Marina Ruy Barbosa

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Marina Ruy Barbosa
Marina - Leo Faria 005P.jpg
Barbosa in 2016
Born Marina Souza Ruy Barbosa
(1995-06-30) 30 June 1995 (age 23)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) [1][2]

Marina Souza Ruy Barbosa Negrão (born 30 June 1995) is a Brazilian actress. She started off her career as a child actress; her first major role was in the telenovela Começar de Novo. In 2006, she portrayed a prominent character in Silvio de Abreu's Belíssima. She later appeared in Sete Pecados (2007), Escrito nas Estrelas (2010), Morde & Assopra (2011),[3][4] and Amor à Vida, interpreting Nicole, a young orphan and millionaire who gets cancer, Hodgkin's lymphoma type 4.[5]

In her adult career, she gained great prominence in the telenovela Império, playing the nymphet Maria Isis,[6] thus winning the Contigo Television Awards for Best Supporting Actress. In 2015, she starred in Totalmente Demais — a show that earned an International Emmy for best telenovela.

Barbosa has become a style reference, being a constant presence in the lists of the most elegant women in Brazil. Her red hair is considered her trademark.[7][8][9][10][11][12]

She is in big demand to make advertising campaigns, especially in the fashion and beauty segments. She was the celebrity with the second most appearances in commercials aired on broadcast television in Brazil between May and July 2015, and was named one of the Top 25 Celebrities of Brazil in 2015, according to Forbes magazine, the Brazilian edition.[13] In 2015 she was the ninth Brazilian celebrity to appear the most in television ads, according to the ranking of the Competition Control, which monitors the advertising market.[14]

Barbosa social media following is also massive, especially on Instagram, where she has more than 26.8 million followers.[15]

She is currently married to Alexandre Sarnes Negrão since 7 October 2017.

Early life[edit]

Barbosa was born in Gávea, a southern zone neighborhood in the Rio de Janeiro on 30 June 1995. She is an only child,[16] and is a great-great-great-granddaughter of writer, jurist and politician Ruy Barbosa from Bahía. Despite the similarity of their names, she is not related to the screenwriter Benedito Ruy Barbosa.[17][18][19]

Barbosa as a child

Career[edit]

Career beginnings[edit]

Barbosa made her first significant work in the film Xuxa e o Tesouro da Cidade Perdida, where she played the character Mylla, a young princess from a tribe of Vikings, who lived in a lost city inside a forest. Before shooting the movie, she took several Swedish language classes, since all her lines in the film were in that language.[20]

Later, Barbosa auditioned for Começar de Novo, where she played the character Ana, the guardian angel of Miguel (Marcos Paulo). This mysterious character hid important plot secrets, and had unknown origin. She had paranormal powers, with a strong spirituality, and received messages from heaven that guided on her mission on Earth. As the character did not speak, Barbosa had the added challenge of having to communicate mainly through her eyes and facial expressions. It was her first telenovela with screenwriter Elizabeth Jhin.[21][22]

On 5 March 2005, Barbosa debuted in children's theater as the protagonist of the play Chapeuzinho Vermelho - O Musical in the Teatro dos Grandes Atores, in Barra da Tijuca, and in Teatro do Leblon in Leblon.[23]

Barbosa's work in Começar de Novo earned her an invitation to attend the tests for the character "Sabina" in Belíssima. After going through crowded auditions, she was chosen by the screenwriter Silvio de Abreu and the director Denise Saraceni to play the role. Sabina was an important character in the telenovela plot, the daughter of "Vitória" (Claudia Abreu) and "Pedro" (Henri Castelli), and granddaughter of the villain "Bia Falcão" (Fernanda Montenegro), niece of "Júlia" (Gloria Pires), and goddaughter of "Nikos" (Tony Ramos). Sabina had a great influence on the grandmother, the villain Bia Falcao, who kidnapped her in the story. The character lived in Greece with her parents. To fully play the role, Barbosa took lessons on dance, Greek language and culture, as well as spending a month in Greece, filming the soap opera on the paradise island of Santorini. Barbosa's success in the role made her known in Brazil, and led her to being interviewed on Domingão do Faustão. She was later hired as an exclusive artist by Rede Globo.[24][25]

The interpretation of Barbosa in Belíssima caught the attention of screenwriter Walcyr Carrasco, who invited her to portray the character "Isabel" in Sete Pecados, the daughter of "Dante" (Reynaldo Gianecchini) and "Clarisse" (Giovanna Antonelli).[26]

