Daniela Escobar

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Daniela Escobar
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Born Daniela Escobar Duncan
(1969-01-16) January 16, 1969 (age 48)
São Borja (RS), Brazil
Occupation Actress, Presenter
Spouse(s) Jayme Monjardim (1995-2003)
Children 1
Website www.danielaescobar.com/archive/index.htm

Daniela Escobar Duncan (born January 16, 1969, in São Borja) is a Brazilian actress and presenter.

Career[edit]

In film, she starred in the film Diário de um Novo Mundo.[1] Daniela Escobar is considered one of the best actresses of the new generation. Her most memorable performance remains the one she gave in O Clone novel 2001, where she played a mother who suffered and struggled to regain the trust of her daughter, a drug addict.[2][3] In 2005 she participated in the América soap opera.[4]

Very interested not only in acting, but in various aspects of film production, Daniela went on to study for three years at the prestigious University of California, Los Angeles. It was the second time around of Daniela in North America, as Daniela had already been in the US before in 1997, at that time studying theater, at John Starsberg Studios. Back to Brazil in 2010 she founded a production company, based in São Paulo, in partnership with an American friend.[5][6]

In the year 2010, Daniela Escobar could again be seen in theater, along with actor Daniel de Oliveira in the controversial drama 400 Contra 1 - Uma História do Crime Organizado, a story about the rise of criminal organization Commando Vermelho. The film is directed by Caco Souza.[7]

In 2011, the actress made a cameo in the final chapters of the novel Ti Ti Ti Daguilene as the mother of Stefany's character, Sophie Charlotte.[8][9]

She Can currently be seen on TV in the novel 18h, A Vida da Gente, where she plays Suzana, foster mother of the character Alice, played by actress Sthefany Brito.[10][11]

In 2013, will novel Flor do Caribe, playing the biologist Natália.[12]

Personal life[edit]

She married the director Jayme Monjardim in 1995, with whom she had his only son, Andre Matarazzo. Separated from her husband in 2003.[13] She remarried in 2009 to businessman Marcelo Woellner. The marriage ended the following year.[14]

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
1992 Você Decide Episode: "Tabu"
1994 A Madona de Cedro Laura
Tropicaliente Berenice
1995 A Idade da Loba Gaby
1996 Anjo de Mim Teresa Cameo
1997 Você Decide Episode: "O Sósia"
1998 Você Decide Episode: "Laura"
1999 Chiquinha Gonzaga Amália
2000 Você Decide Marlene Episode: "Mania de Casar"
Aquarela do Brasil Bella Landau
Superbonita Presenter 2000-2005
2001 Brava Gente Lucila Episode: "A Sonata"
O Clone Maysa Ferraz
2003 A Casa das Sete Mulheres Perpétua
Kubanacan Vanda Cameo
2004 Um Só Coração Soledad
A Diarista Sofia Episode: "Aquele com a Volta da Sósia"
2005 América Irene Villa Nova
Dança dos Famosos 1 Herself Reality show of Domingão do Faustão
2006 A Diarista Sônia Episode: "Aquele do Papagaio"
2007 O Segredo da Princesa Lili Yrvana Special year-end
2008 Dicas de um Sedutor Olívia Episode: "Amor Não Tem Idade"
2011 Ti Ti Ti Daguilene Oliveira (Pâmela) Cameo
A Vida da Gente Suzana Ybarra Moraes
2013 Flor do Caribe Natália Fonseca
2016 A Garota da Moto Bernarda Sales de Albuquerque
Film
Year Title Role
2004 Vida de Menina Carolina
2005 Diário de um Novo Mundo Dona Maria
Jogo Subterrâneo Tânia
2006 O Dono do Mar Camborina
2010 400 Contra 1 - Uma História do Crime Organizado Teresa

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