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Laura Cardoso
Laura in Brasilia, 2006, receiving the Order of Cultural Merit, from the Ministry of Culture.
Laurinda de Jesus Cardoso

(1927-09-13) September 13, 1927 (age 92)
Years active1952–present
Spouse(s)Fernando Baleroni (1949–1980)

Laura Cardoso, artistic name of Laurinda de Jesus Cardoso Baleroni OMC (born September 13, 1927) is a Brazilian actress.

Early life

Laurinda de Jesus Cardoso was born in São Paulo, the daughter of Portuguese immigrants.[1][2] At first, the parents resisted. But when she was 15, Laura had no doubt. She decided that it was time to take the tram of history and began the career of actress of radionovelas in Radio Cosmos.


Still young, Cardoso made his debut in the Tupi TV show Tribunal do Coração (1952). She participated in telenovelas such as Um Lugar ao Sol (1959), an adaptation of Theodore Dreiser's novel by Dionísio Azevedo, and Ídolo de Pano (1975) by Teixeira Filho. At the same time, Cardoso also worked on TV Excelsior, RecordTV and TV Cultura.

After two years dedicated to the theater, in 1981, she was invited by Globo to integrate the cast of the telenovela Gilberto Braga's Brilhante.

In 1982, she starred in Ninho de Serpente and Renúncia aired by TV Bandeirantes. Back in the Globo TV, Cardoso appeared in three Walther Negrão's telenovelas: Pão-Pão, Beijo-Beijo (1983), Livre para Voar (1984) e Fera Radical (1988). After that, she made Silvio de Abreu's Rainha da Sucata (1990), and Manoel Carlos's Felicidade (1991), and three remakes of very successful telenovelas, two by Ivani Ribeiro, Mulheres de Areia (1993) and A Viagem (1994).

In 1995, Cardoso appeared in Irmãos Coragem and Gloria Perez's Explode Coração, the first telenovela filmed in Projac (today Estúdios Globo). In 1998, Cardoso starred in Vila Madalena, and after a brief passage in RecordTV, where she appeared in Marcos Lazarini's Vidas Cruzadas (2000), she returned to Globo to starred Walcyr Carrasco's A Padroeira in 2001.

She then appeared as Madalena in Esperança (2002), and in 2003 as Carmen in Chocolate com Pimenta.

In 2005, she appeared in the mini-series Hoje É Dia de Maria, Cardoso also participated in the cast of O Profeta (2006), and in Aguinaldo Silva's Duas Caras (2007). In Caminho das Índias (2009) she played the Indian Laksmi Ananda.

In 2010 she played Mariquita in Araguaia. In 2012, she starred in the role of Dorotéia, in the remake of Gabriela, an adaptation of Jorge Amado's novel, written by Walcyr Carrasco.

In 2014, she appeared in three productions of Globo: in the television series Segunda Dama and in the telenovelas Império and Boogie Oogie.



  1. ^ Felipe Abílio. "A atriz eterna" (in Portuguese). UOL. Retrieved November 6, 2017.
  2. ^ Ricky Hiraoka. "Laura Cardoso: "Quero ser a melhor"" (in Portuguese). veja sp. Retrieved November 6, 2017.

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