In late 2007, Barbosa participated in the first edition of the competition Dança das Crianças, shown on Domingão do Faustão. However, she was the first contestant to be eliminated.[27]

2008 — 2010: Theater and teenage roles[edit]

In 2008, Barbosa debuted in adult drama; she was cast by the duo Charles Möeller and Cláudio Botelho to play Clara girl in 7 - O Musical. Acting in the musical was quite a big challenge for her, as she had to represent and also had to sing and dance. Her portrayal of Clara was close to what Möeller imagined. The director Botelho said: "Marina is a demon. She has so much inner life at such a young age and, even with little experience, she shines on the scene as a veteran! That's the kind of 'child actress' we only see in the United States, those who steal movies and plays...Marina makes the difference".[28][29]

7 - O Musical was the last work of Ida Gomes, Marina's grandmother in the musical, as she died soon after the musical.[30]

In 2009, Barbosa co-hosted a TV Globinho program. She was later invited by director Denise Saraceni to join the show Tudo Novo de Novo, interpreting teenage Bia.[31] She also participated in the sketch "Super Chefinho" shown by the morning show Mais Você.[32]

In March 2010, Barbosa was interviewed by presenter Angelica for the Estrelas show. She made a cultural visit to the Museu Casa Ruy Barbosa, in Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro, the home where her great-great-grandfather Ruy Barbosa lived. In addition to describing the location, Barbosa took the opportunity to show some of her musical skill, playing Beethoven on the piano of her great-grandmother Maria Augusta.[33][34]

She was invited by author Elizabeth Jhin, who had already made the telenovela Começar de Novo, to play the rebellious teenager "Vanessa" in Escrito nas Estrelas.[35] Vanessa wore dreadlocks in her hair, and was a student of ballet. Barbosa, who had never done ballet, took private lessons to get ready for the role. She played all her ballet scenes without needing a stunt double. She performed her first kissing scene with actor Bruno Pereira, with whom she had worked on Começar de Novo. Barbosa had the idea of creating the zipper earrings used by the character, an accessory that would eventually become a fad among teenagers throughout Brazil. Her Escrito nas Estrelas colleague Nica Bonfim turned the character "Vanessa" into a doll. Barbosa's performance on the telenovela was praised by critics.[36]

In October 2010, Quem magazine prepared a special edition to celebrate its tenth anniversary. Ten young actresses were invited for the cover, produced and shot by Fernando Torquatto, using the self-explanatory title: "As Estrelas da Próxima Década". Barbosa, only 15 years old at the time, was the youngest actress of the ten.[37][38]

2011 — 2013: Career growth[edit]

Barbosa and Klebber Toledo

Barbosa was invited by the author Walcyr Carrasco in 2011 to join the cast of the Morde & Assopra as "Alice," a young villain and one of the protagonists of the plot. Alice is a rich 18-year-old girl, vain and prejudiced, wearing only expensive clothes, the daughter of mayor Isaiah (Ary Fontoura) and Minerva (Elizabeth Savalla), who falls for the crook Guilherme (Klebber Toledo). Alice launched the slogans "you are a mongrel" and "I have pedigree" that fell in public taste. Barbosa's performance in Morde & Assopra was highlighted by critics, receiving critical praise from Rio newspaper Extra's journalist Carla Bittencourt, UOL portal's television columnist Flávio Ricco, Terra portal's journalist Mariana Trigo, and Epoca magazine's journalist Bruno Segadilha, among others.[39]

Barbosa is also known for her style of dress, always wearing updated productions following the trends, she is considered an it girl, and has posed for numerous advertising campaigns and editorial fashion.[40]

In 2012, the actress was invited to join the cast of the soap opera Amor Eterno Amor, by author Elizabeth Jhin, portraying Juliana Petrini, a journalism intern.

