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Shaolin (humorist)

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Nationality  Brazilian
Genres  Satire

Name  Francisco Veloso
Role  Cartoonist
Parents  Elita Maria de Lacerda
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Birth name  Francisco Jozenilton Veloso
Born  May 8, 1971 (age 44) Coremas, Paraiba,  Brazil (1971-05-08)
Children  Lucas Henrique Veloso, Gabriela Veloso
Similar People  Ana Hickmann, Tiririca, Pedro Manso

Francisco Jozenilton Veloso (8 May 1971 – 14 January 2016), better known by his pseudonym and stage name Shaolin, was a Brazilian cartoonist, caricaturist, humorist, comedian and media presenter.

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Biography

He was born in Coremas, Paraíba. He started his career at the Teatro Municipal Severino Cabral in Campina Grande. He also worked as a presenter on Rádio Campina Grande and drew cartoons for the newspapers A Palavra, Jornal da Paraíba and Revista Nordeste.

Shows

His best-known shows are Domingão do Faustão, Show do Tom; and most recently Tudo è Possível ("All is possible") with Ana Hickmann, in which he satirized Brazilian celebrities, for example Leonardo, Joelma (singer in the duo Banda Calypso) and Zezé di Camargo.

Accident

On 19 January 2011, Shaolin was seriously injured in a traffic accident when his car collided with a truck in Campina Grande on the highway BR-230.

Until May he remained in a coma in intensive care, and then left hospital to go home although he had not recovered from his injuries.

In September 2012 he began communicating again using movements of his eyelid helped by a machine.

Family

In December 1994 he married Laudiceia Veloso, with whom he had two children.

Death

On 14 January 2016, Shaolin died following a myocardial infarction.

References

Shaolin (humorist) Wikipedia


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