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Daniel de Oliveira (actor)

Daniel de Oliveira

Daniel de Oliveira was born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil on June 19, 1977.

He voiced both The Mumble (Happy Feet) and Chicken Little for Brazilian audiences.

He was married to Brazilian actress Vanessa Giácomo from 2004 to 2012 and they have two children.

Soap Operas



  • Alice no País das Maravilhas (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) - Belo Horizonte
  • O Sítio do Picapau Amarelo - Belo Horizonte
  • Lucrécia, o veneno dos Bórgias - Belo Horizonte
  • Êxtase - Rio de Janeiro


  • Prêmio Qualidade Brasil - Best cinema actor (2004) for Cazuza - O tempo não pára
  • Grande prêmio Tam de cinema Brasileiro - Best actor (2004) for Cazuza - O tempo não pára
  • Prêmio da APCA - Best cinema actor (2004) for Cazuza - O tempo não pára
  • Brazilian Cinema festival in Miami (Festival de Cinema Brasileiro de Miami) - Best actor (2004) for Cazuza - O tempo não pára
  • Prêmio ACIE de Cinema - Best actor (2004) for Cazuza - O tempo não pára
  • Prêmio BEA (BEA Award) - "Best male revelation of Brazilian Cinema"
  • Ibero-Americano LaCinemaFe Cinema festival - for his interpretation - in Cazuza - O Tempo não Pára, by Sandra Werneck and Walter Carvalho.

External links

  • Cazuza-O tempo não pára
  • Zuzu Angel
  • Daniel de Oliveira at the IMDB

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