Brazilian movie stars died in Aortic aneurysm

Here are 1 famous actors from Brazil died in Aortic aneurysm:

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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