| Grande Otelo|| Actor|
| November 26, 1993, Paris, France|
Josephine Helene (m. 1974–1987), Olga Prata (m. 1954–1974), Lucia Maria Prata (m. 1941–1949)
Jose Prata, Mario Luiz Prata, Carlos Sebastiao Prata, Jaciara Prata
Macunaima, Fitzcarraldo, Vai que E Mole, Noites Cariocas, Jubiaba
Oscarito, Ankito, Costinha, Jose Prata, Joaquim Pedro de
Grande Otelo Wikipedia
Grande Otelo (October 18, 1915 – November 26, 1993) was the stage name of Brazilian actor, comedian, singer, and composer Sebastião Bernardes de Souza Prata. Otelo was born in Uberlândia, and was orphaned as a child. He kept running away from the families that adopted him; only when he took up art did his life become settled.
Grande Otelo started his film career in 1935 in the movie Noites Cariocas. He was also renowned for the comic duo he formed with Oscarito.
He died, aged 78, in Paris, France.
Noites Cariocas (1935)
Samba in Berlin (1943)
Berlin to the Samba Beat (1944)
The Terrible Twosome (1953)
Vai que É Mole (1960)
Una rosa per tutti (1967)
Carioca Tigre (1976)
Lucio Flavio (1977)