Betty Faria
Actress

CINEMA

Feature Films

  • Pedro Sob a Cama | 2017 | Directed by Paulo Pons
  • A casa da mãe Joana | 2013 | Directed by Hugo Carvana | Character: Dona Araci
  • Chega de saudade | 2007 | Directed by Laís Bodanzky | Character: Elza
  • Bens confiscados | 2004 | Directed by Carlos Reichenbach | Character: Serena
  • Marlene de Souza | 2004 | Directed by Tonino de Bernardi | Character: ela mesma
  • Sexo, amor e traição | 2004 | Directed by Jorge Fernando | Character: Yara
  • For all – O trampolim da vitória | 1996 | Directed by Luis Carlos Lacerda | Character: Lindalva
  • Perfume de gardênia | 1991 | Directed by Guilherme Almeida Prado | Character: Odete Vargas
  • Lili, a estrela do crime | 1989 | Directed by Luiz Farias | Character: Lili Carabina
  • Romance de empregada | 1988 | Directed by Bruno Barreto | Character: Fausta
  • Anjos do Arrabalde | 1987 | Directed by Carlos Reichenbach | Character: Dália
  • Jubiabá | 1985 | Directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos | Character: Madame Zaída
  • Bye bye Brasil | 1980 | Directed by Cacá Diegues | Character: Salomé
  • O bom burguês | 1979 | Directed by Oswaldo Caldeira | Character: Neuza
  • O cortiço | 1978 | Directed by Francisco Ramalho Jr. | Character: Rita Baiana
  • Dona Flor e seus dois maridos | 1976 | Directed by Bruno Barreto
  • O casal | 1975 | Directed by Daniel Filho
  • A estrela sobe | 1974 | Directed by Bruno Barreto | Character: Leniza Mayer
  • O crime do silêncio | 1971 | Directed by ​Régis Cardoso
  • Na onda do yê-yê-yê (som, amor e curtição) | 1971 | Directed by J. B. Tanko
  • Piranhas do asfalto | 1969 | Directed by Neville D’Almeida
  • Os monstros de Babalu | 1969 | Directed by Eliseu Visconti
  • As sete faces de um cafajeste | 1968 | Directed by Jece Valadão | Character: Gildinha
  • A lei do cão | 1967 | Directed by Jece Valadão | Character: Marta
  • Amor e desamor | 1966 | Directed by Gerson Tavares
  • O beijo bailarina | 1965 | Directed by Flávio Tambellini

CHANNELS AND PLATFORMS

Soap Operas

  • Salve-se Quem Puder | 2020 | Globo – Directed by Marcelo Travesso | Character: Ela mesma
  • A dona do pedaço | 2019 | Globo – Directed by Amora Mautner | Character: Cornélia
  • A força do querer | 2017 | Globo – Directed by Rogério Gomes | Character: Euvirinha
  • Boogie Oogie | 2014 | Globo – Directed by Ricardo Waddington | Character: Madalena
  • Avenida Brasil | 2012 | Globo – Directed by Amora Mautner, José Luiz Villamarim and Gustavo Fernandez e Ricardo Waddington | Character: Pilar Albuquerque
  • Uma Rosa com Amor | 2010 | SBT – Directed by Del Rangel | Character: Amália Petroni
  • Duas Caras | 2007 | Globo – Directed by Wolf Maya | Character: Bárbara Carreira
  • Pé na Jaca | 2006 | Globo – Directed by Ricardo Waddington | Character: Laura Leiva Barra
  • América | 2005 | Globo – Directed by Marcos Schechtman | Character: Djanira Pimenta
  • Alma Gêmea | 2005 Globo – Directed by Jorge Fernando | Character: Marielza
  • Suave Veneno | 1999 | Globo – Directed by Ricardo Waddington | Character: Carlota Valdez
  • Pecado Capital | 1998 | Globo – Directed by Wolf Maya | Character: ela mesma (Special Guest)
  • A Indomada | 1997 | Globo – Directed by Marcos Paulo | Character: Juíza Miranda
  • O Campeão | 1996 | Bandeirantes – Directed by Marcos Schechtman and Wilson Solon | Character: Marilisa (Guest Starring)
  • A Idade da Loba | 1995 | Bandeirantes – Directed by Jayme Monjardim and Marcos Schechtmann | Character: Valquíria
  • De Corpo e Alma | 1992 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma | Character: Antônia
  • Salvador da Pátria | 1989 | Globo – Directed by Gonzaga Blota | Character: Marina Sintra
  • Tieta | 1989 | Globo – Directed by Paulo Ubiratan | Character: Tieta
  • Partido Alto | 1984 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma, Jorge Fernando and Guel Arraes | Character: Jussara
  • Elas por Elas | 1982 | Globo – Directed by Paulo Ubiratan | Character: mulher idealizada Yeda
  • Baila Comigo | 1981 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma | Character: Joana Lobato
  • Água Viva | 1980 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma and Paulo Ubiratan | Character: Lígia
  • Duas Vidas | 1976 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho | Character: Leda Maria
  • Roque Santeiro | 1975 | Globo – Directed by Paulo Ubiratan | Character: viúva Porcina | (censurada pelo Regime Militar)
  • Pecado Capital | 1975 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Jardel Mello | Character: Lucinha (Lucy Jordan)
  • O Espigão | 1974 | Globo – Directed by Régis Cardoso | Character: Lazinha Chave|de|cadeia
  • O Cavalo de Aço | 1973 | Globo – Directed by Walter Avancini, David Grimberg and Daniel Filho | Character: Joana
  • O Bofe | 1972 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Lima Duarte | Character: Guiomar
  • Pigmalião 70 | 1970 | Globo – Directed by Régis Cardoso | Character: Sandra
  • A Próxima Atração | 1970 | Globo – Directed by Régis Cardoso | Character: Ciça
  • O Homem Que Deve Morrer | 1970 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Milton Gonçalves | Character: Inês
  • Acorrentados | 1969 | TV Rio – Directed by Daniel Filho | Character: Sônia Maria
  • Última Valsa | 1969 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Fábio Sabag | Character: Marion
  • Rosa Rebelde | 1969 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Régis Cardoso
  • Véu de Noiva | 1969 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho | Character: Irene

