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Myrian Muniz (October 28, 1931 Cambuci-December 18, 2004 São Paulo) a.k.a. Myriam Muniz de Melo or Miriam Muniz was a Brazilian actor, theatre director and professor. She had two children, Marcelo de Melo Zilber and Rodrigo de Melo Zilber.
Muniz started her career in the arts as a radio actress and later became involved in theatre, working with influential directors such as Augusto Boal and Gianni Ratto. She was a founding member of the Arena Theatre in São Paulo, where she directed and acted in numerous plays. Muniz was also a professor of theatre at the Escola de Comunicações e Artes at the University of São Paulo, where she became renowned for her innovative teaching methods. Throughout her career, Muniz received numerous awards and accolades for her contributions to Brazilian theatre and culture. She was a strong advocate for political and social change and used her art to promote discussions and reflections on these issues. Muniz passed away at the age of 73, leaving behind a legacy as an influential figure in Brazilian theatre and education.
Myrian Muniz was born in the city of Cambuci, located in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She discovered her passion for the arts early on, and after her debut on radio as an actress, she pursued her career in the theatre. Muniz participated in several important productions throughout her career, including "Eles Não Usam Black-tie," which garnered her critical acclaim for her role as Otávia.
In addition to her work in theatre and education, Muniz also worked in television and film. She appeared in several Brazilian movies, including "Toda Nudez Será Castigada" and "A Terra é Nossa". Muniz was also known for her work as a dubbing actress and lent her voice to several foreign productions.
Throughout her career, Muniz faced challenges due to the political climate of Brazil during the military dictatorship. Despite this, she remained a vocal advocate for social justice and continued to use her art to promote discussions on important issues.
Myrian Muniz's contributions to Brazilian theatre and education continue to inspire future generations, and her legacy as an important figure in the arts lives on.