Juliana Paes

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Juliana Paes
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Paes in 2015
Born
Juliana Couto Paes

(1979-03-26) March 26, 1979 (age 40)
OccupationActress
Years active2000–present
Height5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) [1]
Spouse(s)
Carlos Eduardo Baptista(m. 2008)
Website www.julianapaes.com.br

Juliana Couto Paes (born March 26, 1979) is a Brazilian actress and former model. She became nationally known in telenovelas and modelling. She also starred a local version of the musical The Producers, as Ulla. [2]

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Career

Juliana as Maya Meetha, the protagonist of Caminho das Indias. Juliana Paes no Cafe com Gloria 06.jpg
Juliana as Maya Meetha, the protagonist of Caminho das Índias .

An actress, model and with a university degree, Paes became nationally known for her performances in "soap operas" of Rede Globo and for her looks. She was on the cover of Playboy magazine in May 2004.

In 2006, Paes was voted one of the sexiest one hundred people in the world by People Magazine. After that international projection, she hired an agent, showing interest in starting an acting career in the US.

Paes starred in many commercial campaigns, such as Colorama's and Hope's. Currently, she is the face of Arezzo for the second time and replaces the top model Gisele Bündchen as the star of the campaign for the jewelry brand Vivara.

Her debut as protagonist was the character Maya Meetha in the Brazilian telenovela Caminho das Índias'

In 2009, she entered the select group of protagonists of the novel of the eight of Rede Globo when interpreting Maya, in Caminho das Índias, novel of Glória Perez winner of Emmy 2009. The actress starred in several advertising campaigns including Colorama and Hope. It was the advertising girl of the brand Arezzo and the jewelry brand Vivara. It was considered by Revista Época one of the 100 most influential Brazilians of the year 2009. On September 24, 2010, Juliana Paes debuted the program Por un fio at GNT. After the birth of her first child, Juliana returned to television in September 2011 in a guest appearance on the remake of the novel O Astro (2011 TV series).

In 2012, she starred in the episode "The Justice of Olinda" in the series As Brasileiras by Daniel Filho, playing Janaína, as well as the protagonist of the remake of Gabriela (2012 TV series), written by Walcyr Carrasco winner of Emmy 2016, under Roberto Talma and Mauro Mendonça Filho winner of Emmy 2011. In 2014, before even ending maternity leave, he accepted the invitation of director Luiz Fernando Carvalho Emmy nominated (2005,2014,2016), to star in the reboot of Meu Pedacinho de Chão, by author Benedito Ruy Barbosa Emmy nominated (2006,2017). Still in 2014, presents next to Márcio Garcia new version of the Golden Globe on Canal Viva. In 2016 she played the Carolina villain, in the telenovela Totalmente Demais Emmy nominated 2017, where she lived a loving square, alongside Marina Ruy Barbosa, Fábio Assunção Emmy nominated 2011 and Felipe Simas. In the year of 2017 it resumes its partnership with Glória Perez when living Fabiana Escobar known as Bibi Perigosa, in the telenovela A Força do Querer of Rede Globo. The plot has reached high ratings, and its character has become very popular, winning many awards from the critics.

Personal life

Paes was born Rio Bonito, Rio de Janeiro. According to her, she is of Arab, African, Portuguese, Spanish and Native Brazilian descent. [3] She is the oldest child of Regina and Carlos Henrique Paes. She has three siblings: Mariana, Rosana, and Carlos Henrique Jr.

On September 9, 2008, she married in total communion of assets with businessman Carlos Eduardo Baptista, at Itanhangá Golf Club, being considered the "bride of the year".

On December 16, 2010, her first son, Pedro, was born in the city of Rio de Janeiro. [4] At the end of 2012, Paes announced her second pregnancy. [5] On July 21, 2013, the couple's second child, Antônio, was born in the maternity ward of Barra da Tijuca, the same hospital where Paes gave birth to Pedro. [6]

Filmography

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1998 Malhação Featured
2000 Laços de Família Ritinha
2001Brava GenteRosinha
O Clone Karla
2002Sítio do Picapau AmareloJurema
2003 A Casa das Sete Mulheres Princess TeiniaguáTV miniseries
Celebridade Jacqueline Joy
Os Normais Marialva
2005 América Creusa
Levando a VidaGrace
2006 Pé na Jaca Gui (Guinevere Ataliba dos Santos)
2007 Toma Lá, Dá Cá Suellen
Dicas de um SedutorVera Lúcia
2008 Duas Caras Herself1 episode
A Favorita Maíra Carvalho
2009 Caminho das Índias Maya MeethaLead role
2011 O Astro Nina
2012 Gabriela [7] GabrielaLead role
As Brasileiras JanaínaEpisode: "A Justiceira de Olinda"
2014
Meu Pedacinho de Chão CatarinaLead role
2015 Totalmente Demais CarolinaLead role
2017 Dois Irmãos Zana2 episodes
A Força do Querer Fabiana Duarte Feitosa (Bibi Perigosa)Lead role
2019 A Dona do Pedaço Maria da Paz Sobral RamirezLead role

Cinema

Awards and nominations

Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2015Best Actress
The Farewell
Won


Gramado Film Festival

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2014Best Actress
The Farewell
Won

Paulista Association of Art Critics

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2017Best Actress
A Força do Querer
Won

Prêmio Contigo! de TV

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2006Best Supporting Actress
América (Brazilian TV series)
Nominated
2010Best Actress
Caminho das Índias
Nominated
2017Best Actress
A Força do Querer
Won

Prêmio Extra de Televisão

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2009Best Actress
Caminho das Índias
Nominated
2014Best Actress
Meu Pedacinho de Chão
Nominated
2017Best Actress
A Força do Querer
Won

Prêmio Quem de Televisão

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2012Best Actress
Gabriela (2012 TV series)
Nominated
2014Best Actress
Meu Pedacinho de Chão
Nominated

Internet Trophy

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2010Best Actress
Caminho das Índias
Won
2018Best Actress
A Força do Querer
Won

Troféu Imprensa

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2010Best Actress
Caminho das Índias
Nominated
2018Best Actress
A Força do Querer
Won

Melhores do Ano

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

Year Category Nominated Result Ref.
2009 Best Actress
Caminho das Índias
Nominated
2017 Best Actress
A Força do Querer
Nominated
2019 Best Actress
A Dona do Pedaço
Won
YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2007Cat of the Year
Caminho das Índias
Won

Quality Award Brazil

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2007Best Actress in Theater - Musical
The Producers
Nominated
2009Best Actress
Caminho das Índias
Won

ISTOÉ Trophy - Brazilians of the Year

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2009Best Actress
Caminho das Índias
Won
2017Best Actress
A Força do Querer
Won

Brazilian Society of Aesthetic Dentistry

YearCategoryNominatedResultRef.
2016Smile of the Year
HERSELF
Won

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References

  1. "Juliana Paes: "Chorei ao ver o vídeo da Susan Boyle"". Rede Globo - Domingão do Faustão. Retrieved May 26, 2011.
  2. "A Desinibida do Andaraí". O Mossoroense. September 4, 2003. Retrieved February 11, 2011.
  3. Juliana Paes comentou que tem descendência árabe, negra e de índio
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  5. "Grávida de três meses, Juliana Paes passeia com filho em shopping". Ego. 12 January 2013. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
  6. "Nasce segundo filho de Juliana Paes, Antônio". Terra. 21 July 2013. Retrieved 22 July 2013.
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