Series e minisseries

  • Se Eu Fechar os Olhos Agora | 2018 | Globo – Directed by Carlos Manga Jr.
  • Tomara que Caia | 2015 | Globo – Directed by Carlo Milani
  • As Passionais | 2013 | Lifetime – Directed by Henrique Goldman | Episode: “O peso da idade Direção” | Character: Carmem
  • As Brasileiras | 2012 | Globo – Directed by Tizuka Yamasaki | Episode: ” A doméstica de Vitória” | Character: Muriel Aragão
  • Sob Nova Direção | 2006 | Globo – Directed by Mário Farias | Character: Dona Altiva
  • A Grande Família | 2001–08 | Globo – Directed by Maurício Farias | Episodes: 3 eps | Character: Selminha Paraíso
  • Sai de Baixo | 2000 | Globo – Directed by Dennis Carvalho | Episódio: “Duro de Debutar” | Character: Vanusa Limão
  • Labirinto | 1998 | Globo – Directed by Dennis Carvalho, César Rodrigues and Mário Márcio Bandarra  | Character: Leonor Martins
  • Incidente em Antares | 1994 | Globo – Directed by Carlos Manga and Paulo José | Character: Rosinha
  • Verão Quente | 1993 | RTP – Criação: Manuel Arouca and Nicolau Breyner | Character: Arruda
  • Você Decide | 1992 | Globo | Episódio: “A Outra”
  • Anos Dourados | 1986 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma | Character: Glória
  • Bandidos da Falange | 1983 | Globo – Directed by Luiz Antônio Piá and Jardel Mello | Character: Marluce
  • Gente Fina é Outra Coisa | 1982 | RTP – Directed by Antônio Calmon | Character: Heloísa, Olívia, Helvética Costa, Cecília, Madalena
  • Plantão de Polícia | 1979 | Globo
  • Irmão Mar, Irmão Terra | 1973 | Globo
  • TNT | 1965 | Globo – Directed by Haroldo Costa

Specials

  • Adeus, Marido Meu | 1983
  • A Hora do Carrasco

Musicals

  • A Grande Parada | TV Tupi | Character: apresentadora
  • Betty Faria Especial | 1984 | Globo
  • Brasil Pandeiro | 1978–79 | Globo
  • Festival Internacional da Canção | 1967 | TV Rio e Globo
  • Dick & Betty 17 | 1965 | Globo
  • Alô, Dolly | 1965 | Globo
  • Shows musicais | 1964 | TV Excelsior

