Jô Soares dies in São Paulo at the age of 84 | Sao Paulo

Presenter, comic, actor and author Jô Soares died this Friday at 2.30am (5), aged 84. The host of the program “Programa do Jô”, which aired on TV Globo from 2000 to 2016, and is taken into account one of the largest comedians in Brazil, has been hospitalized since July 28 at the Sírio-Libanês Hospital in the central area of São Paulo.

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The trigger of loss of life was not disclosed. The funeral and wake shall be reserved for household and associates, at a date and place but to be introduced.

The loss of life was introduced by Flávia Pedra, Jô’s ex-wife, and confirmed in a press release by the press workplace of the Sírio-Libanês Hospital.

“You are proud of all who’ve shared life with you in a way. I thank the Lords of Time and Space for giving me the happiness to permit our lives to intertwine. Thank you for the asthmatic laughter, for our properties on my path , for journeys to the most elegant and sweetest locations, for the quantity of films you thought it was fortunate I did not keep in mind them once more, and for the obscene quantity of ice cream we watched,” Flávia wrote on the social community .community Full textual content right here.

Humor as a model

In all his many creative actions – interviewer, actor, author, playwright, director, screenwriter, painter… – Jô Soares had humor as his trademark. This was his start line and his signature in theatre, tv, cinema, visible arts and literature. He appreciated to confess it himself.

“Everything I’ve finished, what I do, has all the time been based mostly on humor. I’ve all the time had it since I used to be born,” he mentioned in a press release to the Memória Globo web site.

Jô Soares will get emotional as he says goodbye to ‘Programa do Jô’ — Photo: Carol Caminha / Gshow

Jô Soares at JG, in 1984 — Photo: Reproduction

Over the previous 25 years, Jô has grow to be referred to as the most well-known discuss present host in the nation. On TV Globo he performed in “Yo discuss present”, aired from 2000 to 2016.

(*84*) a pioneer of stand-up, he additionally stood out as one of the primary comedians in the historical past of Brazil, taking part in points of interest that made historical past on tv, reminiscent of “A Família Trapo” (1966), “Planeta dos Homens” (1977) and “Long Live Fat” (1981). In addition, he wrote books and acted in 22 movies.

José Eugenio Soares was born in Rio de Janeiro on January 16, 1938. He was the solely son of a businessman Orlando Heitor Soares and housewife Mercedes Leal Soares. In an interview with Fantástico in 2012, Jô mentioned that “since I’ve all the time been fats, I’d somewhat be identified extra for my spirit than my physique”.

“So I used to be very, very showy,” he surmised. “I’m very useless, I’ve by no means hidden it. What artist is just not useless? Everything. This is a profession showcase for exhibitors. You are born with the need to seduce the world.”

As a baby, Jô studied at a boarding college. “I cried rather a lot. It was an exaggerated factor, a factor of nearly homosexual sensitivity,” he informed Fantástico. The motive was the worry of getting a foul grade and never having the proper to go dwelling at the finish of the week. His nickname at college was the Poet. “Being fats and having the nickname of a poet – I believe that was already a victory.”

At the age of 12, he went to review in Switzerland, the place he stayed till he was 17. There they took an interest in theater and performances. But the unique plan was to not pursue a profession on the stage.

“I assumed I might proceed my diplomatic profession,” he defined to Memória Globo. I put on it on my fingers.”

Jô Soares — Photo: TV Globo

Because Orlando’s father’s enterprise failed, the household needed to return to Rio. During this time, Jô is able to face his newfound vocation in artwork. “I instantly began going to the theater group, displaying my numbers, and issues began nearly naturally,” he remembers.

The IMDb portal additionally states that in this era he acted in the musical movies “Rei do moviment” (1954), “De perna professional ar” (1956) and “Pé na planta” (1957). At the starting of his movie profession, he stood out as an actor in Carlos Manga’s O homem do Sputnik (1959).

His first look on tv befell in 1958. That 12 months he participated in the present “Noite de gala” and commenced writing for “TV Mistério”, starring Tônia Carreiro and Paulo Autran. They have been broadcast on TV Rio. Jô was additionally on “Noites cariocas” at the station. He then wrote and acted in comedies for TV Continental.

On TV Tupi, he participated in the “Grande Teatro Tupi”, which included names reminiscent of Fernanda Montenegro, Ítalo Rossi, Sérgio Brito and Aldo de Maia. “I managed to work concurrently in three stations that existed in Rio,” he informed Memória Globo.

In 1960, Jô moved to São Paulo to work at TV Record.

“I got here to find São Paulo, I used to be married to Teresa, I used to be 22 years outdated. I got here to reside for 12 days and stayed for 12 years,” he recalled for Fantástico, referring to his marriage to the actress Therezinho Millet Austregésila (1934-2021), with whom he had his solely youngster, Rafael, who was autistic and died at an outdated age from 50

From there he acted and wrote for a lot of points of interest reminiscent of “La reuve stylish”, “Jô present”, “Praça da Joy”, “Quadra de azes”, “Show do dia 7” and “Você é o detective”.

The massive spotlight of that point was “Familia Rapo”, which was broadcast each Sunday between 1967 and 1971. In the starting, Jô solely wrote the script – his accomplice was Carlos Alberto Nóbrega. Then he received a job: the butler Gordon. The forged additionally included names reminiscent of Otelo Zeloni, Renata Fronzi, Ricardo Corte Real, Cidinha Campos and Ronald Golias.

