Carla Camurati (Carla de Andrade Camurati)
BiographyRio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Carla Camurati was born on 14 October 1960 and worked as a biology teacher before she became an actress. Her first film was "O Olho Mágico do Amor" (1981). For this work she got a prize of Best Supporting Actress. She then begun a successful career on television working in soap operas like "Sol de Verão" (1982), "Livre para Voar" (1984) and "Fera Radical" (1988). In 1983 she took photos for Playboy. In 1985 she got a Gramado Prize for her role in "A Estrela Nua". In 1987 she won the Kikito prize for her role in "Eternamente Pagu". Read more... she also directed her first film, but her first success as a director was "Carlota Joaquina" (1995). In 2001 Carla directed "Copapcabana", starred by Marco Nanini. According to a recent interview, Carla and Nanini had long conversation and so Carla got interested in "Irma Vap - O retorno", a play Nanini stars with long time friend Ney Latorraca. Carla then decided to adapt the play for the cinema.