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Bibi Ferreira (Abigail Izquierdo Ferreira) was born on 10 June, 1922 in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is an Actress, Soundtrack, Director. Discover Bibi Ferreira's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of Bibi Ferreira networth?
|Popular As||Abigail Izquierdo Ferreira|
|Age||97 years old|
|Born||10 June 1922|
|Birthplace||Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Date of death||13 February, 2019|
|Died Place||Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
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Bibi Ferreira Height, Weight & Measurements
At 97 years old, Bibi Ferreira height is 5' 2" (1.57 m) .
|Height||5' 2" (1.57 m)|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Not Available|
|Hair Color||Not Available|
Who Is Bibi Ferreira's Husband?
Her husband is Paulo Pontes (1968 - 27 December 1976) ( his death), Paulo Porto (1966 - 1967) ( divorced), Edson França (1963 - 1965) ( divorced), Herval Rossano (1956 - 1958) ( divorced), Armando Magno (1954 - 1955) ( divorced) ( 1 child), Carlos Martins Lage (29 September 1943 - 1953) ( divorced)
|Husband||Paulo Pontes (1968 - 27 December 1976) ( his death), Paulo Porto (1966 - 1967) ( divorced), Edson França (1963 - 1965) ( divorced), Herval Rossano (1956 - 1958) ( divorced), Armando Magno (1954 - 1955) ( divorced) ( 1 child), Carlos Martins Lage (29 September 1943 - 1953) ( divorced)|
Bibi Ferreira Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Bibi Ferreira worth at the age of 97 years old? Bibi Ferreira’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Brazil. We have estimated Bibi Ferreira's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Actress|
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In 2012 she recorded the album Bibi Ferreira-Natal em família (Bibi Ferreira-Christmas in Family), a collection of popular Christmas songs.
In 2011, she recorded the album Bibi Ferreira Brasileira - uma suíte amorosa, in which she sang Brazilian popular music classics.
In 2010, she performed in De Pixinguinha a Noel, passando por Gardel (From Pixinguinha to Noel going through Gardel). She was featured alongside the renowned tango orchestra El Arranque at sold-out performances in Buenos Aires, São Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro. According to the Argentinean newspaper La Nación, Bibi "left the city teaching us how to sing the tango. " She recorded the album Bibi Ferreira and Miguel Proença Tangos, containing the most treasured tangos from her childhood memories.
Bibi Canta e Conta Piaf was recorded at Teatro Maison de France in Rio de Janeiro in 2004 and released on DVD. Renowned French photographer Hughes Vassal, who captured Piaf's final years, heard Bibi perform and declared she was "the only artist capable of reliving the dramatic emotions of Edith Piaf.
Bibi was the subject at Rio de Janeiro Carnival in 2003. She was honored by one of the samba schools, Unidos da Viradouro, where Brazilian artists paraded in her honor.
In 2001, at her 60th career anniversary celebration, Bibi performed Bibi Vive Amália (Bibi Lives Amália), singing the Portuguese fadista's greatest works. The production was an absolute triumph among critics and audiences alike in Brazil and Portugal.
"During the 1990s, Bibi maintained a busy schedule of performances, singing such orchestral concerts as Bibi in Concert and Bibi in Concert II-Entertainer throughout Brazil and Europe. She was a highly praised director of concerts, operas, and plays. Many acclaimed Brazilian names performed under her direction, such as Maria Bethânia, Elizeth Cardoso, Clara Nunes, and Roberta Miranda. During a performances of Piaf-Uma Estrela da Canção, the Portuguese fado legend Amália Rodrigues saw Bibi and asked if she would portray Amália on stage.
Her success in performing this work for more than 30 years all over the world has earned her the French government's highest artistic accolade, the Orde des Arts et des Lettres, twice (in 1985 and 2009).
Another hallmark was 1983's Piaf-A Vida de uma Estrela da Canção (based on Piaf, written by British playwright Pam Gems), in which Bibi interpreted and sang Edith Piaf's famous repertoire. She performed Bibi Canta e Conta Piaf (Bibi Sings and Tells Piaf) in her shows.
Bibi was featured in the first live satellite transmission to Brazil, a television broadcast of the 1972 Academy Awards.
Bibi Histórias e Canções (Bibi, Stories and Songs), was a celebration of her 72- year career and 90th birthday celebration, where she sang and shared stories highlighting her life and career.
In the 1960s and 1970s Bibi hosted several television shows, such as Brasil 60, Brasil 61, Bibi ao Vivo, Bibi Especial, Brasil 78, and Brasil 79, just to name a few. She was boldly innovative and helped in shaping the format of studio audience shows. She hosted the television show Curso de Alfabetização para Adultos (Literacy Course for Adults), which taught more than 30,000 people in Brazil. For this she was awarded "Best Communicator" at Tokyo's International Culture Festival.
During the 1960s, Bibi brought Broadway's biggest musicals to Brazil including My Fair Lady, Hello, Dolly!, and Man of La Mancha.
During the 1950s she took her company to Portugal and performed throughout the country for five years.
She was actress/manager at Rio de Janeiro's huge Phoenix Theatre in a season of Brazilian, foreign, classical and modern plays when the people making Derek N. Twist's The End of the River (1947) came to town and decided she would be perfect for the female lead role (Teresa).
Actress, singer, director, producer, musician and writer, Bibi Ferreira was considered the Grand Dame of Brazilian stage. She sang, acted, directed and produced during her 72 year career. Born Abigail Izquierdo Ferreira on June 1, 1922, in Rio de Janeiro, her father was actor Procópio Ferreira and her mother was Spanish ballerina Aída Izquierdo. Bibi was first seen on stage at just 24 days old, replacing a doll in the play Manhãs de Sol (Sunny Mornings) by Oduvaldo Viana. As a young child Bibi traveled with her mother throughout Latin America as part of the Companhia Velasco troupe of Spanish revues. At age three she was already singing and dancing on stage, becoming known as "la niña de Velasco". Her professional stage debut was at age 18 in the Italian play La Locandiera by Carlo Goldoni. Five years later she started her own theater company, Companhia de Comédias Bibi Ferreira.