Tammy Di Calafiori

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Tammy Di Calafiori
Born Tammy Di Calafiori
(1989-03-10) March 10, 1989 (age 26)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Occupation Actress and host
Years active 2005–present

Tammy Di Calafiori (born March 10, 1989)[1] is a Brazilian actress and television host. She has played the lead role in the telenovela Ciranda de Pedra.

Career[edit]

Born in Rio de Janeiro,[1] her fist work was in the 2005 telenovela Alma Gêmea, by Walcyr Carrasco, playing Nina, sister of Vitório, played by Malvino Salvador. Tammy Di Calafiori played one of the lead roles,[2] Vírginia Prado, daughter of Ana Paula Arósio's character, named Laura Prado, in the 2008 Rede Globo telenovela Ciranda de Pedra,[3] playing the same character as Lucélia Santos in the 1980s version of the telenovela.

Telenovela author Sílvio de Abreu invited her to join the cast of the 2010 telenovela Passione, when she played a patricinha (Brazilian version of valley girl) character named Lorena Gouveia, daughter of Stella Gouveia, played by Maitê Proença[3] Both characters get involved in a love triangle with Daniel de Oliveira's character, named Agnello Mattoli.[3]

Tammy Di Calafiori was announced in 2012 as one of the hosts of the Brazilian version of the American sports channel Fox Sports,[4] thus making her debut has a reporter and as a sports host.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Television
Year Title Role
2005 Alma Gêmea Nina Santini
2008 Ciranda de Pedra Virgínia Toledo Silva Prado
2010 Passione Lorena Gouveia
2012 Fora de Controle Diana
2012 As Brasileiras Episode: Maria do Brasil
2012 Fox Sports TV presenter
2014 Milagres de Jesus Diná
2015 Os Dez Mandamentos Ana

Cinema[edit]

Television
Year Title Role
2008 Meu Nome Não é Johnny Young Laura
2010 A Suprema Felicidade Marylin Monroe
2012 Primeiro Dia de um Ano Qualquer Lívia
2014 Confissões de Adolescente - O Filme Talita

Theater[edit]

Television
Year Title Role
2012 Casório
2013 A Minha Primeira Vez

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Perfil: Tammy Di Calafiori" (in Portuguese). Caras. Retrieved January 29, 2012. 
  2. ^ Thaís Botelho. "Tammy Di Calafiori" (in Portuguese). IstoÉ Gente. Retrieved January 29, 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c Miguel Arcanjo Prado (July 26, 2010). "Vai ser babado, diz Tammy Di Calafiori sobre disputa com Maitê Proença por Daniel Oliveira em Passione" (in Portuguese). R7. Retrieved January 28, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Os conquistadores da América". Veja Rio. Year 45 (5): 30–31. February 1, 2012. 
  5. ^ Ribamar Xavier (January 16, 2012). "Contratados do Fox Sports Brasil farão gravações na Argentina" (in Portuguese). Esporte & Mídia. Retrieved January 28, 2012. 

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