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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (December 2007) This article may be in need of reorganization to comply with Wikipedia's layout guidelines. Please help by editing the article to make improvements to the overall structure. (December 2007) Ricardo Artur de Araújo Pereira is a Portuguese comedian, member of Gato Fedorento (Smelly Cat).[1] He was born in Lisbon, 28 April 1974, his father is a TAP aeroplane pilot and his mother an aeroplane hostess. He has a degree in Social Communication that he obtained while studying in Universidade Católica Portuguesa. He has also worked as a journalist for the Jornal de Letras, Artes e Ideias. He is a writer for Produções Fictícias, and was one of the writers of Herman 98, Herman 99 and Herman Difusao Portuguesa hosted by known Portuguese comedian Herman José, he also co-wrote Maria Rueff's show O Programa da Maria (2001), Felizes para Sempre (Expresso), As Crónicas de José Estebes no Diário de Notícias, among many others. In 2003 he made his first appearance in television acting in the series O Perfeito Anormal (The Perfect Freak) along with fellow Gato Fedorento member Zé Diogo Quintela. These series were broadcast on SIC Radical, a television channel aimed at the younger people. These series were very low budget and were seen as the boost that these comedians needed into television. In the same year, he started the Gato Fedorento project, a comedy project with great impact on Portuguese television, along with Zé Diogo Quintela, Miguel Góis and Tiago Dores. They started a row of series in a program with name Gato Fedorento, Série Fonseca, Série Meireles and Série Barbosa (note that the series' names are usual Portuguese surnames and every character in the series had the same surname as the series' name) on SIC Radical. Since they moved twice: in 2006, to RTP1, with Gato Fedorento, Série Lopes da Silva and, later, with Diz Que é Uma Espécie De Magazine; and in 2008, to SIC with Gato Fedorento:Zé Carlos and, later, Gato Fedorento Esmiúça os Sufrágios (a daily, 25 minutes long, show that aired between September 14 and October 23 of 2009). Pereira also has an internet blog with fellow Gato Fedorento members. He has the skill of impersonating sports and politics personalities as well as Portuguese regional stereotypes. These skills are used in the television series as well as in advertising campaigns in television. He is also a columnist in Visão and A Bola, one of the most recognised sports newspaper in Portugal. Ricardo was voted 76th Greatest Portuguese of all time in a Poll conducted by RTP (Rádio Televisão Portuguesa) for its Show "Grandes Portugueses", based on a similar show, "100 Greatest Britons", aired on BBC. He is married with radio producer Maria José Areias, with whom he has two daughters: Rita and Maria Inês. He is also a very dedicated Sport Lisboa e Benfica fan. References ^ "Ricardo Araújo Pereira no CCC" (in Portuguese). Jornal das Caldas. Caldas da Rainha. 9 December 2009. Retrieved 9 September 2010.  Persondata Name Pereira, Ricardo Araujo Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1976 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This Portugal biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a comedian or humorist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e