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Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
Ribeiro (born 13 July 1971) is a Brazilian actor. He is one of Brazil's most renowned actors, mostly having lead roles in several works. He is perhaps most famous for his roles in the telenovelas: O Clone, América, A Favorita
A Favorita
and Avenida Brasil. In the early 1990s, he began his career in the telenovela Fera Ferida, in a recurring role portraying Fabrício. Benicío's major breakthrough role was in the critically acclaimed telenovela O Clone
O Clone
that aired between 2001 and 2002, gaining international recognition with her then, co-star Giovanna Antonelli
Giovanna Antonelli
and the show's creator Glória Perez. Since then, Benicío has received critical acclaim for his work in a wide range of television and film genres. Benicío's subsequent telenovelas and television series include, Chocolate com Pimenta (2004), a novela created by Walcyr Carrasco, together with Mariana Ximenes, América (2005) together with Deborah Secco, Pé na Jaca (2007), A Favorita
A Favorita
(2008), Ti Ti Ti, the successful Avenida Brasil (2012), the technology themed telenovela Geração Brasil (2014). He is also the recipient to the Prêmio Arte Qualidade Brasil, Troféu Imprensa, Prêmio Extra de Televisão, Prêmio Quem de Televisão awards.

Contents

1 Career 2 Personal life 3 Filmography

3.1 Television 3.2 Film

4 Theatre 5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links

Career[edit] Benicio's television roles include the popular telenovelas O Clone[1] and América, both which have aired in his native Brazil, the United States, Russia and in various countries in Latin America, Europe, and Asia. He has also starred in O Homem do Ano
O Homem do Ano
(2003) (Man of the Year). Benício has a son named Antônio with actress Alessandra Negrini
Alessandra Negrini
and a son named Pietro with actress Giovanna Antonelli. Personal life[edit] Benício was born in Niteroi. As a teenager he liked to surf with friends on the beaches of Rio and Niterói, but stopped after starting work as an actor.[2] He is quoted as saying that Charlie Chaplin inspired him as a young boy to be an actor. His favorite author is Miguel de Cervantes. He stated that as a youth he liked to smoke marijuana with all of his friends and never saw anything wrong with that, despite having stopped to become an actor. He started smoking cigarettes at age 26 and after more than 10 years of smoking, he quit the habit. He says he does not drink excessively and, after many years, he returned to do physical exercises.[3] In 1998 he began dating actress Alessandra Negrini. They moved in together and had a son, Antônio, born in the same year. The marriage ended in 1999 because of constant disagreements. They separated before the child even turned 1 year old.[4] In 1997 he met Carolina Ferraz
Carolina Ferraz
and they became friends, but at the time they met she was married. In 1999 Carolina was already separated and they started dating. They lived together, but the relationship lasted until 2001, when Carolina broke up with him because of excessive jealousy of Murilo.[5] In the same year of 2001, he met Giovanna Antonelli. They started dating in 2002 and a few months later they were living together. In 2004 they separated for a few months, but they reconciled and had a son, Pedro, born in 2005. In the same year, they separated because of irreconcilable differences.[6] In October, 2012, Benício, during a talk show, said he was in a relationship with actress Débora Falabella. After a long time of speculation, the two decided to take courtship. According to the actor, the couple kept the relationship under wraps during the recording of the telenovela Avenida Brasil, who had already separated from their ex recently.[7] Filmography[edit] Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1993 Fera Ferida Fabrício

1995 Irmãos Coragem Juca Cipó

A Comédia da Vida Privada Marco Antônio Episode: "Mãe é Mãe"

1996 Vira-Lata Bráulio Vianna / Dráuzio

1997 A Justiceira Junin Special
Special
appearance

A Comédia da Vida Privada Chico Episode: "Anchietanos"

Por Amor Leonardo Barros Mota (Léo)

