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Myrian Muniz (1931–2004)

Myrian Muniz was born on October 28, 1931 in São Paulo, Brazil. She was an actress, known for Sea of Roses (1978), Os Maias (2001) and Memento Mori (2002). She was married to Carlos Henrique D'Andretta and Sylvio Zilber. She died on December 18, 2004 in São Paulo, São Paulo. See full bio »

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 2004 Metamorphoses (TV Series)
 2004 Nina
 2002 Memento Mori (Short)
No velório
 2001 Os Maias (TV Mini-Series)
Patrocínio das Neves
 2001 Amélia
 1998 Alô?!
 1998 Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos (TV Series)
 1996 Brava Gente (TV Series)
Esperança (1996)
 1982 O Homem do Pau-Brasil
The judge
 1978 Sea of Roses
Dona Niobi (as Miriam Muniz)
 1971 A Fábrica (TV Series)
Maria Albina
 1970 Cleo e Daniel
 1969 Nino, o Italianinho (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1969) ... Santa
 1969 Macunaima
Venceslau's wife

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Miriam Muniz

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Sister of José Muniz de Melo. See more »

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