Brazilian movie stars died in Lymphoma

Here are 1 famous actresses from Brazil died in Lymphoma:

Thaís de Andrade

Thaís de Andrade (February 9, 1957 São Paulo-April 26, 1996 São Paulo) was a Brazilian actor. She had one child, Verdiana de Andrade.

Thaís began her acting career at the age of 17 when she was discovered by a producer on a bus ride to school. She quickly became a prominent figure in Brazilian soap operas, appearing in beloved programs such as "Roque Santeiro" and "Tieta." Thaís was known for her versatile acting skills, seamlessly transitioning between dramatic and comedic roles.

In addition to her work on television, Thaís had success on the stage and in films. She won the Shell Award for Best Supporting Actress in the play "O Viajante," and starred in the critically acclaimed film "Os Trapalhões e o Rei do Futebol."

Tragically, Thaís was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1995 and passed away the following year at the age of 39. Her legacy as a talented and well-respected actress lives on in Brazil.

Thaís de Andrade was not only known for her acting skills, but also for her beauty and charisma. She was often considered a sex symbol in Brazil during the 1980s and 1990s. Thaís was also an advocate for social causes and participated in campaigns against domestic violence and for the rights of women. She was married to actor Paulo Figueiredo for four years, and the couple appeared together in several productions. Thaís' sudden death at a young age was a shock to the Brazilian entertainment industry and her fans. She is still remembered and celebrated for her contributions to Brazilian culture and her impact on the country's entertainment industry.

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