José Mayer Drumond is a Brazilian actor. Mayer was born in Jaguaraçu, Minas Gerais, Mayer debuted on television in 1979 in an episode of Carga Pesada. In 1983, for his performances in Bandidos da Falange and Guerra dos Sexos, he won the APCA Award for Best Newcomer Actor, he became notorious by his main role in the television adaptation of O Pagador de Promessas. Most known for his roles as a leading man in telenovelas, he acted in several films, including Perfume de Gardênia, for which he won the Best Actor Award at the 25th Festival de Brasília. In April 2017, Mayer was suspended of working with TV Globo after the wardrobe artist Susllen Tomani accused the actor of having sexually harassed her. Tomani related the incident to the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. Mayer denied the accusation. Guerra dos Sexos - Ulisses da Silva The Lady from the Shanghai Cinema Tieta Meu Bem, Meu Mal Perfume de Gardênia História de Amor - Carlos Alberto Moretti A Indomada - Teobaldo Faruk Meu Bem Querer - Martinho Amoedo Laços de Família - Pedro Presença de Anita - Fernando Esperança - Martino Mulheres Apaixonadas - César Andrade De Melo Senhora do Destino - Dirceu Páginas da Vida - Greg Lobo A Favorita - Augusto César Viver a Vida - Marcos Ribeiro Fina Estampa - José'Pereirinha' Pereira Saramandaia - Zico Rosado Império - Claudio Bogari A Lei do Amor - Tião José Mayer on IMDb
Joia Rara is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo ran from 16 September 2013 to 4 April 2014. In November 2014, Joia Rara was prized as Best telenovela in the 42nd International Emmy Awards. In 1934, two supposed brothers survived an avalanche in the Himalayas: the millionaire Franz Hauser, saved by Buddhist monks, Manfred, rescued by a team of climbers. Manfred returns to Brazil with a terrible secret: he sabotaged Franz’s equipment in order to take his place in the family business. After an exhaustive search, Ernest Hauser gives his son up for dead and appoints his bastard son as the director of the Hauser Group. In the monastery, Franz becomes close friends with the spiritual leader Ananda and before his return home, the monk promises him that they will meet again in the future; the Franz family is thrilled with his return but Manfred, with his plans thwarted, begins scheming again to eliminate Franz once and for all. Through a twist of fate, Franz meets the worker Amélia.
The two fall in love and, despite family opposition and Manfred's schemes, they stay together and have a daughter, Perola. Framed in a plot, Amélia is sentenced to jail and so, the child ends up in the custody of her paternal family. With the death of the monk Ananda, his disciples set out to look for the person who they believe is to be his reincarnation. All signs point to Perola, upon receiving the news, she is eager to begin her studies at the monastery, it is she. For the Himalayan scenes, the Precious Pearl crew spent 20 days in Nepal shooting in the cities of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur, they shot in Bungamati, a 16th-century village, as well as at the Golden Temple, at the Shechen Monastery. The production crew used around 60 local extras. Many objects were acquired in Nepal incense stick holders, bed linens, prayer objects and wooden bowls used by monks, were used for the telenovela set design, at Globo's studios in Rio de Janeiro; the 1930s and 1940s were recreated at Globo's production center to allow audiences to dive into the atmosphere of Precious Pearl.
Two scenic cities were created, adding up to a total of 8,000 square meters, in addition to 60 studio scenarios. In the Lapa set, a cable car strolls through a 70-meter long rail, built for the telenovela. In Brazil, the telenovela had average ratings of 21 points and 46% share, reaching over 26 million viewers per day; the telenovela's official hashtag, #joiarara, was mentioned 80,000 times, which corresponds to 58% of the total volume of simultaneous online comments. Aired in Portugal, in the Globo basic channel, the plot is daily ranked among the 5 most watched paid TV shows in the country. Official website
Pelotas is a Brazilian city and municipality, the third most populous in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul. Pelotas is located 270 km from Porto Alegre, the capital city of the state, 130 km from the Uruguayan border; the Lagoa dos Patos lies to the east and the São Gonçalo Channel lies to the south, separating Pelotas from the city of Rio Grande. In the 19th century, Pelotas was Brazil's leading center for the production of dried meat, a staple food made by slaves and destined to feed the slaves of sugarcane and cocoa plantations across the country. Pelotas hosts two major universities, the Federal University of Pelotas, the Catholic University of Pelotas. Together, they account for a population of 22 thousand higher education students; the city has three football clubs: Esporte Clube Pelotas, Grêmio Esportivo Brasil and Grêmio Atlético Farroupilha. The history of the city begins in June 1758, through a donation that Gomes Freire de Andrade, Count of Bobadela, made to Colonel Thomáz Luiz Osório, giving him land that lay on the banks of the Lagoa dos Patos.
