Bruno Gissoni

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Bruno Gissoni
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Born Bruno Sang Gissoni
(1986-12-09) December 9, 1986 (age 28)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Occupation Actor

Bruno Sang Gissoni (December 9, 1986 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian actor.

Biography[edit]

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Bruno lived for eight years in Los Angeles, United States.[1] In Los Angeles he attended Venice High School. Back in Brazil, he played professional soccer for São Paulo FC and Nova Iguaçu Futebol Clube.[2]

In 2007, he made a cameo in the novel Alta Estação, the Rede Record. He debuted in theater in 2009, with the number Capitães de Areia,[3] based on literary works of Jorge Amado, and soon after, joined the Actors School Rede Record,[4][5] given by actor Roberto Bomtempo.[6]

The same year he also joined the cast of the play Os Melhores anos de nossas vidas.[7] In 2010, he had his first role in television, when it pioneered the tenth to eighth season of Malhação.[8][9] In 2011 works in the series Julie e os Fantasmas, exhibited by Rede Bandeirantes, in 2012, he joined the cast of the telenovela Avenida Brasil, Rede Globo.[10]

In 2013, the telenovela is the Flor do Caribe, playing the fisherman Juliano.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Bruno is the son of Ana Paula Sang producer and stepson of capoerista Beto Simas,[12] and is also the brother of actor Rodrigo Simas,[13] with whom he served in Capitães de Areia and Os Melhores anos de nossas vidas, and the football player Felipe Simas.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Alta Estação Friend Drica Cameo
2010 Malhação Pedro López
2011 Julie e os Fantasmas Caco Cameo
2012 Avenida Brasil Iran Barbosa
2013 Flor do Caribe Juliano Pereira
2014 Em Família André Machado [14]
2014 Dança dos Famosos Himself Reality show of Domingão do Faustão

Theater[edit]

Year Title
2009 Capitães de Areia
2009 Os Melhores anos de nossas vidas
2012 Romeu na Roda
2014 A História dos Amantes

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