Adriana Esteves

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Adriana Esteves
Adriana Esteves em 2019.jpg
Adriana Esteves in a 2019 interview with Youtube channel VIVA
Born
Adriana Esteves Agostinho

(1969-12-15) 15 December 1969 (age 50)
OccupationActress
Spouse(s)
Totila Jordan Neto
(m. 1988; div. 1990)

Marco Ricca
(m. 1994; div. 2004)

Vladimir Brichta (m. 2006)
Children2

Adriana Esteves Agostinho Brichta (born 15 December 1969) is a Brazilian actress.

She was nominated for an International Emmy Award in 2011, for best actress in a dramatic series for her portrayal of Dalva de Oliveira in the miniseries, Dalva e Herivelto: uma Canção de Amor.,[1] And in 2017 is nominated by the second made International Emmy Awards in the category Best Actress for her role in Justiça.[2]

Career[edit]

Daughter of Regina Esteves Agostinho and Paulo Felipe Agostinho, Adriana began her career as a model and got her first job on television as part of the series, "Star for a Day", on the show Domingão do Faustão.

Her first television appearance was as an extra on the soap opera Vale Tudo. She was also a successful model.[3] Herdebut novel was released in 1989 with Top Model (1989).[4]

In 2005, she took on the part of Celinha on the series, Toma Lá, Dá Cá. When the program aired on the Globo in 2007, Adriana, after maternity leave with her second child, reprised her role as Celinha.

While still recording Toma Lá, Dá Cá, Adriana recorded the miniseries, Dalva e Herivelto – Uma Canção de Amor, playing singer Dalva de Oliveira. The miniseries aired in January 2010. In the same year, she starred in the episode of the "A Vingativa do Méier" series As Cariocas.[5][6]

In 2011, she was cast as Julia, the protagonist of Morde & Assopra, who was part of a love triangle with scientist Ícaro (Mateus Solano) and farmer Abner (Marcos Pasquim).[7] In 2012, she gained notoriety for interpreting the villain Carminha on the soap opera, Avenida Brasil, written by João Emanuel Carneiro. She received praise from critics and audiences alike for her performance and was enshrined as one of the greatest villains of Brazilian television — only surpassed by Odete Roitman of Vale Tudo, Nazaré Tedesco of Senhora do Destino and Flora of A Favorita.[8]

Personal life[edit]

Adriana's first boyfriend, who later became her husband, was jiujitsu teacher Totila Jordan. They married in 1988 and remained together for two years, divorcing in 1990.

In 1994, she married actor Marco Ricca. A year later, she discovered he suffered from anxiety and panic disorder.[9] In 2000, they had a son together, Felipe. In 2004, Adriana and Marco parted ways.

After months of separation from Marco, she started dating actor Vladimir Brichta. In February 2006, they married. In the same year, after a few months of marriage, their first son, Vicente, was born.[10] Adriana became the stepmother of Agnes, born in 1997, who was Vladimir Brichta's daughter from his first wife, singer Gena, who died in 1999 of blood cancer.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Perdidos na Noite Herself Pilot: "Controle Remoto"
1988 Vale Tudo Model Support cast
1989 Top Model Cristina (Tininha)
1990 Delegacia de Mulheres Manú Episode: "O Aborto"
Meu Bem, Meu Mal Patrícia Melo
1991 Caso Especial Marina Episode: "Marina"
1992 Pedra sobre Pedra Marina Farias Batista
Você Decide Episode: "Águas Passadas"
Especial Leandro e Leonardo Malissa Special year-end
1993 Renascer Mariana Paiva Ferreira
1994 Você Decide Episode: "Anjos sem Asas"
Confissões de Adolescente Episode: "A Eleição"
1995 Decadência Carla Tavares Branco
A Comédia da Vida Privada Maria Helena Episode: "O Pesadelo da casa Própria"
1996 Razão de Viver Zilda
1997 A Indomada Lúcia Helena de Mendonça e Albuquerque / Eulália (First phase)
1998 Mulher Liliana Episode: "O Princípio de Tudo"
Didi Malasarte Lili Special year-end
Torre de Babel Sandra da Silva (Sandrinha)
2000 O Cravo e a Rosa Catarina Batista
2001 Brava Gente Marina Episode: "Como Matar um Playboy"
2002 Coração de Estudante Amélia Mourão (Amelinha)
2003 Kubanacan Lola Calderón
2004 Senhora do Destino Nazaré Tedesco (young) First phase
2005 A História de Rosa Rosa Globo Special 40 Years
A Lua Me Disse Heloísa Queiroz
A Turma do Didi Herself Special participation
Sitcom.br Mother Episode: "A Dura Vida de Uma Mãe"
Toma Lá, Dá Cá Célia Regina (Celinha) Special year-end
2006 Belíssima Stella Assumpção Episodes: "May 12–14, 2006"
2007 Toma Lá, Dá Cá Célia Regina (Celinha) 92 episodes (2007–2009)
2010 Dalva e Herivelto: uma Canção de Amor Dalva de Oliveira
As Cariocas Celi Episode: "A Vingativa do Méier"
2011 Morde & Assopra Júlia Freire Aquino de Medeiros
2012 Avenida Brasil Carmen Lúcia Moreira de Souza (Carminha)
2015 Felizes para Sempre? Tânia Drummond
Babilônia Inês Ferraz Junqueira
2016 Justiça Fátima Libéria do Nascimento
2018 Segundo Sol Laura Bottini
2018 Assédio Stela Nascimento
2019 Amor de Mãe Thelma Viana

