Brazilian movie actors died in the year 2013

Here are 3 famous actors from Brazil died in 2013:

Jorge Dória

Jorge Dória (December 12, 1920 Rio de Janeiro-November 6, 2013 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Jorge Pires Ferreira was a Brazilian actor, screenwriter, writer and humorist.

Dória started his career as a stage actor in the 1940s and later moved on to writing and producing plays. He is best known for his work in Brazilian radio and television with his humorous commentary on current events and politics, often using satire to criticize social injustices. In addition to his work in comedy, Dória was a prolific writer, penning several books on Brazilian culture and society, including "Brasília, A Capital de Todas as Solidões" (Brasília, The Capital of All Solitudes) and "Chapeuzinho e o Lobo na Política Brasileira" (Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in Brazilian Politics). He was also involved in the Brazilian film industry, working as a screenwriter for films such as "O Homem do Sputnik" (The Man from Sputnik) and "Garota de Ipanema" (The Girl from Ipanema). Dória's legacy as a cultural icon in Brazil has been recognized through several awards, including the prestigious Molière Award for his contributions to Brazilian theater.

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Walmor Chagas

Walmor Chagas (August 28, 1930 Alegrete-January 18, 2013 Guaratinguetá) a.k.a. Walnor Chagas was a Brazilian actor, theatre director and theatrical producer. He had one child, Clara Chagas.

Walmor Chagas began his acting career in the 1950s and went on to become one of the most acclaimed and respected actors in Brazil. He worked extensively in theatre, television, and film, appearing in over 90 productions throughout his career. He received numerous awards and honors for his acting, including eight Troféu Imprensa awards, one of the most prestigious awards in Brazilian entertainment. In addition to his work on stage and screen, Chagas was also a well-respected theatre director and producer, and he helped to found the Itapetininga Theatre Festival, which became one of the most important theatre festivals in Brazil. Chagas was known for his versatility as an actor, and he played a wide range of roles throughout his career, from romantic leads to villains to historical figures. Despite his success, Chagas remained humble and dedicated to his craft, and he was beloved by his colleagues and fans alike.

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Zózimo Bulbul

Zózimo Bulbul (September 21, 1937 Rio de Janeiro-January 24, 2013 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Zozimo Bulbul, Jorge da Silva, José Zózimo, Zozimo or Zózimo Bulbo was a Brazilian actor, screenwriter, film director and activist.

He was one of the pioneers of black Brazilian cinema and was best known for his work as an actor in several highly acclaimed Brazilian films such as Xica da Silva (1976), Orfeu (1999), and City of God (2002).

Bulbul was also a prominent activist, fighting for the recognition and representation of black actors in Brazilian cinema. He founded the Koinonia Ecumenical Foundation, a non-profit organization that aimed to promote racial and social justice in Brazil. He was a highly respected figure in Brazilian cinema and was awarded numerous accolades throughout his career, including the Order of Cultural Merit from the Brazilian government in 2005.

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