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Lorena Comparato (Born March 14, 1990, in Lisbon, Portugal) is known for many comedy and drama TV shows on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Comedy Central, E! Entertainment, Fox/Disney, Globo and other channels and platforms. She is an international award winning Brazilian Portuguese-English speaking actress, creator and TV host. Her most notorious works on TV are Samantha! (2018), the first Brazilian comedy on Netflix; Impuros (2018) - iEmmy Nominated - on Star+/FOX Premium/Disney; Pé na Cova (2013) & Cine Holliúdy (2019) Globo TV Shows and soap opera Rock Story (2016); Homens? (2019) on Comedy Central and Amazon Prime Video and for other roles in Brazilian TV shows like Forbidden City (2017), TOCs de Dalila (2016), E Aí... Comeu? (2016), Do Amor (2012), Open Bar (2010), Crossing the Line (2012). She's been in more than 10 movies, including the latest Lacuna (2021) by Rodrigo Lages, where she is not only protagonist, but also an associate producer. In 2018 she starred as the young protagonist in Golden Mouth (2019), by Nelson Rodrigues, directed by Daniel Filho and won Best Actress awards in USA and Uruguay. She had already been awarded best actress in other festivals like Marilia Festival for her part in the short Handebol (2010) and repeated her partnership with the director Anita Rocha da Silveira in Kill Me Please (2015), awarded/nominated by IndieLisboa, Munich, Festival of Rio and Venice Horizons. Amongst theater festivals and tours she had been in many plays in Brazil like "August Osage County" (2017/2018), "Não Tô Entendendo Nada" (2017/2018), "#Broncadequê?" (2015/2016), "Blackbird" (2014), "O Decote" (2012), "Meu Amigo Bobby " (2013), "Nadistas e Tudistas" (2013) and her theater company's Cia de 4 Mulheres first project "Ricardo" (2013/2014). The 4 women group also wrote and acted on the 2 season show E! No Filter WKND (2019) and are responsible for the first brazilian fiction Podcast on Spotify Brazil called "Prato Frio". Daughter of the well-known Brazilian scriptwriter Doc Comparato and the Brazilian speech coach Leila Mendes; she studied theater since she was a child. Together with her sister, the Brazilian actress Bianca Comparato, and her parents, she lived in Sintra, Portugal, for 6 years then moved to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She had drama classes in school (BSRJ), in college (PUC-Rio) where she graduated as a communications major, taking part of an exchange student program abroad at UCLA. She is mastering in Performing Arts at Escola de Artes Celia Helena and her education includes workshops with Ivana Chubbuck, Eduardo Milewicz, Brian Kite, Chris Newman, Marcio Libar, Arianne Minouschine, Juan Carlos Corazza, Jandiz Estrada, Cininha de Paula and many others.
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