Films[edit]

Year Title Role
1991 Inspetor Faustão e o Mallandro Singer
1995 As Meninas Lorena
1999 Tiradentes Bárbara Heliodora
O Trapalhão e a Luz Azul Juliana / Anajuli
2006 Trair e Coçar É Só Começar Olímpia
2015 Minions Scarlet Overkill (Brazilian voice dubbing)
Real Beleza Anita[11]
2016 Mundo Cão Dilza
2018 Canastra Suja Maria
Benzinho Sônia
Marighella Clara Charf

Theater[edit]

Title Role
Lady and the Tramp Dama
A Falecida
Ponto de Vista Amy
Only You Júlia
Auto de Angicos Maria Bonita

Awards and nominations[edit]

International Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2011 Best actress
Dalva e Herivelto: uma Canção de Amor
Nominated
2017 Best actress
Justiça
Nominated

Cartagena Film Festival[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
1996 Best actress
As Meninas
Won

Gramado Film Festival[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2018 Best Supporting Actress
Loveling
Won

Festival de Cinema Itinerante da Língua Portuguesa[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2016 Best actress
Mundo Cão
Won

Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2017 Best actress
Mundo Cão
Nominated
2019 Best actress
Canastra Suja
Nominated
2019 Best Supporting Actress
Loveling
Won

Troféu APCA[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
1993 Best actress
Renascer
Nominated
1998 Best actress
Torre de Babel
Won
2012 Best actress
Avenida Brasil
Won
2016 Best actress
Justiça
Nominated
2018 Best actress
Assédio/Segundo Sol
Nominated

Troféu Imprensa[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
1993 Best actress
Renascer
Nominated
1998 Best actress
Torre de Babel
Won
2000 Best actress
O Cravo e a Rosa
Nominated
2013 Best actress
Avenida Brasil
Won
2019 Best actress
Segundo Sol
Won

Melhores do Ano[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
1999 Best actress
O Cravo e a Rosa
Won [12]
2003 Best actress
Kubanacan
Won [13][14][15]
2012 Best actress
Avenida Brasil
Won
2016 Best Actress in a Series
Justiça
Won
2018 Best Character
Segundo Sol
Won
2019 Best Actress in a Series
Assédio
Pending

Prêmio Contigo! de TV[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2008 Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Toma Lá, Dá Cá
Nominated [16][17]
2009 Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Toma Lá, Dá Cá
Nominated
2010 Best Actress in a Series
Dalva e Herivelto: uma Canção de Amor
Won
2011 Best Actress
Morde & Assopra
Nominated
2013 Best Actress
Avenida Brasil
Won
2015 Best Actress in a Series
Felizes para Sempre?
Nominated
2018 Best Actress
Segundo Sol
Nominated

Prêmio Extra de Televisão[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
1998 Best Actress
Torre de Babel
Nominated [18]
2010 Best Actress in a Series
Dalva e Herivelto: uma Canção de Amor
Nominated [19]
2012 Best Actress
Avenida Brasil
Won [20]
2016 Best Actress
Justiça
Won

