Brazilian movie stars died in Pneumonia

Here are 2 famous actors from Brazil died in Pneumonia:

Glauber Rocha

Glauber Rocha (March 14, 1939 Vitória da Conquista-August 22, 1981 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Glauber de Andrade Rocha or Pedro was a Brazilian film director, screenwriter, actor, film producer, writer and film editor. He had five children, Ava Patria Yndia Yracema Gaitan Rocha, Pedro Paulo Lima, Eryk Rocha, Daniel Jardim Gomes Rocha and Paloma Rocha.

Rocha was a key figure in the Brazilian film movement known as Cinema Novo, which emerged in the 1960s as a response to Hollywood-style studio productions. He gained international recognition for his films, such as "Black God, White Devil", "Antonio das Mortes", and "Entranced Earth", which combined elements of avant-garde cinema with a focus on Brazilian history and social issues. Rocha's films often featured a mix of documentary and fictional elements, and showcased the rich culture and diversity of Brazil. In addition to his work in film, Rocha was also a prolific writer and playwright, and his works have been translated into multiple languages. He died at the young age of 42 from a heart attack in Rio de Janeiro, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire filmmakers around the world.

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Zacarias (January 18, 1934 Sete Lagoas-March 18, 1990 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Mauro Gonçalves, Mauro Faccio Gonçalves or Mauro Paccio Gonçalves was a Brazilian actor.

Zacarias began his acting career in the 1960s, performing on television and in the theater. He gained popularity in the 1970s and 1980s for his comedic roles in Brazilian films, often playing the character of a comical sidekick. He starred in over 80 films throughout his career, and was known for his unique style of physical comedy and facial expressions. Zacarias was also a musician and released several albums during his career. Despite his success, he faced personal struggles with alcohol addiction and financial troubles. He died at the age of 56 from complications related to anemia. Zacarias remains a beloved figure in Brazilian pop culture and is remembered for his contributions to the entertainment industry.

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