In 1763, fleeing the Spanish invasion, many inhabitants of the village Rio Grande sought refuge in the land belonging to Osório. There came refugees from Colônia do Sacramento, handed over by the Portuguese to the Spanish in 1777. In 1780, the Portuguese rancher José Pinto Martins established himself in Pelotas; the prosperity of his establishment stimulated the creation of other ranches and growth in the region, creating a population that would define the early city. The Civil Parish of São Francisco de Paula, founded on 7 June 1812, by Father Pedro Pereira de Mesquita, was elevated to the category of town on 7 April 1832. Three years in 1835, the town was declared a city, bearing the name Pelotas. In Brazil,'pelota' can refer to a leather raft, the name of the city comes from the boats made of cockspur coral tree covered with animal skins, used to cross rivers in ranching times. In the first years of the 20th century, progress was stimulated by the Banco Pelotense, founded in 1906 by local investors.
Its liquidation, in 1931, was devastating to the local economy. In 1990, the Urban Conurbation of Pelotas was created as a result of a state law. In 2001, it became the Urban Conurbation of Pelotas and Rio Grande, in 2002 the Urban Conurbation of the South; the goal is to integrate the participating towns and is the embryo of a future metropolitan region including the towns os Arroio do Padre, Capão do Leão, Rio Grande and São José do Norte, which have a total population of around 600,000 inhabitants. As it is situated on a plain near the ocean, the urban area lies on a low elevation, being, on average, 7 meters above sea level; the interior of the municipality is on a plateau called Serras de Sudeste. The altitude in Pelotas' rural area reaches 429 meters in the Quilombo district; the city stretches to a bairro on the coast of the Lagoa dos Patos. Beyond the coastal regions Santo Antônio and Valverde, the area has an more remote area, the Balneário dos Prazeres, Colônia Z-3, a fishing village that explores the art of shrimping.
The climate is humid subtropical, a type found in Southeastern Australia.(, without major temperature deviations as found in Brunswick, due to the continentality and polar vortex position in the second. Summers are warm to hot with regular rainfall. Winters are cool with episodic frosts and fog, with no noticeable difference in the amount of monthly rainfall; the hottest month is January, with an average temperature of 23 °C, the coldest month is July, with an average temperature of 12 °C. The wettest month is February, with 145 mm of precipitation; the average annual temperature in the city is 17.5 °C and the average annual precipitation is 1,379 mm, with rain falling all year long. The relative humidity is high. An interesting meteorological occurrence was the first snowfall, which occurred on 8 July 1994 in Pelotas from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm. Before this date, there had never been any record of snow in the city; the phenomenon was weaker in the urban parts of the city, did not cover the ground.
However, the snowfall was more intense further inland, in districts such as Cascata and Quilombo, was able to cover the vegetation in a white blanket. Snow grains were recorded in Pelotas on 4 September 2006, on 5 September 2008, on 3 August 2010, graupel was registered on 12 July 2012, on 25 September 2012. On 19 July 1934 and 27 July 1935, the city recorded a temperature of -5 °C, the lowest recorded in Pelotas; the highest recorded temperature in Pelotas was 42 °C, on January 1 1943. The larger part of rural Pelotas is made up with low and herbaceous vegetation. Small groves of cultivated trees and native trees are found. Pelotas is 55 km from the Atlantic Ocean, possesses a beach along the Lagoa dos Patos, called Laranjal. In the vicinity of the beach one can find quagmires and sand dunes. Pelotas is part of the watershed of the Camaquã River; the streams Caneleiras drain the city. They meet to form the Arroio de Pelotas. Pelotas is the birthplace and home of many nat
Carlos Alberto Vereza de Almeida is a Brazilian actor. O Bravo Guerreiro Memoirs of Prison O Rei do Gado Corpo Dourado Midnight O Cravo e a Rosa The Three Marias Kubanacan Um Só Coração Começar de Novo Sinhá Moça Duas Caras Bezerra de Menezes: O Diário de um Espírito Amor Eterno Amor Além do Tempo Carlos Vereza on IMDb
Rede Globo, or Globo, is a Brazilian free-to-air television network, launched by media proprietor Roberto Marinho on 26 April 1965. It is owned by media conglomerate Grupo Globo. Globo is the largest commercial TV network in Latin America and the second-largest commercial TV network of the world just behind the American ABC Television Network and the largest producer of telenovelas. Globo is headquartered in the Jardim Botânico neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, where its news division is based; the network's main production studios are located at a complex dubbed Estudios Globo, located in Jacarepaguá, in the same city. Globo is composed of 5 owned-and-operated television stations and 119 affiliates throughout Brazil plus its own international networks, Globo TV International and TV Globo Portugal. In 2007, Globo moved its analog operations to high-definition television production for digital broadcasting. Rede Globo is one of the largest media companies in the world, produces around 2,400 hours of entertainment and 3,000 hours of journalism per year in Brazil.
