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Juliana Didone
Born Juliana Didone Nascimento
October 11, 1984 (1984-10-11) (age 25)
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Juliana Didone Nascimento (born on October 11, 1984 in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul) is a Brazilian actress and former model.[1]


Television career

She is best known for her role as Letícia Gomes da Silva, the main character of the 2004 season of the telenovela Malhação. She was also in the 2005 season of the telenovela.[2]

Her career as an actress started when she played the role of the preteen character Mariana in the short movie Fora de Controle.[3] When she was 12 years old, she participated of the child play named Caçadores de Aventuras, where she played the role of Cléo.[3] Her first telenovela role was in Desejos de Mulher, in 2002, where she played the role of a Rio Grande do Sul model.[2]

Juliana Didone has also acted in several television commercials of various companies, like Grendene,[3] Halls,[3] Guaraná Antarctica,[3] and Shiseido, of Japan.[3] In 2008, she starred the summer campaign of Agilitá, which is a dress company,[4] and was on the cover of May edition of Criativa magazine.[5]


Year Title Role Notes
2002 Desejos de Mulher Tati Soap opera
2003 Mulheres Apaixonadas Luísa Soap opera
2004-2005 Malhação Letícia Soap opera
2006 O Profeta Baby Soap opera
2007 Paraíso Tropical Fernanda Soap opera
2008 Casos e Acasos Bianca TV series
Negócio da China Celeste/Heaven Soap opera

Model career

Juliana Didone started her model career when she was 14 years old, living alone in the Japanese city of Tokyo for seven months.[3] She has also lived alone in São Paulo city during her model career.[3] In December 2003, she posed for Trip magazine.[6] In that year, she has also appeared in the Mulheres que Amamos (meaning Women we Love) section of the Brazilian Playboy magazine.

Dancing with the Stars

In March 2006, Juliana Didone and her partner, Leandro Azevedo, won the Brazilian version of the TV reality show Dancing with the Stars, called Dança dos Famosos.[7]


This article incorporates information from this version of the equivalent article on the Portuguese Wikipedia.

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