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Born in Blumenau, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Birth NameVera Fischer
Height 5' 7¾" (1.72 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Vera Fischer was born on November 27, 1951 in Blumenau, Santa Catarina, Brazil. She is an actress and producer, known for The Clone (2001), Intimidade (1975) and Amor Estranho Amor (1982). She was previously married to Felipe Camargo and Perry Salles.

Spouse (2)

Felipe Camargo (1989 - 1995) (divorced) (1 child)
Perry Salles (1971 - 1987) (divorced) (1 child)

Trade Mark (1)

Husky voice

Trivia (25)

She has one daughter, Rafaela Fischer (b. 1979), with actor Perry Salles. She has one son, Gabriel (b. 1993), with actor Felipe Camargo.
Miss Brazil 1969.
She is of German-Brazilian heritage
She worked with her daughter Rafaela Fischer and with her ex-husband Perry Salles in the play "A Primeira Noite de um Homem".
Her hobbies are: cooking, painting and writing poems.
She designs clothes and jewelery.
Beyond Portuguese, she speaks fluent English and German.
In Brazil, she is considered one of the biggest sexual symbols ever.
She met her ex-husband Felipe Camargo in the soap opera "Mandala" (1987), free adaptation of Sophocles' Greek tragedy "Oedipus the King". Like the play, in the soap, Vera played Felipe's mother and they fell in love.
One of the biggest Brazilian stars, Vera has been produced, directed and appeared in trash short-films as a hobby, like "Serpentes e Escorpiões" (2005).
Her son, Gabriel, went to a German school in Rio de Janeiro. The school's name is Escola Alemã Corcovado (German School Corcovado).
Mother: Hildegard. Father: Emil Fisher. She had a brother named Werner.
She lost custody of her son Gabriel in 1997 because she had drinking and drugs problems. Gabriel was 8 years old and he went to live with his father. Nowadays Vera is totally recover.
Posed twice for Brazilian Playboy: on August 1982 and on January 2000.
Besides winning Miss Brazil 1969 contest, Vera also won Miss Photogene.
She was Miss Santa Catarina in 1969. She was 17 years old.
She was awarded as Best Actress in Brazilian Cinema Festival of Brasília in 1982 for her role in the movie "Amor Estranho Amor" (Love Strange Love).
She won Air France Award of Cinema for best actress in 1982 for her role in the movie "Amor Estranho Amor" (Love Strange Love).
Vera is a good friend of actress Carolina Dieckmann.
Her son Gabriel plays drums in a new metal band called "Nothing".
Vera was a good friend of her late first husband, actor Perry Salles.
On June 2007 Vera made her first exposition as a plastic artist in Rio de Janeiro. The exposition was called Female.
In 2007 she publish a book called "Vera, a Pequena Moise".
On February 2007 she made her debut as a theater director with the play Confidências, written by her ex-husband Perry Salles.
Writing, producing and directing horror B-movies, set on her house and casting her friends as actors. Her first film aired in Brazil's main television network "TV Globo". [June 2005]

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