Borges de BARROS

Birth name: Fileto Borges de Barros
Date of birth: 1920-03-27
Hometown: Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil (birthplace) & São Paulo, SP, Brazil (residence)
Chronology:
(1945) Joins Rádio Cultura as a radio actor
(1949) Starts dubbing at Vera Cruz Studios dubbing national films
(1950) to (1952) Joins Rádio Excelsior
(1952) Hired by Rádio Nacional
(1953) Suffers a serious car accident, which he survived
(1957) and (1958) In two consecutive years wins two trophies Roquette Pinto
(1957) Starts dubbing foreign films for TV on Ibrasom
(1957-12-28) He became the 2nd secretary of the Association of Broadcasters of the State of São Paulo
(1958) Also works at Rádio Clube de Santos
(1958) Wins the award for best radio actor at Rádio Nacional de São Paulo
(1958-06-23) His first daughter is born, named Barbara Virgínia
(1959) Passed to the advisory board of the Association of Broadcasters of the State of São Paulo
(1962) Won the Bandeirante Trophy for best comedy team
(1963) Hired by Tv Excelsior
(1965) Contracted by TV Record
(1979) Goes to Rede Globo
(1981) Goes to Rede Bandeirantes
(1982) Goes to TVS, future SBT
(1993) Wins the Applause Trophy for best voice actor of the year
(2004-07-24) In celebration of the release of the DVDs of the series Lost in Space, Borges de Barros participated in a meeting of the voice actors of the series, where he received an award from Fox Ho
(2007-12-12) He suffered a cardiac arrest while undergoing a hemodialysis session, and died
Date of death: 2007-12-12
Website:
Casa da Dublagem (Portuguese)
Entrevista (Video) (Portuguese)
Non-anime roles:
Jonathan Harris (Dr. Zachary Smith) In "Lost in Space" (Perdidos no Espaço) (Portuguese)
Moe Howard in "The Three Stooges" (Os Três Patetas) (Portuguese)
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Cast in:
(Portuguese version)
(The) Adventures of the Little Prince (TV) as Pai de Marla (ep 5)
Akira (movie) as Sr. Nezu (Locomotion dub)
Bionic Six (U.S. TV) as Dr. Escaravelho (2nd voice)
Blood+ (TV)
Bucky - The Incredible Kid (TV)
Cinderella Boy (TV) as Song Taijin
Crystal Triangle (OAV) as Velho de Hakone
Doraemon (TV 2/1979)
Dragon Ball (TV); Rei Pião (Daiou Nikochan; new dub); Rei Pilaf (old dub)
Dragon Ball Z (TV)
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (movie 13) as Hoi
Entaku no Kishi Monogatari: Moero Arthur (TV) as Merlin; Rei Philip
Fairy Princess Minky Momo: La ronde in my dream (OAV)
Kaiketsu Zorro (TV) as Carlos Prideaux (Brazil-Rede Record dub)
Lensman (movie) as Worsel
Little Lulu (TV) as Seu Jorge (pai da Lulu)
(The) Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon (movie) as Deus do Fogo (old dub); Papai Rato (old dub)
Love Hina (TV) as Velho Conselheiro #3
Madō King Granzort (TV) as Agramant
Manga Aesop Monogatari (TV) as Gato
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (TV)
Oraa Guzura Dado (TV 1/1967) as Sr. Zuketa
Rurouni Kenshin (TV)
Saint Seiya (TV); Gigars
Samurai Shodown: The Motion Picture (special) as Earthquake
Shuten Doji (OAV) as Monge (ep 1)
Street Fighter II V (TV) as Yo Senkai
Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie as Cientist
Those Who Hunt Elves 2 (TV)
Trinity Blood (TV) as Mimal (eps 15-16)
Urotsukidōji: Legend of the Overfiend (OAV)
(The) White Snake (movie) as Fa-Hai
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