Brazilian movie actresses died in the year 1982

Here are 3 famous actresses from Brazil died in 1982:

Marisa Prado

Marisa Prado (December 26, 1930 Araçatuba-February 12, 1982 Cairo) otherwise known as Marissa Prado or Olga Castenaro was a Brazilian actor.

She was best known for her contribution to Egyptian cinema during the 1950s and 1960s. Prado began her acting career in Brazil and appeared in a number of films before moving to Egypt in the late 1940s. She quickly became a popular actress in Egyptian cinema, starring in more than 70 films over the course of her career. Prado was known for her beauty and her versatility as an actress, and she played a wide range of roles throughout her career. She appeared in dramas, comedies, and musicals, and was known for her ability to bring depth and nuance to her performances. Despite her success in Egypt, Prado never forgot her Brazilian roots and remained connected to her home country throughout her life.

Almery Steves

Almery Steves (October 28, 1904 Jaboatão dos Guararapes-December 24, 1982 Olinda) a.k.a. Maria Torreão was a Brazilian actor.

Almery Steves rose to fame in the 1930s and went on to become one of Brazil's most beloved actors. She starred in numerous films, including "O Despertar da Montanha" and "O Açúcar", and was known for her talent, versatility, and charming personality. In addition to her successful film career, Steves was also a celebrated theater actress and appeared in numerous plays throughout her career. Despite her success, she remained humble and dedicated to her craft until her passing in 1982. Today, she is remembered as one of Brazil's most talented and beloved actors of all time.

Márcia de Windsor

Márcia de Windsor (October 3, 1933 Ouro Preto-August 4, 1982 São Paulo) otherwise known as Márcia do Couto Barreto was a Brazilian actor. She had one child, Arlindo Barreto.

Márcia began her career in the arts as a ballet dancer and eventually transitioned into acting. She appeared in a number of Brazilian films and television shows in the 1950s and 1960s, including the acclaimed drama "Terra em Transe" (Earth Entranced) directed by Glauber Rocha. In addition to her acting career, Márcia was also known for her beauty and grace, and was crowned Miss Brazil in 1955. However, her life was tragically cut short at the age of 48 due to complications from diabetes. Despite her relatively brief career, Márcia is remembered as a significant figure in Brazilian cinema and culture.

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