Actress and comedian Marina Miranda, 90, died Monday (20 years old) in Rio.
She had been hospitalized since Sunday (19) at the Miguel Coto Hospital, in Leblon, in the Southern District, with a serious condition.
The actress, who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease, had a urinary tract infection and lung disease.
Marina Miranda played Donna Charanga in Escolinha do Professor Raimundo – Photo: clone
Marina Miranda has worked on programs such as “Professor Raimundo’s Little School, where he played Donna Charanga, andScales, but they don’t go down“.
She has built a career with notable personalities and with Tiao McCally forged an unforgettable duo.
Scales But They Don’t Go Down: Tiao McCali and Marina Miranda
Marina Miranda participated in Os Trapalhões alongside Tião Macalé
In 1977, he presented the television series “Mrs. ShebaTogether with Yara Cortes and Nivea Maria.
He also participated in series such as “The tent of miracles“, in 1985, and in the ’90s he did a job”owner of the world“.
Marina Miranda in a photo posted by her daughter on the day of her hospitalization – Photo: Reproduction / Instagram
Comedian Helio de la Peña praised on his social network:
“My deepest feelings. Marina Miranda has been an unrecognized icon. For decades she has been a pioneer in irreverent, rebellious, and offensive humor. Marina has made my childhood very happy. I have great respect for her history and great admiration for her talent for laughter. As her biography clovis_correa_rj says so well, Marina was beyond Crioula Difícil, the most striking character. Rest in peace, my queen. I wish the family and fans preserve the good times that Marina gave us,” she posted on Instagram.
Also through a social network, Paulo Centura, who also worked on “Escolinha do Professor Raimundo”, lamented the actress’ death.
“Another TV star has stepped up to join the celestial cast of Professor Raimundo’s Escolinha. Marina Miranda has good light and peace of soul,” the post reads.
“Social media pioneer. Pop culture expert. Very humble internet enthusiast. Author.”