The Portuguese actress Natália de Sousa died
He was 73 years old and, in addition to the magazine theater, stood out for his participation in the “O Tal Canal”.
The 73-year-old Portuguese actress Natália de Sousa died. The information was released this Wednesday, January 13, by one of the daughters, Cristina Flores, and the cause of death was not disclosed. He would celebrate his 74th birthday on January 25th.
The actress was one of the artists who founded the Ádóque Theater in September 1974 after the revolution. On television he distinguished himself mainly through his regular participation in the “O Tal Canal” in 1983 and 1984, together with Herman José, Lídia Franco, Helena Isabel, Margarida Carpinteiro and Vítor de Sousa.
In addition to the magazine theater, Natália de Sousa also took part in television programs such as “As Aventuras do Camilo”, “Não Não Duas sem Três”, “Ricardina e Marta”, “Circo das Celebridades” and “Air Lino Excursions”.