José Raposo

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José Raposo
Born José Raposo
(1963-02-03) February 3, 1963 (age 59)
Lisbon, Portugal
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 1981–present

He began in the children's theater, by the hand of Francisco Nicholson in 1981 at the Teatro AdHoc, which company he integrated. He did Teatro de Revista (light comedy theater) on the Teatro Maria Vitória, Teatro Variedades and Teatro ABC, founded with his ex-wife Maria João Abreu the production company A Toca dos Raposos, with which he staged some shows.

He played O Processo de Jesus, from Diego Fabri (Teatro da Trindade); Volpone from Ben Jonson in Teatro Aberto; O Último dos Marialvas from Neil Simon, in Casa da Comédia. He was directed by Jean Jordheuil inGermânia 3 of Heiner Muller (CCB) and by André Gago in Os Portas, from John Godber in Teatro Nacional D. Maria II. He also played in Musical Theater, and made part of Annie of Thomas Meehan, under the direction of A. Cortez in Teatro Maria Matos.

He participated in 2003 in the show Cada Dia Um a Um a Liberdade e o Reino, directed by Jorge Silva Melo and worked with Filipe La Féria in A Rainha do Ferro Velho, of Garçon Kanin in Teatro Politeama in 2004.

He did television and was part of the cast of several soap operas and tv shows (2002 - Bons Vizinhos, 1998 - Ballet Rose from Leonel Vieira, 1998 - Médico de Família, 1995 - Pensão Estrela, 1990 - O Posto, 1990 - O Cacilheiro do Amor, 2007\08,2009 - Conta-me como foi, 2007 - Resistirei) and movies directed by Ruy Guerra, Tiago Guedes and Rita Nunes.

In cinema he was actor in some movies: Aqui na Terra (1993) from João Botelho; Sapatos Pretos (1998), Ganhar a Vida (2001) and Noite Escura (2004) from João Canijo; Os Mutantes(1998) from Teresa Villaverde; Corte de Cabelo (1995) from Joaquim Sapinho; Viúva Rica Solteira Não Fica (2006) de José Fonseca e Costa; Senhor Jerónimo (1998) de Inês de Medeiros; Camarate (2001) de Luís Filipe Rocha, A Costa dos Murmúrios (2005) from Margarida Cardoso , Filme da Treta (2006) from José Sacramento and Call Girl (2007). Participou na série O Testamento para a RTP.

He was also voice actor for:

Presently he plays in Filipe La Féria's recent show La Cage Aux Folles, premiered at June 13 in Teatro Rivoli, and now in Lisbon in Teatro Politeama, playing Zaza Napoli.

He won the portuguese Golden Globe for best Theater Actor in 2009.

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