Marilu Bueno died this Wednesday (22) at the age of 82. The actress had been hospitalized since the 2nd at the Miguel Couto Municipal Hospital, in Leblon, South Zone of Rio. Marilu was single and left no children. On the social networks, several celebrities paid tribute to the TV veteran.
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the death of marilu was confirmed through a note from the hospital. “The direction of the Miguel Couto Municipal Hospital regrets to inform you that the patient Maria Luiza Bueno, known as Marilu Bueno, passed away on the afternoon of this Wednesday, June 22. She had been hospitalized in the unit since the end of May and had been receiving all the necessary care. indicated for the painting”, said the note, which did not specify the cause of death.
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Whether on the Instagram feed, Stories or Twitter, some celebrities made a point of registering their tributes to Marilu Bueno.
Marcos Caruso dedicated an Instagram post to Marilu. “Marilu Bueno, great comedian! Thank you for the laughs, for the ingenious first Olímpia of ‘Trair e Coçar é Só Terceiro'”.
Pedro Neschling, who wrote Marilu’s latest work on TV (“Salve-se Quem Puder”), took to Twitter to pay tribute.
“Today we lost Marilu Bueno, a great actress for whom I had the pleasure of writing in what turned out to be her last work, the soap opera Salve-se Quem Puder. I leave all my love to her family, friends and fans.”
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Also on Twitter, Zezé Motta did not spare praise for the actress. “Marilu Bueno is a figure that made history on our television, passing through cinema and theater. It was decades of career, I remember well when we did together ‘Best Days Will Come’, directed by Cacá Diegues, the year was 1989… “.
In Stories, Juliana Paiva, used Stories to talk about her co-star. “Great loss! We were together in ‘Salve-se Quem Puder’! I remember entering the characterization room ‘playing terror’, super excited about the soap opera and the character. Lots of light, dear Marilu! Rest in peace.
Remember the career of Marilu Bueno
Throughout her 62-year career, Marilu Bueno has performed more than 39 works on TV, including soap operas and miniseries. Among the most notable are the two versions of “Guerra dos Sexos”, such as the housekeeper Olívia and the soap opera “Estúpido Cupido”, in which she played Mariinha.
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In addition to these, Marilu also participated in “Partido Alto”, “A Gata Comeu”, “O Primo Basílio”, “República”, “Rainha da Scata”, “Escolinha do Professor Raimundo”, “De Corpo e Alma”, “Four por Quatro”, “Don’t Run from the Raia”, “The End of the World”, “Talent Hunt”, among others.