1998 Meu Bem Querer Antônio Mourão

1999 Você Decide

Episodes: "Plano B, "O Terceiro Homem"

2000 Esplendor Cristóvão Rocha

2001 O Clone Lucas Ferraz

Diogo Ferraz

Edvaldo Leandro da Silva Ferraz (Léo)

Os Normais Tato Episode: "Normal, Apenas Normal"

Brava Gente Delegado Vilela / João Episodes: "A Coleira do Cao", "O Condomínio"

2003 Chocolate com Pimenta Danilo Albuquerque

2005 América Sebastião da Silva Higino (Tião)

2005–07 Os Amadores Guilherme Ferreira

2006 Pé na Jaca Arthur Fortuna

2008 A Favorita Eduardo "Dodi" Gentil

2009–11 Força-Tarefa Tenente Wilson

2010 Ti Ti Ti Ariclenes Martins / Victor Valentim

2012 Avenida Brasil Tufão (Jorge Araújo)

2014 Geração Brasil Jonas Marra [8][9]

2014 Amores Roubados Jaime Favais

2016 Nada Será Como Antes Saulo Ribeiro

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1995 O Monge e a Filha do Carrasco Ambrosius

1997 Os Matadores Toninho

Decisão Roberto

1999 Orfeu Lucinho

Até Que a Vida Nos Separe Tonho

2000 Woman on Top Toninho

2001 Amores Possíveis Carlos

2002 O Homem do Ano Maiquel

2004 Sexo, Amor e Traição Carlos

2005 Paid Michael Ângelo

2006 Seus Problemas Acabaram! Dr. Botelho Pinto

2007 Inesquecível Diego Borges

2012 E Aí... Comeu? Wôlnei

2013 Epic Bomba Portuguese voice over translation

2014 Obra Prima

[10]

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role

2003 Dois na Gangorra [11]

2006 Fica Comigo Esta Noite Edu[12]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Category Nominated work Result

1994 Troféu APCA Male Revelation

Fera Ferida

Won

2001 Grande Prêmio Cinema Brasil Best Actor

Amores Possíveis

Nominated

2002 Prêmio Arte Qualidade Brasil RJ Best Telenovela
Telenovela
Actor

O Clone

Won

Prêmio Austregésilo de Athayde Best Actor Won

2003 Festival de Cinema Latino-Americano de Washington Best Actor

O Homem do Ano

Won

Festival de Cinema Brasileiro de Miami Best Actor Won

2008 Prêmio Minha Novela Best Actor

A Favorita

Won

2009 Troféu Imprensa Best Actor

A Favorita

Won[13]

2010 Prêmio Arte Qualidade Brasil Best Actor

Ti Ti Ti

Won

Prêmio Extra de Televisão Best Actor Won

Troféu APCA Best Actor Won

Prêmio Minha Novela Best Actor Won

2011 Troféu Imprensa

Ti Ti Ti

Nominated [14]

2012 Prêmio Extra de Televisão Best Actor

Avenida Brasil

Nominated

2013 Troféu Internet[15] Best Actor Won

2013 Troféu Imprensa

Avenida Brasil

Won [14][16]

2014 Prêmio F5[17][18][19] Best Telenovela
Telenovela
Actor

Geração Brasil

Nominated

Best Actor

Amores Roubados

Won

References[edit]

