Brazilian movie actresses born in the year 1964

Here are 11 famous actresses from Brazil were born in 1964:

Rosana Garcia

Rosana Garcia (October 10, 1964 São Paulo-) also known as Rosana Garcia Monteiro is a Brazilian actor. She has two children, Fernando Monteiro and Ana Carolina Monteiro.

Rosana Garcia began her acting career in the 1980s and has since appeared in several popular Brazilian television shows and movies. Some of her most notable roles include Maria Carolina in the TV series "Kananga do Japão" (1989) and Eulália in the telenovela "A Indomada" (1997). Garcia has also received critical acclaim for her performances in films such as "Sea of Rosebuds" (1978) and "Erendira" (1983). In addition to her work in front of the camera, she also works as a voice actor, lending her voice to various animated characters. Outside of her career, Garcia is known for her philanthropic work and has served as an ambassador for several charitable organizations.

Gorete Milagres

Gorete Milagres (December 1, 1964 Piranga-) also known as Maria Gorete da Silva Araújo is a Brazilian actor and comedian. Her children are called Alice Maturana and Maria Rique.

Milagres began her career as a theater actress in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. She rose to national prominence in the early 1990s as a cast member on the sketch comedy show "Escolinha do Professor Raimundo", where she played the character of Filó. Milagres became known for her portrayal of Filó, a housekeeper with a distinctive laugh and a sharp wit.

After the success of "Escolinha do Professor Raimundo", Milagres starred in her own comedy series called "Sai de Baixo". The show ran from 1996 to 2002 and followed the lives of a dysfunctional group of friends who lived in an apartment complex in Rio de Janeiro. Milagres played the character of "Cassandra", a naive and clumsy receptionist, and won critical acclaim for her performance.

Aside from her work in television, Milagres has also appeared in various films including "Mulheres do Brasil", "Quem Matou Pixote?", and "Copacabana". In addition to her acting career, Milagres is also a trained clown and has performed in various circuses throughout Brazil.

Aida Leiner

Aida Leiner (August 12, 1964 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as Aída Leiner is a Brazilian actor.

She began her career in the 1980s and has since appeared in numerous television series and films. Leiner is well-known for her roles in popular telenovelas such as "Renascer," "Pantanal," and "Despedida de Solteiro." She has been nominated for several awards for her performances, including the Prêmio Contigo de TV and the Troféu Imprensa. In addition to acting, Leiner is also a trained singer and has released several albums throughout her career. She is considered an icon in Brazilian pop culture and continues to be active in the entertainment industry.

Patrícia Pillar

Patrícia Pillar (January 11, 1964 Brasília-) a.k.a. Patrícia Gadelha Pillar is a Brazilian actor.

She first gained recognition in the early 1990s for her performance in the telenovela "O Dono do Mundo". Pillar has since starred in numerous other telenovelas, as well as films and miniseries. She has received several awards for her acting, including two Best Actress awards at the Grande Prêmio Brasileiro de Cinema for her roles in "O Homem do Ano" (2004) and "Onde Está a Felicidade?" (2012). In addition to her acting work, Pillar is also known for her activism and advocacy for various causes, including environmental protection and indigenous rights.

Gisele Fróes

Gisele Fróes (September 3, 1964 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as Gisele Salles Frôes, Gisele Froes or Gisele Salles Fróes is a Brazilian actor. Her child is called João Fróes.

Gisele Fróes began her acting career in the 1980s, appearing in various television programs and theater productions. She gained wider recognition for her work in the telenovelas "Kananga do Japão" (1989) and "Fera Ferida" (1993), both of which were produced by the Brazilian network Rede Globo.

Fróes has also appeared in a number of films, including "Durval Discos" (2002), "Cabaret Mineiro" (2005), and "O Roubo da Taça" (2016). In addition to her acting work, she has directed several theater productions and has written a play.

Fróes is known for her versatility as an actor, portraying a wide range of characters throughout her career. She has been nominated for several awards for her work, including the APCA Trophy and the Shell Award.

Anna Cotrim

Anna Cotrim (August 10, 1964 São Paulo-) is a Brazilian actor.

She began her acting career in the 1980s and has since appeared in various movies, TV series, and theater productions. Some of her most notable works include her role in the film "Festa" (1989), the TV series "Confissões de Adolescente" (1994), and the theater production of "A Partilha" (1990).

