Brazilian movie stars died in Sepsis

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Cláudio Mamberti

Cláudio Mamberti (October 9, 1940 Santos, São Paulo-September 19, 2001 São Paulo) was a Brazilian actor.

Mamberti started his career in the theater and eventually transitioned to television and film. He appeared in numerous Brazilian soap operas throughout his career including "Roque Santeiro" and "O Rei do Gado". Mamberti was also known for his roles in Brazilian films such as "Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands" and "Tocaia Grande". In addition to his acting career, he also worked as a director and screenwriter. Mamberti was widely respected in Brazil's entertainment industry and his death was mourned by fans and colleagues alike.

Mamberti graduated from the National School of Drama and joined the Teatro Oficina in São Paulo, where he worked with the famous theater director José Celso Martinez Corrêa. In the 1970s, he became one of the most sought-after actors in Brazilian theater and was known for his work in productions such as "O Roteiro de João do Vale" and "A Tempestade". Mamberti also participated in the creation of the Grupo Pau-Brasil, which aimed to explore Brazilian culture through theater.

Besides his accomplishments in acting, directing, and screenwriting, Mamberti was also a recognized voice actor. He lent his voice to several Brazilian dubs of foreign films, including "The Godfather" and "The Wizard of Oz".

Throughout his career, Mamberti won several awards for his acting and directing, including the Molière Prize, the São Paulo Association of Art Critics Award, and the Mambembe Trophy. He was also a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, Arts and Music, and the International Theatre Institute.

Mamberti was married to the actress and director Vivien Buckup for over 30 years and had two children, Bruno and Antonio. After his death, the Cláudio Mamberti Award was created to honor outstanding achievements in Brazilian theater.

Cláudio Mamberti's talent extended beyond the stage and screen, as he was also a renowned professor of the performing arts. He taught at several universities in Brazil, including the University of São Paulo and the School of Dramatic Art of the State of São Paulo, where he served as director. Mamberti was also involved in social and political causes, particularly in the fight against censorship during Brazil's military dictatorship in the 1970s. He was a member of the Brazilian Communist Party and actively supported workers' rights movements. Mamberti's legacy in Brazilian theater and film continues to inspire generations of performers and artists. In 2021, a biography titled "Cláudio Mamberti: A Theatre Life" was published, chronicling his life and contributions to Brazilian culture.

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