Brazilian movie stars died in Pancreatitis

Here are 1 famous actors from Brazil died in Pancreatitis:

Irving São Paulo

Irving São Paulo (October 26, 1964 Feira de Santana-August 10, 2006 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Irving Sao Paulo or José Irving Flaherpy Santana São Paulo was a Brazilian actor.

Irving São Paulo began his career as a theater actor in Salvador in the 1980s. He later moved to Rio de Janeiro and began working in television, appearing in popular telenovelas such as "Roque Santeiro" and "Rainha da Sucata". He also acted in films, including "Orfeu" and "O Mandarim".

São Paulo was a well-known LGBTQ+ rights activist and a vocal advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness in Brazil. He publicly disclosed his own HIV-positive status in the early 2000s, becoming one of the few Brazilian celebrities to discuss the illness openly.

In addition to his work as an actor and activist, São Paulo was also a musician and composer, and he released several albums throughout his career. He also wrote a book, "Irving São Paulo - Memórias de um Ator Possível", which was published posthumously.

São Paulo passed away in 2006 at the age of 41 due to an AIDS-related illness, leaving behind a legacy as both an artist and an activist for marginalized communities in Brazil.

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