Through its network, the broadcaster covers 98.6% of Brazil's territory. Recognized for its production quality, the company has been presented with 14 international Emmys; the international operations of Globo include seven pay-per-view television channels and a production and distribution division that distributes Brazilian sports and entertainment content to more than 190 countries around the world. In Brazil, Globo TV presently reaches 99.5% of potential viewers the entire Brazilian population, with 136 broadcasting stations that deliver programming to more than 183 million Brazilians. The network has been responsible for the 20 most-watched TV programs broadcast on Brazilian television, including Avenida Brasil, a 2022 record-breaking telenovela that reached 50 million viewers and was sold to 130 countries. In July 1964, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro approved a request by Radio Globo to establish a television channel. On 30 December 1957, the National Council of Telecommunication published a decree which granted a channel in Rio de Janeiro to TV Globo Ltda.
Globo started preparing the beginning of its television broadcasting operations. Globo began broadcasting on 1 January 1965 in Rio de Janeiro on channel four; that same day, at about 10:45 a.m. Rubens Amaral formally introduced Rede Globo to viewers in Rio de Janeiro, all over Guanabara State, with the song "Moon River" by Henry Mancini at the start of the children's show, Uni Duni Te. By May of that same year, the live telecast of the Holy Mass, which became its longest running and oldest program, was seen for the first time; the following year, Globo purchased another television station, São Paulo-based TV Paulista, expanding its operations and beginning to dominate national television ratings. In January 1966, Globo broadcast its first major news coverage on flooding in Rio de Janeiro. Jornal da Globo, another trademark show for the network, was the successor to Ultranoticias, the network's first news program that ran until 1964, it featured a broadcast time of 30 minutes and was hosted by Hilton Gomez and Luis Jatoba.
In 1967, Globo began to build its national network with the affiliation of Porto Alegre-based TV Gaúcha. TV Gaúcha would become Globo's affiliate in Florianopolis in the late 1970s, when it received its current name, it is one of Globo's oldest affiliates, active since 1962. Uberlândia's TV Triângulo and Goiânia's TV Anhanguera soon followed in 1967 and 1968; the now extinct TV Guajará, based in Belém, was launched in 1969, was followed by TV Verdes Mares the following year. 1968 was the year in which Globo's branch station in Belo Horizonte, TV Globo Minas, was launched. On 1 September 1969, the country and national television broadcasting changed with the premiere of Jornal Nacional, the nation's first live newscast anchored by Cid Moreira and Hilton Gomez, its theme music, "The Fuzz" by Frank DeVol, became one of the show's trademarks, together with the program logo and the "Boa Noite" closing established by the hosts. Its success was followed by the launch of Jornal Hoje on 21 April 1971, the same day in which its Brasilia station was inaugurated.
The program was shown on the Rede Globo Rio de Janeiro flagship station until 1974 when it became a nationwide midday newscast. It broadcast its first FIFA World Cup in 1970, the same year in which the Rede Excelsior network closed down, absorbed by Globo; the network's famous Plim-Plim interval sound debuted that year. The network's 1976 broadcasting scheduling process developed the Padrão Globo de Qualidade: two soap operas, followed by Globo Repórter newscasts, one to two more drama shows or cinema, comedy programming and others; the process was led by Walter Clark and Jose Bonifacio de Olivera Sobrinho in 1960, when Rede Excelsior was launched. The network's audience share increased in the late 1970s clinching the top ratings spot of Brazil television; this was the reason Silvio Santos, one of the network's original variety show presenters since 1965, backed out of Globo, moved his 11-year-old program to Rede Tupi, while putting up his own network, TVS in the process the next year bringing his own show there.
