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Tato Gabus Mendes

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Tato Gabus Mendes
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BornLuís Otávio Gabus Mendes
(1959-12-22) December 22, 1959 (age 59)
São Paulo, Brazil
Other namesTato Gabus
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)
Mariana da Silva Telles (m. 2004)
Children2
Parent(s)Cassiano Gabus Mendes
RelativesCássio Gabus Mendes (brother)
Otávio Gabus Mendes (paternal grandfather)
Luis Gustavo (maternal uncle)

Luís Otávio Gabus Mendes (born December 22, 1959 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian actor.[1]

Biography[edit | edit source]

He is grandson of Otávio Gabus Mendes, son of the telenovelas author Cassiano Gabus Mendes, nephew of the actor Luís Gustavo and brother of the also actor Cássio Gabus Mendes.

Career[edit | edit source]

His television debut was in the Ti Ti Ti novel (85), authored by his father, playing Alex, one of the sons of Jacques Leclair (Reginaldo Faria). He then makes an original version of Sinhá Moça (86), as José, a young man who falls in love with the slave Adelaide (Solange Couto).

Later he would work in the novels of his father, like Brega & Chique (87), like Maurício and Que Rei Sou Eu? (89), such as Pichot/Lucien, this being his first role of greatest impact and repercussion, making pair with Cláudia Abreu (Juliette). He followed other works such as Perigosas Peruas (92), as the puzzled Paulinho Pamonha and O Mapa da Mina (93), as Raul Gouveia. In addition to these novels, Fera Radical (88), like Paxá, and Mico Preto (90), like Adolfo, son of Áurea (Márcia Real).

In 1994, he made another of his best roles, the novel Quatro por Quatro (94), as the hypochondriac Alcebíades, better known as Alce. Her character initially made pair with Auxiliadora (Elizabeth Savalla), and this one discovers that he betrayed her with Elisa Maria (Lizandra Souto). He then made the novel O Fim do Mundo (96), as Vadeco, and later made three novels alongside Betty Lago: O Amor Está no Ar (97), as Filipe, Pecado Capital (98), as Valdir and Uga-Uga (2000), as Anísio.

In 2002, he made for the first time a novel by Antônio Calmon, O Beijo do Vampiro (2002), as the hilarious Bartô, pairing with Betty Gofman (Amélie) and starring for the first time with his uncle Luis Gustavo (Galileu), both playing father and son in the plot. Soon, in 2004, she made the miniseries Um Só Coração (2004), as Paulo Prado, and the novel Como uma Onda (2004), as the womanizer Pedroca do Espírito Santo, and in 2006, in double dose for the second time, (2006), as Júlio Soares in Páginas da Vida (2006), as Leandro, son of Tide (Tarcísio Meira) and Lalinha (Glória Menezes).

In 2008, in double dose for the third time, it makes the miniseries Queridos Amigos (2008), like Fernando, and Três Irmãs (2008), like Orlando, making pair with Beth Goulart (Leonora). He then remakes Ti Ti Ti (2010) as Breno Rodrigues, and then made O Astro (2011), as the unscrupulous Amin Hayalla, married to Jamile (Carolina Kasting), but who has an affair with lover Sílvia (Bel Kutner).

In 2012, has been in Cheias de Charme, as the villain Dr. Sarmento. In 2013, he was in Sangue Bom as Franklin Cardoso.

In 2017, he played Pedro Malan in the film Real: O Plano por Trás da História.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Television[edit | edit source]

Year Title Role
1985 Ti Ti Ti Alexandre Moraes (Alex)
1986 Sinhá Moça José Coutinho
1987 Brega & Chique Maurício Carvalho Lontra
1988 Fera Radical Paulo Paxá da Silva (Paxá)
1989 Que Rei Sou Eu? Lucien Élan (Pichot/Rei Petrus II)
1990 Mico Preto Adolfo Menezes Garcia
1992 Perigosas Peruas Paulo Pereira (Paulinho Pamonha)
1993 O Mapa da Mina Raul Gouveia
1994 Você Decide 9 episodes
Quatro por Quatro Alcebíades Augusto Fontes (Alce)
1996 O Fim do Mundo Valdison Ramalho (Vadeco)
Sai de Baixo Delegado Lopes (Eps: "Ribatur Turismo")
1997 O Amor Está no Ar Filipe Schnaider
Malhação Eduardo Kleber Siqueira
1998 Pecado Capital Valdir Cabral Soares
1999 Terra Nostra Fabrício Penna (Dr. Penna)
2000 Uga-Uga Anísio Karabastos
2001 Brava Gente Aureliano (Eps: "A Sonata")
Malhação Renato Ferreira
2002 O Beijo do Vampiro Bartolomeu Van Burgo (Bartô)
2003 Sítio do Picapau Amarelo Bacamarte (Eps: "O Sumiço de Emília")
2004 Um Só Coração Paulo da Silva Prado (Paulo Prado)
A Diarista Fúlvio (Eps: "Quem Vai Ficar com Marinete")
Como uma Onda Pedro do Espírito Santo (Pedroca)
2005 A Diarista Advogado de Figueirinha (Eps: "Aquele da Cafeína")
2006 JK Júlio Soares
Páginas da Vida Leandro Fragoso Martins de Andrade
2007 Amazônia, de Galvez a Chico Mendes Brito Rezende
Toma Lá, Dá Cá Mestre Shonganashana (Eps: "O Homem que Veio Arrochar")
2008 Queridos Amigos Fernando da Silva Prestes
Casos e Acasos Saulo Barbosa
Vicente Santini
Três Irmãs Orlando Malatesta
2010 Ti Ti Ti Breno Rodrigues
2011 O Astro Amin Hayalla
2012 Cheias de Charme Ernani Sarmento
2013 Sangue Bom Franklin Cardoso (Cardoso)
2014 Império Severo Aguiar da Silva
2016 A Lei do Amor Olavo Maciel
2017 Os Trapalhões Chef do Didico
2018 Orgulho e Paixão Felisberto

Film[edit | edit source]

Personal life[edit | edit source]

He is married to the designer Mariana da Silva Telles, and father of Pedro Gabus Mendes and Luisa Gabus Mendes.[2]

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