Bruno Gissoni

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Bruno Gissoni
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Born Bruno Sang Gissoni
(1986-12-09) December 9, 1986 (age 29)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Occupation Actor

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


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.



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
2015 Babilônia Guto


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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