More and more Brazilian actors are choosing Portugal to live. In addition to new professional opportunities, they are looking for a safer lifestyle. Monique Alfradique, 35, went on an adventure and is a new addition to the cast of the soap opera ‘Festa é Festa’ (TVI). The actress and presenter will play the role of Júlia, a 30-year-old Brazilian teacher of Latin dances, who comes from Brazil to Portugal to learn about her life story. Its beauty and sensuality will stir the soap opera and promise to warm up Portuguese screens.
Monique is scheduled for 13 episodes of the plot and has already started shooting, but her scenes are only due to go towards or at the end of the year. “What an honor to participate in this soap opera that is a success in Portugal. Very happy”, he shared through his account on the social network Instagram. During his stay in Portugal, an artist has taken the opportunity to visit some of the main tourist attractions and is showing himself surrendered to the beauty of the country. In addition to the capital, he has already visited an area of Porto in the company of some friends.
Bárbara França, 28, also decided to spread her beauty and talent in Portugal. After being featured in several Brazilian television productions such as ‘Malhação’ and ‘Tempo de Amar’, he moved to Portugal where he is recording the new RTP1 series ‘Da Mood’.
In this new professional challenge, she plays the role of a Brazilian, graduated in Art History, who came to Lisbon for a vacation. He falls in love with the city and stays. Fiction can cross with reality, since this new project is the realization of a personal dream for Bárbara França, who moved to Portugal with the aim of embracing new projects and has already confessed her desire to record a soap opera. Barbara traveled to our country in the company of her wife, Tina Fernandes, who is her main pillar. They have taken advantage of their stay in Portugal to date and get to know the main attractions. Despite the homesickness, she presents herself surrendered to the Portuguese culture, which has already conquered the hearts of both.