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Camilla Amado

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Name  Camilla Amado

Role  Actress
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Spouse  Carlos Eduardo Martins (m. ?–1968)
Children  Rafaela Amado, Rodrigo Amado
Parents  Gilson Amado, Henriette Amado
Movies  The Silver Cliff, As Meninas, Amelia, Prime Time Soap, The Marriage
Similar People  Stepan Nercessian, Ricardo Blat, Laila Zaid, Alice Borges, Suzana Pires

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Camilla de Hollanda Amado, whose stage name is Camilla Amado (born in 1942, Rio de Janeiro), is an actress and teacher. She is the daughter of educator Henriette Amado and Gilson Amado, founder of the defunct television station Televisão Educativa.

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Amado debuted in film in the 1970s. For her performance in the movie The Wedding, directed by Arnaldo Jabor in 1975 and based on the eponymous work of Nelson Rodrigues, Amado won the Kikito Gold award for Best Supporting Actress and the Special Jury Prize at the Gramado Festival.

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Amado was married to actor Stepan Nercessian for fourteen years.

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Television

  • 2012 – Eternal Love Love – Dona Olga
  • 2011 – Task Force – Leonor
  • 2011 – Cordel Encantado – Zefa
  • 2011 – Aline – Dona Rosa
  • 2010 – Task Force – Leonor
  • 2009 – Aline (first season) – Dona Rosa
  • 2009 – Task Force – Leonor
  • 2007 – The Big Family – Dona Isaltina
  • 2006 – Yellow Woodpecker Ranch – Queen Linden
  • 2004 – Heavy Load – Joaquina
  • 2003 – The House of the Seven Women – Aunt Angela
  • 1982 – Summer Sun – Noêmia
  • 1982 – Chico Anysio Show – Jose Maria
  • 1978 – The Leaping Cat – Sofia
  • 1972 – Time to Live
  • In Cinema

  • 1969 – A Taste of Bitter Feast
  • 1975 – Who's Afraid of Werewolf? – Iracema
  • 1975 – The Wedding
  • 1980 – Partner Adventure
  • 1995 – The Girls – Mother Alix
  • 1998 – Abolition – Princess Isabel
  • 2000 – Amelia – Oswalda
  • 2001 – Condemned to Freedom
  • 2001 – Copacabana – Miloca
  • 2008 – The Desafinados – Landlady
  • 2009 – Veronica – D. Rita
  • 2010 – Me and My Umbrella – D. Nene
  • References

    Camilla Amado Wikipedia


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