actress Marilou Bueno, 82, died this Wednesday (22) in Rio. She has been hospitalized in serious condition at the Miguel Coto Hospital, in the southern region of Rio de Janeiro, since the end of May, where she underwent abdominal surgery.
Because of postoperative complications, she had to be taken to the intensive care unit.
Marilou Bueno has worked in television for 50 years and participated in many successful series and programs.
Among the actress’s work on TV Globo are the TV series “Alto Astral” (2014), “Eta Mundo Bom” (2016), “Guerra dos Sexos” and “Kubanacan”, as well as the programs “Escolinha do Professor Raimundo”. ‘ and ‘Sítio do Picapau Amarelo’, ‘A Grande Família’ and ‘Hunting Talents’.
The actress is not married and has no children.
Marilou Bueno in ‘Caca Talentos’ – Photo: Publicity / TV Globo
Kristen Fernandez, Marilou Bueno, Angelica, Bettina Viani, and Renata Castro Barbosa in ‘Caça Talentos’ – Photo: Acervo/Globo
carioca . path Maria Luisa David Bueno de Lima His way into the arts began in 1960, with his film debut. The movie was “O Termite” and the actress had already introduced herself as Marilu Bueno, the name that would win all over Brazil.
In 1972, she began a list of memorable television roles. The first was in the TV series “O Bofe”.
Marilu Bueno has been in the TV series “O Bofe” since 1972 – Photo: Disclosure / TV Globo
Then came others distinguished Baldramatorgh Brazilian. The nanny Olivia was in both versions of the TV series “A Guerra dos Sexos”. In “Corbo de Alma”, she played Jasmine’s mother, in a drama series full of tragedy. Actress Daniela Perez was killed while filming.
In her last performance, in 2020’s “Salve-se Quem Can”, she was Dulce, part of a love triangle.
Marilou in the movie Stupid Cupid – Photo: Publicity / TV Globo
With a great talent for humor, he participated in many comedy shows. The ability to make people laugh has also arrived on stage. In a production with Drica de Moraes, he directed “O Crime do Dr. Alvarenga”, which was a huge hit, with script by Mauro Rassi.
In a life devoted to the art of acting, she lived surrounded by the affection of the public. Comedian Tetê, from “A Gata Comeu” (1985), was a fan favorite. She was a romantic partner with Claudio Corrêa e Castro.
Marilu Bueno as Tetê in A gata ate – Photo: Acervo / TV Globo
Sulamita, from the TV series Partido Alto (1984), also missed. A seamstress from the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro arrived home exhausted. Because of the TV series, the city of Rio de Janeiro has established a bus line to the Encantado neighborhood, in the northern region.
The final chapter of the series was recorded on Avenida Rio Branco, downtown, in the Carnival Parade. The highlight was Marilou’s smile, a mark both in fiction and in real life.
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