Brazilian movie actresses died in the year 1990

Here are 2 famous actresses from Brazil died in 1990:

Elizete Cardoso

Elizete Cardoso (July 16, 1920 Rio de Janeiro-May 7, 1990 Rio de Janeiro) otherwise known as Elizeth Cardoso, Eliseth Cardoso or Cardoso, Elizete was a Brazilian singer and actor.

She is considered one of the greatest interpreters of Brazilian Popular Music (MPB) and is known for her distinctive voice and emotional delivery. Elizete began her career in the 1940s, and in 1958 she released the album "Canção do Amor Demais", which featured the music of Tom Jobim and the lyrics of Vinicius de Moraes. This album is considered a landmark in the history of Brazilian music and helped to launch the bossa nova movement. Over the course of her career, Elizete recorded over 40 albums, and her repertoire included samba, bossa nova, and jazz. She also acted in several films and TV shows. Elizete Cardoso died of lung cancer at the age of 69 in Rio de Janeiro.

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Laura Suarez

Laura Suarez (November 21, 1909 Rio de Janeiro-November 27, 1990 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian actor and singer.

She began her career at the age of 18, performing in various theatrical productions in Rio de Janeiro. Suarez gained popularity in the 1930s and 1940s for her performances in radio dramas and musicals. She was known for her powerful voice and her ability to convey emotion through her singing.

In addition to her work in theater and radio, Suarez also acted in several Brazilian films, including the acclaimed 1947 movie O Cangaceiro. She continued to perform throughout her life, both on stage and on screen, and was beloved by audiences in Brazil and beyond for her talent and charisma.

Suarez was also known for her philanthropic work, and was a vocal advocate for children's rights and education. She established a foundation in her name to support disadvantaged children in Brazil, and her legacy lives on through the continued work of the Laura Suarez Foundation.

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