Brazilian movie stars died in Traffic collision

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Nazareth Ohana

Nazareth Ohana (November 25, 2014 Rio de Janeiro-November 25, 1978) also known as Nazareth Ohana Silva or Nazareth was a Brazilian actor and film editor. She had two children, Cristina Ohana and Cláudia Ohana.

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Nazareth Ohana began her career in the film industry as an editor for movies such as "Cidade Ameaçada" and "Crônica da Cidade Amada." She later pursued acting, appearing in films such as "Os Cafajestes" and "O Padre e a Moça." Ohana was also a prolific stage actress, performing in plays such as "São Jorge" and "Os Inimigos não Mandam Flores." She was known for her talent and versatility as an actress, often playing strong and complex female characters. Tragically, she died on her 64th birthday due to complications from a liver transplant. Her legacy lives on through her work in Brazilian cinema and theater.

In addition to her successful career in film and theater, Nazareth Ohana was also a writer and translator. She wrote several plays and translated works from French to Portuguese, including the influential work "Manifesto Surrealista" by André Breton. Ohana was also active in political activism, and participated in the student movement in Brazil during the 1960s. She was a member of the Communist Party and used her platform as an actress to speak out against oppression and social injustice. Ohana remains an icon of Brazilian cinema and theater, and is remembered for her contributions to Brazilian culture and her bravery in speaking out against injustice.

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