THEATER

  • A Atriz de Peter Quilter | 2015 | Directed by Bibi Ferreira
  • Shirley Valentine | 2009 | Directed by Guilherme Leme
  • BettyFaria.Doc | 2006 | Directed by Luis Salem
  • Um caso de vida ou morte | 1998 | Written by de David Mamet, Elaine May, Woody Allem
  • Camaleoa espetáculo solo | 1994 | Directed by Flávio de Sousa
  • Amor vagabundo | 1982 | Directed by Domingos de Oliveira, Written by de Felipe Wagner
  • Putz | 1976 | Directed by Osmar Rodrigues Cruz, Written by Murray Schisgal
  • Calabar | 1972 | Directed by Fernando Peixoto, Written by Chico Buarque e Ruy Guerra | Character: Ana Amsterdam (prohibited by the Military Regime)
  • Onde canta o sabiá | 1967 | Directed by Paulo Afonso Gisolli, Written by Gastão Tojeiro
  • O bravo soldado Scheweik | 1967 | Directed by Antônio Pedro
  • A falsa criada | 1967 | Written by Marivaux
  • João, amor e Maria | 1966 | Directed by Kleber Santos, Written by Hermínio Bello de Carvalho e Kleber Santos
  • Pequenos burgueses | 1966 | Character: Polia, Written by Máximo Gorki
  • As inocentes do Leblon | 1965 | Directed by Antônio de Cabo, Written by Barrilet Gredy

AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS

  • Great honoree at Brazilian Film Festival in Miami
  • Nominated Best Actress at Shell Award | Shirley Valentine
  • Oscarito Trophy at Festival de Gramado | 2012
  • Best actress at Festival de Ceará | Bens confiscados
  • Stela D’Oro Award for Television Works – Italy
  • Honorable mention at the Punta del Este Festival – Uruguay | For All
  • Candango Trophy for Best Supporting Actress at Festival de Brasília | 1992 | Perfume de gardênia
  • Sicca’s Victory Trophy at the Sorrento Festival – Italy | Most representative actress of Brazilian cinema (set of films)
  • Best Actress at the Molière Award (Air France) – Brazil | 1989
  • Best actress at the New Latin American Cinema Festival – Cuba | 1989
  • Best Actress at the Ibero American Film Festival, Huelva – Spain | 1988 | Romance de empregada
  • Kikito for Best Actress at Festival de Gramado | 1987 | Anjos do Arrabalde
  • Running for Cannes festival | 1980 | Bye bye Brasil
  • Best Actress at the Molière Award (Air France) for Cinema | 1975 | A estrela sobe
  • Helena Silveira Trophy for Best Supporting Actress | 1970 | Pigmalião 70

 

 

 

 

 

Betty Faria
Promo
Betty Faria
Actress

CINEMA

Feature Films

  • Pedro Sob a Cama | 2017 | Directed by Paulo Pons
  • A casa da mãe Joana | 2013 | Directed by Hugo Carvana | Character: Dona Araci
  • Chega de saudade | 2007 | Directed by Laís Bodanzky | Character: Elza
  • Bens confiscados | 2004 | Directed by Carlos Reichenbach | Character: Serena
  • Marlene de Souza | 2004 | Directed by Tonino de Bernardi | Character: ela mesma
  • Sexo, amor e traição | 2004 | Directed by Jorge Fernando | Character: Yara
  • For all – O trampolim da vitória | 1996 | Directed by Luis Carlos Lacerda | Character: Lindalva
  • Perfume de gardênia | 1991 | Directed by Guilherme Almeida Prado | Character: Odete Vargas
  • Lili, a estrela do crime | 1989 | Directed by Luiz Farias | Character: Lili Carabina
  • Romance de empregada | 1988 | Directed by Bruno Barreto | Character: Fausta
  • Anjos do Arrabalde | 1987 | Directed by Carlos Reichenbach | Character: Dália
  • Jubiabá | 1985 | Directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos | Character: Madame Zaída
  • Bye bye Brasil | 1980 | Directed by Cacá Diegues | Character: Salomé
  • O bom burguês | 1979 | Directed by Oswaldo Caldeira | Character: Neuza
  • O cortiço | 1978 | Directed by Francisco Ramalho Jr. | Character: Rita Baiana
  • Dona Flor e seus dois maridos | 1976 | Directed by Bruno Barreto
  • O casal | 1975 | Directed by Daniel Filho
  • A estrela sobe | 1974 | Directed by Bruno Barreto | Character: Leniza Mayer
  • O crime do silêncio | 1971 | Directed by ​Régis Cardoso
  • Na onda do yê-yê-yê (som, amor e curtição) | 1971 | Directed by J. B. Tanko
  • Piranhas do asfalto | 1969 | Directed by Neville D’Almeida
  • Os monstros de Babalu | 1969 | Directed by Eliseu Visconti
  • As sete faces de um cafajeste | 1968 | Directed by Jece Valadão | Character: Gildinha
  • A lei do cão | 1967 | Directed by Jece Valadão | Character: Marta
  • Amor e desamor | 1966 | Directed by Gerson Tavares
  • O beijo bailarina | 1965 | Directed by Flávio Tambellini