^ "O Clone". Globo.com. Retrieved 29 November 2011.  ^ "Revista Trip" (in Portuguese). Universo Online. Archived from the original on 19 April 2008. Retrieved 20 February 2013.  ^ "Murilo Benício: Saiba tudo sobre a carreira e a trajetória do ator" (in Portuguese). Revista Quem. 15 November 2009. Retrieved 10 February 2013.  ^ " Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
está solteiro! Relembre as namoradas famosas do ator" (in Portuguese). Ego.globo.com. Retrieved 10 February 2013.  ^ " Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
e Carolina Ferreira: Quando o amor era possível" (in Portuguese). Terra Networks. Retrieved 10 February 2013.  ^ " Giovanna Antonelli
Giovanna Antonelli
e Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
se separam" (in Portuguese). Ofuxico.terra.com.br. 23 November 2005. Retrieved 10 February 2013.  ^ "Estamos praticamente casados, diz Benício sobre Débora Falabella" (in Portuguese). UOL. 2012. Retrieved 10 February 2013.  ^ Gshow (8 April 2014). "Tudo em família! Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
e Miele gravam juntos na Califórnia". Extras - Geração Brasil. Retrieved 5 April 2014.  ^ Gshow (5 May 2014). "Jonas Marra - Personagens - Geração Brasil". Personagens > Geração Brasil. Retrieved 30 May 2014.  ^ Purepeople. " Deborah Secco
Deborah Secco
e Susana Vieira comemoram atuação em filme juntas de novo". Retrieved 13 August 2014.  ^ Redação Terra (20 June 2003). " Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
e Giovanna Antonelli atuam juntos no palco". Terra Gente & Tv (in Portuguese). Terra Networks. Retrieved 1 July 2010.  ^ Redação JB Online (18 January 2008). "Peça 'Fica comigo esta noite' volta ao Rio para curta temporada". Jornal do Brasil (in Portuguese). Retrieved 1 July 2010.  ^ " Troféu Imprensa Lista de indicados e ganhadores de 2009". chancedegol.uol.com.br. Retrieved 23 September 2016.  ^ a b " Troféu Imprensa Lista de indicados e ganhadores de 2011". chancedegol.uol.com.br. Retrieved 23 September 2016.  ^ "SBT - Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão Troféu Internet de 2013 - Vencedores". sbt.com.br. Retrieved 23 September 2016.  ^ "SBT - Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão Troféu Imprensa de 2013 - Vencedores". sbt.com.br. Retrieved 23 September 2016.  ^ "F5 - televisão - Prêmio F5 - Ator do Ano (novela) - 01/12/2014". f5.folha.uol.com.br. Retrieved 23 September 2016.  ^ "Prêmio F5 - Ator Coadjuvante do Ano (série ou minissérie)". F5 - televisão. 1 December 2014. Retrieved 6 December 2014.  ^ "'Amores Roubados' e 'Dupla Identidade' dividem atenções no Prêmio F5". 

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APCA Award for Best Actor in Television

1972 — 1988

Paulo Gracindo (1972) Gianfrancesco Guarnieri (1973) Paulo Goulart (1974) Rolando Boldrin / Tarcísio Meira
Tarcísio Meira
(1975) Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
/ Mário Lago (1976) Antônio Fagundes
Antônio Fagundes
/ Carlos Augusto Strazzer / Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
(1977) Lauro Corona (1978) Paulo Autran
Paulo Autran
/ Roberto Bonfim (1979) Jardel Filho / Stênio Garcia
Stênio Garcia
(1980) Rubens de Falco / Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(1981) Luis Gustavo
Luis Gustavo
/ Reginaldo Faria (1982) Paulo Autran
Paulo Autran
(1983) Ney Latorraca (1984) Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
(1985) Carlos Vereza
Carlos Vereza
(1987) José Mayer
José Mayer
(1988)

1990 — 2009

Cláudio Marzo (1990) Otávio Augusto (1991) Armando Bógus (1992) Antônio Fagundes
Antônio Fagundes
(1993) José Wilker
José Wilker
(1994) Edson Celulari
Edson Celulari
(1995) Raul Cortez
Raul Cortez
(1996) Ary Fontoura
Ary Fontoura
(1997) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(1998) Matheus Nachtergaele
Matheus Nachtergaele
(1999) Tarcísio Meira
Tarcísio Meira
(2000) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2001) Marco Nanini (2002) Dan Stulbach
Dan Stulbach
(2003) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2004) Fúlvio Stefanini (2005) Lázaro Ramos
Lázaro Ramos
(2006) Marcelo Serrado
Marcelo Serrado
/ Wagner Moura
Wagner Moura
(2007) Guilherme Weber
Guilherme Weber
(2008) Felipe Camargo (2009)

