Legendary Brazilian Humorist Jô Soares’s Cause of Death
We received the most devastating news on August 5, 2022, about a Brazilian comedian, talk show host, author, and musician who passed away. Jô Soares’s cause of death is still unrevealed. May he rest in peace.
He was born on January 16, 1938, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He got educated in two countries, Switzerland and United States, and after that Soares decided to return to Rio in 1958. His full name was José Eugénio Soares.
It was in the late 1950s when he started his career by acting in film and television, as a screenwriter and actor, notably at the Grande Teatro da TV-Tupi that led to achieving greater success.
Almost ten years after that, he arrived at TV Globo with the program “Do Humor Don’t Make War”, which he wrote and interpreted. “Viva o Gordo” was the main event that he rose to fame and became famous.
In “Viva o Gordo“, Jô Soares built some of the most popular characters of his career, such as Captain Gay, the superhero who beat himself by the weak and oppressed, and Reizinho, the tiny monarch, ridiculous, to arms with problems common to those of his country.
His legendary talent and unique personality led to beating prejudices and assuming global humor, from a reality subject to censorship. In that program, he had an archive page that bravely mocked “the politics and customs” of a monitored country.
The program called “Viva o Gordo” premiered in 1981, celebrated cues such as “Shut up, Baptista!” and “Bótimo, better than good, better than great!”, from the bereaved brother Carmelo, pronounced in a Brazil still under military dictatorship.
Soares became well-known after this show. His talent was discovered after participating in this program
Brazil without Jô Soares is a Brazil in black and white. No joy, no strength, no good humor… the comedy in the country is one before and another after. For all that was done by Jo and for all those he cast into the world because of his generosity.”
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What is Behind Jô Soares’s Cause of Death?
It has been reported that since July 28 Jô Soares had been hospitalized at the Syrian Lebanese Hospital in São Paulo. The information was confirmed on social networks by the ex-wife of Jô Flavia Pedras Soares, who was married to him for 15 years.
There is no specific information about Jô Soares’s cause of death and the reason behind that is not revealed. According to Flavia, the farewell will be reserved for friends and family. The burial and wake site has not been released yet.
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He played in Patrick Hamilton’s play “Gaslight” which was his last project in his career and life. Due to COVID-19 in these past years and the pandemic, “Gaslight” has been put off twice since 2020.
On July 30 and about six days before his death, Jô Soares wrote on his official website, on the social network Twitter: “Everything passes. It’s just that sometimes you run like a tractor over you.”
On social media, messages of condolences were sent to Jô Soares’s family and loved ones. His friends shared their sadness through their Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter pages. May he rest in peace.
“Very sad news that the brilliant Brazilian comedian, writer, talk show host, musician, and all-around entertainer and good guy, Jo Soares, has died in São Paulo. He was one of the most recognizable faces in Brazil and his wit and thoughtful views will be greatly missed.” Brazil: The Guide tweeted.
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