Brazilian movie stars died in Respiratory disease

Here are 2 famous actors from Brazil died in Respiratory disease:

Norton Nascimento

Norton Nascimento (January 4, 1962 Belém-December 21, 2007 São Paulo) also known as Northon Nascimento or Norton Cândia Nascimento was a Brazilian actor.

He began his acting career in the theater world, obtaining recognition for his performances in several plays. He later transitioned into television and film, becoming a prominent figure in the Brazilian film industry. Some of his most notable film works include "The Hour and Turn of Augusto Matraga" (1965), "O Menino Maluquinho" (1995), and "Deus É Brasileiro" (2003). Nascimento was also known for his work in television soap operas like "Pantanal" and "Xica da Silva". Despite his success, he tragically passed away at the age of 45 from a heart attack. His contributions to the arts in Brazil are remembered and celebrated to this day.

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Átila Iório

Átila Iório (April 1, 1921 Rio de Janeiro-December 10, 2002 Sepetiba, Rio de Janeiro) also known as Atilia Iorio or Átila Jorio was a Brazilian actor.

He began his acting career in the theater and later transitioned to film and television. Throughout his career, Átila Iório acted in over 70 films and 30 television programs. He is remembered for his roles in films such as "Vidas Secas" and "O Padre e a Moça" and for his impactful performances in telenovelas such as "Beto Rockfeller" and "O Bem Amado." In addition to his acting career, Átila Iório was also a painter and a poet. He passed away at the age of 81 in Sepetiba, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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