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Net Worth:
$10 Million
Dec 15, 1963 (60 years old)
Rio de Janeiro
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Cristiana Oliveira is a Brazilian actress who has a net worth of $10 million. Cristiana Oliveira was born December 15,1963 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Oliveira tested for the telenovela Kananga do Japão for Dora, the leading role, but with the withdrawal of actress Bia Seidl, cast as Hannah, a Jewess, Cristiana Oliveira was put in her place. In 1989, she began filming Pantanal for Rede Manchete, in the role of Juma, a part which was initially slated for the actress Glória Pires. Cristiana offered to do it, as she had fallen in love with the character when reading the synopsis. The novel was a big hit, knocking the socks off the audiences of TV Globo and becoming a landmark in Brazilian soap operas. Her work won awards in Brazil and abroad; it was one of her most recognized roles.

In 1992, Oliveira was hired by TV Globo to be the protagonist of the miniseries Agosto. In February of that same year, she posed nude for the Brazilian edition of Playboy magazine, one of the few occasions where the photo shoot was presented in a special insert. In 1994, she took part in the miniseries Memorial de Maria Moura then starred in the soap opera Quatro por Quatro, alongside actresses, Letícia Spiller, Elizabeth Savalla and Betty Lago. In 2001, she participated in the first episode of the soap opera Porto dos Milagres. The following year was the second phase of the novel O Clone, in which she was disguised as the villain Alicinha. In 2011, Oliveira was cast in Insensato Coração as a lesbian and convict drug dealer named Araci Laranjeira. Oliveira had to gain weight 15 pounds to play that role and suffered criticism from the media and public.

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