Brazilian movie actresses died in the year 2004

Here are 2 famous actresses from Brazil died in 2004:

Lélia Abramo

Lélia Abramo (February 8, 1911 São Paulo-April 9, 2004 São Paulo) was a Brazilian actor.

Lélia Abramo was born in São Paulo, Brazil on February 8, 1911. She grew up in a family of artists, which inspired her love for the entertainment industry. She began her career as an actress in the 1930s, working in several theater productions. In the 1940s, she started working in movies, becoming a prominent figure of the Brazilian Cinema Novo movement.

Lélia's work as an actor was particularly inspired by Italian neorealism, and she brought this cinematic style to Brazil. She worked with many major directors, including Glauber Rocha, Nelson Pereira dos Santos, and Leon Hirszman. Her performances were known for their nuanced emotional depth and realism, portraying complex and flawed characters with grace and sensitivity.

Aside from her work on stage and in film, Lélia was also an active member of the communist party and an advocate for workers' rights. She continued to work in theater and film throughout the 20th century, earning numerous awards and accolades for her contributions to Brazilian culture. She passed away on April 9, 2004 in São Paulo, leaving behind a legacy as one of Brazil's most talented and beloved actors.

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Miriam Pires

Miriam Pires (April 20, 1927 Rio de Janeiro-September 7, 2004 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Myrian de Souza Pires, Myriam Pires or Míriam Pires was a Brazilian actor.

She began her career in the theater, working with renowned Brazilian directors like Eugênio Kusnet and Ziembinski. In the 1950s, she transitioned to television, becoming one of the most important actresses of the time. She starred in many popular Brazilian telenovelas, including "O Machão", "O Espigão", and "Dulcinéa vai à guerra".

Pires also appeared in several Brazilian films, including "O Homem do Sputnik" (1959), "Um Candango na Belacap" (1961), and "O Homem Nu" (1968). In addition to acting, she was also a singer and released several albums throughout her career.

Pires was known for her versatility and ability to portray a wide range of characters, from strong and independent women to vulnerable and emotional ones. She won several awards for her work, including the Best Actress award at the Brasília Film Festival for her role in "A Estrela Sobe" (1974).

She passed away in 2004 at the age of 77, leaving behind a rich legacy in Brazilian theater, television, and film.

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