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Filipe Melo

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Nationality  Portuguese
Height  1.83 m
Area(s)  Writer
Spouse  Roberta Nagel
Name  Filipe Melo
Salary  3.3 million EUR (2013)
Role  Footballer

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Born  September 13, 1977 (age 38) Lisbon, Portugal (1977-09-13)
Notable works  The Adventures of Dog Mendonca and Pizzaboy
Current team  Inter Milan (#83 / Midfielder)
Children  Pietra Melo, David Melo, Lineker Melo, Luke Melo
Similar People  Fernando Muslera, Wesley Sneijder, Selcuk Inan, Burak Yilmaz, Stevan Jovetic
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Filipe Melo is a Portuguese musician, film director and comic book writer.

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Music

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An accomplished jazz pianist, Melo studied at the Hotclube in Lisbon and at the Berklee College of Music, in Boston. In Portugal, he did sideman work for many international musicians including Benny Golson, Seamus Blake, Jorge Rossy, John Ellis, Omer Avital, Peter Bernstein, Donald Harrison, Jesse Davis, Paulinho Braga, Sheila Jordan, Herb Geller and Martin Taylor.

Films

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His first short film was I'll See You in My Dreams, winner of Fantasporto, a nominee for the Méliès d'Argent and 12 more international awards. I'll see you in my dreams is now considered to be the first Portuguese zombie film. He wrote and directed "Um Mundo Catita" with Manuel João Vieira, a TV show in 6 episodes, and also directed 2 music videos for the band Moonspell.

Comic Books

Melo wrote The Adventures of Dog Mendonça & Pizzaboy, a series of three graphic novels published by Tinta-da-China and Dark Horse Comics. The books feature forewords from legendary filmmakers John Landis, George A. Romero, Tobe Hooper and Lloyd Kaufman. He frequently works with Argentinian artists Juan Cavia and Santiago Villa. In 2012 he was invited to write a story for the Eisner winning anthology Dark Horse Presents, also featuring works by Frank Miller and Mike Mignola.

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