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Antônio Fagundes

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Antônio Fagundes
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Born
Antônio da Silva Fagundes Filho

(1949-04-18) April 18, 1949 (age 70)
OccupationActor
Years active1968-present

Antônio da Silva Fagundes Filho (born April 18, 1949) is a Brazilian actor,[1][2] renowned for his several performances in theater, film and television, where he frequently works in soap operas.

Biography

Fagundes was born in the city of Rio de Janeiro but moved with his parents to São Paulo at the age of eight and has lived there for over 30 years. He discovered his gift for the theater from the setting of stage plays made in the Rio Branco School, where he studied. He debuted on television in 1969 on the soap opera Nenhum Homem é Deus, at TV Tupi. Fagundes began on Rede Globo in 1976, on the telenovela Saramandaia. He also served for several years as protagonist of the series Carga Pesada, from 1979 to 1981, and from 2003 to 2007. The actor has four children: one (Bruno Fagundes), with his ex-wife Mara Carvalho, the other three (Dinah Abujamra Fagundes, Antonio Fagundes Neto and Diana Fagundes Abujamra), fruits of his 15-year marriage to actress Clarisse Abujamra.

Career

Television

Year Title Role
1968 Antonio Maria
1969 Nenhum Homem é Deus Netinho
1972 A Revolta dos Anjos Vítor
1973 Mulheres de Areia Alaor
1974 O Machão Petruchio
1972 Bel-Ami Cadu
1976 Saramandaia Lua Viana
1977 Nina Bruno
1978 Dancin' Days Cacá
Caso Especial: Jorge, um Brasileiro Jorge
1979–81 Carga Pesada Pedro Alves Gomes Melo Vargas de Carvalho Silva
1981 É Proibido Colar Himself
Amizade Colorida Edu
1982 Avenida Paulista Alex Torres
Caso Verdade: Filhos da Esperança Jasper Palmer
1983 Champagne João Maria
Louco Amor Jorge Augusto
1984 Corpo a Corpo Osmar
1988 Vale Tudo Ivan Meireles
1990 Rainha da Sucata Caio Szimanski
1991 Mundo da Lua Rogério Silva
O Dono do Mundo Felipe Barreto
1992 Você Decide
1993 Renascer José Inocêncio
1994 A Viagem Otávio César Jordão
1995 Engraçadinha: Seus Amores e Seus Pecados Dr. Bergamini
A Comédia da Vida Privada Beto
A Próxima Vítima Astrogildo
1996 O Rei do Gado Bruno Mezenga / Antônio Mezenga
1998 Labirinto Ricardo Velasco
1997 Por Amor Atílio
1999 Terra Nostra Gumercindo
2001 Porto dos Milagres Félix Guerrero / Bartolomeu Guerrero
2002 Esperança Giuliano
Brava Gente José
Vale todo Salvador
2003–07 Carga Pesada Pedro da Boléia
2005 Mad Maria Ministro Juvenal de Castro
2007 Duas Caras Juvenal Antena
2008 Negócio da China Ernesto Dumas
2010 Tempos Modernos Leal Cordeiro
As Cariocas Osca (Coco)
2011 Insensato Coração Raul Brandão
2012 Gabriela Coronel Ramiro
2013–14 Amor à Vida Cesar Khoury Bastos[3]
2014 Meu Pedacinho de Chão Giácomo Brunneto[4]
2016 Velho Chico Afrânio de Sá Ribeiro[5]
2017 Dois Irmãos Halim

