Cléo Pires

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Cléo Pires
Cleo Pires na Arezzo cropped.jpg
Born Cléo Pires Ayrosa Galvão
(1982-10-02) October 2, 1982 (age 32)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Occupation Actress
Awards 3
Website
http://www.cleopires.com.br

Cléo Pires Ayrosa Galvão, known simply as Cléo Pires (born October 2, 1982), is a Brazilian actress.[1] Daughter of actress Glória Pires and singer-songwriter Fábio Júnior,[1] Cléo Pires is also half-sister of the actor and singer-songwriter Filipe Galvão. She first gained notoriety for her roles in the 2003 film Benjamim and in the 2005 telenovela América. Cléo Pires was awarded Best Actress in the 2003 International Rio Film Festival for her role in Benjamim.[2]

Cléo Pires was also cover of the Brazilian edition of Playboy magazine in August 2010. It was a special edition that celebrates the 35th anniversary of the magazine in Brazil.[3]

Television[edit]

Year Project Role Notes
2014 O Caçador Katia Main Protagonist
2012 Salve Jorge Bianca Lead Role
2012 As Brasileiras Ana Lead Role
2010 Araguaia Estela Rangel (Estrela Karuê) Main Protagonist/Lead Actress
2009 Episódio Especial Herself N/A
2009 Caminho das Indias Surya Ananda Antagonist
2008 Ciranda de Pedra Margarida Young Protagonist
2008 Episódio Especial as Herself N/A
2006 Cobras & Lagartos Letícia Pacheco Young Protagonist
2005 Clara e o Chuveiro do Tempo Cleópatra Supporting Role
2005 América Lurdinha Young Protagonist
1994 Memorial de Maria Moura Maria Moura (young Helena) Special Participation

Filmography[edit]

Year Project Role Notes
2014 Rio, I Love You Clara segment "Inútil Paisagem"
2013 Time and the Wind Ana Terra Lead Role
2011 Qualquer Gato Vira-Lata Tatiana / Linda Lead Role
2009 Lula, o filho do Brasil Lourdes Lead Role
2008 Meu Nome Não É Johnny Sofia Lead Role
2003 Benjamim Ariela Masé / Castana Beatriz Lead Role

Awards[edit]

  • Best Actress at 2003 Rio Festival for Benjamim[2]
  • Most promising actress at 2005 Prêmio Adoro Cinema Brasileiro[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Cléo Pires" (in Portuguese). e-Pipoca. Retrieved 2008-09-27. 
  2. ^ a b "Benjamim" (in Portuguese). Estação Virtual. Retrieved 2008-09-27. 
  3. ^ The two covers of Playboy with Cléo Pires
  4. ^ "Benjamim" (in Portuguese). Adoro Cinema Brasileiro. Retrieved 2008-09-27. 

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