Eric was born in 1963, in Lima, Perú. He was work in UNTV. War, Vatican, Intelligence, Organized Crime, True Crime, Corruption are the main subjects of his work. And the reason he travelled to 117 countries. In 1994, he wrote his first book. He has written 28 non-fiction books and 4 fiction books, published in 42 countries and translated into 16 languages. Since then, he has not ceased filming documentaries for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Eurosport. He worked as a producer for NBC News in his offices in Beirut (Lebanon) and Nicosia (Cyprus). In 1989, he was appointed Canal Plus correspondent in the Middle East with headquarters in Jerusalem. From 1993 to 1997 he was producer and subsequently head of the second unit of UNTV, where he covered the war in Somalia, Burundi, Rwanda, Congo, Chechnya, Yugoslavia or Bosnia. He regularly participates in television opinion shows on Cuatro TV, La Sexta, TVE, Telemadrid or Deutsche Welle. He is currently producing documentaries of a social nature about women cancer survivors, children who have suffered bullying, through their expedition and television company, Trex Exploring. Currently resides in Madrid, Spain.
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