Here are 2 famous actors from Brazil died in 1963:
Lamartine Babo (January 10, 1904 Rio de Janeiro-June 16, 1963 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian composer, film score composer and actor.
Born into a musical family, Lamartine Babo began his career as a journalist, but soon made a name for himself as a composer of popular sambas, marchinhas and other genres of popular Brazilian music. He wrote his first hit song "Se Você Jurar" in 1931, which went on to become one of Brazil's most beloved carnival anthems.
Babo also composed over 400 songs for Brazilian cinema, and his scores for films like "Limite" and "Orfeu Negro" have become iconic. In addition to his musical career, Babo also acted in several films and television shows.
Throughout his life, Babo remained one of the most popular and influential figures in Brazilian music, and his songs and compositions continue to be celebrated today.
Carlos Thiré (October 9, 1917 Rio de Janeiro-March 11, 1963 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Carlos Arthur Thiré was a Brazilian actor and film director. He had one child, Cecil Thiré.
Thiré was born into a family of artists; his father was a theater director and his mother was an actress. He began his acting career in the 1940s, performing in plays and movies. He gained popularity in Brazil during the 1950s for his roles in comedy movies such as "Carnaval Atlântida" and "O Petróleo é Nosso".
In addition to his work in front of the camera, Thiré also tried his hand at directing films. He directed the highly acclaimed movie "Tico-Tico no Fubá" in 1952, which went on to win several awards at film festivals around the world.
Thiré was known not only for his acting and directing abilities but also for his intellectual and political views. He was an avid reader and writer, and wrote several articles on political and social issues in Brazil. Despite his success in the film industry, Thiré remained politically active and engaged with the issues facing his country until his untimely death from a heart attack in 1963 at the age of 45.