Name Maria Maya
Spouse Ernani Moraes (m. ?–2009)
|Full Name Maria Antonia Gigliotti Campos Maya|
Born June 29, 1981 (age 34) (1981-06-29) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Relatives Chico Anysio (grand-uncle) Lupe Gigliotti (grandmother) Nizo Neto (second cousin) Marcos Palmeira (second cousin) Bruno Mazzeo (second cousin)
Parents Wolf Maya, Cininha de Paula
Movies Peacetime, If I Were You 2
Siblings Gabriel Maya, Manuela Maya
Grandparents Lupe Gigliotti, Wolfrido Campos
Similar People Wolf Maya, Cininha de Paula, Lupe Gigliotti, Ernani Moraes, Jose Possi Neto
Maria Antônia Gigliotti Campos Maya (born June 29, 1981 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian actress.
Biography and career
She is the daughter of director Wolf Maya and also an actress and director Cininha de Paula, grand-niece of comedian Chico Anysio, granddaughter of Lupe Gigliotti, second cousin of comedian and actor Nizo Neto, Marcos Palmeira and Bruno Mazzeo.
Maria started in the telenovela Cara e Coroa in 1995, where he played Nádia. This was followed by Kelly Bola one of its greatest figures in Salsa e Merengue in 1996. After the novel only came back to the novels in 2003; at the time married to actor Ernani Moraes, 25 years older than she, who is separated.
At this time three did miniseries: Hilda Furacão, A Muralha and O Quinto dos Infernos. His back was in the novels Chocolate com Pimenta where did the hypochondriac Lili, doctor's secretary Paul (played by Guilherme Piva). After he made his most prominent characters, Regininha, a lush samba Senhora do Destino, 2004. In 2006 he Sandrinha in Cobras & Lagartos.
In India – A Love Story played Inês, a girl who wore weird clothes and makeup and tried to warn his parents Melissa and Ramiro, played by Christiane Torloni and Humberto Martins, about the illness of his brother, Tarso (Bruno Gagliasso). Grandfather also helped to uncover some family secrets.
In 2009, he made a cameo appearance in Tempos de Paz, of Daniel Filho. In the same year and the following year starred in two parts, Play and A Loba de Ray-ban, in which she plays Fernanda Porto, who falls for Júlia Ferraz (Christiane Torloni).
In 2011, the novel is Aquele Beijo. In 2013 returns to the novels Amor à Vida, the plot she plays the Bolivian Alejandra.