Brazilian movie stars died in Myocardial infarction

Here are 3 famous actresses from Brazil died in Myocardial infarction:

Aurora Miranda

Aurora Miranda (April 20, 1915 Rio de Janeiro-December 22, 2005 Leblon, Rio de Janeiro) also known as Aurora Miranda da Cunha, Aurora or Aurora Miranda of Brazil was a Brazilian singer and actor. Her children are called Gabriel Richaid and Maria Paula Richaid.

Aurora Miranda was born in Rio de Janeiro and began her career in show business at a young age. Her older sister, Carmen Miranda, was already an established performer and helped Aurora get started in the industry. Aurora went on to have a successful career as a singer and actor, appearing in numerous Brazilian films and performing in clubs and theaters in Brazil and abroad.

One of Aurora's most notable roles was in the Disney animated film "The Three Caballeros" (1944), in which she appeared alongside Donald Duck and fellow Brazilian performers José Carioca and her sister, Carmen Miranda. Aurora sang the song "Os Quindins de Yayá" in the film, which became a hit both in Brazil and abroad.

In addition to her career in entertainment, Aurora was known for her philanthropy and activism. She was involved in efforts to combat poverty in Brazil and worked with organizations that provided support and resources to women and children in need.

Aurora Miranda passed away in 2005 at the age of 90, but her legacy as a pioneering Brazilian performer and humanitarian continues to inspire people around the world.

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Véra Clouzot

Véra Clouzot (December 30, 1913 Rio de Janeiro-December 15, 1960 Paris) also known as Véra Gibson-Amado, Vera Clouzot or Amado Vera Gibson was a Brazilian actor, writer and screenwriter.

She was best known for her work in French cinema, particularly for her roles in the films Les Diaboliques (1955) and The Wages of Fear (1953). Clouzot began her acting career in Brazilian theater before moving to France in the 1940s where she continued her career in film and theater. She met her husband, director Henri-Georges Clouzot, while working on the film The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (1942) and went on to collaborate with him on several films, including Les Diaboliques which she co-wrote. Despite her success as an actor and writer, Clouzot's career was cut short by her sudden death at the age of 46.

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Glauce Rocha

Glauce Rocha (August 16, 1930 Campo Grande-October 12, 1971 São Paulo) also known as Glauce Eldde was a Brazilian actor.

She was a prominent stage and television actress, best known for her roles in several Brazilian telenovelas in the 1960s and 1970s. Rocha began her acting career on stage, before moving on to television where she quickly achieved success. Throughout her career, she appeared in popular telenovelas such as "Passo dos Ventos" and "Sangue do Meu Sangue". Rocha was widely admired for her talent as an actress and her beauty, becoming one of Brazil's most beloved stars. Despite her success, she tragically died at the age of 41 after suffering a heart attack. Rocha's legacy lives on, however, and she is still remembered as one of Brazil's greatest actors.

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