Brazilian actor Paulo Gustavo dies of Covid
The actor Paulo Gustavo, 42 years old, died today (4) victim of complications caused by the covid-19. He had been hospitalized since March 13 at the Hospital Copa Star, in Copacabana, in the south zone of Rio de Janeiro.
The state of health has worsened since Sunday (2). This Tuesday afternoon, the actor’s family released a note classifying the actor’s condition as “irreversible”. According to the note, since last Sunday the actor’s picture had been deteriorating.
“Interned since March 13, in Rio de Janeiro, with covid-19, Paulo Gustavo remains in the Intensive Care Service. The medical team has just issued a new bulletin: After the discovery of the disseminated gas embolism that occurred last Sunday, due to bronchial venous fistula, the patient’s health status has deteriorated significantly. Despite the irreversibility of the condition, the patient still has vital signs present. “
On the same note, the actor’s family thanks the affection of fans and admirers and asks Paulo Gustavo and the other people affected by the covid-19 for prayers.
On Tuesday night, Paulo Gustavo’s death was confirmed on the actor’s official Twitter account.
Several Brazilian artists mourned the death of the actor, as was the case with musician Caetano Veloso, singer Daniela Mercury, presenter Tata Werneck or actress Deborah Secco.
With a successful trajectory in theater, television and cinema in Brazil, Paulo Gustavo Amaral Monteiro de Barros started to gain visibility, at the age of 26, in 2004, when he participated in the cast of the play “Surto”, in which he performed, for the first time time, the famous character “Dona Hermínia”, which became a milestone in his career and was inspired by the actor’s mother.
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The film trilogy “My mother is a play” has become the most viewed comedy saga in Brazil. Together, the three films sold more than 26 million cinema tickets between 2013 and 2020.
The last sequel, “My mother is a piece 3”, became even the biggest box office success in the history of Brazilian cinema, when it raised 143.9 million reais (21.9 million euros).
Paulo Gustavo leaves two younger children that he had, in a surrogacy process, with her husband, the doctor Thales Bretas.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro lamented on its official Twitter profile, the death of the actor: “May God receive him with joy and comfort the hearts of his family and friends, as well as all those victimized in that fight against covid”.