Brazilian movie actors died in the year 2010

Here are 4 famous actors from Brazil died in 2010:

Armando Nogueira

Armando Nogueira (January 14, 1927 Xapuri-March 29, 2010 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian film director, actor, screenwriter, journalist, writer, film producer and television director.

He is most famous for his work in journalism and sports commentary. Nogueira began his career as a journalist for the newspaper O Globo, where he covered several major events, including the 1950 World Cup. He later went on to become the editor-in-chief of the newspaper and was instrumental in creating the sports section.

Nogueira is also credited with revolutionizing sports commentary in Brazil. He was the first to bring a more poetic style of commentary to Brazilian television, using metaphors and analogies to describe play on the field. This style was widely adopted by other commentators and has become a hallmark of Brazilian sports commentary.

In addition to his work in journalism and sports commentary, Nogueira was also a prolific writer, having written several books on the history of Brazilian football. He was also a film director and producer, having directed several documentaries and short films, and produced the critically acclaimed film "Terra Estrangeira" (Foreign Land) in 1995.

Nogueira's contributions to Brazilian journalism, sports commentary, and the arts have had a significant impact on Brazilian culture and are still celebrated today.

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Ary Fernandes

Ary Fernandes (March 31, 1931 São Paulo-August 29, 2010 São Paulo) was a Brazilian film director, actor, film producer, screenwriter, cinematographer and film score composer. He had two children, Vania Fernandes and Fernando Fernandes.

Fernandes started his career as an actor in the 1950s and later transitioned to directing, producing and screenwriting. He is known for his work on the Brazilian classic film "O Pagador de Promessas" (The Given Word), which won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1962. He directed and produced several other successful films such as "Os Herdeiros" (The Heirs) and "O Homem que Comprou o Mundo" (The Man Who Bought the World). In addition to his work in film, Fernandes was also a prominent figure in Brazilian television, directing and producing several popular telenovelas. He was recognized for his contributions to Brazilian cinema and was awarded the Order of Cultural Merit by the Brazilian government in 2005.

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Wesley Duke Lee

Wesley Duke Lee (December 21, 1931 São Paulo-September 12, 2010 São Paulo) was a Brazilian actor and set decorator.

In addition to his work in the film industry, Wesley Duke Lee was also a renowned artist and considered one of the pioneers of Brazilian pop art. He studied at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and was heavily influenced by the pop art movement of the 1960s. Known for his provocative and experimental art, Duke Lee's works often incorporated elements of popular culture and advertisements. He was also a founding member of the São Paulo-based art movement, Grupo Rex, which sought to challenge traditional notions of art in Brazil. Duke Lee's legacy continues to be celebrated in Brazil's contemporary art scene.

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Dino Santana

Dino Santana (November 27, 2014 Niterói-December 26, 2010 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Ondino Sant'Anna or Ondino Santana was a Brazilian actor and comedian.

He began his career as a theater actor in Rio de Janeiro and later transitioned to television, where he became one of Brazil's most beloved comedians. Santana was known for his quick wit, physical humor, and impeccable timing on stage and screen. He starred in numerous popular TV shows, including "Chico Anysio Show", "Os Trapalhões", and "Zorra Total", and his performances often left audiences in stitches. In addition to his work as an actor, Santana was also a talented musician and performed regularly as a guitarist and singer. He passed away in 2010 at the age of 95, leaving a lasting legacy as one of Brazil's most iconic performers.

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