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Nom de naissance José Pereira de Abreu Júnior
Nationalité Bresil
Naissance 24 mai 1946 (74 ans) à Santa Rita do Passa Quatro (Bresil)

José Pereira de Abreu Júnior (May 24, 1944 in Santa Rita do Passa Quatro) is a Brazilian actor.


Born in the city of Santa Rita do Passa Quatro, in the state of São Paulo, with fourteen years of age he moves to the state's capital, São Paulo city, working as a lab assistant and office-boy for a law firm.

In 1967, while studying law at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, he begins his theater career at the Teatro da Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, with the play Morte e Vida Severina by João Cabral de Melo Neto and Chico Buarque.

A year later, he was starring in movies, but his career came to a quick halt because of his political activism. Abreu was arrested during a meeting of the União Nacional dos Estudantes, belonged to the Ação Popular and gave logistical support to the Vanguarda Armada Revolucionária Palmares, a leftist group that fought against the military regime. He would also join the hippie movement during that time, in contrast with his militaristic actions.

Forced into exile in Europe in 1968, he returns in 1974 to live in Pelotas, state of Rio Grande do Sul, his wife's homeland. They both teach at the federal university in that city, but soon move to Porto Alegre, where he produces musicals and stars in child plays. It's his, alongside his wife, the first staging of the musical Os Saltimbancos in that state.

Then, after the success of the movie A Intrusa (The Intruder) (1979), filmed in Uruguaiana, RS, he starts working as an actor in TV Globo's soap-operas.

In 2006 he partners with director Luiz Arthur Nunes to create Fala, Zé!, a theatrical monologue in which he critically reflects on his generation, crossing biography and fiction.

In 2011 he plays Milton in the soap-opera Insensato Coração and, in 2012, the character Nilo in Avenida Brasil.

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Filmographie de José de Abreu (4 films)

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Mon bel oranger, 1h39
Origine Bresil
Genres Drame
Acteurs José de Abreu, Caco Ciocler
Rôle Portuga
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Zézé, un petit garçon précoce et sensible de presque huit ans dans le film (six ans dans le livre original), vit dans une famille pauvre. Battu par son père, il rencontre un homme aisé qui le prend d'affection. Il aime raconter des histoires, et se réfugie sous un oranger à qui il peut se confier.
O Tempo e o Vento, 1h55
Origine Bresil
Genres Drame, Guerre, Historique
Acteurs Thiago Lacerda, Marjorie Estiano, Fernanda Montenegro, Cléo Pires, Mayana Moura, Vanessa Lóes
Rôle Ricardo Amaral
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Based on the novel's trilogy of the same name, by Erico Verissimo, Time and the Wind follows 150 years of family Terra Cambará and their opponent Amaral family. The history of struggles between the two families begins in the missions and runs until the end of the 19th century. The film also features the period of formation of the State of Rio Grande do Sul and the dispute of territory between the Portuguese and Spanish crowns.
Luz del Fuego, 1h42
Réalisé par David Neves
Origine Bresil
Genres Drame, Biographie, Comédie
Acteurs Lucélia Santos, Walmor Chagas, Joel Barcellos, Helber Rengel, Ítala Nandi, José de Abreu
Rôle Mestre de cerimônias
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Present day Guanabara Bay. Former senator João Gaspar (Walmor Chagas) is on his way to Ilha do Sol, the retreat of Luz del Fuego who was assassinated back in 1967. He tells his nurse about his days with Luz, how they met in the late 1940s and how she became his protégée in the following years.