Brazilian comedian and writer Joe Soares, who was discovered by Portugal on the show “Viva o Gordo!”, has died , in 1981, today, in São Paulo, Brazil, at the age of 84, informed his ex-wife, Flavia Piedras, through a post. In the Instagram network.
I thank the lords of time and space, for they have given me the good fortune to let our lives intersect. Thank you for the asthma-inducing laughs, for our homes on my way, for trips to the most luxurious and lighthearted places, for the amount of movies I thought I was lucky to never remember seeing again, and for the indecent amount of ice cream we took to watch.
Thank you forever, for the joys and also for the pain we inflict on ourselves. Even this made us more and better.
The comic’s funeral ceremony will be dedicated to family and friends.
Joe Soares’ life
Jose Eugenio Soares, better known as Joe Soares, was born on January 17, 1938 in Rio de Janeiro. He made his film and television debut in the late 1950s, as a screenwriter and actor, specifically at the Grand TV Tupi theater, and achieved greater success about ten years later when he arrived on TV Globo with the program “Faça Humor Não Fazer Guerra”, which He was an actor and author.
Portugal discovered the author of “O Xangô de Baker Street” in 1981, when RTP began broadcasting its comedy show “Viva o Gordo!”.
And in the last post on his official page on the Twitter network, dated Thursday, Joe Soares wrote: “It is not necessary to show beauty to the blind, nor to tell the truth to the deaf. I like you.”
“Infuriatingly humble analyst. Bacon maven. Proud food specialist. Certified reader. Avid writer. Zombie advocate. Incurable problem solver.”