Pedro Dupuy has been noted in Marquis' Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World among other publications
for his global efforts in uplifting the arts. Mr. Dupuy was a 50-year entertainment veteran of stage, studio
and screen who produced, directed and performed with world-renowned personalities.
His 30-year collaboration with famed producer George Moro based him at the landmark Moro-Landis/Dupuy
Studios in Studio City, California, which Mr. Dupuy owned and operated until 1990. Moro Landis Productions
created shows for Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Ed Sullivan and George Burns to name just a few.
The Studios provided a creative environment for television production, recording and rehearsing for countless
superstars from Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly, to Michael Jackson and John Travolta.
Mr. Dupuy was the recipient of multiple awards and commendations, including from L.A. Board of Supervisors,
L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley and "International Man of the Year" from IBC, Cambridge, England. He earned a degree
from the University of Science and Philosophy, Waynesboro, Virginia studying with and assisting the eminent
Dr. Walter & Lao Russell. Pedro Dupuy was a resident of Glendale, California for 20 years. He invested the
last years of his life to the success of FHS Legacy Corporation, and elected not to receive any compensation
during his tenure. Pedro Dupuy was a master of art and business, and a true inspiration to all who knew him.