Benitez


Benitez

Benítez or Benitez is a Hispanic surname. The name refers to:

Persons

Country of Origin


=America=

*Antonio Benitez-Rojo ( [?] –2005), Cuban-American professor
*Joe Benitez (1971—), American comic book artist
*John “Jellybean” Benitez (1957—), American musician, DJ, and music producer
*Paco Benitez (1966—), Spanish-American guitarist, educator, and writer
*Wilfred Benitez (1958—), American world champion professional boxer

Argentina

*Jorge José Benítez (1950—), Argentine professional football player and coach
*Leandro Benítez (1981-), Argentine professional football player

South America

*Armando Benítez (1972–), Dominican professional baseball player
*Gustavo Benítez (1953—), Paraguayan professional football player
*Hernando Urriago Benítez (1974—), Colombian poet and essayist
*Cristian Benítez (a.k.a. "Chucho Benitez") (1986—), Ecuadoran professional football player
*Delfín Benítez Cáceres (1910–2004), Paraguayan professional football player

*Alejandrina Benitez de Gautier (1819–1879), Puerto Rican poet

*Eddie Benitez (1962—), Puerto Rican jazz musician
*Elsa Benítez (1977—), Mexican supermodel
*Félix Benítez (1886–1975), Puerto Rican architect of the Normandie Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico

*Jaime Benitez (1908–2001), Puerto Rican author, academic, and politician

*José de La Cruz Benítez (1952—), Paraguayan professional football player
*José Gautier Benítez (1848–1880), Puerto Rican poet of the Romanticism Era

*Lucecita Benítez (Luz Esther Benítez) (1942—), Puerto Rican singer
*Manuel Benítez Pérez (a.k.a. "El Cordobés") (1936—), Spanish matador
*María Bibiana Benítez (1783–1873), Puerto Rican poet and playwright
*Miguel Angel Benítez (1970—), Paraguayan professional football player

*Pedro Benítez (1981—), Paraguayan professional football player
*Rafael Benítez (1960—), Spanish professional football player and manager

*Paz Márquez-Benítez (1894– [?] ), Filipina short-story writer

Places

*Casas de Benítez, municipality in Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, Spain

Other

*Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport serving Santiago, Chile
*"United States v. Dominguez Benitez", 2004 US Supreme Court decision on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure


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