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Domingos Montagner
Born Domingos Montagner Filho
(1962-02-26)26 February 1962
São Paulo, São Paulo,  Brazil
Died 15 September 2016(2016-09-15) (aged 54)
Canindé de São Francisco, Sergipe, Brazil[1][2]
Cause of death Drowning
Resting place Quarta Parada Cemetery, São Paulo
Nationality Brazilian
Occupation Actor, producer, clown
Years active 1997–2016
Spouse(s) Luciana Lima (m. 2002; his death 2016)
Children Leo (b. 2003)
Antônio (b. 2007)
Dante (b. 2012)

Domingos Montagner Filho (26 February 1962 – 15 September 2016) was a Brazilian actor, playwright and entrepreneur. He began his career in theaters and circuses, through the course of interpretation of Myriam Muniz. In 1997, Montagner formed La Mínima group, alongside Fernando Sampaio, and won the Shell Award for Best Actor. In 2003, he founded the Zanni Circus, of which he was artistic director.

He began his career on TV, three years later, but gained national notoriety after portraying Captain Herculano in the soap opera Cordel Encantado (2011), Mundo in Joia Rara (2013), and Miguel in Sete Vidas (2015). In cinema, he participated in the feature film Gonzaga: de Pai pra Filho (2012). He became "one of Brazil's most loved TV actors."[3]

In 2016, Montagner portrayed Santo dos Anjos, the protagonist of the soap opera Velho Chico, broadcast by Rede Globo, his last work. In a break between filming, he drowned while swimming in the São Francisco River, the main setting of the aforementioned television drama.[4][5]

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Biography and careerEdit

Montagner was born in São Paulo's neighborhood of Tatuapé in a family of Italian Brazilians.[6] He began working at sixteen in the bar of his parents in Tatuapé, where he worked as an office boy and archivist in an engineering company. Slender, at 6ft 3in 1,90 m tall, he became an athlete of the Sport Club Corinthians Paulista playing handball.[7]

Montagner was Second Lieutenant of the Brazilian Army and after leaving military service graduated in physical education, teaching in the 80s in public and private schools in São Paulo. It was so nearly eleven years when he began his artistic career at 27 years old.

He was a Roman Catholic.[8]

His artistic career began in the circus, in his theater company La Mínima in 1980. In 1990, Montagner joined the theater as a clown.

Montagner became a star of Brazilian television despite the fact that his first major television role did not come until he was 46 years old.[9] His first television series was Cordel Encantado of Rede Globo. Oe made a few appearances on the television shows Força-Tarefa and A Cura. He also participated in the show Divã, portraying Carlos Alencar, the lover of the protagonist Mercedes, played by actress Lília Cabral. In 2012, he played the role of President Paulo Ventura in the miniseries O Brado Retumbante.[10] In the same year, he played in Salve Jorge the Turkish tour guide Zyah, who falls in love with Bianca, Cléo Pires' character.[11] In 2013, he played the role of the activist Mundo in Joia Rara.[12]

In 2015, he was cast as the protagonist of Sete Vidas, in the role of Miguel, a man who discovers that he has seven children, after being a sperm donor.[13][14][15][16][17] His last performance was in 2016 in the soap opera Velho Chico, interpreting the character Santo dos Anjos.

Personal lifeEdit

Married since 2002 to Luciana Lima, administrative producer of La Minimum group, Montagner claimed that his wife would encourage him the most.[18] In 2013 ,the family moved to Rio de Janeiro,[18] but settled in Embu das Artes, in Greater São Paulo, about 25 km from the capital, in a quiet fenced residential condominium with their three sons.[19]

DeathEdit

On 15 September 2016, during the lunch break of the filming for Velho Chico, Montagner jumped into the São Francisco River, in the city of Canindé de São Francisco, state of Sergipe, but did not return to the mainland. Actress Camila Pitanga was swimming with Montagner and saw him disappearing into the water, dragged by a strong current. She screamed for help, being initially mistaken as if she was filming a scene. After realizing that the actress was screaming out of panic, the crew immediately stood up to check what was happening, as a boat came to rescue her. Montagner went missing for four hours until his body was found submerged and lifeless.[20][21] According to reports the Legal Medical Institute (IML) of Sergipe, the result of the autopsy performed Montagner's body pointed out that the actor died of mechanical asphyxia by drowning.[22] The Brazilian version of online magazine The Intercept speculated that the strong currents where the actor drowned were caused by the hydroelectric dam, the Usina Hidrelétrica de Xingó (Xingó Dam), upstream.[23] The dam lies approximately two kilometers upstream, and the flow rate allowed through the dam can affect currents.

At the time of his death, the filming of Velho Chico was just a few days from completion. However, climactic scenes for the finale, in which Montagner was the main character, hadn't been filmed yet. Production decided to complete the job as scheduled. Scenes in which Montagner's character, Santo, would have appeared would be shot from the character's point of view.Thus, Santo would be present in the scene, but would not be seen.[24]

Weeks prior to the casualty, Rede Globo aired a scene where Santo would be saved by Indians, who found him unconscious floating on the São Francisco River, having been shot by his enemy. The river was the same where the actor lost his life.[25]

FilmographyEdit

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Character Notes
2007-2008 Mothern João[26]
2010 Força-Tarefa Corporal Moacyr
A Cura Ezequiel's father
2011 Divã Carlos Alencar
Cordel Encantado Captain Herculano Araújo
2012 O Brado Retumbante Paulo Ventura[10]
Salve Jorge Zyah[27]
Gonzaga: De Pai pra Filho Colonel Raimundo
2013 Joia Rara Raimundo Fonseca (Mundo)[28]
2015 Sete Vidas João Miguel Oliveira Sanches
Romance Policial – Espinosa Espinosa[29][30]
2016 Velho Chico Santo dos Anjos (final television appearance)

FilmsEdit

Year Title Character Notes
2009 Paredes Nuas [31]
2012 A Noite dos Palhaços Mudos (short film) Clown[32]
Gonzaga – de Pai pra Filho Colonel Raimundo
2014 A Grande Vitória Cesar Trombini[33]
Tarja Branca – A Revolução que Faltava [34]
2015 Através da Sombra Afonso[35]
2016 De Onde Eu te Vejo Fabio[36]
Vidas Partidas Raul
Um Namorado Para Minha Mulher Corvo[37]
2017 Bingo: The King of the Mornings clown Aparício[38]

TheatreEdit

Year Title
2001 À La Carte[39]
2003 Piratas do Tietê, O Filme[39]
2006 Feia – Uma comédia circense[39]
2007 Reprise[39]
2008 A Noite dos Palhaços Mudos[40]
2012–16 Mistero Buffo[41]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2011 Prêmio Extra de Televisão Male Revelation
Cordel Encantado
Nominated [42]
Prêmio Globo de Melhores do Ano Best Revelation Actor Won [43]
Prêmio Quem de Televisão Best Supporting Actor Nominated [44]
2012 Prêmio Contigo! de TV TV Revelation Won [45]
2013 Prêmio Contigo! de TV Best Actor of Series or Miniseries
O Brado Retumbante
Won [46][47]
Prêmio Quem de Televisão Best Actor
Salve Jorge
Nominated [48]
2015 Troféu APCA Best Actor
Sete Vidas
Nominated [49][50]
2016 Prêmio Extra de Televisão Best Actor
Velho Chico
Won (posthumously)

ReferencesEdit

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