Nanda Costa: Everyone has the Right to be Free to Love Whoever They Want

Brazilian actress Nanda Costa gives importance to each person who helped her to become a great actress and an inspiring woman off-screen.  She recalls, citing name by name, the courage of her mother, Patricia, when she continued with her pregnancy at age 16, of her grandmother, Maria Ines, ahead of her time, who ran the family business, the support in the most difficult moments she received from her grandfather, Jose, and from her friend, Marilia, who gave her, together with her parents, a home while still trying to pursue an acting career in São Paulo after the death of her aunt, Paula, with who lived since leaving Paraty, in Rio de Janeiro.

 

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The social isolation she achieved in much of 2020 further reinforced this essential role that the other has in her life. Enjoying more than one of her conquests, Erica, her love, Nanda was forced last year to pause the recordings of the 9 o’clock soap opera to protect herself and the other from the chaos caused by the coronavirus. “It was the most difficult year of my life and I believe it was everyone’s. We saw the importance of the other and understood that he alone does not achieve anything ”, she said.

Brazilian actress. She is most known for playing the lead role, Morena, in the telenovela Salve Jorge.

Costa was born September 24, 1986 in Paraty, Rio de Janeiro state, She has Lebanese ancestry through her maternal grandmother. In interviews, she has stated that she is bisexual and has known since she was a teenager. Discreet in her personal life, she is rarely seen in the press. Nanda Costa discussed her 5-year relationship with Lan Lahn in an interview. Together they wrote a song titled ‘Aponte,’ which was recorded by the singer Maria Bethania in 2017. More recently Costa and Lanh wrote a song titled ‘Nao e Comum, mas e normal’ that could be translated as ‘It’s not usual but it’s normal,’ about LGBTQ representation.

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