Brazilian movie actors died in the year 1986

Here are 2 famous actors from Brazil died in 1986:

Marcelo Ibrahim

Marcelo Ibrahim (November 17, 1962 Rio de Janeiro-July 3, 1986 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian actor.

He is best known for his roles in the Brazilian films "Menino do Rio" (1982) and "Garota Dourada" (1984). Ibrahim began his acting career in the theater and went on to appear in several films and television shows during his short career. He was considered a promising talent in Brazilian cinema before his untimely death at the age of 23 in a car accident. Despite his short career, Ibrahim's performances have continued to be remembered and celebrated in Brazilian cinema.

In addition to his work in film and theater, Marcelo Ibrahim also made appearances on Brazilian television shows such as "Roque Santeiro" and "Champagne". He was praised for his natural acting style and charisma on screen. Ibrahim's sudden death shocked and devastated the Brazilian entertainment industry, and many actors and directors who worked with him spoke highly of his talent and potential. In his honor, the Marcelo Ibrahim Award was created to recognize outstanding young actors in Brazilian cinema. Despite his tragic passing, Ibrahim's legacy continues to inspire new generations of Brazilian actors and filmmakers.

Sadi Cabral

Sadi Cabral (September 10, 1906 Maceió-November 23, 1986 São Paulo) otherwise known as Sady Cabral was a Brazilian actor and voice actor.

He started his career in radio as a presenter on Radio Educadora Paulista, and later became a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to hundreds of films, cartoons, and television shows. Cabral also had a successful acting career, appearing in over 20 films and numerous television productions, including the acclaimed series "O Bem-Amado". Throughout his career, Cabral was known for his distinctive voice and his ability to bring a sense of humor and warmth to his performances. He continued to work in the entertainment industry until his death in 1986. Cabral is remembered as one of the most talented and versatile actors of his generation, and his legacy continues to inspire new generations of performers in Brazil and beyond.

In addition to his successful voice and acting careers, Sadi Cabral was also a prolific writer. He authored several plays and television scripts throughout his lifetime. Cabral's talent as a writer was recognized with numerous prestigious awards, including the Molière Prize for his play "O Último dos Homens". Cabral was also a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, a highly respected organization that promotes the Portuguese language and literature. In recognition of his contributions to Brazilian culture, Cabral was awarded the Order of Rio Branco, one of the country's highest honors. Today, he is remembered not only for his remarkable career, but also for his impact on Brazilian arts and culture as a whole.

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