Alexandre Frota

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Alexandre Frota
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Alexandre Frota posing with a rainbow flag at a G Magazine event in 2006.
Born (1963-10-14) October 14, 1963 (age 50)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Occupation Actor
Model
TV Personality
Years active 1984-present
Children Mayã Gondim Frota de Andrade
Parents Antônio Carlos de Andrade
Lais Frota

Alexandre Frota de Andrade (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 14, 1963) is a Brazilian actor and ex-model.

Career[edit]

His acting career begin in various telenovelas on the Globo TV Network (Rede Globo) and in Brazilian films.

He participated on the Brazilian TV reality show "House of Artists" (Casa dos Artistas) on the SBT network, along with Brazilian rock musician Supla. He also appeared in the "Celebrity Farm" (Quinta das Celebridades) reality show in Portugal where he reached second place, first place being awarded to the controversial José Castelo Branco. Both of these shows were variations on the Big Brother theme. While in Portugal Alexandre Frota appeared in the theatrical spectacle Sex Fever. Later he appeared in another TV reality show "First Company Primeira Companhia, which took the form of a military barracks and again José Castelo Branco participated.

Sports[edit]

Frota has been a practitioner of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 1990 and in 2010 he became the face for a São Paulo project to draw children to the sport.[1] He has a win over fellow actor André Segatti at Oscar de Jiu-Jitsu II tournament in 1998.[2][3]

In March 2013, it was announced that Frota was drafted to Corinthians Steamrollers, a move mainly seen to serve as publicity for the team.[4] Frota asserted that he was interested in American football since he was 25 but couldn't find the opportunity to practice.[5]

Pornographic films[edit]

In 2004, Frota directed the pornographic film A Boneca da Casa launching the pornographic career of transgender Casa dos Artistas reality show participant Bianca Soares.[6] Starting from 2004 to 2008, he appeared in a series of pornographic films for Brasileirinhas, performing with actresses such as Chloe Jones[7] and Bianca Soares[8] and retired after 00Frota - O Homem da Pistola de Ouro, a porn parody of The Man with the Golden Gun for Sexxxy.[9] In a 2008 interview, he concluded that he saw his pornographic film career as the biggest mistake in his life.[10]

Personal life[edit]

Frota had been married to telenovela actresses Cláudia Raia (1986 - 1989) and Andréa Oliveira, although this second marriage lasted only a few months. Frota married fitness model and dancer Fabiana Rodrigues in 2011.[11] He has a son named Mayã (b. 1998) from a former relationship with Samantha Lima Gondim.[12]

Career in cinema[edit]

As an actor
  • 1984: Os Bons Tempos Voltaram: Vamos Gozar Outra Vez
  • 1985: The Adventures of Sergio Mallandro
  • 2004: Obsessão
  • 2004: A Bela e o Prisioneiro
  • 2004: Sexo, Suor e Samba
  • 2005: 11 Mulheres e Muito Pó
  • 2005: Invasão de Privacidade
  • 2006: Anal Total 10
  • 2006: Garoto de Programa
  • 2007: Na Teia do Sexo
  • 2007: A Proibida do Sexo e a Gueixa do Funk
  • 2007: Frota, Mônica e Sousa
  • 2007: Especial de Natal do Frota
  • 2007: Invadindo a Retaguarda
  • 2008: Carnaval do Frota
  • 2008: United Colors of Celebrites
  • 2008: Sem Limite
  • 2008: Puro Desejo
  • 2009: Carnaval do Frota
  • 2009: 00 Frota: O Homem da Pistola de Ouro
  • 2009: A Última Foda de Frota no Pornô
As an director
  • 2004: A Boneca da Casa

Career in television[edit]

As an actor
  • 1984 - Livre para Voar - Cecílio
  • 1985 - Roque Santeiro - Luizão
  • 1987 - Sassaricando - Apolo
  • 1988 - Chapadão do Bugre - Estevãozinho
  • 1989 - Olho por Olho - Rico
  • 1989 - Top Model - Raul
  • 1990 - Boca do Lixo - Tomás
  • 1991 - O Sorriso do Lagarto - Tavinho
  • 1992 - Perigosas Peruas - Jaú
  • 1995 - Cara e Coroa - Boca
  • 1995 - Malhação - Pavão
  • 1997 - Olho da Terra' - Marcelo
  • 1997 - Por Amor e Ódio - Santiago
  • 1999 - Malhação - Robson
  • 2002 - Marisol - Mário Soares
  • 2002 - Turma do Gueto - Nenê/Kadu
  • 2006 - Mandrake - Jorginho

Reality shows and other productions[edit]

  • 2001 - Casa dos Artistas - Himself
  • 2004 - Quinta das Celebridades - Himself
  • 2005 - Primeira Companhia - Himself
  • 2007 - O Melhor do Brasil - Enganador
  • 2007 - Show do Tom - Capitão Monumento
  • 2011 - A Praça é Nossa - Robin
As an director
  • 2008 - Hoje em Dia
  • 2009 - A Fazenda
  • 2010 - Legendários

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