Brazilian movie actors died when they were 61

Here are 2 famous actors from Brazil died at 61:

Joaquim Manuel de Macedo

Joaquim Manuel de Macedo (June 24, 1820 ItaboraĆ­-May 11, 1882 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian writer, novelist, journalist, teacher, playwright, poet and actor.

He is one of the most prominent names in Brazilian Romanticism and is widely regarded as the father of this literary movement in Brazil. Macedo is best known for his novel "A Moreninha" (The Brunette), which is considered a classic of Brazilian literature and has been adapted multiple times for film and television.

In addition to his literary pursuits, Macedo was also a respected educator, serving as a professor of history, geography, and philosophy at various institutions in Rio de Janeiro. He was also an avid journalist, writing for several newspapers and magazines throughout his career.

Macedo's literary work was deeply influenced by his own experiences and surroundings. His writing often explored themes of love, honor, and social status, and his work often drew from his observations of Brazilian society, particularly the lives of the country's upper classes.

Despite his prolific career as a writer and educator, Macedo struggled financially throughout much of his life. He died in Rio de Janeiro in 1882 at the age of 61, leaving behind a legacy as one of Brazil's most celebrated authors.

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Edgar Brasil

Edgar Brasil (April 5, 2015 Hamburg-January 4, 1954 Cruzeiro) otherwise known as Edgar Hauschildt or Edgar Brazil was a Brazilian cinematographer and actor.

Born in Hamburg, Germany, Edgar Brasil moved to Brazil at a young age and began his career in the film industry as a cinematographer. He worked on numerous Brazilian films, including the classic "O Cangaceiro" in 1953, for which he was nominated for Best Cinematography at the Cannes Film Festival. In addition to his work behind the camera, Brasil also acted in a handful of films throughout his career, including the horror film "No Mundo da Lua" in 1958. Despite being relatively unknown outside of Brazil, Edgar Brasil's contributions to the Brazilian film industry were significant and helped shape the country's cinematic identity.

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