Brazilian movie stars died in Traffic collision

Here are 2 famous actors from Brazil died in Traffic collision:

Miguel Torres de Andrade

Miguel Torres de Andrade (November 1, 1926 Curaçá-December 31, 1962 Cajazeiras) a.k.a. Miguel Torres was a Brazilian writer and actor.

He was known for his works in literature, specifically in the genre of theatre plays. He authored many popular plays such as "As Cadeiras" and "O Vendedor de Fumaça". His works are known for their satirical, thought-provoking and social commentary nature. Apart from this, he was also prominently known for his acting skills. Miguel Torres was a versatile actor, and he appeared in several films and television series, such as "O Grande Momento" and "Cangaceiro". He was regarded as one of the most prominent cultural icons of his time, and his works continue to inspire many artists and writers around the world. Sadly, he passed away at the young age of 36 due to a heart attack.

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Luis Sérgio Person

Luis Sérgio Person (February 12, 1936 São Paulo-January 7, 1976 São Paulo) also known as L. S. Person, Luis Sergio Person or Luiz Sergio Person was a Brazilian film director, actor, screenwriter and film producer. He had two children, Marina Person and Domingas Person.

Luis Sérgio Person was an influential figure in the Brazilian film scene of the 1960s and 70s. He started his career as a film critic before transitioning into filmmaking. He is best known for his films, "O Caso dos Irmãos Naves" (The Case of the Naves Brothers), which won several awards at international film festivals, and "São Paulo S.A.", which is considered a classic of Brazilian cinema.

Person's films often dealt with social justice issues and the struggles of the working class. He was known for his innovative filmmaking techniques, such as using a hand-held camera to give his films a documentary-like feel. Despite leaving behind a relatively small body of work due to his premature death at the age of 39, Person's impact on Brazilian cinema was significant and continues to inspire filmmakers to this day.

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