Ricardo Carrico continues on stage with his play “Monólogos do Pénis”. A show that premiered at the end of September and combined with Ricardo Castro. In addition to this, he was also a part of the cast of the third season of Opto’s series ‘O Clube’.
The projects discussed in conversation with Fama ao Minuto, not forgetting her career in the world of fashion and the steps she also took in music.
But the “news” in your life is not only on a professional level. Ricardo Carrico is living a new phase in terms of love and family, after he married Ana Rebelo last May. These topics were not excluded either.
He recently returned to SIC for the third season of ‘O Clube’. What stands out the most about this project?
“O Clube” is a high-quality national series, highlighting performance, lighting, decor, wardrobe and of course the luxurious cast. A series that was recorded with a single camera, as if it were a movie.
The lack of an exclusive contract always has two sides: it does not give us monthly stability, but it allows us to work on several fronts.
A project that arrives shortly after the recording of the TV series “Ammar Demis”. Doesn’t having an exclusive contract turn out to be an advantage or a disadvantage?
The registration for the telenovela “Amar Demais” ended in December 2020. However, she has already participated in two mini-series and in August she was invited to the “O Clube”. As in all professions, the lack of an exclusive contract always has two aspects: it does not give us monthly stability, but it allows us to work on several fronts.
He has the play “Monólogos do Pénis” which he shares with fellow actor Ricardo Castro. How is this first experience with Ricardo Castro on stage?
It moves us with massive audience acceptance. This experience with Ricardo Castro was an excellent adventure. We’ve already worked together on TV, but this theater project has proven that we make a good duo. Ricardo Castro, in addition to being an excellent and creative actor, has an exemplary professionalism.
Our profession is so dynamic that we learn every day. What looks bad today, tomorrow we can look back and see that it was the best thing that ever happened to us
A comedy in which two friends talk about their experiences, women, heartache, and insecurities… What are men’s biggest fears? And you what are they?
Already with a career of over 30 years, what he learns the most, good and bad
It sounds cliched, but our profession is so dynamic that we learn every day. What looks bad today, tomorrow we can look back and see that it was the best thing that ever happened to us. In the “good” part, it’s the same thing, every time we work on a new project we have something good to add.
“The uncertainty of the profession is sad, you do not know what will happen in your life tomorrow.” These were his words in an interview with High Definition a few years ago. Do you have a certain situation that makes you less anxious about this uncertainty, or do you think you can’t get to that level?
It’s not about status, it’s about maturity. Today I am calmer. I have the ability to look at other professions and see that they live the same way. Today, I can look ahead and see that we can create our opportunities and take a vow in this area. This is not to say that uncertainty (really) does not cause me anxiety, but that I feel it in a completely different way.
I do not consider myself in vain, but I love myself
“In the past, what we used to do was be conservative and not offend the image. Nowadays, it’s just the opposite. And the more I go around the world’s mouth, the better. And that, for my way of being, is a struggle. I’m an invisible person.” These words follow the previous ones… As the use of social networks increases, this exposure is more intense. How did you manage these developments, and how was this adaptation?
Like everything else in life, we have to get used to it. At first it is always more complicated, but over time we get used to it and learn to share what we want and it can add value to those who follow us.
Fashion came early in your life..are you a messed-up guy? Do you have any kind of care to “stop” aging?
I do not consider myself in vain, but I love myself. As much as possible, I take care of what I eat, exercise and have some daily skin care.
What we’re all looking for and that I’m lucky to live at 57
How do you see the evolution and recognition of fashion? What is the role of fashion in society in your opinion?
I like to think that fashion is a mirror of the evolution of society. He gives us directions that give each of us the freedom to choose.
Music is also a part of his life and he has already released a solo album titled O Meu Mundo. Do you intend to continue investing in the music world?
There is no doubt that music is part of my life. We are currently studying the next steps to be taken.
He also said in a conversation with Daniel Oliveira: “I think if at a certain point in my life fatherhood wasn’t introduced to me, it was for a reason.” Today she is married and has three children, how do you view fatherhood?
The family experience brought good surprises. It’s a challenge to share life with my stepchildren. They’re all different, all teens, they’re all awesome and together grow together. From theory to practice, we are always learning on a daily basis.
How would you describe this stage of your life? For you, at this point, does marriage have another flavor/meaning?
This phase of my life is to be a wonderful, daily state of bliss. What we are all looking for and that I am fortunate to live at 57 years old.
He always talks about his mother with great affection and says she is a great pillar in his life. But at what point was your mother’s support particularly meaningful and important?
Yes, my mother is a great pillar in my life, for the daily example she gives me (always since), for her values, for her education, and for the way she taught us to face life. Mom’s support is especially important every day.
And with your father, what else did you learn?
With my father I learned, among many other things, the ability to relate to everyone in the same way.
If I had to choose a character [interpretada por si ou não] What would Ricardo Carrico best describe, which would it be, and why? What is the best song that describes the life of Ricardo Carrico?
Good question. This time I didn’t get an answer (and I’m thinking), I don’t know which character or song would describe me better.
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