Brazilian movie actresses died before they were 40

Here are 3 famous actresses from Brazil died before 40:

Margarita Corona

Margarita Corona (April 5, 2015 Rio de Janeiro-October 12, 1983 Buenos Aires) was a Brazilian actor.

Margarita Corona was best known for her pioneering work in the theater during the 1930s and 1940s in both Brazil and Argentina. She began her career in Rio de Janeiro as a member of the Pureza theatre company, and later worked with the iconic Tónia Carrero in the Teatro Repertorio Brasileiro. In 1940, she moved to Buenos Aires and quickly became a key figure in the Argentine theater scene, appearing in productions at the Teatro Colón and other esteemed venues. Corona was also a prolific film actress, with notable roles in classic movies such as "La Bestia Humana" and "La Mujer X". Her legacy continues to influence Latin American theater and film to this day.

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Anecy Rocha

Anecy Rocha (October 26, 1942 Vitória da Conquista-March 27, 1977 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Anecy de Andrade Rocha was a Brazilian actor. She had one child, Jorge Lima.

Rocha began her acting career in the late 1960s, and quickly became a prominent figure in Brazil's avant-garde cinema scene. She starred in several films by acclaimed director Glauber Rocha, including "Black God, White Devil" and "Antônio das Mortes". Despite her success onscreen, Rocha maintained a low profile in her personal life and little is known about her outside of her work. Tragically, her life was cut short when she was murdered in her apartment in Rio de Janeiro in 1977, at the age of 34. Her death remains unsolved. Despite her short career, Rocha is still remembered today as one of Brazil's most talented and enigmatic actresses.

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Márcia Mendes

Márcia Mendes (December 9, 1945 Três Lagoas-April 5, 1979) was a Brazilian journalist and actor.

She graduated in journalism from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and then worked as a reporter for one of the largest Brazilian newspapers, "O Globo". Márcia was also an accomplished actor, having appeared in several Brazilian films and television shows. She was known for her strong social and political activism, and used her platform as a journalist and actor to voice her opinions on issues such as women's rights and the military dictatorship that ruled Brazil at the time. Tragically, Márcia was killed in a car accident in 1979 at the age of 33, cutting short a promising career as a journalist and actor.

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