Mário Schoemberger

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Mário Schoemberger
Born 1952
Curitiba, Brazil
Died May 14, 2008(2008-05-14) (aged 55–56)
Occupation Actor

Mário Schoemberger (1952 Curitiba, Paraná - May 14, 2008 Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil) was a Brazilian film, television and theater actor.[1]

In his last film role, Schoemberger was personally cast in the 2007 film, O Cheiro do Ralo, by its director, Heitor Dhalia.[1] He appeared in the film opposite actor Selton Mello.[1] On television, Schoemberger also appeared in Vidas Opostas as Sérgio Ventura.[1] His other film and television roles included Trair e Coçar É Só Começar, Da Cor do Pecado, Minha Nada Mole Vida and Os Aspones.[1]

Mário Schoemberger had been hospitalized at the Hospital Nossa Senhora das Graças in Curitiba, Brazil, since December 2007 for treatment of cancer.[1] Several of his friends, including Brazilian comedians Hélio Barbosa, Fábio Silvestre and Diogo Portugal organized a fundraising named Os Amigos do Mário (Mario's Friends) to help to pay for the cost of his medical expenses.[1] Schoemberger died on May 14, 2008, at the age of 56.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Ator Mário Schoemberger morre aos 56 anos em Curitiba". Folha Online. 2008-05-15. Retrieved 2008-05-26. 

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