Herval Rossano

Herval Abreu Pais (April 23, 1935 – May 8, 2007), better known by his stage name Herval Rossano, was a Brazilian TV actor and director from Campos dos Goytacazes. He directed both the original 1976 version and the 2004 remake of Isaura the Slave.

Herval Rossano
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Born
Herval Abreu Pais

(1935-04-23)April 23, 1935
DiedMay 8, 2007(2007-05-08) (aged 72)
São Paulo, Brazil
NationalityBrazilian
OccupationActor • Director

He was a cinema actor and his first movie was Luzes nas Sombras in 1952, in which he played a very small role. Despite the small roles in movies and of the little payment he received for them, he participated in two productions every year. Soon he became part of the permanent cast of Multifilmes, becoming the leading man in Eva Wilma, and working with Procópio Ferreira and Maria Vidal.[1]

FilmographyEdit

As actorEdit

Cinema
  • 1952: Luzes nas sombras
  • 1952: Destino
  • 1953: O homem dos papagaios
  • 1953: O craque - Dr. Mário
  • 1953: Balança mas não cai
  • 1954: A sogra
  • 1959: Maria 38 - Henrique
  • 1959: Titio não é sopa - Paulo
  • 1959: Eu sou o tal
  • 1959: Dona Xepa
  • 1959: Trágica mentira
  • 1960: A Viúva Valentina - Mário
  • 1961: Samba em Brasília - Valdo
  • 1962: Assassinato em Copacabana - Germano
  • 1962: Quiero morir en carnaval
  • 1962: Três colegas de batina - Aloisio
  • 1963: Sonhando com Milhões - Gervásio
  • 1963: Quero essa mulher assim mesmo
  • 1965: No tempo dos bravos
  • 1975: O casal - Doctor
  • 1975: Amantes, amanhã se houver sol
TV

As DirectorEdit

Director supervisor

As Libreto authorEdit

  • 1975: Na roda vida da vida - Caso especial.
  • 1991: O portador - mini series - with José Antonio de Souza.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Folha Online - Ilustrada - Morre Herval Rossano, diretor de "A Escrava Isaura" - 09/05/2007". uol.com.br. Retrieved 3 November 2016.

External linksEdit

Herval Rossano at IMDb