August 4, 1995 (28)
Bruna Marquezine is a Brazilian actress who gained widespread attention for her role as Helena in the soap opera “Mulheres Apaixonadas.” She was one one of the children interviewers for the children’s program Gente Inocente in the 2000s and later cast in shows Mulheres Apaixonadas, América, Salve Jorge, I Love Paraisópolis and Deus Salve o Rei. She has received a few awards including the Troféu Imprensa, Contigo Award! 2004,and Young Brazilian Award.
Marquezine’s collaborations have brought her into contact with a diverse array of talent. Among the notable figures she has worked with are Rodrigo Santoro, Giovanna Antonelli, José Mayer, Paolla Oliveira, Fábio Assunção, Juliana Paes, Alexandre Nero, Glória Pires, Mateus Solano, and Fernanda Montenegro.
Throughout her career, Marquezine has received several awards that acknowledge her talent and influence in the industry. She has won the Prêmio Contigo de TV award for Best Child Actress for her performance in “Mulheres Apaixonadas” and the Capricho Award for Best National Actress for her role in “Deus Salve o Rei.” These honors validate her contributions to Brazilian arts and culture.