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Gero Camilo

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Years active  1995–present
Name  Gero Camilo
Role  Actor

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Born  December 18, 1970 (age 44) (1970-12-18) Fortaleza, Brazil
Occupation  Actor, dramatist, singer-songwriter, poet
Albums  Cancoes de Invento, Megatamainho
Nominations  Grande Premio do Cinema Brasileiro for Best Supporting Actor
Movies  Carandiru, Federal Bank Heist, City of God, Man on Fire, Brainstorm
Similar People  Caco Ciocler, Milhem Cortaz, Hector Babenco, Charles Paraventi, Vinicius de Oliveira

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Gero Camilo (born Paulo Rogério da Silva on December 18, 1970) is a Brazilian actor, dramatist, singer-songwriter and poet. Descedant of Indigenous, African, Portuguese, and Dutch people, he was born in Fortaleza, Ceará from parents of Acopiara. He was a militant of Liberation theology in Ceará, where he started to act in amateur theater when he was 19 years old. In 1994, he entered the School of Dramatic Art of University of São Paulo, acting on university productions, and concluded the course four years later.

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Selected filmography

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Films
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  • Brainstorm (2000)
  • Behind the Sun (2001)
  • Maids (2001)
  • City of God (2002)
  • Madame Satã (2002)
  • Carandiru (2003)
  • Man on Fire (2004)
  • Assalto ao Banco Central (2011)
  • I'd Receive the Worst News from Your Beautiful Lips (2011)
  • Gabriela (2012)

  • Gero Camilo Entrevista Exclusiva com Gero Camilo Filmes Cinema
    Telenovelas, series and miniseries

    Discography

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  • Canções de Invento (2008)
  • Megatamainho (2014)

  • Gero Camilo MAKING OF GRAVAO SEGUNDO LBUM DE GERO CAMILO YouTube

    Gero Camilo Revista Cult Van Gogh por Gero Camilo Revista Cult

    References

    Gero Camilo Wikipedia