Brazilian movie actors died when they were 64

Here are 2 famous actors from Brazil died at 64:

José Mauro de Vasconcelos

José Mauro de Vasconcelos (February 26, 1920 Bangu, Rio de Janeiro-July 24, 1984 São Paulo) was a Brazilian writer, actor and screenwriter.

He died as a result of bronchopneumonia.

Vasconcelos is best known for his novel "My Sweet Orange Tree" (Meu Pé de Laranja Lima in Portuguese), which has been translated into several languages and adapted into films, TV shows and plays. The novel, which is semi-autobiographical, tells the story of a young boy named Zeze who lives in poverty with his family in Rio de Janeiro and forms a deep bond with a magical orange tree in his backyard.

Vasconcelos wrote more than 20 books in his lifetime, many of which drew from his own experiences growing up in poverty. In addition to his writing, Vasconcelos worked as an actor in Brazilian theater and film, and also wrote screenplays for several movies.

Vasconcelos' work has had a significant impact on Brazilian literature and culture, and he is remembered as a talented and visionary writer who brought important issues of poverty and social inequality to the forefront of national discourse.

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Carlos Kroeber

Carlos Kroeber (September 20, 1934 Belo Horizonte-June 12, 1999 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Carlos Henrique Kroeber was a Brazilian actor.

He began his acting career in the 1960s and worked in the theater, television, and film industries. Kroeber became well-known for his roles in Brazilian telenovelas, including "Rainha da Sucata" and "O Rei do Gado". He also appeared in several Brazilian films, such as "Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands" and "O Homem do Ano". In addition to acting, Kroeber was also a professor of acting at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He passed away in 1999 due to a heart attack at the age of 64.

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