PORTUGUESE


Bárbara Paz graduated in performing arts at Escola e Teatro Macunaíma and Centro de Pesquisa Teatral CPT by Antunes Filho. She starred in many theatrical performances, like Madame de Sade (by Mishima, directed by Roberto Lage), A Importância de ser Fiel (The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde, with Grupo Tapa, directed by Eduardo Tolentino).

“HELL” by Lolita Pille (directed by Hector Babenco), “Os Sete Gatinhos” (The Seven Kittens, by Nelson Rodrigues directed by Alexandre Reinecke), “Contos de Sedução” (Tales of Seduction, by Guy Maupassant directed by Eduardo Tolentino). In commercial theater she worked with Bibi Ferreira in plays by Juca de Oliveira, in A Babá (The Nanny) and As Favas com Escrúpulos (The Brats with Scruples). She was directed by Paulo Autran in “Vestir o Pai” (Dressing the Father) by Mario Viana, and she was part of Grupo dos Parlapatões for a few years. Nowadays she’s on stage with Broadway’s comedy “Vênus em Visom” (Venus in Fur) by David Ives, directed by Hector Babenco.

In 2013, she received the Medalha Cavaleiro from Brazilian’s Ministry of Culture, in acknowledgement for her trajectory as an actress – (honor to the cultural merit from the Ministry of Culture). Hired by TV Globo, she had a leading role in the soap opera Viver a Vida (Seize the Day) by Manoel Carlos, directed by Jayme Monjardim, playing the character of Renata, who suffered from alcoholic anorexia. Her last role on TV was playing Edith on the soap opera Amor à Vida (Trail of Lies) by Walcyr Carrasco, directed by Mauro Mendonça Filho.


AWARDS / NOMINATIONS


Nominated best actress for the SHELL Award For Vênus em Visom (Venus in Fur) by David Ives

Nominated best actress for the APTR Award For Vênus em Visom by David Ives

Won best actress for the QUEM award for “HELL” by Lolita Pille, directed by Hector Babenco

Won best actress at Festival de Cinema de Vitória For Manual de Atropelar Cachorros (A Guide To Run Over Dogs)

Won best actress at Festival de Cinema de Gramado – For Produto Descartável (Disposable Product) by Rafael Primo

Nominated best actress for the QUEM award For her role as Edith in the soap opera Amor à Vida (Trail of Lies), by Walcyr Carrasco – directed by Mauro Mendonça Filho

Nominated best actress for the Contigo Award For her role as Renata in the soap opera Viver a Vida (Seize the Day) by Manoel Carlos, directed by Jayme Monjardim