Marcelo Magalhães Serrado is a Brazilian actor. Marcelo began his career at CAL in 1985, he made his television debut in 1987 in the telenovela Corpo Santo of TV Manchete. In 1989, Serrado moved to Rede Globo. In 2005, after 15 years working in several productions for Rede Globo, Serrado decided not to renew his contract with the station to work on Mandrake, a series produced by cable channel HBO Brazil. After three years in the Rede Record, he had starred in Vidas Opostas. In 2008, Serrado hosted in o musical. Serrado, the creator of the show, wanted to show the young duo still meeting in 1955 to assemble the play Orfeu da Conceição up since 1965 with international fame; the cast played Tom Jobim as Vinicius de Moraes. Serrado in 2009, joined the cast of Poder Paralelo of Rede Record. In 2010, the actor was on display with the monologue Não Existe Mulher Difícil; the following year, Serrado appeared on the big screen in the feature film Malu de Bicicleta. He returned to Rede Globo in 2011 where he played Crô, a homosexual and that Butler is the sidekick of the villain played by Tereza Cristina in the primetime telenovela Fina Estampa.
In 2012, he was cast in the telenovela Gabriela. In November of the same year, it was announced by columnist Regina Rito, the newspaper O Dia, that Serrado will play the character Crô of Fina Estampa again, but now in a feature film; the script of Super Crô - O Filme was being written by Aguinaldo Silva together with Rodrigo Ribeiro and Maurício Gyboski. It was directed by Bruno Barreto, he was married to actress Christine Fernandes from 1994 to 1999. The actor has a daughter named Catarina, from his ex-wife, actress Rafaela Mandelli. On August 4, 2012, Serrado married the dancer Roberta Fernandes, on April 9, 2013, the twins were born the couple, who have been given names of Felipe and Guilherme. Marcelo Serrado on IMDb
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
José Wilker de Almeida was a Brazilian film and television actor and director. The actor gained fame in telenovelas like "Roque Santeiro", but became known internationally for his role as Vadinho, the husband who returns from the dead to tempt Sonia Braga in the movie "Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands". Wilker was born on 20 August 1944, he started his career as a radio announcer at a radio in Ceará. He worked in the theater as a member of Movimento de Cultura Popular; the group brought culture and lessons in reading and politics. MPC was banned during the military repression in the 1960s, Wilker moved to Rio de Janeiro, he began working in cinema in Rio, at the forefront of Brazilian experimental and national cinema. He was 19 when he appeared in 1965, starring Fernanda Montenegro. In Rio, Wilker got involved with the Teatro Ipanema theater group, headed by Rubens Corrêa and Ivan de Albuquerque. At Teatro Ipanema he rose to underground fame with his role in Fernando Arrabal's O Arquiteto e o Imperador da Assíria, starred in his own A China é Azul.
He worked in television soap operas for decades. He debuted in 1971 on the popular show Bandeira 2 written by Dias Gomes and televised on the Rede Globo network. Wilker gained acclaim for his role as the protagonist in the soap opera Roque Santeiro, starring with Regina Duarte and Lima Duarte. Between 1997 and 2002, he directed many episodes of Sai Down. In 1979, he was cast in 1986 in The Man in the Black Cape. Among his most memorable roles in movies was Tiradentes in the film The Conspirators of 1972, Vadinho – which broke box office records in theaters – in Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands in 1976, as the politician Tenorio Cavalcanti in The Man in Black Cover of 1986 and Anthony Advisor of War Canudos of 1997. In miniseries JK, he played an older Juscelino Kubitschek during his time as President of the Republic. In 1992 he worked in Medicine Man along with Lorraine Bracco. José Wilker died on 5 April 2014 of a heart attack in Rio de Janeiro, aged 69. José Wilker on IMDb
Luís Lázaro Sacramento Ramos is a Brazilian actor and voice actor. He started his acting career with the Flock of Olodum Theater group, in Salvador, is best known for his portrayal of João Francisco dos Santos in the 2002 film Madame Satã. Lázaro is married to Brazilian actress Taís Araújo. In 2007, he was nominated for the 35th International Emmy Awards for Best Actor for his role in Cobras & Lagartos. Afro-Brazilians Lazaro's official Blog Lazaro's Fan Club Blog
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
Antônio da Silva Fagundes Filho is a Brazilian actor, renowned for his several performances in theater and television, where he works in soap operas. Fagundes was born in the city of Rio de Janeiro but moved with his parents to São Paulo at the age of eight and has lived there for over 30 years, he discovered his gift for the theater from the setting of stage plays made in the Rio Branco School, where he studied. He debuted on television in 1969 at TV Tupi. Fagundes began on the telenovela Saramandaia, he served for several years as protagonist of the series Carga Pesada, from 1979 to 1981, from 2003 to 2007. The actor has four children: one, with his ex-wife Mara Carvalho, the other three, fruits of his 15-year marriage to actress Clarisse Abujamra. 1985 - Molière Award, best drama actor for Cyrano de Bergerac. 1988 - Rio Cine Festival, Best Actor by The Lady from the Shanghai Cinema 1988 - Molière Award, best drama actor for Fragments of a Loving Speech. 1991 - Press Trophy, best TV actor for The World Owner.
1992 - Festival Internacional del Cine, best film actor for The Body. 1993 - APCA Trophy, best TV actor for Renascer. 1993 - Press Trophy, best TV actor for Renascer. 1997 - Contigo Award! - Best TV actor for For Love'. 1999 - Award of the Culture House in Rome theater 1999 - Brazil Quality Award, Best Actor of theater and television for the body of work. 1999 - APCA Trophy, best drama actor for Latest Luas. 2000 - Trophy Super Cap de Ouro, TV Terra Nostra. 2001 - Quality Award Brazil, RJ - best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres. 2001 - Quality Award Brazil, SP - best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres. 2001 - Best of the Year, Domingão Faustão - best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres. 2001 - Contigo Award! - Best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres. 2008 - Quality Award Brazil - best TV actor for Two Face. 2008 - Trophy Super Cap de Ouro, TV Two Faces. 2012 - Award Applause Brazil Theatre - Best Actor for "Red" Antônio Fagundes on IMDb
Dan Filip Stulbach is a Brazilian actor, television presenter and artistic director. He is the first member of a small family of Polish Jewish immigrants to be born in Brazil, he has only one sister, a nutritionist and mother of his only nephew. At home, he grew up listening to the Polish language and stories his grandfather told him about life in Poland, devastated during World War II. After graduating from the Colégio Rio Branco, he was undecided about the profession he was supposed to follow, he had a college entrance exam - and was approved - in Medicine and Engineering, he studied for a year at the Faculty of Engineering, but graduated in Social Communication, at the School of Advertising and Marketing. He attended the School of Dramatic Art at USP. At ESPM, he created the theater group Tangerina. For eight years he directed group shows, he lived in San Diego, California for a year. There he worked as a movie ticket holder. With the money he earned, he spent a season in New York City. Stulbach is touted as being similar to American actor Tom Hanks, having been satirized as such by the group of comedians Casseta & Planeta.
Dan Stulbach on IMDb