Stage

  • 1964 - A ceia dos cardeais
  • 1966 - Atlantic’s queen
  • 1969 - Hair (musical), by Gerome Ragni and James Rado
  • 1969 - "O Cão Siamês"
  • Arena canta Tiradentes, by Augusto Boal and Gianfrancesco Guarnieri
  • Feira paulista de opinião
  • A resistível ascensão de Arturo Ui
  • Castro Alves pede passagem
  • 1975 - "Muro de Arrimo", Antonio Abujamra
  • 1980 - Pelo telefone
  • 1981 - "O Homem Elefante", de Bernard Pomerance
  • 1982 - "Morte Acidental de um Anarquista", by Dario Fo
  • 1983 - "Xandu Quaresma", de Chico de Assis
  • 1985 - Cyrano de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand, direction of Flavio Rangel
  • 1986 - Carmen com filtro, direção de Gerald Thomas
  • 1988 - Fragmentos de um discurso amoroso, de Roland Brthes, direction de Ulisses Cruz
  • 1989 - "O País dos Elefantes", de Louis Charles Sirjacq
  • 1990 - "Muro de Arrimo"
  • 1990 - "História do Soldado", de Gerome Ragni e James Rado
  • 1992 - Macbeth
  • 1994 - Vida privada, de Mara Carvalho
  • 1996 - Oleanna, by David Mamet
  • 1999 - Últimas luas, by Furio Bordon, direction of Jorge Takla
  • 2002 - Sete minutos, of his authorship, direction of Bibi Ferreira
  • 2005 - As Mulheres da Minha Vida
  • 2008 - Restos
  • 2012 - " Vermelho ", by John Logan, direction of Jorge Takla (w/Bruno Fagundes)

Film

Awards and Nominations

  • 1985 - Molière Award, best drama actor for Cyrano de Bergerac.
  • 1988 - Rio Cine Festival, Best Actor (film) by The Lady from the Shanghai Cinema
  • 1988 - Molière Award, best drama actor for Fragments of a Loving Speech.
  • 1991 - Press Trophy, best TV actor for The World Owner.
  • 1992 - Festival Internacional del Cine (Cartagena de las Indias), best film actor for The Body.
  • 1993 - APCA Trophy, best TV actor for Renascer.
  • 1993 - Press Trophy, best TV actor for Renascer.
  • 1997 - Contigo Award! - Best TV actor for For Love '.
  • 1999 - Award of the Culture House in Rome theater
  • 1999 - Brazil Quality Award, Best Actor of theater and television for the body of work.
  • 1999 - APCA Trophy, best drama actor for Latest Luas.
  • 2000 - Trophy Super Cap de Ouro, TV Terra Nostra.
  • 2001 - Quality Award Brazil, RJ - best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres.
  • 2001 - Quality Award Brazil, SP - best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres.
  • 2001 - Best of the Year, Domingão Faustão - best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres.
  • 2001 - Contigo Award! - Best TV actor for Porto dos Milagres.
  • 2008 - Quality Award Brazil - best TV actor for Two Face.
  • 2008 - Trophy Super Cap de Ouro, TV Two Faces.
  • 2012 - Award Applause Brazil Theatre - Best Actor for "Red"

References

  1. ^ DOMINGUEZ, ROBERT (April 28, 2000). "Middle-agers go Brazil nuts for each other in 'Bossa Nova'". Daily News. Retrieved 12 April 2011.
  2. ^ Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata (2004). Charlie Chan is dead 2: at home in the world : an anthology of contemporary Asian American fiction. Penguin. p. 498. ISBN 978-0-14-200390-9. Retrieved 12 April 2011.
  3. ^ http://redeglobo.globo.com/novidades/noticia/2012/03/gabriela-juliana-paes-e-humberto-martins-estao-em-versao-de-novela.htmlinserir[permanent dead link] fonte aqui
  4. ^ "Antônio Fagundes emendará uma novela na outra e fará Meu Pedacinho de Chão". Entretenimento (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on 3 February 2014. Retrieved 27 March 2016.
  5. ^ "Carol Castro começa a gravar 'Velho Chico' no Carnaval e comemora: 'Muito trabalho!". Gshow Globo (in Portuguese). Retrieved 27 March 2016.
  6. ^ Cinemateca Brasileira O Menino Arco-Íris - A Infância de Jesus Cristo [em linha]

External links

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