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Gilberto Braga, author of "Escrava Isaura" among other Brazilian series, dies at 75 - Observador

Gilberto Braga, author of “Escrava Isaura” among other Brazilian series, dies at 75 – Observador

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Unforgettable creator of villains And one of the greatest names Brazilian DramaGilberto Braga died Tuesday evening at the age of 75 in Rio de Janeiro. Septicemia – a generalized infection – was the cause of death. st 1.

Gilberto Braga wrote from “Corrida de Ouro” to “Babilónia”, passing through “Pátria Minha” and “Dancin’ Days” More than 20 novels. Character characteristics and Mysterious murders They made their narratives classics. “I like heroes a lot, but maybe I write villains better.”The novelist said.

His first experience in the region was in 1974, when he co-authored “Corrida de Ouro” with Lauro César Muniz and Janete Clair. Two years later, the author wrote Her first hit titled “Slave Isaura”: It is, to this day, one of the largest Rede Globo products for export.

In 1988, in partnership with Aguinaldo Silva and Leonor Bassères, “Vale Tudo” was announced and became one of the major milestones in the history of Brazilian television drama, He scored one of the biggest TV audiences at the time.

Another teacher appeared in 2008 with International Emmy Award nomination for Best Telenovela with “Paraíso Tropical”. Twin duets Taís and Paula, played by Alessandra Negrini, led to the production’s success.

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