The recordings of A Vida da Gente (2011) served as a balm for Rafael Cardoso to overcome difficulties in a delicate moment both personally and professionally. Interpreter of Rodrigo, the actor confesses that he counted on the help of the castmates and also with a little luck to overcome the whirlwind of changes that was waiting for him: “Mand helped to set the feet on the ground “.
“He was my first protagonist and it was a time when I was anxious and insecure. But I always believed that if something happens it is because it has to be. It was a great responsibility and a moment of great learning. I am grateful for all the experiences that this work gave me “, evaluates the heartthrob in a statement sent by Globo to the press.
The artist had left his family and friends in Porto Alegre behind to start a career in the capital of Rio de Janeiro. After some minor roles in O Profeta (2007) and Ti Ti Ti (2010), he finally got the opportunity he was looking for in the six o’clock soap that will air again next Monday (1st).
Lícia Manzo’s booklet made Rafael appease the distance of loved ones a little, as the team embarked on a trip to Serra Gaúcha to record the first images in the cities of Gramado and Canela.
“It was very good at this moment of change to be able to be home again and live with several actors from Rio Grande do Sul, among them friends I studied and who were supporting cast for the soap opera. I was homesick, insecure and in need of their support. It was very synchronous “, he recalls.
He points out that Marjorie Estiano and Fernanda Vasconcellos were also fundamental throughout the process. “They welcomed me and gave me all the comfort so that we could work. I won two sisters. As much as time and work have taken us apart, we keep a giant affection for each other”, explains Mariana Bridi’s husband.
Rafael recognizes that the plot left a big mark in his life. “A lot of this work I carry with me until today. It was a pleasant period and a lot of learning. And so it has been. Vida da Gente has helped me to get my feet on the ground”, concludes the interpreter.
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