In the process, it would continue the first nationwide variety show telecast t
Matheus Nachtergaele is a Brazilian actor and director. He has starred in numerous Brazilian films, being well known for his appearances in the 1997 film Four Days in September and the 2002 film City of God, he has twice won the Best Actor award in the Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro, for his roles in Midnight in 2000 and O Auto da Compadecida in 2001. He won the Best Actor award for Mango Yellow at XIII Cine Ceará in 2003. In 2008, he made his directorial debut with The Dead Girl's Feast. Nachtergaele is bisexual. Four Days in September Central Station Midnight O Auto da Compadecida City of God Mango Yellow Da Cor do Pecado Nina América Journey to the End of the Night La Virgen Negra Doce de Mãe Serra Pelada Don't Call Me Son Zama Media related to Matheus Nachtergaele at Wikimedia Commons Matheus Nachtergaele on IMDb
Stênio Garcia Faro is a Brazilian actor. 1966 - As Minas de Prata.... José 1967 - Os Fantoches.... Torquato 1968 - A Muralha.... Aimbé 1968 - O Terceiro Pecado.... Tomás 1969 - Dez Vidas.... Silvério dos Reis 1969 - Os estranhos.... Daniel 1971 - Hospital.... Maurício 1972 - Na Idade do Lobo.... Chico 1973 - Cavalo de Aço.... Brucutu 1973 - O Semideus.... Lorde José 1975 - Gabriela.... Felismino 1976 - Saramandaia.... Geraldo 1979 - Carga Pesada.... Bino 1981 - O Amor é Nosso.... Leonardo 1981 - Terras do Sem Fim.... Amarelo Joaquim 1982 - Final Feliz.... Mestre Antônio 1983 - Bandidos da Falange.... Lucena 1984 - Corpo a Corpo.... Amauri Pelegrini 1984 - Padre Cícero.... Padre Cícero 1986 - Hipertensão.... Chico 1986 - Selva de Pedra.... Pedro 1988 - O Pagador de Promessas.... Dedé 1989 - O Sexo dos Anjos.... Padre Aurélio 1989 - Que Rei Sou Eu?.... Corcoran 1990 - Rainha da Sucata.... Sérgio 1990 - Boca do Lixo.... Ciro 1990 - Meu Bem, Meu Mal.... Argemiro 1991 - O Dono do Mundo.... Herculano Maciel 1992 - De Corpo e Alma....
Domingos Bianchi 1993 - O Mapa da Mina.... Pedro Cunha 1993 - Agosto.... Ramos 1993 - Olho no Olho.... Armando 1994 - A Madona de Cedro.... Padre Estêvão 1994 - Tropicaliente.... Samuel 1995 - Engraçadinha... seus amores e seus pecados.... Carlinhos 1995 - Decadência.... Tavares Branco Filho 1995 - Explode Coração.... Pepe 1996 - O Rei do Gado.... Zé do Araguaia 1998 - Hilda Furacão.... Tonico Mendes 1998 - Labirinto.... Jonas 1998 - Torre de Babel.... Bruno Maia 2000 - A Muralha.... Caraíba 2001 - A Padroeira.... Antônio Cabral 2001 - O Clone.... Tio Ali 2001 - Os Maias.... Manuel Monforte 2002 - Pastores da Noite.... Chalub 2003 - Kubanacan.... Rubio Montenegro 2003/2007 - Carga Pesada.... Bino 2005 - Hoje é dia de Maria.... Asmodeu 2005 - Hoje é dia de Maria - Segunda Jornada.... Asmodeu 2006 - O Profeta.... Jacó de Oliveira 2007 - Duas Caras.... Barreto 2008 - Ó Paí, Ó.... Seu Jerônimo 2009 - Caminho das Índias.... Dr. Castanho 2010 - Malhação.... Prof. Ramon 2011 - Batendo Ponto.... Nestor 2011 - A Vida da Gente....
Laudelino 2012 - Salve Jorge.... Artur 1964 - O vigilante contra o crime 1964 - Vereda de salvação 1967 - Vigilante em missão secreta 1968 - As amorosas 1969 - A mulher de todos 1970 - A guerra dos pelados 1970 - O pornógrafo 1973 - Em compasso de espera 1975 - Ana, a libertina 1976 - O esquadrão da morte 1977 - As três mortes de Solano 1977 - Morte e vida severina 1977 - O crime do Zé Bigorna 1978 - Tudo bem 1987 - Leila Diniz 1989 - Kuarup 1989 - Solidão, Uma Linda História de Amor 1990 - Mais que a terra 1991 - Brincando nos campos do Senhor 1997 - Os matadores 1998 - Hans Staden 1998 - O menino maluquinho 2 - A aventura 2000 - Eu, tu, eles 2000 - O circo das qualidades humanas 2004 - Redentor 2005 - Casa de areia 2005 - O beijo no asfalto 2007 - Ó Paí, Ó 2012 - O Inventor de Sonhos Stênio Garcia on IMDb