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Name  Dias Gomes

Role  Playwright
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Died  May 18, 1999, Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Spouse  Bernadeth Lyzio (m. 1989–1999), Janete Clair (m. 1950–1983)
Children  Mayra Dias Gomes, Denise Emmer, Luana Dias Gomes, Guilherme Dias Gomes, Alfredo Dias Gomes, Marcos Plinio
Parents  Plinio Alves Dias Gomes, Alice Ribeiro
Movies and TV shows  O Bem‑Amado, Roque Santeiro, The Given Word
Similar People  Janete Clair, Aguinaldo Silva, Paulo Gracindo, Anselmo Duarte, Lima Duarte

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Alfredo de Freitas Dias Gomes ([ˈdʒiɐʒ ˈɡõmiʃ]) (19 October 1922 – 18 May 1999) was a Brazilian playwright.

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He was born on October 19, 1922 in Salvador, Bahia. He started writing plays at age 15 and later wrote soap operas. He wrote the first ever colored soap opera in Brazilian television, and the one with the highest rating of all time. He was also a writer of numerous Brazilian TV shows, miniseries, and a few movies. Keeper of Promises was the first ever Brazilian movie to be nominated for an Oscar, and the only South American to ever win the Golden Palm in Cannes. In 1950 he married Brazilian telenovelist Janete Clair and in their 33 years of marriage they had three children. She died in 1983 and six years later he remarried, to Bernadeth Lyzio. With her he had two daughters, Mayra Dias Gomes, a writer, and Luana Dias Gomes, a student of Economics at Stanford University. He died in a car accident in São Paulo, in 1999.

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Main works

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  • Keeper of Promises
  • A Revolução dos Beatos
  • O Santo Inquérito
  • O Bem Amado
  • O Rei de Ramos
  • Roque Santeiro
  • A Ponte dos Suspiros
  • Verão Vermelho
  • Assim na Terra como no Céu
  • Bandeira 2
  • O Espigão
  • Saramandaia
  • Sinal de Alerta
  • Expresso Brasil
  • Mandala
  • Araponga
  • As Noivas de Copacabana
  • Irmãos Coragem
  • Decadência
  • Fim do Mundo

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    References

    Dias Gomes Wikipedia


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