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The actress asked Globo for a break 35 years ago and has never returned to soap operas

The actress asked Globo for a break 35 years ago and has never returned to soap operas

Carla Camurati has given up her leading role to pursue more artistically challenging projects

Carla Camurati’s exit from the TV drama Globo turns 35 in September. Her last telenovela broadcast on the network was “Pacto de Sangue,” a costume drama in which she played Professor Aymée, a defender of the liberation of slaves.

Previously, she starred in hits such as “Fera Ferida”, “O Tempo eo Vento” and “Sol de Verão”. She starred in “Live para Voar”, playing a romantic partner with Tony Ramos. Very popular was the role of Bebel, a young millionaire who pretends to be an employee of the inherited factory to test the employees.

Globoplay included the production in its catalog at the end of 2023. “It was great to record the telenovela. How happy I was… A wonderful cast. Everyone was very friendly, sociable. It was really nice,” Carla said in a video on social media.

After ‘Pacto de Sangue’, she moved to SBT, where she starred in the soap opera ‘Brasileiros e Brasileiras’. She returned to Globo for two appearances in ‘Você Decide’ in 1991. She later left the channel permanently. Her last work as a television actress was the series “Grande Pai” on SBT.

Camurati later gave priority to cinema. In 1995 he made “Carlota Joaquina, Princess of Brazil”, a film that marked the resumption of national production after the dismantling of the film industry during the presidency of Fernando Collor.

He devoted himself to other successful films, such as ‘Copacabana’, with Marco Nanini, and to directing operas, such as ‘Madame Butterfly’ and ‘Carmen’. In 2021 he released the documentary ‘8 Presidents and 1 Oath – The History of a Present Time’, available on Globoplay.

Today, 63 years old, Carla Camurati is an example of the importance of audacity. She had the courage to leave her comfort zone in television, where she had stability and prestige, to embrace bigger challenges. Of her generation, she was a pioneer in achieving artistic autonomy, without depending on the big broadcasters.

Her naturalistic acting style is missing from soap operas. The heroines she plays, although surrounded by romance, have always been grounded in reality and have been valued in a relevant social context. Actors of the new generation must know their job.

The actress in some moments of soap operas: characters always involved in relevant discussions

Source: Terra

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