One more sad news in 2022: he died early this Wednesday (21) actor Pedro Paulo Rangel🇧🇷 The Globo artist, who stood out in cinema, television and theater, was 74 years old and died due to complications from pulmonary emphysema. The G1 website confirmed the fact with Rangel’s family.
According to the publication, Pedro Paulo Rangel had been hospitalized at the CTI of Casa de Saúde São José, in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro, since November 30th.
The actor Pedro Paulo Rangel participated, this year, in the play O Ator e o Lobo. Source: Gisela Schlogel/Disclosure
Rangel’s career was extremely remarkable, both in cinema, television and theater. Born on June 29, 1948, in Rio de Janeiro, the actor began his artistic career in the classic play “Roda Viva”, by Chico Buarque de Hollanda, in 1968.
On stage, the actor also made history by winning several awards, including two Shell Awards, for “O Sermão da Quarta-Feira de Ashes” (1994) and “Soppa de Letras” (2004); and three times the Molière Prize, for “The Dawn of My Life” (1982), “Machado em Cena” (1989) and, again, “Sermão”.
On TV, his success was no different, having participated in important national productions, such as Super Plá (1969), Bicho do Mato (1972), Gabriela (1975), Saramandaia (1976), Vale Tudo (1988) and TV Pirata (1988). ).
In addition to dramas, the actor also found himself in comedies, making special appearances in works such as A Grande Família, A Diarista, Sob Nova Direction, Minha Nada Mole Vida, Os Aspones, O Dentista Mascarado, among other original Globo productions.
In cinema, the actor shone in the titles Os Três Musketeiros Trapalhões (1980), Menino do Rio (1982), Caramuru, a Invenção do Brasil (2001), O Coronel e o Lobisomem (2005) and Chico Xavier (2010).