Prêmio Qualidade Brasil[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2008 Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Toma Lá Dá Cá
Nominated [21]
2009 Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Toma Lá Dá Cá
Nominated [22]
2010 Best Actress in a Series
Dalva e Herivelto: uma Canção de Amor
Won

Prêmio Quem de Televisão[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2012 Best Actress
Avenida Brasil
Won [23]
2016 Best Actress
Justiça
Won

Troféu Internet[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2013 Best Actress
Avenida Brasil
Won
2019 Best Actress
Segundo Sol
Nominated

Prêmio Botequim Cultural[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2013 Best Actress
Avenida Brasil
Won

Meus Prêmios Nick[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2012 Favorite character
Avenida Brasil
Nominated

Troféu AIB De Imprensa[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2015 Best Actress
Babilônia
Won

Campo Grande Latin American Film, Video and TV Festival[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2000 Best Actress
O Cravo e a Rosa
Won

UOL TV and Celebrities Trophy[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2018 Best Actress
Segundo Sol
Won

Shell Theatre Award[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2007 Best Actress
Auto de Angicos
Nominated

O Globo - Prêmio Faz Diferença[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2016 Best Actress
Justiça
Nominated
2018 Best Actress
Assédio/Segundo Sol
Nominated

Sesc Festival Best Movies[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2016 Best Actress
Real Beleza
Nominated
2019 Best Actress
Loveling/Canastra Suja
Pending

Guarani Brazilian Film Award[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2015 Best Actress
Real Beleza
Nominated
2016 Best Supporting Actress
Mundo Cão
Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brasil recebe 6 indicações para Emmy internacional[permanent dead link]. Bahia 24/7, 4 de outubro de 2010.
  2. ^ Tartaglione, Nancy (27 September 2017). "Kenneth Branagh, Anna Friel, 'Justica' Among International Emmy Award Nominees". Deadline. Retrieved 30 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Adriana Esteves: remember os personagens da atria nas novelas". mdemulher. 2012.
  4. ^ Rede Globo, Memória Globo, Top Model [em linha] Archived 5 April 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Keila Jimenez (8 June 2010). "Sônia Braga e Daniel Filho voltam à Globo". AdNews. Archived from the original on 14 May 2011. Retrieved 8 June 2010.
  6. ^ "Adriana Esteves e Ailton Graça vivem marido e mulher em As Cariocas". 1 September 2010. Archived from the original on 5 September 2010. Retrieved 1 September 2010.
  7. ^ João Fernando (14 February 2011). "Após cinch anos afastada, Adriana Esteves volta às novelas". Terra Networks.
  8. ^ Sara Paixão (1 March 2012). "'Avenida Brasil': Tony Ramos e Adriana Esteves graham em Guadalupe". Extra (in Portuguese). Retrieved 16 October 2016.
  9. ^ Passi, Clara (23 March 2011). "Adriana Esteves: "Fui ao fundo do poço e subi"". Quem / Globo (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2 January 2018.
  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 23 May 2012. Retrieved 2012-05-27.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  11. ^ "Iniciam as filmagens do longa-metragem "Beleza", de Jorge Furtado".
  12. ^ Melhores do Ano: Confira todos os vencedores das 14 edições do prêmio
  13. ^ "Conheça os grandes vencedores do Melhores do Ano 2014". globo.com. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
  14. ^ Alexandre Nero é o Ator de novela de 2014 e afirma que é um fanfarrão
  15. ^ Alexandre Nero faz homenagem e reverencia Osmar Prado
  16. ^ "11º Prêmio Contigo! (2009) – Vencedores" (in Portuguese). Contigo!. Archived from the original (shtml) on 21 October 2012. Retrieved 15 October 2013.
  17. ^ Vencedores e indicados ao Premio Contigo de 2009
  18. ^ Ganhadores do Prêmio Extra de TV 2009
  19. ^ Ganhadores do Prêmio Extra de TV 2009
  20. ^ Ganhadores do Prêmio Extra de TV 2009
  21. ^ Vencedores e indicados ao Prêmio Qualiade Brasil 2010
  22. ^ Vencedores e indicados ao Prêmio Qualiade Brasil 2010
  23. ^ 4° Prêmio QUEM 2010: Conheça os grandes vencedores

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