|Born||Juliana Didone Nascimento
October 11, 1984
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
|Height||1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)|
Born in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, she is best known for her role as Letícia Gomes da Silva, the main character of the 2004 season of the telenovela Malhação. She was also in the 2005 season of the telenovela.
Her career as an actress started when she played the role of the preteen character Mariana in the short movie Fora de Controle. When she was 12 years old, she participated of the child play named Caçadores de Aventuras, where she played the role of Cléo. Her first telenovela role was in Desejos de Mulher, in 2002, where she played the role of a Rio Grande do Sul model.
Juliana Didone has also acted in several television commercials of various companies, like Grendene, Halls, Guaraná Antarctica, and Shiseido, of Japan. In 2008, she starred the summer campaign of Agilitá, which is a dress company, and was on the cover of the May edition of Criativa magazine.
She signed a contract with Rede Record in 2013 and she is part of the cast of the first telenovela by the author Carlos Lombardi in that network. She will play Leila, who is a "woman who will ruin the lives of several men", as described by the author of the show.
|2002||Desejos de Mulher||Tati||Telenovela|
|2008||Casos e Acasos||Bianca||TV series|
|Negócio da China||Celeste/Heaven||Telenovela|
|2009||Xuxa Especial de Natal||Pastorinha Encarnada||Special|
|2013||Surtadas na Yoga||Leda||TV series|
|2013||Pecado Mortal||Leila Vergueiro and Maria Clara (twin sisters)||Telenovela|
|1997||Caçadores de Aventuras||Cléo|
|2004||Beijos de Verão||Clara|
|2013||Meu Passado Me Condena||Laura|
Juliana Didone started her model career when she was 14 years old, living alone in the Japanese city of Tokyo for seven months. She has also lived alone in São Paulo city during her model career. In December 2003, she posed for Trip magazine. In that year, she has also appeared in the Mulheres que Amamos (meaning Women we Love) section of the Brazilian Playboy magazine.
Dancing with the Stars
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