aka Maria Isabel Abreu Correia Pereira
- Age: 40 years young
- Born: Friday 3rd of March 1978
- Birthplace: Arronches, Portalegre district, Portugal
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Profession: Actress
- Hair color: Brown
- Eye color: Hazel
- Height: 5'8" (or 172 cm)
- Weight: 128 lbs (or 58 kg)
- Body type: Slim
- Boobs: Real/Natural
- Tattoos: No tattoos.
- Piercings: No piercings.
About Isabel Abreu
Maria Isabel Abreu Correia Pereira, known only as Isabel Abreu, is a Portuguese actress who was born in Arronches, Portalegre district, Portugal, on March 3rd, 1978.
She is the daughter of Carlos Pereira and Maria Isabel Marouço Ponte de Abreu, both doctors, and sister of Carlos António Abreu Correia Pereira. Isabel is married, since 2001, with the Portuguese film director Tiago Guedes, who both have two children: a boy, named Tiago Abreu Guedes de Carvalho, and a girl, named Maria Pereira Guedes de Carvalho.
She was the author of the staging and presentation of the play "O Crime de Arronches" in the village of Arronches.
In 2010, Isabel participated in the play "Blackbird", by David Harrower, staged by Tiago Guedes at the Teatro Nacional São João (TNSJ), in the portuguese town of Oporto.
At the 2011 Authors Award Gala, the Portuguese Society of Authors and RTP, she was nominated and voted for the Best Actress award. Then, she won and received the same award.
"O Coro dos Amantes" is a short film by Tiago Guedes, performed by Isabel Abreu and Gonçalo Waddington, which premiered in October 2015.
Isabel Abreu participated in the play "Três Dedos Abaixo do Joelho", by Tiago Rodrigues, where she collaborated again with Gonçalo Waddington.
In 2016/2017, she interpreted the role of the villain "Narcisa Severo" in the Portuguese telenovela "Rainha das Flores", previously broadcast on SIC.
In 2017, Isabel was named to the Portuguese Golden Globes in the category of Best Actress of theatre, and she won that prize at the same gala of the Portuguese Golden Globes, for her role in "Um Diário de Preces", built from a text of Flannery O'Connor, staged by Miguel Loureiro, and where she interpreted texts of the American writer through conversations with God, in an attempt to understand the world.
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