El Gran Wyoming

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El Gran Wyoming
Monzón Wyoming.jpg
Birth name José Miguel Monzón Navarro
Born (1955-05-15) 15 May 1955 (age 61)
Madrid, Spain
Medium Television
Nationality Spanish
Genres Political satire
Notable works and roles Host of El Intermedio & Caiga quien caiga
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Monzón and the second or maternal family name is Navarro.

José Miguel Monzón Navarro (15 May 1955, Madrid), better known as El Gran Wyoming (The Great Wyoming) or Guayo, is a Spanish television presenter, actor, musician, director and humorist.

He graduated in Medicine and was a doctor in the town of Buitrago del Lozoya for a short period of time.[1]

He has hosted several programs such as Silencio se juega (1984), La noche se mueve (1992) and El peor programa de la semana (1993). Televisión Española refused to broadcast the last episode of the latter because of an interview with the writer Quim Monzó, in which a joke was made about the employment situation of the King's daughter (Elena de Borbón). The official reason given was low ratings of the program.[2]

In 1995 he returned to TV on the private channel Telecinco. He presented Caiga quien caiga from 1996 to 2002. He was firstly critical of the last Felipe Gonzalez's socialist government and later against the conservative government of José María Aznar (PP).

In 2004 he obtained another program in Televisión Española: La Azotea de Wyoming. It was not successful.

Since 2006 he presents El Intermedio on laSexta,[3] and has been the scourge of PP by systematically reporting all problems of corruption within the ruling party.[4]



  1. ^ www.vertele.com., El Gran Wyoming (José Miguel Monzón)
  2. ^ "El País". El País. Retrieved 2009-08-02. 
  3. ^ "La Sexta Official Page". La Sexta Official Page. Retrieved 2009-08-02. 
  4. ^ Lara recibe presiones del PP para que "amordace" a Wyoming. El plural.com