Here are 3 famous actors from Brazil died in Lung cancer:
Cazuza (April 4, 1958 Rio de Janeiro-July 7, 1990 Rio de Janeiro) otherwise known as Agenor Miranda Araújo Neto or Agenor de Miranda Araújo Neto was a Brazilian singer, songwriter, film score composer and actor.
Born to a middle-class family, Cazuza was exposed to music at an early age, which culminated in him forming his first band at the age of 18. After joining the band Barão Vermelho in 1981, he quickly rose to fame as the lead vocalist and songwriter. Cazuza's music was known for its poetic lyrics and captured the spirit of a generation living under a repressive regime in Brazil.
Despite being diagnosed with HIV in 1987, Cazuza continued to produce music and influence Brazilian popular culture until his untimely death in 1990 at the age of 32. He left behind a legacy of powerful music that continues to inspire and resonate with Brazilians today. Cazuza was also known for his activism and support of LGBT rights and AIDS awareness, and is remembered not only as a musician but as a outspoken voice for social justice.
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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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Geraldo Del Rey (October 29, 1930 Ilhéus-April 25, 1993 São Paulo) also known as Geraldo Del Rey Silva or The Brazilian Alain Delon was a Brazilian actor. His child is called Fabiano Carvalho Del Rey.
Geraldo Del Rey began his acting career in the 1950s and gained popularity in the 1960s for his roles in Brazilian Cinema Novo films, such as "Black God, White Devil" and "The Guns". He also worked in television, appearing in soap operas and series.
In addition to his work as an actor, Geraldo Del Rey was also involved in politics and activism, supporting left-wing causes and movements. He was arrested numerous times for his political activities and spent time in prison during Brazil's military dictatorship in the 1970s.
Despite the challenges he faced, Geraldo Del Rey continued to act and remained a beloved figure in Brazilian culture until his death in 1993 from lung cancer. He was posthumously honored for his contributions to Brazilian cinema and theater.
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