Brazilian movie actresses died in the year 2012

Here are 3 famous actresses from Brazil died in 2012:

Hebe Camargo

Hebe Camargo (March 8, 1929 Taubaté-September 29, 2012 São Paulo) also known as Hebe Maria Monteiro de Camargo Ravagnani, Rainha da TV Brasileira, Loiruda or Hebe Maria Monteiro de Camargo was a Brazilian presenter, actor and singer. Her child is called Marcelo Capuano.

Hebe Camargo began her career in the 1940s as a radio host and later transitioned to television in the 1950s. She quickly became a popular figure in Brazilian entertainment, known for her flamboyant fashion sense and charismatic personality. Hebe is considered to be one of the pioneers of Brazilian talk show hosting and her show, "Hebe", ran for over 40 years.

Aside from her career in television, Hebe Camargo also dabbled in acting and music. She recorded several albums throughout her career and even won a Latin Grammy for her 2004 album, "Hebe Mulher." She also appeared in several Brazilian films and soap operas.

Hebe was beloved by audiences for her warmth and humor, as well as her advocacy for breast cancer awareness after her own battle with the disease in the 1990s. She passed away in 2012 at the age of 83, leaving behind a lasting legacy in Brazilian entertainment.

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Thelma Reston

Thelma Reston (July 6, 1939 Piracanjuba-December 20, 2012 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Thelma Salim Reston or Telma Reston was a Brazilian actor.

She began her acting career in the 1960s with the movie "The Guns" and appeared in over 30 films throughout her career. Reston was also a talented stage actress and starred in several theater productions, including "My Fair Lady" and "The Merry Widow". In addition to her acting work, she also served as a drama teacher and was known for her dedication to helping young actors develop their craft. Reston was recognized for her contribution to Brazilian theater and film and was awarded the Medalha Pedro Ernesto by the city of Rio de Janeiro in 1999.

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Regina Maria Dourado

Regina Maria Dourado (August 22, 1953 Irecê-October 27, 2012 Salvador) also known as Regina Dourado or Regina Maria Nascimento Dourado was a Brazilian actor. She had one child, Leonardo Dourado.

Regina Maria Dourado began her career in the arts as a ballerina, but soon shifted her focus to acting. She rose to prominence in the 1970s, working in both film and television. She was known for her versatile performances, and her ability to bring depth and nuance to a wide range of roles.

One of Dourado's most notable performances was in the television series "Roque Santeiro," which aired in the mid-1980s. She played the character Porcina, a wealthy and powerful woman who becomes involved in a love triangle with two other characters. Dourado's nuanced portrayal of Porcina won her critical acclaim and established her as one of Brazil's top actors.

Throughout her career, Dourado continued to work in both film and television, appearing in a number of popular productions. She was also a well-respected theater actor, and won several awards for her stage work.

Dourado's life was tragically cut short in 2012, when she passed away at the age of 59 after a battle with cancer. Her legacy lives on, however, through her work in the arts, which continues to inspire and captivate audiences around the world.

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