Vitória Frate

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Vitória Frate
Born (1986-05-20) May 20, 1986 (age 31)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nationality Brazilian
Occupation actress
Parent(s) Daughter of TV director Diléa Frate
Relatives Sister of actress Ana Markun

Vitória Frate Paranhos (born 20 May 1986) is a Brazilian film, television and theater actress.

She graduated in Performing Arts, in Rio, Vitoria Frate began her acting career in theater in plays such as Nenhuma Palavra and De Para, by André Paes Leme, and Um Amor de Circo by Deco Ferreira, among others.

She debuted in film Era Uma Vez... (English title Once Upon a Time in Rio) playing the role of Nina, torn between her love Dé (Thiago Martins), and the overprotective watchful eye of her father (played by Paulo César Grande).

She became famous in the rebellious character of Júlia Cadore[1] in the television series Caminho das Índias (English title India - A Love Story) broadcast on Rede Globo channel.

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • In 2008, she was nominated for "Most Promising Actress" during Prêmio Qualidade awards in Brazil for her role in Era Uma Vez... as Nina
  • In 2009, she was nominated for "Most Promising Actress - Television" during Prêmio Qualidade awards in Brazil for her role as

Personal life[edit]

She is the daughter of TV film director Diléa Frate. Her sister Ana Markun is also an actress.[2]

Filmography[edit]

  • Era Uma Vez... (English title Once Upon a Time in Rio) as Nina (2008)
  • Léo e Bia as Cachorrinha (2010)
Television
  • India – A Love Story as Júlia Cadore (2009)
  • Bicicleta e Melancia as Diana (2010)
  • Bicicleta e Melancia 2 as Diana (2011)

Theater[edit]

  • Nenhuma Palavra
  • De Para
  • Um Amor de Circo
  • Estragaram todos os meus sonhos, seus cães miseráveis! (2010)
  • Alguém acaba de morrer lá fora (2011)

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