Danielle Winits

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Danielle Winits
Danielle Winits
Danielle Winits
Born Danielle Winitskowski de Azevedo
(1973-12-05) December 5, 1973 (age 41)
Rio de Janeiro, RJ,  Brazil
Nationality  Brazil
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Cássio Reis (2005 - 2010)[1]
Jonatas Faro (2010 - 2011)[2]
Children Noah and Guy

Danielle Winits, the stage name of Danielle Winitskowski de Azevedo,[3] (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 5, 1973) is a Brazilian actress, dancer, and singer.[4][5] She has appeared as a regular in several Brazilian TV series[4][6] and also played the Velma Kelly character in a Brazilian adaptation of the musical Chicago. Danielle Winits has also posed twice for the Brazilian Playboy.[5]

Biography[edit]

Danielle took courses in ballet, arts and acting, and became an actress in theatre, cinema and television. In the theater, she has always preferred musicals, where she has excelled as a dancer and singer. She began her television career in 1993, in the Brazilian miniseries, Sex Appeal. Her theatrical debut came the following year in the musical Band-Aid. Her first film role was in 1999 in the film Até que a Vida nos Separe.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Her grandfather, Rubens Vieira Winitskowski, was a member of the 1st Fighter Group of the Brazilian Air Force, sent to fight in Italy in World War II as a third-sergeant, part of the ground support team.

Between 2005 and 2010, she was married to actor and model Cássio Reis. On December 19, 2007, gave birth to their son, her first child, Noah.[4]

On December 8, 2010, she married actor Jonatas Faro.[5] The couple divorced in March 2011 but they had a son, named Guy, born on April 28, 2011.[7][8]

Career[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Títle Role
1993 Sex Appeal Eva
1993 Olho no Olho Dominique
1995 Cara e Coroa Diana
1995 A Próxima Vítima Ana
1995 Malhação Melissa Brown
1995 Você Decide (ep. "O Gosto da Vingança")
1996 Ponto a Ponto Herself
1997 A Justiceira Marlene
1998 Corpo Dourado Alicinha
1998 A Turma do Didi Herself (Christmas TV specials)
1998 Sai de Baixo Dadá (ep. "Quem Não Odalisca Não Petisca")
1999 Chiquinha Gonzaga Suzette Fontin / Helena
1999 Zorra Total Maria Pia
1999 Flora Encantada Herself
1999 Sai de Baixo Paty Bole Bole (ep. "A Idade do Bobo")
2000 Uga-Uga Tati
2001 Sai de Baixo Gabi (ep. "Um Louro Chamado Desejo")
2001 Os Normais Luana (ep. "Complicar é Normal")
2001 O Clone Shirley
2002 O Quinto dos Infernos Manoela
2002 Pastores da Noite Madame Beatriz
2003 Kubanacan Marisol / Frida
2004 Sob Nova Direção Francis (ep. "Mulher de Amigo Meu Pra Mim é Um Saco")
2005 A Diarista Mafalda (ep. "O Casamento do Meu Melhor Figueirinha")
2005 Casseta & Planeta, Urgente! Herself
2006 Páginas da Vida Sandra Ribeiro
2007 Minha Nada Mole Vida Priscila
2008 Guerra e Paz Bárbara Palermo / Paloma Paz
2008 Episódio Especial Herself
2009 Sem Noção Marilinha Braga de Vasconcelos[9]
2009 Superbonita Presenter[10]
2009 Cinquentinha Becky Santoro
2010 A Vida Alheia Manuela
2010 Criança Esperança Barbie[11]
2012 Malhação Marcela Porto
2013 Amor à Vida Amarilys[12]

Cinema[edit]

Year Títle Role
1999 Até que a Vida nos Separe Rosy
1999 Zoando na TV Lana Love
1999 O Trapalhão e a Luz Azul Corina
2005 Um Lobisomem na Amazônia Natasha
2006 Se Eu Fosse Você Cibelle
2008 Sexo com Amor? Aline
2009 Os Normais 2 - A Noite Mais Maluca de Todas Clara
2010 Simbologia de um Crime Luiza Abrantes[13][14]
2012 Até Que a Sorte Nos Separe Jane[15]
2013 Odeio o Dia dos Namorados Marina[16]

Theatre[edit]

Year Títle Role
1994 Band-aid Rosângela
1996 A volta de Chico Mau Maria Bela
1998 Cabaret Brazil Tete Monroe
1999 Relax, it's sex! various roles
1999 Lancelot Guinevere
2002 Meu amor. Você é perfeita. Agora muda!
2005 Amo-te (Você nunca amou alguém tanto assim) Carol
2005 Chicago Velma Kelly
2009 Hairspray Amber von Tussle
2012 Xanadu Kira/Clio[17]

Awards[edit]

Year Títle Category / Role
2007 Prêmio Contigo Best supporting actress in Páginas da Vida

(winner)

2003 Prêmio Conta Mais Atriz Destaque in Kubanacan (winner)
2000 Prêmio Qualidade Brasil Best actress in Uga Uga (winner)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ego - Danielle Winits e Cássio Reis estão separados
  2. ^ A Tarde Online - Danielle Winits e Jonatas Faro se casam no Rio de Janeiro
  3. ^ Conheça os nomes reais dos famosos Terra
  4. ^ a b c d "QUEM - celebridades de A a Z - NOTÍCIAS - Danielle Winits" [WHO - celebrities from A to Z - NEWS - Danielle Winits]. Quem (in Portuguese). Porto Alegre, Brazil: Editora Globo S/A. June 30, 2010. Retrieved March 10, 2011.  &hl=pt&ie=UTF8&sl=en&tl=pt Translate this Portuguese article to English
  5. ^ a b c "Danielle Winits - Biography". Seattle, WA: IMDb.com, Inc. (Amazon.com, Inc). Retrieved March 10, 2011. 
  6. ^ "Danielle Winits". Seattle, WA: IMDb.com, Inc. (Amazon.com, Inc). Retrieved March 10, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Danielle Winits e Jonatas Faro são vistos conversando animadamente no Leblon". Brazil: Abril. Retrieved January 31, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Nasce filho de Danielle Winits e Jonatas Faro". Brazil: Correio do Estado. Retrieved January 31, 2012. 
  9. ^ "Danielle Winits será apresentadora do GNT durante SP Fashion Week" [Danielle Winits will be host of the GNT for SP Fashion Week] (in Portuguese). Folha de São Paulo. January 20, 2009. 
  10. ^ "Danielle Winits comanda o Superbonita desta semana". GNT. Globo.com. 18 September 2009. Retrieved 1 July 2013. 
  11. ^ "Danielle Winits se fantasia de Barbie no "Criança Esperança"". Uol. August 18, 2010. 
  12. ^ "Danielle Winits, que viverá triângulo gay em ‘Amor à vida’, defende relações fora dos padrões: ‘Não existe rascunho para o amor’". Extra. April 22, 2013. 
  13. ^ "Rodrigo Lombardi tem o sonho de fazer...". Caras. 
  14. ^ "Festival de Ribeirão Pires chega a competição de curtas". IstoÉ. April 30, 2010. 
  15. ^ "Com fôlego, Danielle Winits estrela comédia com Hassum". Terra. February 27, 2012. 
  16. ^ Francisco Russo. "Odeio o Dia dos Namorados : Elenco". AdoroCinema. Retrieved 11 April 2013. 
  17. ^ "Danielle Winits, Thiago Fragoso e Sidney Magal falam sobre Xanadu". G1. Globo.com. January 13, 2012. Retrieved January 30, 2012.