CHANNELS AND PLATFORMS

Soap Operas

  • Salve-se Quem Puder | 2020 | Globo – Directed by Marcelo Travesso | Character: Ela mesma
  • A dona do pedaço | 2019 | Globo – Directed by Amora Mautner | Character: Cornélia
  • A força do querer | 2017 | Globo – Directed by Rogério Gomes | Character: Euvirinha
  • Boogie Oogie | 2014 | Globo – Directed by Ricardo Waddington | Character: Madalena
  • Avenida Brasil | 2012 | Globo – Directed by Amora Mautner, José Luiz Villamarim and Gustavo Fernandez e Ricardo Waddington | Character: Pilar Albuquerque
  • Uma Rosa com Amor | 2010 | SBT – Directed by Del Rangel | Character: Amália Petroni
  • Duas Caras | 2007 | Globo – Directed by Wolf Maya | Character: Bárbara Carreira
  • Pé na Jaca | 2006 | Globo – Directed by Ricardo Waddington | Character: Laura Leiva Barra
  • América | 2005 | Globo – Directed by Marcos Schechtman | Character: Djanira Pimenta
  • Alma Gêmea | 2005 Globo – Directed by Jorge Fernando | Character: Marielza
  • Suave Veneno | 1999 | Globo – Directed by Ricardo Waddington | Character: Carlota Valdez
  • Pecado Capital | 1998 | Globo – Directed by Wolf Maya | Character: ela mesma (Special Guest)
  • A Indomada | 1997 | Globo – Directed by Marcos Paulo | Character: Juíza Miranda
  • O Campeão | 1996 | Bandeirantes – Directed by Marcos Schechtman and Wilson Solon | Character: Marilisa (Guest Starring)
  • A Idade da Loba | 1995 | Bandeirantes – Directed by Jayme Monjardim and Marcos Schechtmann | Character: Valquíria
  • De Corpo e Alma | 1992 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma | Character: Antônia
  • Salvador da Pátria | 1989 | Globo – Directed by Gonzaga Blota | Character: Marina Sintra
  • Tieta | 1989 | Globo – Directed by Paulo Ubiratan | Character: Tieta
  • Partido Alto | 1984 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma, Jorge Fernando and Guel Arraes | Character: Jussara
  • Elas por Elas | 1982 | Globo – Directed by Paulo Ubiratan | Character: mulher idealizada Yeda
  • Baila Comigo | 1981 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma | Character: Joana Lobato
  • Água Viva | 1980 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma and Paulo Ubiratan | Character: Lígia
  • Duas Vidas | 1976 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho | Character: Leda Maria
  • Roque Santeiro | 1975 | Globo – Directed by Paulo Ubiratan | Character: viúva Porcina | (censurada pelo Regime Militar)
  • Pecado Capital | 1975 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Jardel Mello | Character: Lucinha (Lucy Jordan)
  • O Espigão | 1974 | Globo – Directed by Régis Cardoso | Character: Lazinha Chave|de|cadeia
  • O Cavalo de Aço | 1973 | Globo – Directed by Walter Avancini, David Grimberg and Daniel Filho | Character: Joana
  • O Bofe | 1972 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Lima Duarte | Character: Guiomar
  • Pigmalião 70 | 1970 | Globo – Directed by Régis Cardoso | Character: Sandra
  • A Próxima Atração | 1970 | Globo – Directed by Régis Cardoso | Character: Ciça
  • O Homem Que Deve Morrer | 1970 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Milton Gonçalves | Character: Inês
  • Acorrentados | 1969 | TV Rio – Directed by Daniel Filho | Character: Sônia Maria
  • Última Valsa | 1969 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Fábio Sabag | Character: Marion
  • Rosa Rebelde | 1969 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho and Régis Cardoso
  • Véu de Noiva | 1969 | Globo – Directed by Daniel Filho | Character: Irene

