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Fernanda Torres in 2012.
Fernanda Pinheiro Monteiro Torres
September 15, 1965
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
|Awards||Best Actress Award (Cannes Film Festival)|
1986 Love Me Forever or Never
Fernanda Pinheiro Monteiro Torres (born September 15, 1965) is a Brazilian movie, theatre and television actress and writer. She was born in Rio de Janeiro, the daughter of the Oscar-nominated actress Fernanda Montenegro and the actor Fernando Torres.
She is married to movie producer and director Andrucha Waddington, who directed her and her mother in the 2005 film The House of Sand. They have two sons together, Joaquim (b. 2000) and Antônio (born on April 10, 2008). She is also the stepmother of João (b. 1993) and Pedro (b. 1995).
In 2003, she wrote her first script (O Redentor, 2004), with her brother's assistance, cinematographer Cláudio Torres.
|1985||Gramado Film Festival||Best Actress||A Marvada Carne||Won|||
|1986||Nantes Three Continents Festival||Best Actress||Com Licença, Eu Vou à Luta||Won|
|1986||Cannes Film Festival||Best Actress||Love Me Forever or Never||Won|
|1999||Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema||Best Actress||Gêmeas||Won|
|2000||Cinema Brazil Grand Prize||Best Actress||Traição||Nominated|
|2000||São Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards||Best Actress||O Primeiro Dia||Won|
|2001||Cinema Brazil Grand Prize||Best Actress||Gêmeas||Nominated|
|2004||ACIE Awards||Best Actress||So Normal||Nominated|||
|2006||Guadalajara International Film Festival||Best Actress||The House of Sand||Won|
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