2010 — present

Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
(2010) Gabriel Braga Nunes
Gabriel Braga Nunes
(2011) José de Abreu
José de Abreu
(2012) Mateus Solano
Mateus Solano
(2013) Irandhir Santos
Irandhir Santos
(2014) Alexandre Nero
Alexandre Nero
(2015) Marco Ricca (2016)

There was no award in 1974, 1986, 1989.

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Troféu Imprensa for Best Actor

1961–1977

Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
(1961) Leonardo Villar (1962) Percy Aires (1963) Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
(1964) Armando Bógus (1965) Sérgio Cardoso (1966) Francisco Cuoco
Francisco Cuoco
(1967) Francisco Cuoco
Francisco Cuoco
(1968) Stênio Garcia
Stênio Garcia
(1969) Juca de Oliveira (1970) Jardel Filho (1971) Francisco Cuoco
Francisco Cuoco
(1972) Francisco Cuoco
Francisco Cuoco
(1973) Paulo Gracindo (1974) Milton Moraes (1975) Paulo Gracindo (1976) Lima Duarte/ Paulo Gracindo (1977)

1981–2000

Jardel Filho (1981) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(1982) Luis Gustavo
Luis Gustavo
(1983) Paulo Autran
Paulo Autran
(1984) Ney Latorraca (1985) Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
(1986) Tarcísio Meira
Tarcísio Meira
(1987) Paulo Autran
Paulo Autran
(1988) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(1989) José Mayer/ Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
(1990) Cláudio Marzo (1991) Antônio Fagundes
Antônio Fagundes
(1992) Lima Duarte
Lima Duarte
(1993) Antônio Fagundes
Antônio Fagundes
(1994) Tarcísio Meira
Tarcísio Meira
(1995) Osmar Prado (1996) Raul Cortez
Raul Cortez
(1997) Ary Fontoura
Ary Fontoura
(1998) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(1999) Raul Cortez
Raul Cortez
(2000)

2001–present

Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2001) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2002) Tarcísio Meira
Tarcísio Meira
(2003) Dan Stulbach
Dan Stulbach
(2004) José Wilker
José Wilker
(2005) Marcos Caruso
Marcos Caruso
(2007) Wagner Moura
Wagner Moura
(2008) Cauã Reymond
Cauã Reymond
/ Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
(2009) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2010) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2011) Gabriel Braga Nunes
Gabriel Braga Nunes
(2012) Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
(2013) Mateus Solano
Mateus Solano
(2014) Alexandre Nero
Alexandre Nero
(2015) Guilherme Winter
Guilherme Winter
(2016) Sérgio Guizé (2017)

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Extra Television Awards for Best Actor

1998–2007

Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(1998) Marco Nanini (1999) Eduardo Moscovis (2000) Antônio Fagundes
Antônio Fagundes
(2001) Vladimir Brichta
Vladimir Brichta
(2002) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2003) Tony Ramos
Tony Ramos
(2004) Murilo Rosa
Murilo Rosa
(2005) Lázaro Ramos
Lázaro Ramos
(2006) Wagner Moura
Wagner Moura
(2007)

2008–present

Antônio Fagundes
Antônio Fagundes
(2008) Rodrigo Lombardi
Rodrigo Lombardi
(2009) Murilo Benício
Murilo Benício
(2010) Gabriel Braga Nunes
Gabriel Braga Nunes
(2011) Marcelo Serrado
Marcelo Serrado
(2012) Mateus Solano
Mateus Solano
(2013) Alexandre Nero
Alexandre Nero
(2014) Rodrigo Lombardi
Rodrigo Lombardi
(2015) Domingos Montagner (2016)

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