Paulo Gustavo Wiki
Paulo Gustavo was a Brazilian actor, comedian, director, screenwriter, and presenter. He became popular for the monologue Minha Mae e uma Peça, which, in 2013, became a feature film. It became the most-watched film of the year in Brazil, and in 2015, it was published as a book by the publisher Objetiva. Due to the huge success of critics and audiences, it was followed by two sequels, Minha Mae e Uma Peca 2 in 2016, and Minha Mae e Uma Peça 3 in 2019. He was nominated for the Shell Award for Best Actor, and graduated from the Casa das Artes de Laranjeiras (CAL) in early 2005, together with Fábio Porchat, Marcus Majella, among others.
Gustavo gained visibility at the end of 2004 when he joined the cast of the play Surto. On occasion, he introduced the humorous character, Dona Herminia. After his graduation in January 2005, he left the cast of Surto and joined the play Infraturas. During this period he also began to make small appearances on TV, such as in the telenovela Prova de Amor, by RecordTV, and in the series A Diarista, by Globo.
In 2006, the show Minha Mãe É Uma Parte (My Mother is a Piece) premiered, which won an adaptation for the cinema in 2013 and a continuation in 2016. In the monologue, with a text of his own, he again played Dona Hermínia. Built through her domestic and experiential observations, it brings together the most comical aspects of the personality of a typical middle-aged housewife, always on the verge of a nervous breakdown. His performance earned him a Prêmio Shell nomination for best actor. He starred in a title again on stage in 2010, to present the show Hiperativo, directed by Fernando Caruso. In 2011, he became the host of 220 Volts.
In June 2013, the sitcom Vai Que Cola debuted in TV production at Multishow, which spawned a film adaptation in 2015. In 2014, the actor was on a new program, the reality Paulo Gustavo na Estrada, by Multishow. In 2017, he left Vai Que Cola and joined the program A Vila, along with Katiuscia Canoro, with the script by Leandro Soares. In 2018, he recorded the DVD of the play Minha Mae e uma Peça at Concha Acustica at Teatro Castro Alves in the city of Salvador. He studied at the traditional Colégio Salesiano during elementary school.
Paulo Gustavo Death
He passed away on May 4, 2021, while hospitalized. He was then 42 years old. According to The Brazilian Report, he was admitted to the hospital on March 13, 2021, with a diagnosis of COVID-19. On April 2, 2021, his illness worsened and he was introduced to extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. On May 3, even after improving in the previous days, he suffered a pulmonary embolism, which caused a major worsening of his health. The medical report released that day said his condition was “unstable and extremely serious.” On the afternoon of May 4, 2021, a medical report stated that Gustavo’s condition was irreversible, but he still had vital signs. He later died that night.
Paulo Gustavo Cause of Death
He died of complications from Covid 19.
Paulo Gustavo Age
He was born Paulo Gustavo Amaral Monteiro de Barros on October 30, 1978, in Niterói, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and died on May 4, 2021, in Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil aged 42.
Paulo Gustavo Husband
He was married to his husband, dermatologist Thales Bretas on December 20, 2015, until the time of his demise in May 2021. He was openly homosexual since adolescence. They had two sons together.
Paulo Gustavo Children
He was the parent of two sons, Romeu and Gael, from different surrogates born on August 18, 2019. On October 13, 2017, Gustavo said on his Instagram that he and his husband would be the parents of a couple of twins, called Gael and Flora, through a surrogate, but the babies died in a miscarriage.
Paulo Gustavo Family
His parents are Dea Lucia Vieira Amaral , and Julio Marcio Monteiro de Barros and his sibling is called Ju Amaral.