Tião Macalé

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Tião Macalé
Born
Augusto Temístocles da Silva Costa

February 10, 1926
DiedOctober 26, 1993 (aged 67)
Occupation Actor

Augusto Temístocles da Silva Costa (February 10, 1926 October 26, 1993) known artistically as Tião Macalé, was a Brazilian comedian.

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He was born in Rio de Janeiro. He is known in Brazil for his role of supporting character in the Brazilian comedic series Os Trapalhões in the 1980s and early 1990s, and famous for his catchphrase Nojento! (Disgusting!) in the series and TV commercials. He suffered from lung diseases and died in São José do Rio Preto in 1993. [1]

Filmography

With Os Trapalhões

Solo

Sources

  1. "Morre o comediante Tião Macalé (translation:The comedian Tião Macalé dies)" (in Portuguese). Globo.com. October 26, 1993. Retrieved July 10, 2011.


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