| Imara dos Reis Conceição|
February 14, 1948 (age 69) (1948-02-14) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Família Vende Tudo, The Long Haul, Romance, Vera, The Strongest
Alain Fresnot, Sergio Bianchi, Arrigo Barnabé, Ricky Mastro
Imara dos Reis Ferreira (born February 14, 1948) better known as Imara Reis, is a Brazilian stage, television and film actress.
Imara Reis began acting on stage at Colégio Santa Marcelina. She's Graduated by the Universidade Federal Fluminense, where she also graduated at Theater, in the Grupo Laboratório, alongside Tonico Pereira and José Carlos Gondim. In 1973, invited by Tonico Pereira, Imara becomes a member of Grupo Chegança, whose notorious members are Ilva Niño, Elba Ramalho and Tânia Alves. In the late 1970s, on travel to France, she played Sílvia in her first short film of the same name, directed by Helena Rocha. In 2010, her biography, written by Thiago Sogayar Bechara. was published by the Imprensa Oficial do Estado de São Paulo.
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