At only 16, Barbosa was the youngest actress to appear on the cover of NOVA, in the April 2012 edition. In June 2013, at age 17, she would again appear on its cover . In September 2012, Barbosa was elected by ISTOÉ Gente one of the 25 sexiest women of Brazil.[41]

In 2013 she joined the cast of Amor à Vida by Walcyr Carrasco, playing Nicole, a young orphan and millionaire who suffers from a degenerative disease. Barbosa came to prominence in the telenovela, and Nicole became a character loved by the public. Due to requests from viewers and collaborators of the telenovela, the author gave up shaving the head of the actress. The issue became a national discussion and divided the opinions of critics, although the public had been in favor of the actress. With the change in the script, the author's solution was Nicole's death on her wedding day and,[42] after death, Thales (Ricardo Tozzi) start seeing visions of the spirit of Nicole. The episode that showed the marriage the death of Nicole had the telenovela's highest TV ratings. After her death, Nicole remained as a spirit until the end of the telenovela.

In November 2013, Barbosa reached the seventh place in VIP's list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".[43]

She was on the cover of Quem magazine on December 18, 2013, chosen as one of "the best-dressed women in Brazil" of 2013.[44]

2014 — present: Amorteamo and Totalmente Demais[edit]

In 2014, Barbosa played the nymphet Maria Isis in Aguinaldo Silva's Império.[45]

On August 11, 2014, the end of her three-year relationship with Klebber Toledo was announced.

"Maria Isis" was a watershed in her career, due to her success in the top rated Brazilian television program. Everything she wore entered the list of most wanted items on TV and her red hair became a hit in the hairdressing salons. She competed for several awards, and at 19 she was the youngest actress to win the Contigo Award! TV for best supporting actress. Success in Império raised her career profile to the protagonist level. She was elected by Vogue as one of the five best dressed Brazilian celebrities of 2014, and named by the Época and Forbes Brazil as one of the most influential Brazilians of 2014.[46]

Barbosa was crowned queen of traditional Carnaval ball at the Copacabana Palace in 2014. At age 19, she is the youngest Carnival queen in the history of the event.[47]

In April 2015, Barbosa played the protagonist "Malvina" on Amorteamo mini-series, a character inspired by Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. She began recording the series during the last shootings of Império, accumulating both works at the same time. It was a big challenge for the actress, who had to play a different role from those she had done before. During Amorteamo shooting, Barbosa had to undergo an emergency appendicitis surgery, but recovered quickly and returned to the shootings.[48] Her acting was praised and the mini-series was successful, a second season, which was to be shot in 2016.[49]

Also in 2015, she played Eliza de Assis Monteiro, the protagonist of the new telenovela Totalmente Demais. In the plot, the character becomes homeless after being the target of an attempted abuse by her stepfather, and will end up turning into a model.[50]

Philanthropy[edit]

Barbosa usually does a job as a protector of animals, especially stray cats. She hosts kittens at home while looking for people who want to adopt them. In December 2013, she participated in the animal adoption campaign "Adotei" ("I have adopted").[51]

She also participates in philanthropic campaigns such as the Brazilian Institute for Cancer Control (IBCC), Friends of Children with Cancer (AMICCA)[52] and the Brazilian Association of Lymphoma and Leukemia (ABRALE).

In November 2013, Barbosa was the star of a campaign by the National Day Against Cancer Children and Youth, "Golden November", promoted by the Institute Ronald McDonald. She turned into a warrior, inspired by great heroines of comics and games.[53]

During her preparation for the character Maria Isis in Império, Barbosa cut 30 cm of her hair, which was donated to the NGO Cabelegria, which makes wigs for cancer patients who have lost their hair.[54]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Character
2002 Sabor da Paixão Marie
2004 Começar de Novo Aninha
2005 Belíssima Sabina Rocha Assumpção
2007 Sete Pecados Isabel Florentino
2009 Tudo Novo de Novo Bia
TV Globinho Presenter[55]
2010 Escrito nas Estrelas Vanessa
2011 Morde & Assopra Alice Alves Junqueira de Lima
2012 Amor Eterno Amor Juliana Petrini
2013 Amor à Vida Nicole Veiga de Assis Brito
2014 Império Maria Ísis Ferreira da Costa
2015 Amorteamo Malvina Benazo Camargo[56][57][58]
2015 Totalmente Demais Eliza de Assis Monteiro[59]
2016 Justiça Isabela de Almeida
2018 Pega Pega Amália Giordano
2018 Deus Salve o Rei Amália Giordano[60]
2018 O Sétimo Guardião Luz da Lua Vidal[60]

Films[edit]

Year Film Role
2004 Xuxa e o Tesouro da Cidade Perdida Mylla[61]
2017 Amorteamo - O Filme Malvina Benazo
2018 Sequestro Relâmpago Isabel
Todas as Canções de Amor Ana

