth Muñoz, a Chicana activist
  • Mariana de Pineda Muñoz (1804–1831), a Spanish national heroine
  • Mark Muñoz, a.k.a. The Filipino Wrecking Machine, an American mixed martial artist of Filipino descent fighting in the middleweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)
  • Miguel Ángel Muñoz (born 1983), a Spanish actor and singer
  • Miguel Muñoz (born 1922), a Spanish footballer and manager
  • Moisés Muñoz (born 1980), goalkeeper
  • Morella Muñoz (1935–1995), a popular Venezuelan singer
  • Nicolás Muñoz (born 1981), a Panamanian footballer
  • Noe Muñoz (born 1967), a former Major League Baseball catcher
  • Oscar Muñoz (baseball) (born 1969), a former major league baseball pitcher
  • Pablo Muñoz Vega S.J. (1903–1994), an Ecuadorian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and Archbishop of Quito
  • Pam Muñoz Ryan (born 1951), an American Latina author
  • Patricia Muñoz (born 1968), a Mexican actress, model and singer
  • Pedro López Muñoz (born 1983), a Spanish football player
  • Pedro Muñoz (baseball) (born 1968), a former outfielder in Major League Baseball
  • Pedro Muñoz Machín Rodríguez (Mieres, 6 November 1958) is a former Spanish professional road bicycle racer
  • Pedro Muñoz Saglimbeni, the first solo viola at Orquestra Sinfónica Portuguesa
  • Pedro Muñoz Seca (1881–1936), a Spanish dramatist
  • Pilar Muñoz (born 1978), a Spanish singer from the Spanish girl group, Las Ketchup
  • Porfirio Muñoz Ledo (born 1933), a Mexican politician
  • Rafael Calderón Muñoz (1869–1943), a Costa Rican politician
  • Rafael Muñoz (journalist) (1899–1972), a Mexican journalist, novelist and writer of short stories
  • Ramón Muñoz Gutiérrez (born 1960), a Mexican right-wing politician
  • Ramiro Muñoz (September 2, 1977), Bogotá), a Colombian musician
  • Raúl Muñoz (born 1974), a Chilean football (soccer) player
  • René Muñoz (1938–2000), a Cuban actor and scriptwriter of telenovelas and the cinema of Mexico
  • Ricardo Muñoz, alderman of the 22nd ward in Chicago
  • Ricardo Muñoz Suay (1917–1997), a Spanish film director, producer and screenwriter
  • Rie Muñoz (born 1921), mother-in-law of Cathy, American artist based in Juneau, Alaska
  • Roberto Muñoz (Puerto Rican baseball player) (born 1968), a former professional baseball player
  • Rodrigo Muñoz (born 1982), a Uruguayan footballer
  • Silvia Muñoz (born 1979), a field hockey midfield and forward player from Spain
  • Susana Blaustein Muñoz, an Argentine film director
  • Tito Muñoz (born 1983), an American conductor, currently Assistant Conductor of The Cleveland Orchestra
  • Toni Muñoz (born 1982), a Spanish football striker
  • Víctor Muñoz (born 1957), a former Spanish football midfield player
  • Victoria Muñoz Mendoza (born 1940), a former politician from Puerto Rico
  • William Muñoz (born 1988), Mexican professional wrestler better known as Rush

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  • Munoz — Muñoz ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Agustín Muñoz Grandes (1896–1970), spanischer General Agustín Fernando Muñoz y Sánchez (1808 1878), morganatischer Ehemann der spanischen Königin Maria Christina Aníbal Muñoz Duque (1908–1987),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Munoz — Muñoz Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Muñoz est un nom d origine hispanique. Il s agit du dix septième patronyme le plus répandu en Espagne[1] Patronyme Muñoz est un nom de famille… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Muñoz — bezeichnet: Muñoz (Familienname), einen spanischen Familiennamen Pedro Muñoz, eine Gemeinde in der spanischen Provinz Ciudad Real Science City of Muñoz, eine Stadt auf den Philippinen (1608) Muñoz, einen Asteroiden …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Muñoz — Muñoz, Agustín Fernando Muñoz, Juan Bautista Muñoz, Sebastián …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Munoz — Munoz, Muñoz Patronyme castillan. Dérivé du nom de personne Munio avec suffixe de filiation. L origine de Munio est controversée. On pensait autrefois au latin Munis (= serviable), mais certains y voient plutôt un nom basque (munho = colline),… …   Noms de famille

  • Muñoz — Munoz, Muñoz Patronyme castillan. Dérivé du nom de personne Munio avec suffixe de filiation. L origine de Munio est controversée. On pensait autrefois au latin Munis (= serviable), mais certains y voient plutôt un nom basque (munho = colline),… …   Noms de famille

  • Muñoz — Muñoz, 1) Juan Baptista, geb. 1745 in Muleros bei Valencia, wurde Professor der Philosophie daselbst u. stürzte die bis dahin in Spanien herrschende Aristotelische Philosophie, später wurde er Kosmograph von Indien u. st. 1799. Er schr.: Historia …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Muñoz — (spr. munjōs), Fernando M., Herzog von Rianzares, Gemahl der Königin Maria Christine, geb. 4. Mai 1808 in Tarancon (Provinz Cuenca), gest. 12. Sept. 1873, Sohn eines Alkalden, erregte als Leibgardist die Aufmerksamkeit der Königin, die ihn 28.… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Muñoz — (spr. munjohds), Don Fernando, s. Maria Christina, Königin von Spanien …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Munoz — (Munjos), Thomas, span. Marineoffizier und ausgezeichneter Ingenieur, welcher bei Cadix die ungeheuren Schutzdämme ausführte, sowie auch die Zeughäuser u. Werften auf la Caracca erbaute, lebte während der Bürgerkriege verbannt und st. 1823 in… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon


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