Jô used to have a good time the pioneering spirit of attraction. “I believe it was the first sitcom ever made,” he informed Memória Globo. He commented on Fantástico that “it was the first massive nationwide success on tv.” “I left a 12 months in the past [do fim do programa]in 1970. I signed a contract with Globo, the place Boni, who already knew me and was a good friend of mine, and Walter Clark have been there.”

For the subsequent 17 years, beginning in 1970, Jô Soares remained at TV Globo. The premiere was in the present “Make humor, do not struggle”, alongside Renato Corte Real (each have been screenwriters and protagonists). The texts have been additionally signed by Max Nunes, Geraldo Alves, Hugo Bidet and Haroldo Barbosa. “On common, we created 20 characters a 12 months. When the final program ended, greater than 260 characters have been created,” Jô informed Memória Globo.

In 1973, a brand new satirecom appeared. “It was a program in the model of the extinct “Cassette & Planet”, from satire to communication. We performed with serials, with information. So there have been no mounted frames,” he in contrast.

In 1977, it was the flip of “O planeta dos Homens”, in which he cut up once more between the roles of actor and author, with two of his ordinary companions: Max Nunes and Haroldo Barbosa. The forged once more attracted consideration: Agildo Ribeiro, Paulo Silvino, Luís Delfino, Sonia Mamede, Berta Loran, Costinha, Eliezer Motta and Carlos Leite.

Although “O Planeta dos Homens” was broadcast till 1982, Jô left a 12 months earlier to dedicate himself to his subsequent challenge: “Viva o gordo”.

“My humor all the time has a political background, it all the time has an commentary of on a regular basis life in Brazil,” he mentioned.

“My characters are far more psychologically and socially based mostly than pure caricature. I’ve by no means essentially performed a fats character. They’re fats as a result of I’m fats.”

From this gallery of figures, the most necessary have been Reizinho (the monarch of a kingdom that satirized Brazil at the time), Captain Gay (a gay superhero) and Zé da Galera (from the slogan “Bota Ponta, Telê!”).

Jô Soares throughout an interview with Roberto D’Avila in July 2014 — Photo: Zé Paulo Cardeal/Globo

When his contract with Globo expired in 1987, Jô Soares joined SBT. He attributed the change to the chance of presenting a chat present on the new community.

“After the contract expired, I spoke to Boni, my good friend… At that point, of course, there was hatred. Because I mentioned ‘no’ [à proposta de renovação com a TV Globo]”, Jô admitted to Fantástica in 2012. During the 11 years of its broadcast, the discuss present “Jô Soares eleven and a half” introduced greater than 6,000 interviews.

“During the impeachment course of of President Fernando Collor, ‘Jô Soares Onze e Meia’ acted as a sort of fashionable platform the place the presenter interviewed some of the primary actors and witnesses of the case,” factors out Memória Globo.

“I believe that, even accidentally, I’ve found the nice vocation of my life, that which supplies me the best satisfaction, the best pleasure. I really feel very alive there. The largest attraction in the world is a chat, a dialog,” mentioned Jô himself.

He returned to Globo in 2000, when “Programa do Jô” premiered.

“It was not a query of wage, as a result of SBT’s counter-proposal was very excessive. I got here again for the chance of doing extra worldwide interviews, for the recording amenities, for the assist of journalism.”

Jô Soares was additionally a best-selling creator and wrote for newspapers and magazines.

In the eighties of the final century, he recurrently wrote for the newspapers “O Globo” and “Folha de S.Paulo” and for the journal “Manchete”. Between 1989 and 1996, he wrote a column in Veja.

He additionally wrote 5 books, together with 4 novels. The premiere was “O astronauta sem regime” (1983), a group of chronicles initially printed in “O Globo”. The novel “O Xangô de Baker Street” (1995) topped the bestseller lists and was tailored into a movie in 2001. The subsequent works have been “The Man Who Killed Getúlio Vargas” (1998), “Assasinatos na Academia Brasileira de Letras” (2005). ) and “The Choked” (2011).

In the theater, Jô turned well-known for his monologues, characterised by a comic book and demanding tone, with satires of on a regular basis and political life in Brazil. The most well-known have been “Love a fats man earlier than it is over” (1976), “Long reside the fats man and down with the regime!” (1978), “Um gordoidão no país da inflation” (1983), “O gordo ao vivo” (1988), “Um gordo em concerto” (1994) – which lasted two years – and “Na mira do gordo” ( 2007).

Among the productions in which he participated as an actor on stage is the manufacturing of “Auto da compadecida” and “Oscar” (1961) with Cacilda Becker and Walmor Chagas. As a director, he was in cost of “Soraia, Posto 2” (1960), “Seven Kittens” (1961), “Romeo and Juliet” (1969), “Frankenstein” (2002), “Ricardo III” (2006). ).

Jô Soares at JG, in 1984 — Photo: Reproduction

Among his greater than 20 works in cinema, Jô appeared in some classics of nationwide cinema, reminiscent of “Hitler IIIº Mundo” (1968) by José Agripino de Paula and “A mulher de todos” (1969) by Rogéria Sganzerle. . In addition, he directed the movie “O pai do povo” (1976).

“hypochondriac of unique illnesses”

For Fantástico in 2012, Jô spoke about loss of life, all the time in good spirits. Remember in the video under:

Jô Soares tells what he has seen in life

“I’m a hypochondriac of unique illnesses. Beriberi – I do not even know what it’s, however I’m afraid of getting it,” he jokes.

“Fear of loss of life is a ineffective feeling: you might be actually going to die, there is not any level in being afraid. I’m afraid I will not be productive. To quote my good friend Chico Anysia, [uma vez] they requested him: ‘Are you afraid of loss of life?’ He mentioned, ‘No. I’m sorry’. Flawless.”


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