Aside from acting, Cotrim is also known as a writer and journalist. She has written for various publications and has authored several books, including "Abraços no Chão" (2002) and "Perto do Coração" (2006). Additionally, she has worked as a screenwriter and director for a number of TV series and movies. Cotrim is highly regarded in the Brazilian entertainment industry and regarded as one of the most versatile artists of her generation.

Dedina Bernadelli

Dedina Bernadelli (April 23, 1964 Rio de Janeiro-) is a Brazilian actor. She has one child, Luísa Bechara.

Dedina Bernadelli started her acting career in the early 1990s, and quickly became a prominent figure in the Brazilian film and television industry. Over the years, she has appeared in several successful TV shows, including "Roque Santeiro," "Fera Ferida," and "Senhora do Destino." Her performances in these shows were critically acclaimed, and helped establish her as one of the most talented actors of her generation.

Aside from her work on the small screen, Bernadelli has also appeared in a number of successful movies. In 2002, she starred in "A Paixão de Jacobina," which won several awards at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival. Her other notable film roles include parts in "O Homem do Futuro" (2011), "Onde Andará Dulce Veiga?" (2008), and "Cronicamente Inviável" (2000).

Throughout her career, Bernadelli has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to Brazilian culture. She has won a number of awards for her acting, including the prestigious "Troféu Imprensa" in 2004. In addition, she has been actively involved in several charitable organizations, using her fame and talent to help those in need.

Márcia Cabrita

Márcia Cabrita (January 20, 1964 Niterói-) also known as Marcia Cabrita is a Brazilian actor. Her child is called Manuela Parente.

Márcia Cabrita began her career in the theater before transitioning to television and film. She became popular in Brazil for her comedic roles, including the character of Neide Aparecida in the TV show "Sai de Baixo". Cabrita also appeared in several telenovelas, such as "Sete Pecados" and "Morde & Assopra". She was known for her ability to make people laugh and was often compared to famous Brazilian comedian Dercy Gonçalves.

In 2016, Cabrita was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and she passed away due to complications from the disease in November of that year. She was mourned by fans and fellow actors alike, who remembered her as a talented and beloved performer. Her daughter, Manuela Parente, has followed in her footsteps and is also an actor.

Luma de Oliveira

Luma de Oliveira (December 10, 1964 Nova Friburgo-) is a Brazilian actor. She has two children, Thor Batista and Olin Batista.

Luma de Oliveira is also known for her work as a model and carnival queen. She won the title of Carnival Queen in Rio de Janeiro in 1987 and went on to become one of the most popular carnival queens of all time. She has also been a television host, actress, and businesswoman in her career. In her personal life, she was married to Brazilian businessman Eike Batista for several years before they divorced in 2004. Despite some controversies throughout her career, Luma de Oliveira remains a beloved and iconic figure in Brazilian culture.

Vera Zimmermann

Vera Zimmermann (March 30, 1964 Santos, São Paulo-) is a Brazilian actor.

She started her career as a ballerina before transitioning to acting. Zimmermann gained recognition for her work in Brazilian telenovelas, such as "Vamp" and "Pedra Sobre Pedra". She also appeared in numerous films, including "Feliz Ano Velho" and "Onde Andará Dulce Veiga?". In addition to her acting career, Zimmermann also works as a professor at the São Paulo School of Drama. She has been awarded the APCA Trophy (São Paulo Association of Art Critics) and the Shell Award for Best Actress for her work in theater.

Giovanna Gold

Giovanna Gold (June 4, 1964 Salvador-) also known as Giovanna Goldsarb Padilha Sodré is a Brazilian actor.

Giovanna Gold has built a remarkable career both in television and theater. She began her acting journey in the early 90s and has since been part of several productions, earning critical acclaim for her performances.

In addition to acting, Giovanna is also a writer and film producer. She co-wrote and produced the film “Vida de Menina” (Little Girl's Life), which was selected as the Brazilian entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 73rd Academy Awards.

Outside of her professional pursuits, Giovanna is a dedicated social activist and philanthropist. She has worked with several non-profit organizations in Brazil, focusing on raising awareness and support for initiatives related to education, healthcare, and social justice.

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