Theater[edit]

Year Piece Character
2005 Chapeuzinho Vermelho - O Musical Little Red Riding Hood[62][63]
2008 7 - O Musical Clara[64]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Premium Category Indicated work Result
2016 Troféu Internet Best Actress "Eliza" in Totalmente Demais Nominated
2015 Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Best Actress "Malvina" in Amorteamo Nominated
Prêmio AIB (Association of Barra da Tijuca Press) Best Supporting Actress "Maria Isis" in Império Winner
17th Contigo Award Best Supporting Actress Winner
Troféu Internet Best Actress Winner
Troféu Imprensa Best Actress Nominated
Melty Future Awards Cool is Everywhere - Brazil Nominated
2014 Melhores do Ano - Domingão do Faustão Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Best Actress Winner
Prêmio Extra Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Prêmio F5 Hot Of The Year Herself Nominated
Capricho Awards Best National Actress "Maria Isis" in Império Nominated
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite Actress "Nicole" in Amor à Vida Nominated
Hot Of The Year Herself Nominated
2013 Capricho Awards Best National Actress "Nicole" in Amor à Vida Nominated
Meus Prêmios Nick Hot Of The Year Herself Winner
11th Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Actress "Nicole" in Amor à Vida Nominated
2012 14th Prêmio Contigo Best Supporting Actress "Alice" in Morde & Assopra Nominated
Meus Prêmios Nick Hot Of The Year Herself Nominated
2011 Prêmio Quem Supporting Actress
"Alice" in Morde & Assopra
Nominated
Video Show Retrô Most Annoying Valley Girl Winner
Best Wedding Scene Winner
Capricho Awards Best National Actress Nominated
Most Stylish National or International Celebrity Herself Nominated
Best Real Couple Herself (with Klebber Toledo) Nominated
10th Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Best Newcomer
"Alice" in Morde & Assopra
Winner
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite Actress Nominated
2010 Prêmio Arte Qualidade Brasil Best Child/Young Actress in a Telenovela "Vanessa" in Escrito Nas Estrelas Nominated
2008 10th Prêmio Contigo Best Child Actress in Television
"Isabel" in Sete Pecados
Nominated
Prêmio Extra de Televisão Best Child Actor or Actress Nominated
2007 Melhores do Ano — Domingão do Faustão Best Child Actor or Actress Nominated
Prêmio Extra de Televisão Best Child Actor or Actress "Sabina" in Belíssima Nominated
2006 8º Prêmio Contigo Best Child Actress in Television Nominated
2005 7th Prêmio Contigo "Aninha" in Começar de Novo Nominated

Honors[edit]

  • In 2010, during the telenovela Escrito nas Estrelas, she was honored by costar and artist Nica Bonfim, who made a doll of the character Vanessa.
  • In 2013, artist Marcus Baby honored Barbosa by making a doll dressed as a bride, inspired by Nicole character of the telenovela Amor à Vida.
  • In 2015, Marcus Baby was inspired by Barbosa character Malvina on the series Amorteamo to create a featured doll corpse bride.

Other honors[edit]

  • Elected "Muse of the summer 2016, by the magazine Vogue Brazil
  • Elected "The Best-Dressed Celebrity of the Year" in 2015 by R7 portal
  • Named one of "The Top 25 Celebrities in Brazil in 2015", voted by Brazilian Forbes magazine
  • Crowned Queen of the Copacabana Palace Carnival Ball, at age 19, the youngest queen in the history of the event
  • Featured on the list of the "30 most influential young people in Brazil in 2015" by the Brazilian version of Forbes
  • Elected one of "The 100 most influential people of Brazil in 2014", by Época magazine.
  • Elected one of "The five Brazilian celebrities best dressed of 2014", by Vogue magazine
  • Elected one of "The sexiest Brazilian women of 2014", by men's site El Hombre in December 2014
  • Elected by the Brazilian Glamour magazine as "the 4th best-dressed celebrity in the world of 2013", in December 2013
  • Elected by VIP magazine as the 7th "Sexiest Woman in the World" in 2013, 15th in 2014 and 5th in 2015
  • Elected by the Brazilian version of Glamour as "Brazil's best-dressed celebrity of 2012", and ninth in the world in December 2012
  • Chosen by ISTOÉ as the 6th sexiest woman in 2012 in Brazil

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