Brazilian movie actors died in the year 2007

Here are 4 famous actors from Brazil died in 2007:

Olayr Coan

Olayr Coan (January 7, 1959 Porto Feliz-December 29, 2007 São Paulo) also known as Olair José Coan, Olayr José Coan or Olair Coan was a Brazilian actor.

He started his career in the 1980s and gained popularity for his work in various Brazilian soap operas, TV shows and films. Coan was highly regarded for his outstanding performances and notable contributions to the Brazilian entertainment industry. One of his most famous works was his performance in the soap opera "Que Rei Sou Eu?" which earned him widespread recognition and critical acclaim. Over the course of his career, Coan acted in numerous productions and won many accolades for his work. In addition to his acting career, he was also a talented singer and had released several music albums. Despite his untimely death at the age of 48 due to a heart attack, Coan's legacy lives on as a highly respected and celebrated actor in Brazilian entertainment history.

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Norton Nascimento

Norton Nascimento (January 4, 1962 Belém-December 21, 2007 São Paulo) also known as Northon Nascimento or Norton Cândia Nascimento was a Brazilian actor.

He began his acting career in the theater world, obtaining recognition for his performances in several plays. He later transitioned into television and film, becoming a prominent figure in the Brazilian film industry. Some of his most notable film works include "The Hour and Turn of Augusto Matraga" (1965), "O Menino Maluquinho" (1995), and "Deus É Brasileiro" (2003). Nascimento was also known for his work in television soap operas like "Pantanal" and "Xica da Silva". Despite his success, he tragically passed away at the age of 45 from a heart attack. His contributions to the arts in Brazil are remembered and celebrated to this day.

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Paulo Autran

Paulo Autran (September 7, 1922 Rio de Janeiro-October 12, 2007 São Paulo) also known as Paulo Paquet Autran or Lord of the Stage was a Brazilian actor and lawyer.

Autran was born in Rio de Janeiro but raised in São Paulo, where he began his professional career in theater, TV and cinema. He studied at the Law School of the University of São Paulo, but he did not practice as a lawyer, choosing instead to dedicate his life to acting. Autran was one of the most important actors of Brazilian theater, having participated in several Brazilian and international productions, receiving critical acclaim for his performances. He performed in a wide range of roles, including classical and contemporary plays, musicals, and some of the most important works of Brazilian theater. He was a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, Arts and Sciences and was awarded several accolades for his contributions to Brazilian theater and cinema, including the Medalha de Mérito Cultural in 2006. Autran died in São Paulo at the age of 85 due to complications related to bladder cancer.

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Carlos Coimbra

Carlos Coimbra (August 13, 1927 Campinas-February 14, 2007 São Paulo) was a Brazilian screenwriter, film director, film editor, actor, film producer and production designer. He had one child, Cláudio Coimbra.

Carlos Coimbra began his career in the film industry as an actor in the 1940s, but later switched to directing and screenwriting. He worked on over 30 films throughout his career, including several critically acclaimed productions such as "Tico-Tico no Fubá" (1952) and "O Rei do Movimento" (1954). Coimbra was known for his ability to blend social commentary with entertainment in his films, making him a popular figure among Brazilian audiences.

In addition to his work in cinema, Coimbra was also a prolific television producer, directing and producing several successful telenovelas such as "A Viagem" (1975) and "O Profeta" (1977). He was also involved in theater, serving as the director of the São Paulo-based theater company "Os Farsantes" for several years.

Overall, Carlos Coimbra was a multifaceted figure in the Brazilian entertainment industry, making significant contributions to film, television, and theater in his lifetime.

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