Francisco de Assis

Francisco de Assis



Francisco de Assis (born on September 22, 1936) is a Brazilian actor, director and producer. He is most known for his roles in the films “O Grande Circo Místico” (1963), “Amor de Perdição” (1974) and “Amor e Intrigas” (1980).

De Assis was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and had a passion for acting from a young age. He attended the National Theatre School in Rio de Janeiro and graduated in 1957. He began his career in theatre and worked in various productions throughout his career.

In 1963, De Assis made his film debut in “O Grande Circo Místico”, a film directed by Glauber Rocha. The film earned him a Best Actor award at Cannes Film Festival and launched his career in film.

In 1974, De Assis starred in “Amor de Perdição”, a film directed by Carlos Diegues. The film was a critical success and earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor.

De Assis also worked as a director and producer in his career. He directed and produced the film “Amor e Intrigas” in 1980, which was a critical and commercial success.

Throughout his career, De Assis has won numerous awards including Best Actor at Cannes Film Festival, a Golden Globe nomination and numerous awards from the Brazilian cinema community.

Despite his success, De Assis has continued to stay humble and has never forgotten his roots. He has always remembered to give back to the community, and has been involved in numerous charitable organizations.

De Assis has had a long and successful career in the entertainment industry and is considered to be one of the most influential figures in Brazilian cinema. He is an inspiration for aspiring actors and filmmakers and is an example of what can be achieved if you have the passion and drive.

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