Cleyde Yáconis

Cleyde Yáconis, (November 14, 1923 – April 15, 2013) was a Brazilian actress.

Cleyde Yáconis
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Cleyde Yáconis
Born
Cleyde Becker Iaconis

(1923-11-14)November 14, 1923
DiedApril 15, 2013(2013-04-15) (aged 89)
OccupationActress
Years active1950-2012
Spouse(s)Stênio Garcia (1958-1969) Divorced

Life and careerEdit

She began her career at Brazilian Comedy Theater (TBC) with her sister, actress Cacilda Becker. Having a repertoire of more varied and illustrious theatrical dramaturgy nationwide. To Cleyde, has always been normal squad to play characters older than her own, perhaps because of its contralto voice and her serious features.

She actively participated in theater productions and television, in cinema but acted very little in more than a half-century career. Her last TV role was fun Dona Brigida Gouveia, in the Silvio de Abreu's telenovela Passione, aired by Rede Globo. Among her television work, stand out Mulheres de Areia, Os Inocentes, Gaivotas, Ninho da Serpente, Rainha da Sucata, Vamp and Torre de Babel.

Her most striking role was Isabelle de Bresson in Rainha da Sucata, a bankrupt millionaire who behaved as if she were still rich and did not accept the reality in which she lived.

On September 29, 2009, the former Cosipa Culture Theatre was renamed "Cleyde Yáconis Theatre" in honor of the actress who starred in the first play produced in the house - The Road to Mecca.

In July 2010, she withdrew from Passione, having broken her femur. She came back to production on August 12. Due to complications that had the implant prosthesis in her femur, the actress stayed away from the telenovela recordings for at least 15 days.

DeathEdit

On April 15, 2013, she died in Sírio-Libanês Hospital where she was hospitalized since March.[1]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

  • Veneno (1952) - Gina (voice)
  • Na Senda do Crime (1954) - Jurema
  • A Madona de Cedro (1968) - Lola Boba
  • Beto Rockfeller (1970)
  • Parada 88 - O Limite de Alerta (1978) - Preacher
  • Dora Doralina (1982)
  • Jogo Duro (1985)
  • Célia & Rosita (2000, Short)
  • Bodas de Papel (2008) - Dona Cecília

TelevisionEdit

  • O amor tem cara de mulher (1966, TV Tupi) - Vanessa
  • Éramos Seis (1967, TV Tupi) - Dona Lola
  • A Muralha (1968, TV Excelsior) - bandeirante (participation)
  • Os Diabólicos (1968, TV Excelsior) - Paula
  • A menina do veleiro azul (1969, TV Excelsior)
  • Vidas em conflito (1969, TV Excelsior) - Ana
  • Mais Forte que o Ódio (1970, TV Excelsior) - Clô
  • Mulheres de Areia (1973, TV Tupi) - Clarita Assunção
  • Os Inocentes (1974, TV Tupi) - Juliana
  • Ovelha Negra (1975, TV Tupi) - Laura
  • O Julgamento (1976, TV Tupi) - Mercedes
  • Um dia, o amor (1976, TV Tupi) - Maria Eunice
  • Aritana (1978, TV Tupi) - Elza
  • Gaivotas (1979, TV Tupi) - Lídia
  • Um homem muito especial (1980, Rede Bandeirantes) - Marta
  • Floradas na Serra (1981, TV Cultura) - Dona Matilde
  • O fiel e a pedra (1981, TV Cultura)
  • O vento do mar aberto (1981, TV Cultura) - Clara
  • Campeão (1982, Rede Bandeirantes) - Helena
  • Ninho da Serpente (1982, Rede Bandeirantes) - Guilhermina Taques Penteado
  • Meus Filhos, Minha Vida (1984, SBT) - Adelaide
  • Uma Esperança no Ar (1985, SBT)
  • Rainha da Sucata (1990) - Isabelle de Bresson
  • Vamp (1991) - D. Virginia
  • Olho no Olho (1993) - D. Julieta
  • Sex Appeal (1993) - Cecília
  • Os Ossos do Barão (1997, SBT) - Melica Parente de Redon Pompeo e Taques
  • Torre de Babel (1998) - Diolinda Falcão
  • As Filhas da Mãe (2001) - Dona Gorgo Gutierrez
  • Um Só Coração (2004) - herself (special participation)
  • Cidadão Brasileiro (2006, Rede Record) - Dona Joana Salles Jordão
  • Eterna Magia (2007) - Dona Chiquinha (Francisca Finnegan)
  • Passione (2010)

TheaterEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://ego.globo.com/famosos/noticia/2013/04/cleyde-yaconis-morre-em-sao-paulo.html
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-04-24. Retrieved 2013-04-16.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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