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John Herbert (actor)

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John Herbert
Born
John Herbert Buckup

(1929-05-17)May 17, 1929
São Paulo, Brazil
DiedJanuary 26, 2011(2011-01-26) (aged 81)
São Paulo, Brazil
OccupationActor, director, producer
Years active1953–2009

John Herbert (May 17, 1929 – January 26, 2011) was a Brazilian actor, director and producer.[1]

Herbert was born John Herbert Buckup in São Paulo. He appeared in numerous soap operas and telenovelas for Globo TV, making his last appearance in the 2008 series, Três Irmãs.[1]

Herbert died from complications of pulmonary emphysema in São Paulo on January 26, 2011, at the age of 81.[1] He had been hospitalized for the condition since January 5, 2011.[1] Herbert was survived by his wife, Claudia Librach, and their two children.[1] He had previously been married to Brazilian actress Eva Wilma,[1] with whom he had two children, Vivian and John Jr.

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Selected filmography

  • A Flea on the Scales (1953) - Alberto
  • Candinho (1954) - Quincas
  • O Petróleo é Nosso (1954) - Sílvio
  • Floradas na Serra (1954) - Flávio
  • Matar ou Correr (1954) - Bill
  • A Outra Face do Homem (1954)
  • Rio Fantasia (1956) - Carlos
  • Escravos do Amor das Amazonas (1957) - Hotel Desk Clerk
  • Dioguinho (1957)
  • E O Espetáculo Continua (1958) - Renato
  • Alegria de Viver (1958) - Gilberto
  • A Grande Vedete (1958) - Paulo
  • Maria 38 (1959) - Chico
  • A Moça do Quarto 13 (Girl in Room 13) (1960) - Police Captain
  • Por Um Céu de Liberdade (1961)
  • Assassinato em Copacabana (1962) - Humberto
  • Copacabana Palace (1962)
  • Gimba, Presidente dos Valentes (1963) - Repórter
  • Mulher Satânica (1964)
  • Toda Donzela Tem Um Pai Que É Uma Fera (1966) - Porfírio
  • As Cariocas (1966) - Cid
  • O Caso dos Irmãos Naves (1967) - Defense lawyer
  • Bebel, Garota Propaganda (1968) - Marcos
  • Helga und die Männer - Die sexuelle Revolution (1969) - Carlos
  • O Cangaceiro Sanguinário (1969) - Cisso
  • Corisco, O Diabo Loiro (1969) - Bem-te-vi
  • O Palácio dos Anjos (1970) - Carlos Eduardo
  • Em Cada Coração um Punhal (1970) - (segments "Transplante de Mãe" and "O Filho da Televisão")
  • Cleo e Daniel (1970) - Rudolf Fluegel
  • A Guerra dos Pelados (1970)
  • A Arte de Amar Bem (1970) - Iseu (segment "A Garçonière de Meu Marido")
  • Capitão Bandeira Contra o Dr. Moura Brasil (1971)
  • Nem Santa Nem Donzela (1973)
  • A Super Fêmea (1973)
  • As Delícias da Vida (1974) - Esteves
  • O Sexo Mora ao Lado (1975) - João
  • Cada um Dá o que Tem (1975) - Otávio (segment "Cartão de Crédito")
  • O Quarto da Viúva (1976)
  • Já Não Se Faz Amor Como Antigamente (1976) - Macedo (segment "Noivo, O") and Alvaro (segment "Flor de Lys")
  • Meus Homens, Meus Amores (1978)
  • A Santa Donzela (1978)
  • O Bem Dotado - O Homem de Itu (1978) - Himself
  • O Caçador de Esmeraldas (1979)
  • Ariella (1980) - Diogo
  • O Inseto do Amor (1980) - Aristocrata Moura
  • O Gosto do Pecado (1980) - Enéas
  • Bacanal (1980)
  • O Torturador (1981)
  • Tessa, a Gata (1982)
  • Retrato Falado de uma Mulher Sem Pudor (1982) - Johnny Gravatinha
  • Deu Veado na Cabeça (1982)
  • As Aventuras de Mário Fofoca (1982)
  • Amor de Perversão (1982)
  • Jeitosa, Um Assunto Muito Particular (1984)
  • Os Bons Tempos Voltaram, Vamos Gozar Outra Vez (1985) - Fernando (segment "Sábado Quente")
  • Made in Brazil (1985) - (segment "Um Milagre Brasileiro")
  • As Sete Vampiras (1986) - Rogério
  • A Menina do Lado (1987) - Padrasto de Alice / Alice's stepfather
  • Per sempre (1991)
  • Drama Urbano (1998)
  • A Hora Mágica (1999) - Jorge
  • Malhação (1995-2005, TV Series) - Nabuco / Horácio
  • Onde Andará Dulce Veiga? (2008) - Apresentador de TV

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Ator John Hebert morre aos 81 anos". Folha. Correia do Estado. 2011-01-13. Retrieved 2011-01-25.

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