Joshua Mintz

Age, Biography and Wiki

Joshua Mintz was born on 22 August, 1965 in Mexico City, Mexico. Discover Joshua Mintz’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

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Age55 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born22 August 1965
Birthday22 August
BirthplaceMexico City, Mexico

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Who Is Joshua Mintz’s Wife?

His wife is Sarah Mintz (m. 2005)

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Joshua Mintz Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Joshua Mintz worth at the age of 55 years old? Joshua Mintz’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Mexico. We have estimated Joshua Mintz’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2019Under Review
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Timeline of Joshua Mintz


In 2019 Mintz founded Gilah Studios, his own production company, to specialize in producing high-quality series for on-demand platforms.


From 2016 through 2018, Mintz served as President of Production (fiction) of the Mexican network TV Azteca. During his tenure, Mintz lead the strategy and execution behind the network’s primetime programming restructure since its new CEO, Benjamin Salinas, took office in 2015. Under Mintz leadership, TV Azteca produced and aired the first season of “Rosario Tijeras”, the series that became a game changer for Mexico’s primetime content and that allowed the network to beat life-long competitor Televisa for the first time in 23 years for the number one place in ratings in its time slot.


In 2015, the People en Español magazine includes Mintz in its list of the “50 Most Influential Latinos”, a coveted recognition that he shared with world personalities including Ricky Martin, Carolina Herrera, Jennifer Lopez, Lionel Messi and Pope Francis.


In 2014, Mintz received three International Emmy® Award nominations for his telenovelas “Passion Prohibida”, “La Patrona” and “El Señor de los Cielos”. All three productions were nominated in the same category for best Non-English Language US Primetime Program. “El Señor de los Cielos” won Mintz the first-ever Emmy® award given in this category.


Mintz is married to retired telenovela actress Sarah Mintz. They announced in December 2013 that they were expecting twins. Mintz also has two children, Daniela and Alexander, from his first marriage to fellow television executive Veronica Pimstein.


In 2011 Mintz was appointed executive vice president for Telemundo Entertainment. He was responsible for the overall strategy and development of entertainment programming for Telemundo Network. He worked towards the optimization of the process development-to-air, and designed and implemented long-term strategic plans for the programming grid that included original content and the programming acquisition strategy.

He signed longtime Univision talk show host Cristina Saralegui for a new talk show on Telemundo, Pa’lante con Cristina. Under Mintz, Telemundo produced La Reina del Sur, a telenovela that premiered to more viewers than any other show in Telemundo history. The show’s May 2011 season finale recorded the highest ratings in network history. According to NPR, Mintz said the show deserved an Emmy Award for attracting millions of viewers.

In 2011, the prestigious Billboard magazine included Mintz in its #LatinPowerPlayers list.


Under Mintz’ supervision of content development, Telemundo delivered a record-breaking performance for five consecutive years since the 2010–2011 season, becoming the fastest growing Spanish-Language Broadcast Network in the Unites States, surpassing its main competitor by 2015 and even positioning itself as the number one Hispanic network in the country. Mintz accomplished this thanks to the over thirty novelas produced during his tenure at Telemundo, fifteen of which made it to the top of the rating charts for primetime. Amongst which are included “El Señor de los Cielos”, the show that has catapulted Telemundo to becoming the US Hispanic network with the most viewers at 10pm during the broadcasting of its first five seasons; “Señora Acero”, a ratings phenomenon that became number one in ratings in its time slot, and “La Patrona”, the very first number one show in ratings in the history of the network in its time slot.


In 2007, Mintz served as vice president of strategic development at Telemundo Television Studios, a division of NBCUniversal, where he attracted top international stars to the network such as Rafael Amaya, Kate del Castillo, Aracely Arambula, Victoria Ruffo, Edith Gonzalez, Marlene Favela, among many others.


In 2006, Mintz joined Azteca America as director of Programming and shortly thereafter was promoted to director of Programming, Production and Operations.


In 2000, Mintz joined Univision as director of drama production and led the design of their first novela studio in Miami. While at Univision, he worked directly with Univision’s former chairman and CEO, Jerry Perenchio, and was executive producer of the Selena Vive! live special from Houston, TX, which became the highest-rated show in U.S. Hispanic television history at that time.


Mintz began his career at Televisa in various technical and production positions. He was appointed general director of Broadcasting Stations in 1990, where he was responsible for operating four national networks, two international networks and Televisa’s cable system in Mexico City. He was later appointed general director of logistics of Televisa San Angel. During his tenure with Televisa, Mintz was also a member of the Executive Programming and Production Committees. Mintz was the executive producer of more than 20 entertainment/musical productions including the first three Mexican “Telethons”, as well as other highly acclaimed shows such as “La Fabrica de Sueños”, “Premios TV y Novelas”, “Juan Gabriel at the Azteca”, and “Fantastico Amor”.


Joshua David Mintz (born August 22, 1965 in Mexico City) is an International Emmy® award-winning producer and TV executive.