Series e minisseries

  • Se Eu Fechar os Olhos Agora | 2018 | Globo – Directed by Carlos Manga Jr.
  • Tomara que Caia | 2015 | Globo – Directed by Carlo Milani
  • As Passionais | 2013 | Lifetime – Directed by Henrique Goldman | Episode: “O peso da idade Direção” | Character: Carmem
  • As Brasileiras | 2012 | Globo – Directed by Tizuka Yamasaki | Episode: ” A doméstica de Vitória” | Character: Muriel Aragão
  • Sob Nova Direção | 2006 | Globo – Directed by Mário Farias | Character: Dona Altiva
  • A Grande Família | 2001–08 | Globo – Directed by Maurício Farias | Episodes: 3 eps | Character: Selminha Paraíso
  • Sai de Baixo | 2000 | Globo – Directed by Dennis Carvalho | Episódio: “Duro de Debutar” | Character: Vanusa Limão
  • Labirinto | 1998 | Globo – Directed by Dennis Carvalho, César Rodrigues and Mário Márcio Bandarra  | Character: Leonor Martins
  • Incidente em Antares | 1994 | Globo – Directed by Carlos Manga and Paulo José | Character: Rosinha
  • Verão Quente | 1993 | RTP – Criação: Manuel Arouca and Nicolau Breyner | Character: Arruda
  • Você Decide | 1992 | Globo | Episódio: “A Outra”
  • Anos Dourados | 1986 | Globo – Directed by Roberto Talma | Character: Glória
  • Bandidos da Falange | 1983 | Globo – Directed by Luiz Antônio Piá and Jardel Mello | Character: Marluce
  • Gente Fina é Outra Coisa | 1982 | RTP – Directed by Antônio Calmon | Character: Heloísa, Olívia, Helvética Costa, Cecília, Madalena
  • Plantão de Polícia | 1979 | Globo
  • Irmão Mar, Irmão Terra | 1973 | Globo
  • TNT | 1965 | Globo – Directed by Haroldo Costa

Specials

  • Adeus, Marido Meu | 1983
  • A Hora do Carrasco

Musicals

  • A Grande Parada | TV Tupi | Character: apresentadora
  • Betty Faria Especial | 1984 | Globo
  • Brasil Pandeiro | 1978–79 | Globo
  • Festival Internacional da Canção | 1967 | TV Rio e Globo
  • Dick & Betty 17 | 1965 | Globo
  • Alô, Dolly | 1965 | Globo
  • Shows musicais | 1964 | TV Excelsior

THEATER

  • A Atriz de Peter Quilter | 2015 | Directed by Bibi Ferreira
  • Shirley Valentine | 2009 | Directed by Guilherme Leme
  • BettyFaria.Doc | 2006 | Directed by Luis Salem
  • Um caso de vida ou morte | 1998 | Written by de David Mamet, Elaine May, Woody Allem
  • Camaleoa espetáculo solo | 1994 | Directed by Flávio de Sousa
  • Amor vagabundo | 1982 | Directed by Domingos de Oliveira, Written by de Felipe Wagner
  • Putz | 1976 | Directed by Osmar Rodrigues Cruz, Written by Murray Schisgal
  • Calabar | 1972 | Directed by Fernando Peixoto, Written by Chico Buarque e Ruy Guerra | Character: Ana Amsterdam (prohibited by the Military Regime)
  • Onde canta o sabiá | 1967 | Directed by Paulo Afonso Gisolli, Written by Gastão Tojeiro
  • O bravo soldado Scheweik | 1967 | Directed by Antônio Pedro
  • A falsa criada | 1967 | Written by Marivaux
  • João, amor e Maria | 1966 | Directed by Kleber Santos, Written by Hermínio Bello de Carvalho e Kleber Santos
  • Pequenos burgueses | 1966 | Character: Polia, Written by Máximo Gorki
  • As inocentes do Leblon | 1965 | Directed by Antônio de Cabo, Written by Barrilet Gredy

AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS

  • Great honoree at Brazilian Film Festival in Miami
  • Nominated Best Actress at Shell Award | Shirley Valentine
  • Oscarito Trophy at Festival de Gramado | 2012
  • Best actress at Festival de Ceará | Bens confiscados
  • Stela D’Oro Award for Television Works – Italy
  • Honorable mention at the Punta del Este Festival – Uruguay | For All
  • Candango Trophy for Best Supporting Actress at Festival de Brasília | 1992 | Perfume de gardênia
  • Sicca’s Victory Trophy at the Sorrento Festival – Italy | Most representative actress of Brazilian cinema (set of films)
  • Best Actress at the Molière Award (Air France) – Brazil | 1989
  • Best actress at the New Latin American Cinema Festival – Cuba | 1989
  • Best Actress at the Ibero American Film Festival, Huelva – Spain | 1988 | Romance de empregada
  • Kikito for Best Actress at Festival de Gramado | 1987 | Anjos do Arrabalde
  • Running for Cannes festival | 1980 | Bye bye Brasil
  • Best Actress at the Molière Award (Air France) for Cinema | 1975 | A estrela sobe
  • Helena Silveira Trophy for Best Supporting Actress | 1970 | Pigmalião 70

 

 

 

 

 

Betty Faria
Promo