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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. (April 2011) Maurício Mattar (born April 3, 1964, in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian actor[1] of Lebanese descent. He was married to popular singer Elba Ramalho, with whom has a son, Luã, born in 1987. He was also married to Flávia Gracie, mother of his daughter Rayra, born in 1990. He has also been seen in the company of TV personality Angélica, actresses Débora Secco and Paola Oliveira. Mauricio Mattar participated of the film Blond False directed by Carlos Reichenbach. He is also a singer, having recorded some records and sung on the weekly television program "Domingão do Faustão" on the Rede Globo Brazilian network. Maurício Mattar is the nephew of the great pianista Pedro Mattar. Career in the cinema False Blond - in final phase 1990 - The Cat of Extraterrestre Boots 1989 - Kuarup 1987 - Johnny Love 1986 - Said cinema (documentary) In the television 2008 - Casos e Acasos - Diego > Protagonist 2006/2007 - O Profeta - Henrique 2005 - A Lua me Disse - Lúcio 2003/2004 - Agora é que são elas - Pedro > Protagonist 2001/2002 - A Padroeira - Dom Fernão de Avelar > Protagonist 1999 - Louca Paixão - André > Protagonist 1994 - A Viagem - Téo (Teodoro Dias) > Protagonist 1993/1994 - O Mapa da Mina - Bakur Shariff > Protagonist 1992/1993 - Pedra sobre Pedra Leonardo >"Protagonist' 1990 - Lua Cheia de Amor - Augusto 1990 - Rainha da Sucata - Rafael 1989 - O Salvador da Pátria - Sérgio 1987 - Bambolê - Murilo 1986 - Cambalacho - Porthos 1985/1986 - Roque Santeiro - João Ligeiro References ^ Irazábal, Clara (2005-06-30). City making and urban governance in the Americas: Curitiba and Portland. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.. pp. 210–. ISBN 9780754642534. http://books.google.com/books?id=Mrtnc1PNVUEC&pg=PA210. Retrieved 25 April 2011.  Persondata Name Mattar, Mauricio Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 3, 1964 Place of birth Date of death Place of death